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Pentagon spends more than a billion dollars a year. Cleaning up waste from its military operations all over the US , but they’re very waste could be a threat to public health . Here’s ProPublica senior reporter .
Ramos must tighten there’s an entire process of storing dumping breaking down disposing of and in many cases actually burning all those weapons and weapons materials and that that’s the 3rd real major source of toxic pollution.
We’ve also have 2 months to go before the primaries will get the latest in state politics with WB easy Chicago’s Dave McKinney , but first we were visitor conversation with Dr. Aaron Carroll who says that fad diets , you probably won’t work.
In the long run all diets work about the same. You wind up losing some amount of weight in the short term , we feel great about it then it starts to slow down and over the long run . Most people gain the weight back , sometimes gain even more .
That’s all coming up this hour in the 21st. Stay tuned . The latest news is next .
Live from NPR News. In Washington , I’m Lakshmi saying president Donald Trump will deliver his first State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress tomorrow and NPR’s Windsor Johnson reports the White House is describing the speech as optimistic that will address the nation as a whole .
The president is expected to take credit for a healthier economy tout his recently passed tax-cut plan and make a hard pitch on immigration Augustin , a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution , says the speech is also an opportunity for the president to reach out beyond the White House.
I would expect this and I certainly hope it will be a considered measured speech to talk with the departments and agencies of the executive branch and members of your own political party and to try to be as inclusive as possible.
The president is also expected to address border security and plans to strengthen the nation’s infrastructure Windsor Johnston , NPR News , Washington speak.
You know reporters a short time ago , the president said. Democrats will be needed to help approve immigration legislation the president‘s having lunch this hour with members of the UN Security Council . Russian opposition leader Alexey Livonia has been released from prison after his detention at an anti-government rally in Moscow NPR’s Lucien Kim reports from Moscow only remained defiant after organizing protests in more than 100 Russian cities on Sunday .
Well that’s in long he was let go late Sunday night but was required to report back to the police at a later date. It’s likely he’ll face charges of organizing an illegal rally on Sunday . Navalny called for nationwide demonstrations after his candidacy to run against president Vladimir Putin in March elections was denied activists 50 protesters were arrested in dozens of cities across Russia . Police raided an of offices on the pretext of a bomb threat . But his team continued live broadcasts on the protests . His YouTube channel after his release from prison , Navalny tweeted that police confiscated his phone . So if somebody answers , it could be . Putin was seen Kim and PR news Moscow .
There is pulling 2 ounce an 8 ounce cream cheese products after samples tested positive for listeria , the food chain. The brands itself as a healthier fast casual option says it’s launching a recall at all of its 2000 US locations out of an abundance of caution , but is chief executive Blaine her said in a statement yesterday that one variety of 2 ounce cream cheese from a single day yielded the positive result for contamination all cream cheese products with an expiration date on or before April second are said to be affected in this recall . US stocks have been trading lower this hour . The Dow Jones Industrial Average down 113 points , a 26,503 , the Nasdaq is down 30 points and the S&P 500 is down 12 this is NPR News .
Pop singer Bruno Mars and rapper Kendrick Lamar were the big winners of last night’s Grammy Awards NPR’s motherly they’ll buckle reports the telecasts had quite a few political messages.
Grammy winners may have stayed away from politics during the telecast but performers and presenters did not in one prerecorded skit Hillary Clinton joined celebrities in reading from Michael Wolfe’s new book about president Trump Lady Gaga performed her song Joanne and mention the movement to fight sexual harassment and a.
Cash also saying about abuse performing with a stage for women wearing white singer Janelle Monet also called out the music industry and Cuban singer Camille. They called for support of children of undocumented immigrants , just like dreams these kids can’t be forgotten and are worth fighting for .
Rapper logic also honored the countries that president Trump recently disparaged Mandela then or NPR News.
Public outrage is growing in the wake of a report said the German auto industry was behind diesel exhaust tests on both monkeys and humans one report of The New York Times finds a research group backed by major carmakers expose one group of monkeys to fumes from a Ford pickup and another group to emissions from a late model Volkswagen. The study reportedly was conducted in 2014 before the public learned that Volkswagen installed software in vehicles to cheat on emissions tests , a German newspaper came out with a separate report stating that humans were test subjects . The German government condemns a study saying they don’t serve science this is NPR News .
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Welcome to the 21st and now a if you kicked off the beginning of this month , with some New Year’s food resolutions I hope they’re going well there’s so many variations are a clean food raw food or maybe just less food. We wanted to revisit a conversation we had at the beginning of the new year with an expert on bad food , among other things Dr. Aaron Carroll is the author of the bad food bible how NYT simply he’s also a frequent contributor to The New York Times in a professor of pediatrics and the associate dean for research mentoring at Indiana University , where he joins us from I started by asking him whether he was especially indulgent when it came to eating and drinking during the holiday season .
I see I would probably say yes. I think I just let everything go .
I mean that’s probably where everybody’s that’s a very typical feeling that everybody has in January right that you kind of let everything go maybe food wise financially wise in January , a sort of that very depressing month where everything gets reined back in. I do you do you January do you do food or diet New Year’s resolution .
Now you thing and I just sort of go back to normal. I think I trying in general to he reasonably healthy diet . So if I let it go , for , you know , we could in December and I just go back to , I don’t take any drastic behavior or big changes that are gonna be hard to sustain because what’s the point you’re not to be able to sustain them anyway .
Well , I think it’s question as you go back to normal. I think a lot of people want to develop a healthy normal and that’s actually something I’ve thought a lot about this year and terms of developing a better healthy normal for me so I guess my question is , how did you do that . How did you first Sarah maybe you’ve always been a pretty healthy person . How did you in gave only you got , clear out the normal .
So it. It took years to be very honest of you it’s you know I . This is a story so I would say to had plagued Bryant children’s we’re I to make 1718 years ago probably won’t . You know , my wife and I were first dating in the first night we incredibly unhealthily I was a resident at the time . Our lifestyle wasn’t very healthy . We were both much heavier than we are today and I think it took a series of successive changes because we kept trying to do the diet thing in there never worked Member trying we watchers at one point and it works for a while and then it didn’t . And then I tried doing some heavy exercise a one plan it work for a while and then it didn’t I try going low carb . At one point and it worked for a while and that the problem with those kinds of diets or or trying to do big deprivation is that it works everything works for a short period time but then it doesn’t because your body snaps back and you just can’t sustain it in your metabolism slows down and so I think it was almost having children and then making a conscious decision that we were gonna do more cooking at home , we were just going to be more mindful of what we were eating and became a little more conscious about sort of processing in foods and trying to to to to know exactly what I was eating mountain the chemicals or anything else , but in terms of how much has been done to the food before it gets to me because it’s and it’s in those kinds of decisions that I think of too much gets into us and and again it was just slow steady change of trying to to be more thoughtful and mindful about what I was eating . But I think it made a difference and one time it .