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KALW is local public radio from the San Francisco Bay Area. Shows include Your Call and Crosscurrents. Tune in to 91.7 fm, or listen live at KALW.org KALW is a pioneer educational station licensed to the San Francisco Unified School District, broadcasting since September 1, 1941 – when it went on the air as the first FM signal west of the Mississippi.
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  • Bay Area Headlines: Friday, 2/26/21, AM

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 03:41:16

    California Supreme Court Upholds Law Barring 14- And 15-Year-Olds Being Tried As Adults / Governor Newsom Continues Push To Reopen Schools As Vaccines Come Available To Teachers

  • Katherine Seligman Explores The Edge Of The Haight

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 03:26:46

    San Francisco author Katherine Seligman reads from her new novel " At The Edge of the Haight ." It’s about a girl who lives in Golden Gate Park.

  • Energy Secretary Granholm: Texas Outages Show Need For Changes To U.S. Power Systems

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 02:29:00

    Newly confirmed Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm seized on the bruising winter weather that left millions of Texans without heat and electricity last week to press for reform of the state's power systems, arguing that pivoting to a clean energy economy can ensure a dependable grid and help create jobs. In her first interview with NPR since taking office, the former Michigan governor made the case for sweeping changes to the nation's energy markets in order to help meet President Biden's pledge to make the U.S. carbon neutral by 2050 . Granholm, who won confirmation in the Senate by a vote of 64 to 35 on Thursday, said "there may have to be public-private partnerships to get initiatives off the ground," and pledged that for any jobs lost in the fossil fuel industry, there would be "more than a one-to-one replacement" in clean energy. Addressing the disaster in Texas, Granholm told Morning Edition host Noel King on Friday that one big lesson from last week's outages is that Texas needs

  • Explosion Damages Israeli-Owned Ship In Gulf Of Oman

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 02:04:00

    An explosion ripped through the hull of an Israeli-owned cargo ship in the Gulf of Oman, reportedly leaving holes in each side of the vessel. Officials said the crew and vessel are safe, but there was no immediate explanation for the blast in a waterway that has a history of attacks on shipping blamed on Iran. In an advisory dated Thursday, the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations said it had been informed of the explosion, that investigations are ongoing and that the crew and vessel are safe and proceeding to their next port of call. Dryad Global, a maritime security risk-management firm, identified the ship as the MV Helios Ray. It said the vessel was inbound from Singapore and that the explosion occurred about 44 nautical miles (50 miles) from Muscat, Oman's capital. The company further speculated in a tweet that it was "a realistic possibility" that the explosion "was the result of asymmetric activity by #Iranian military." The International Maritime Organization says the

  • Hurricane Forecasts Will Start Earlier In 2021

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 01:26:00

    The National Hurricane Center says it will begin issuing Tropical Weather Outlooks in May, weeks before the June 1 beginning of hurricane season. The federal agency is also considering moving up the official start date of the Atlantic hurricane season. Named systems have formed in the Atlantic prior to the official start of the season in each of the last six years. In 2020, there were two named systems before June 1, tropical storms Arthur and Bertha. Dennis Feltgen, a meteorologist with the Hurricane Center, says many of the systems that develop in May are short-lived, but are now being identified because of better monitoring and policies that now give names to subtropical storms. Last year, because of the early storms, the Hurricane Center issued 36 special tropical weather outlooks before June 1. In order to be better prepared, this year forecasters will begin issuing outlooks on May 15. A team of meteorologists from the National Hurricane Center and other parts of the National

  • Biden Arrives In Houston To Check On Recovery From Deadly Winter Storms

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 00:38:00

    Updated at 3 p.m. ET President Biden arrived in Texas on Friday to inspect the damage from a sequence of strong winter storms and intense cold. The system thrust much of Texas into record low temperatures, knocking out power and bursting pipes. Dozens of people died, including several who were reportedly killed by hypothermia in their homes. Biden met with Gov. Greg Abbott immediately after arriving in Houston, as the governor greeted the president and first lady on the tarmac. The president and first lady Jill Biden left the White House on Friday morning and arrived in Houston before noon local time, landing at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base. The itinerary called for Biden to tour the Harris County Emergency Operations Center, before joining the first lady on a visit to the Houston Food Bank. Biden is visiting Texas one week after he officially declared a major disaster in the state. He said last week that he wanted to see the situation firsthand — but not until he was sure a

  • Who Is The Senate Parliamentarian Who Ruled Against A Minimum Wage Increase?

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 00:37:00

    The Senate parliamentarian, a critical but often low-profile arbiter of the chamber's procedural actions, is the subject of frustration from some liberals after a crucial blow to Democrats' agenda late Thursday. Elizabeth MacDonough is the unelected, nonpartisan interpreter of chamber rules, commonly referred to as the Senate referee. She nixed a Democratic push to add a $15-an-hour federal minimum wage increase to President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, dubbed the American Rescue Plan. The reason? She said it did not meet the strict requirements of reconciliation , a fast-track process that allows the majority party to pass big-ticket legislation with a simple 51-vote majority. MacDonough's decision has thrust her into the spotlight, especially as some progressives have called for her decision to be ignored , and for Vice President Harris, who serves as the president of the Senate, to overrule her . Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., called for MacDonough to be replaced .

  • Hulu's New Billie Holliday Biopic Falls Short Of Capturing Her Real Story

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 00:30:00

    Though Andra Day plays the jazz legend with conviction, The United States vs. Billie Holiday fictionalizes the particulars of Holiday's life, where the real story is dramatic enough.

  • The Legacies Of Black Icons Sam Cooke, Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) And Malcolm X

    kalw.org Saturday, 27 February 2021 00:30:00

    The film One Night in Miami imagines a night in 1964 where Cooke, Clay, Malcolm X and Jim Brown meet. We listen back to interviews with biographers Peter Guralnick, Jonathan Eig and Alex Haley.

  • U.S. Coronavirus Cases Dropped Dramatically Since January, But Can We Keep Them Down?

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 23:46:00

    Updated 2:12 p.m. ET With coronavirus infections on a steady, six weeks long descent in the U.S., it's clear the worst days of the brutal winter surge have waned. Yet researchers are still not sure how sustainable the decline is. And a small but concerning uptick in cases in the last three days has health officials on edge. So what caused the massive decline since January, and what can the U.S. do to ensure that it lasts? New infections have fallen close to 70% nationwide in just over six weeks, bringing the average number of cases to levels last seen in early fall. The number of people hospitalized for COVID-19 has plummeted by nearly 60% since the peak in January. The rate of tests coming back positive in the U.S. is far below what it was during the January peak, down from over 13% to now less than 5%. Loading... And the trend holds true nearly everywhere. "It's hard to find a county that has me concerned, and that's pretty striking," says Dr. David Rubin who directs PolicyLab at the

  • British Airways Owner Calls For Digital Health Passes For Passengers

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 23:15:00

    The owner of British Airways is calling for digital health passes for passengers as a step toward getting airlines back in the sky after devastating losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. International Airlines Group, which also owns carriers such as Iberia and Aer Lingus, announced Friday a total annual loss of £6.4 billion ($9.8 billion) for the group after passenger traffic plunged by one third in 2020 compared to the previous year. The group's CEO, Luis Gallego, said the company was looking for "a clear roadmap" for scaling back restrictions on travel "when the time is right." "We're calling for international common testing standards and the introduction of digital health passes to reopen our skies safely," Gallego said. The International Air Transport Association recently said its "IATA Travel Pass" — a smartphone app that verifies that a passenger has had a negative coronavirus test or has been vaccinated — should be ready "within weeks." "The key issue is one of confidence," said

  • Nigerian Authorities Searching For 317 Schoolgirls Kidnapped By 'Armed Bandits'

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 23:07:00

    Nigerian authorities are searching for hundreds of schoolgirls who were kidnapped by unidentified gunmen in a raid early Friday morning, according to police in the northwestern state of Zamfara. Police Commissioner Abutu Yaro told reporters that 317 girls had been kidnapped from Government Girls Science Secondary School in the town of Jangebe, according to its principal. He said efforts to trace the kidnappers and retrieve the students are underway, and that authorities were looking into information that they had been moved to neighboring forests. "All of us are angry, and all of us are sad," he said. "Despite that we need to have a coordinated response in order to [save lives] and bring the children back home." Yaro emphasized the importance of exercising caution and care, and urged people to remain calm. According to local media reports , scores of residents incensed by the abduction stormed the streets of Jangebe, creating roadblocks and using sticks and stones to attack vehicles

  • Court Says Shamima Begum, Who Left U.K. To Join ISIS, Cannot Return

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 21:46:00

    Shamima Begum, who left London in 2015 to join ISIS, cannot return to Britain while she fights to restore her citizenship, the U.K. Supreme Court ruled on Friday. Begum was 15 when she ran away to Syria with two friends; she's now being held in a detention camp in northern Syria. Begum was born in the U.K., but the country revoked her British citizenship two years ago, citing security concerns. She then asked for permission to enter the U.K. to appeal that move, but the government denied her application. Soon after joining the Islamic State, Begum married a Dutch fighter in the terrorist group. Now 21 years old, she has given birth to three children, all of whom have died due to illness or poor conditions. Her husband, Yago Riedijk, is in a Kurdish-run detention center elsewhere in northern Syria, according to the BBC . Begum's flight from the U.K. to join the terrorist group triggered an international search. Four years later, a journalist found her in a detention camp . At the time,

  • Almanac - Friday 2/26/21

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 20:42:05

    Today is Friday, the 26th of February, 2021...

  • Philosophy Talk: What Has Replaced Freud?

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 20:07:00

    Sigmund Freud may have laid the groundwork for a science of the unconscious, but didn’t he get most of it wrong?

  • North Korea's Network Of Prison Camps Funds Weapons Programs, Rights Group Says

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 20:00:00

    North Korea is using forced labor from its network of prison camps to mine coal and other minerals to boost exports and earn foreign currency, using the cash to support its nuclear weapons programs, according to a South Korean human rights group. A report by the Seoul-based Citizens' Alliance for North Korea Human Rights said an intricate network of government ministries and other entities relies on prison labor and other illicit operations to bring in money to the isolated Asian country. Pyongyang continues to operate "a large financial pyramid fraud" relying on "mafia-type operations" to get people held in prisons camps to mine large quantities of coal, lead, zinc, magnesite and other materials, the report said. Satellite images and testimony from witnesses shed light on North Korea's expansion of its prison camp network to overlap with the location of several mines, according to the report, which is titled "Blood Coal Export from North Korea: Pyramid scheme of earnings maintaining

  • Jennifer Granholm Discusses The U.S.'s Energy Infrastructure

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 18:26:00

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  • Users Report 'Drunken' Roombas After Software Update

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 18:08:00

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

  • Hidden Message On Iconic 'The Scream' Painting Could Be From Artist Himself

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 18:08:00

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

  • News Brief: Syrian Airstrikes, Johnson & Johnson Vaccine,

    kalw.org Friday, 26 February 2021 16:01:00

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

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