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Live from NPR news on Shea Stephens released in Louisville, Kentucky say two officers up in shot amid protests over the results of the Brianna Taylor investigation just Clark of member station wfpl reports that a suspect is in custody decision to charge one of three officers after an investigation into the death of Brianna Taylor interim police. Chief. Robert Schroeder says two officers were struck while they were responding to reports of shots fired in a large crowd and it is very serious is a very dangerous condition. Both officers are stable and in the hospital one is undergoing surgery. Most protesters have been nonviolent chanting and marching through the streets, please speak and blocking off Marchers and making arrests before the 9 p.m. Curfew for NPR news. I'm just Clark in Louisville.

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I hate after she was threatened at a recent black lives matter protest and Paris. They've missed it has two tails go to Daniel Walker of Morgantown says that protest earlier this month. She was called racial slurs and met by armed white supremacist who are protesting events in support of black lives since then Walker said she has begun to wear body armor and it's private security with her when she leaves her home. She's one of only four people of color in West Virginia's 100-member House of delegates in her letter Walker also called out 17 Republicans in the West Virginia Senate who have not denounce attacks on peaceful protest protected under the First Amendment but have instead taking issue with stickers on West Virginia University football helmets that shows support a black lives a spokesman for governor. Justice did not immediately offered comment on the matter Dave Mystic NPR news.

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Israel congregation opening ceremony at the Supreme Court on relate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Chief Justice. John Roberts says there are many words. He has to describe ginsburg's Legacy a winner but also thoughtful careful compassionate honest hundreds of people pay their Respect by filing past the Supreme Court building we're ginsburg's casket for lying in Repose through Thursday and then be moved to the US cast the US Capitol Ginsburg died last Friday at the age of 87 President Trump is refusing to commit to leaving office if he loses the November election count so depressed breathing. We'll see what happens your tallest Senator Mitt Romney later tweeted that any suggestion that a president might not respect the Constitutional guarantee of a feast

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President Trump is dismissing the FDA stiffer guidelines for ensuring the safety of a coronavirus vaccine Trump says he trusts the companies working on a treatment and doesn't see any reason to delay releasing a vaccine for emergency. Use if the drug is reported to be effective. The discovery of more pilot whales stranded in Australia is setting off alarms authorities are racing against time to save the ones they can what number is approaching 500 NPR's Julie McCarthy reports that it is thought to be the largest mass stranding in the country ever Australian authorities had already been working to rescue 270. Whales found Monday stranded on a beach and sandbars off the coast of the Island state of Tasmania, according to tasmania's Park and Wildlife service another 200 have been spotted from the air 6 miles to the South and most of them appeared to be dead about 50 of the pilot whales were rescued highly social mammals that can reach up to 20 feet in length.

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Pilot whales in particular are known for stranding in groups. It's not fully understood why these whales became stranded researchers say it's possible that won leading whale could have mistakenly live the whole group assure local media report that hundreds of carcasses are now scattered along the coast Julie McCarthy NPR news most recent stumbled Wednesday led by declines and Technology shares the NASDAQ fell 3% The Dow Jones Industrials lost 1.9% of all the S&P 500 was down 2% in after-hours trading. It was Futures are mixed. I'm Shea Stephens listen to NPR news support.
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