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Making a bike route that takes you from the Ozarks to the Arkansas River Valley to the Ouachita.
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Plus Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead discusses the Underground Railroad.
I was very excited. You know I introduced the characters introduced Georgia had you know hopefully realistic realistic depiction of slavery .
He’ll be at the Public Library later this month and from the school would show up to the light.
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Gifts made by Clearspring students in Eureka Springs first. The news from NPR .
Live from NPR News. In Washington , I’m Lakshmi the IRS online payment system is down been that way since early this morning . And if you waited until the deadline today to file your tax return , you’re in the company of millions who opted to do the same . Faced with the unsavory prospect of US tariffs on the steel and aluminum is country exports . Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe returns to Florida’s Mara Lago resort this week for talks with president Trump NPR Scott Horsely monitor .
Japan is concerned about the Trump Administration’s new tariffs on steel and aluminum while other allies , including Canada and South Korea have been given a reprieve from those tariffs. Japan has not that could be president . Trump’s way of trying to pressure Japan into bilateral trade talks , although Abe has resisted that so far .
NPR’s Scott Horsley , former FBI Director James Comey says the president is unfit for office and untethered to the truth. NPR’s Carrie Johnson reports the fired FBI official is responding to attacks from the White House .
In an interview with NPR’s Morning Edition James Comey pointed out , the president had tweeted he should be in jail. I think the reaction of most of us was that’s another one of those things . This is not normal . This is not okay . There is a danger that we all become numb to it and we will stop noticing the threats to our norms in his new book , a higher loyalty . Comey said the trumpet administration is a forest fire . But he said many people are paying more attention to government and like after the Watergate era , Comey said . Other branches like the Congress and the courts may grow stronger Carrie Johnson , NPR News .
The International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Outlook global growth is expected to tick up to nearly 4% this year and next. NPR’s John Ydstie reports . The IMF says the US will also grow faster during the next 2 year .
The 3.9% growth rate for the global economy would be the fastest since 2011. The large economies will lead the way US growth is forecast to jump to 2.8% this year , half a percent faster than in 2017 , while the euro area strengthened slightly to 2.4% China‘s growth will slow a bit this year to 6.6% but there are risks that could undermine the forecast , including the trade conflict between the US and China , which the IMF says could damage global growth . The IMF also urges the US to deal with its unsustainable budget and trade deficits , John it’s , NPR News , Washington .
NPR’s learn that Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor is recovering from a severe injury to her left shoulder , she fell in her home yesterday but as our correspondent Nina Totenberg tells us Sotomayor was in court this morning lively asking questions and fully engaged wearing a sling under her robe. This is NPR .
Well , the US Supreme Court finds that a clause in federal law that requires the deportation of immigrants convicted of a crime of violence is unconstitutionally vague. The swing vote in the 5 to 4 ruling against a travel administration is conservative Justice Neil Gore such trumps nominee in 2015 . The High Court also held that a clause alluding to a violent felony in the armed career criminal act was unconstitutionally vague . A judge is allowing jurors in Bill Cosby‘s criminal sexual assault retrial to hear the details of a deposition in which Cosby talked about giving quail to women he had sex with in the 1970s from member station WHYY Laura bench off has more from Norris town the Philadelphia suburb where the trial is being held .
During a deposition in 2005 and 2006 Cosby told attorneys that when he was younger. He got quite eludes he didn’t intend to take but that he gave to women , he wanted to have sex with defense attorneys fought to keep jurors from seeing this part of Cosby sworn testimony , saying he was referring to a time far before the alleged sexual assault . He is on trial for a woman named Andrea constant has accused the 80-year-old entertainer of drugging and molesting her in 2004 Judge Stephen O’Neill said he would allow prosecutors to bring the quail adds up , but it could be subject to further discussion for NPR News , I’m Laura bench off in Norris town .
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This is 91.3 k UAF a listener supported service of the School of Journalism and strategic media at the University of Arkansas , it’s 6 minutes after 12 in about an hour on 91.3 on here and now. In his new memoir air traffic Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gregory part low explores race alcohol addiction and the devastating effect that the 1981 air-traffic controllers strike had on his family that conversation on here now beginning at 1 this afternoon . 90-one 0.3 k UAF this is those aren’t at large for Tuesday afternoon April 17th 20-18 I’m Kyle comes later today the Banville Planning Commission will consider possible additions to the city’s interior a propos micro brewery at the southeast corner of Arkansas . Highway 102 and Southwest I Street would also include a restaurant and outdoor recreation space . Also on the agenda . They propose Aldi grocery store near the northwest corner of Highway 1 or 2 and South West I . The meeting is scheduled to begin at 5 today at the Bentonville Community development building ahead on today’s Ozarks at large . The militant group Marion takes on the often confuse words that and in E MTS for example precedents and precedents and she says just getting ready for our conversation was a bit confusing .
When I entered my query into the search engine I kept coming up with this ants are a race of beings and J R R Tolkien’s fantasy world Middle Earth who closely resemble trees.
The militant group Marion , in the second half-hour of today’s show. First up , there are hundreds of miles of bicycle trails in our region there are trails for road cyclists and mountain bikers and thousands of miles of gravel roads for cyclists who prefer to ride that now all of those are being pulled together to create a 1400mi bike touring route through parts of Arkansas Ozarks at large is Zuzana SciTech tells us more about how the project was sparked by an adventure on another route .
We were in shorts for a lot of it and then the weather changed that night we had sleet coming in.
From 60 degrees and sunny 2 below freezing Ali correlate says as she and her group of 7 others experienced at all in a matter of 3 days this February while biking 140 miles of the planned 1400mi bike touring route through the high country of Arkansas.
We started in Bentonville from there we took some we got into Missouri just a little bit went up into Seligman and we got you know our lunch there and that was , that was good to have a nice stop and then worked our way into Beaver near Eureka Beaver town and state and in your Eureka for the night at this , this really sweet lodge up a giant mountain.
That’s when the temperature dropped down the sleet moved in.
We had to break our route had you abandoned the Adventure Cycling route for survival reasons.
So instead of writing from Eureka Springs 2 Red star in the Ozark National Forest correlate says the group changed their plan Ian road to Huntsville where friends provided shelter. A fire in Chile .
And by the time we got to Huntsville on Saturday evening. We were , we were covered in ice . So you’d move and in here yourself crunch .
But correlate says the hardest part of the trip wasn’t over yet. On Sunday , the group set out for Fayetteville when they had a gravel road .