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WUWM 89.7 FM Milwaukee Public Radio provides local in-depth news, unbiased reporting and NPR programs Lake Effect is WUWM’s daily magazine program. From politics & the economy to Wisconsin authors & musicians, Lake Effect covers a lot of ground. Join us weekdays at 10 & weekends at 3 on 89.7 WUWM for smart conversations & local voices.You can get a daily podcast of our show from our Web page,
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  • Migrant Surge At Border Is On Pace To Be The Biggest In Nearly 2 Decades

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 17:31:00

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  • Better Late Than Never. Canadian Woman Finally Gets A Pen Pal

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 16:25:00

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  • News Brief: Atlanta-Area Shootings, Border Crisis, Relief For Landlords

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 16:25:00

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  • India's Role In COVID-19 Vaccine Production Is Getting Even Bigger

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 16:25:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • Nigeria's Kidnappings Grow More Brazen After 2014 Boko Haram Attack

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 16:25:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • California Gov. Newsom Pledges To Fight Recall Effort By Republicans

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:23:00

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  • Proposed 1% Pay Hike Shows U.K. Government Doesn't Value Us, Nurse Says

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:18:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • Man Arrested After 8 People Are Shot To Death At Atlanta-Area Massage Parlors

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:07:00

    Copyright 2021 WABE 90.1. To see more, visit WABE 90.1 .

  • Blinken, Austin Work To Revive Asian Alliance To Counter China, North Korea

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:07:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • Moderna Begins Enrolling Children As Young As 6 Months In Vaccine Trial

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:07:00

    Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • On 'The Last Friend,' Michael League Imagines Death As A Benevolent Companion

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:07:00

    Morning Edition Song Project is the series where songwriters are asked to write an original song about the COVID era. The newest addition is brought by Michael League. He plays all kinds of instruments; he's a producer, too — and the lead of the jazz-fusion group Snarky Puppy . League is American, but when he's not on tour, he lives in Spain. And it was 12 months ago this very week that Spain went into lockdown. League remembers the weekend it was announced: he lived in the north of Spain and his girlfriend lives in the south. He had to act fast. "Saturday night, they made the decision. I packed an overnight bag, bought a flight," he says. "And on Sunday, I flew on one of the last flights that, I think, that operated in Spain for months." League brought a backpack and this little keyboard he can control with his laptop. And that was about it. He thought, at that point, it would be a few weeks, a couple of months; he'd make some music and go home. "And I was wrong," he says, laughing.

  • Drawing A Line In The Mud: Scientists Debate When 'Age Of Humans' Began

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:07:00

    Humans have changed the Earth in such profound ways that scientists say we have entered a new geological period: the Anthropocene Epoch. But when did the new epoch officially begin? And how, exactly, should it be defined? Those are the questions that geologists are pursuing with increasing urgency at sites around the world. Teams are studying 11 locations on five continents, looking for a place where rock, mud or ice perfectly capture the global impact of humans. As is often the case in science, the teams are both collaborating and competing. They share information, but ultimately only one site will be crowned the "golden spike" location for the Anthropocene: the place on Earth where a line in the rock, mud or ice exemplifies the unique markers of the age of humans. Every geological period has a golden spike location that allows scientists to pinpoint when the period began by identifying a specific layer in rock, mud or ice and assigning a date to that layer. For example, there is a

  • Landlords Struggling To Stay Afloat See Lifeline In COVID-19 Relief For Renters

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:07:00

    Nearly 10 million Americans are behind on their rent payments, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And Stephanie Graves is seeing that play out first hand. She's a landlord in the Houston area and says tenants in most of her buildings are struggling. "I have a small property in town," she says. "It's about 22 units and eight residents have not been able to pay over 6 months on and off." She says she might get a $100 partial payment on a $1,000 rent. Graves says she isn't evicting any tenants who try to pay what they can and stay in touch with her. But that means she's losing money — the rents coming in don't cover her mortgage payments and paying the staff. "Then we had the freeze in Houston and the hot water heater gave out." Graves says that meant a $22,000 investment with no income. "I worry, how am I going to pay that loan if this goes on for much longer?" Graves says a bigger property she manages for another owner is hundreds of thousands of dollars behind on revenue with all the

  • From Amazon To FedEx, The Delivery Truck Is Going Electric

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 15:01:00

    Whether or not you want an electric vehicle in your driveway, you might soon spot one showing up on your curb. All major delivery companies are starting to replace their gas-powered fleets with electric or low-emission vehicles, a switch that companies say will boost their bottom lines, while also fighting climate change and urban pollution. UPS has placed an order for 10,000 electric delivery vehicles. Amazon is buying 100,000 from the start-up Rivian. DHL says zero-emission vehicles make up a fifth of its fleet, with more to come. And FedEx just pledged to replace 100% of its pickup and delivery fleet with battery-powered vehicles by 2040. (The U.S. Postal Service has smaller electric ambitions, only committing to go electric with 10% of its new delivery trucks — a decision that has led some lawmakers to cry foul over the purchasing plans.) "I think we've just started to reach the inflection point for scalability," Mitch Jackson, the chief sustainability officer for FedEx, says.

  • Anti-Asian Attacks Rise During Pandemic. Read NPR's Stories On The Surge In Violence

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 13:49:00

    Crimes targeting Asian Americans have risen dramatically since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Stop AAPI Hate , a coalition that tracks incidents of violence and harassment against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S., reported nearly 3,800 instances of discrimination against Asians in the past year. The actual number could be much higher. Here's a collection of the conversations you can listen to or read to understand the uptick in violence against Asian Americans. Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • Biden Supports Changes To Filibuster, Returning It To 'What It Used To Be'

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 07:31:00

    President Biden on Tuesday told ABC News he supports reforming the filibuster, calling on the chamber to readapt its old standard of requiring dissenting members to verbally speak on the floor to delay action on a bill. "I don't think that you have to eliminate the filibuster, you have to do it what it used to be when I first got to the Senate back in the old days," Biden said in an interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos. "You had to stand up and command the floor, you had to keep talking." Filibustering is the controversial Senate practice designed to block action on a bill, first coming into existence as a means to preserve slavery in the United States. Republicans in recent years have effectively weaponized the practice, and some Democrats, newly and narrowly empowered in the Senate, have called to reform the procedure or do away with it altogether. "It's getting to the point where, you know, democracy is having a hard time functioning," Biden said in the ABC interview.

  • Virginia Governor Clears Path For Ex-Convicts To Regain Voting Rights

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 06:34:00

    Virginia Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam announced an executive action on Tuesday that allows tens of thousands of felons to recover their voting and other civil rights upon release from prison. The move applies immediately to an estimated 69,000 Virginians who have completed their sentences, including ex-convicts who remain on supervision. And it comes as the state prepares for gubernatorial and legislative elections on June 8. "Too many of our laws were written during a time of open racism and discrimination, and they still bear the traces of inequity," said Northam said in a statement . "We are a Commonwealth that believes in moving forward, not being tied down by the mistakes of our past. If we want people to return to our communities and participate in society, we must welcome them back fully—and this policy does just that," he added. Under current law, anyone convicted of a felony in Virginia loses their civil rights, including the right to vote, serve on a jury, run for office,

  • Trump Encourages His Supporters To Get COVID-19 Vaccine, Within Limits of 'Freedoms'

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 05:56:00

    Former President Trump on Tuesday recommended that all eligible Americans get the coronavirus vaccine when their opportunity comes, though he added a caveat that he also respects people's decisions to not get one. Trump had faced growing calls to encourage his supporters — especially Republican men who have voiced cynicism about the vaccine — to get vaccinated. "I would recommend it, and I would recommend it to a lot of people that don't want to get it. And a lot of those people voted for me, frankly. But, you know, again, we have our freedoms and we have to live by that, and I agree with that also," Trump said during an interview with Fox News on Tuesday. "But it's a great vaccine, it's a safe vaccine, and it's something that works," Republicans and supporters of the former president are the least likely to seek a vaccine for the coronavirus, an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist survey revealed last week. Almost half of Republican men, 47% of Trump supporters and 41% of Republicans overall said

  • Pentagon Pushes For Bigger Effort To Deter China's Growing Military Might

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 04:48:00

    The Chinese pilots push the throttles on their heavy bombers as the music in the video builds to dramatic, Hollywood-style swirling strings. Radios crackle while the planes rise and stream across the ocean. Suddenly, missiles unleash with a whoosh. Fireballs and bouncing debris rise from the targets: Hawaii and Guam. That propaganda video was released last fall and appeared on the official social media accounts of the People's Liberation Army Air Force. Some at the Pentagon are dismissing the Top Gun -like video with smirks and eye rolls. After all, it includes footage lifted from the movies Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen , The Hurt Locker and The Rock . YouTube But Adm. Philip Davidson, the top U.S. officer in the Pacific region (or, as the U.S. now calls it, the Indo-Pacific), is taking it seriously. He recently referred to the video during a recent hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee. "Guam is a target today," Davidson told the senators, referring to the overseas

  • Intelligence Report: Russia Tried To Help Trump In 2020 Election

    wuwm.com Wednesday, 17 March 2021 04:33:00

    A new report by the U.S. intelligence community on Tuesday says Russia sought to help former President Donald Trump in last year's presidential election. But the document also emphasized there was no indication Russia or any other country attempted to alter actual votes. Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized "influence operations aimed at denigrating President Biden's candidacy and the Democratic Party, supporting Trump, undermining public confidence in the electoral process and exacerbating socio-political divisions in the U.S," says the report by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. The unclassified document is the most comprehensive look the intelligence community has released regarding foreign efforts to meddle in the 2020 election. But the central message is the same one the intelligence community has been delivering since last August: Russia wanted Trump to win, though its effort was not on the same scale as in the 2016 election. No evidence of vote fraud U

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