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Live from NPR News. In Washington , I’m Korva Coleman President is scheduled to visit House Republicans later this morning on Capitol Hill . He’s coming to rally them to pass a tax overhaul bill that the GOP backs Democrats don’t like it . Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal says Democrats are especially outraged over one of the bill’s provisions that would overturn part of the Affordable Care Act to pay for the tax cuts .
13 million people will lose their Health Insurance. Based upon what Republicans are doing in the United States Senate . They’re gonna lose their health care to pay for a tax cut for people at the very top .
In the Senate. Wisconsin Republican Ron Johnson says he does not support the bill . He says it does not provide tax relief fairly to all corporations GOP leaders can’t lose many Republican votes in the Senate , or the bill will fail top Republicans are wrestling with ways to get Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to leave the race . 3 more women have accused him of unwanted advances the candidate continues to deny the allegations , and now he is making demands Cheryl Wheeler steward of member station W B HM has more .
Beverly Nelson Young used to cite you book is evidence to back up her claim that Rowan Moore was a regular customer at the gas and Alabama restaurant where she worked as a team that’s when she says he sexually assaulted her Moore’s law , you feel jar Ricky says the signature maybe fake and he’s demanding that you will be turned over and the signature analyzed.
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Campaign officials say it’s possible Nelson young the signature from paperwork from her divorce in the 1990s. One moment was the Presiding Judge put NPR News , I’m Cheryl Wheeler Stewart in Birmingham .
At least 16 people have died after a catastrophic Flash flood outside Athens Greece Joanna could kisses reports that Greek rescue workers are searching for another 5 people who are believed to be trapped under mud and debris in their homes.
Chilled rivers of red muddy water submerging a national highway the current swept away cars and buses men in rain ponchos in grandmothers in tightly wrapped scarves Clinton Bush’s inside the city of manga west of Athens the raging water submerged homes and slammed cars into them , one woman told a TV station that her family sought shelter on the roof of her apartment building.
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My babies and one upstairs. She said everything in our home is gone . Greece’s observing a National Day of mourning as rescue crews continue to search for the missing for NPR News and Joanna Caucasus .
On Wall Street the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 136 points , the Nasdaq is up 54 points you’re listening to NPR authorities in Northern California say the gunman who shot 5 people to death this week before being killed by to hammer County sheriff’s deputies also built his own weapons to him a County sheriff’s officials say the shooter was not legally allowed to have weapons. They say he made his own and used those to attack people at least 10 other people were wounded in the shootings , including one child who was shot in the chest . The 20-17 National Book Awards were announced last night in New York City as NPR’s Rose Friedman reports there were some surprises and some familiar faces .
Jason Ward was the big winner of the night , she took on the fiction prize for her novel saying un buried saying it’s the second time she’s won this award. The first was for salvage the bones in 2011 friend Bedard won the award for poetry and Robin then we won for young people’s literature in the nonfiction category . The award went to Journalist Masha guests and for her book , the future is history . Her totalitarianism reclaimed Russia as you pointed out , it’s a topic that’s recently found its way into the new .
I never thought that a Russia book actually along the center shortlisted for the National Book Award. But of course , things have changed those people .
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Officials from southern African countries are meeting today to discuss the ongoing political crisis in Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe remains confined to his home by the military but Zimbabwe in military officials still refused to call the action a coup. There are reports that negotiations are under way for Mugabe’s exit 2 envoys from South Africa are reportedly involved in the talks . This is NPR .
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Oh and welcomes news at the BBC World Service. We’re coming to you live from London I’m James Menendez coming up on the program later Cambodia’s main opposition party on the Supreme Court’s decision to dissolve , it also who was prepared to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on a painting with a checkered past and how an isolated Amish community in America’s rural Midwest has given researchers an insight into the aging process . But I mean story today is Zimbabwe and the fate of Robert Mugabe as Leader for the past 37 years after the Army stepped in . On Wednesday , placing Mr. Mugabe and his family under house arrest have been all sorts of backroom negotiations over his future in the past hour , it’s emerged that Mr. Mugabe has been meeting officials from the Southern African Development Community or SADC the main regional grouping meanwhile Zimbabweans wait for news this independence hero who also brought the country to its knees about to leave the scene . The BBC’s Matthew Price has been speaking to people in the capital Harare , to try to gauge the mood .
India down that’s a Venice and another then I said that we are going to have a good life. Now that’s what we can look forward to Christmas because of what has happened the religion , the religion and which in Brighton . I want to thank this general free moving this tyrant who was ruling the country as if it belonged to his family .
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We’re expecting the situation to degenerate but not is rapidly as it happened so well are still in a panic mode in trying to figure out how this is going to play out in the next few days.
I spoke to Glenys stronger cheery in Harare. She works for an institute that tries to encourage young women to get involved in politics and democracy in Zimbabwe and she’s worried .
The capital is currently group of the with with fear that is very unusual from the normal business that happens in that I very very minimal traffic very minimal people they sort of like an understanding and then acknowledgment that what has happened , he needed to happen because the way if in which things we continuously unfolding in the country was very disturbing. But it’s , it’s being taken with mixed feelings . Does that mean people are .