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On March 2, 2009, Lesley Gilb Taplin died in a car accident on her way to a meeting Downtown, Los Angeles. The news was something unbearable to many of us. But to this day, her spirit is part of SKIDROW 3 on 3 STREETBALL LEAGUE. “This American Life” host Ira Glass made this comment at a presentation that podcasters held to solicit advertisers that was organized by NPR, Chicago’s WBEZ (where Glass’ show originates) and New York’s WNYC. It was the first event of its kind and underscores the growing popularity of podcasts for public media. NPR data shows podcasting sponsorship revenue doubled from fiscal 2013 to fiscal 2014, and 2015 has already exceeded last year’s take..

Automakers were the biggest drag on Japan Topix stock index on Thursday.Trump latest probe will be conducted under Section 232 of a 1960s trade law, the same tool the president invoked in imposing global tariffs on imported steel and aluminum earlier this year. An additional tariff on vehicles of up to 25 per cent is also under consideration, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified.Free, Fair TradeOn Thursday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel downplayed her nation own discomfort with China industrial rise, and locked arms with Premier Li Keqiang in a pointed defence of the multilateral trading order.and Germany are committed to multilateralism, and we are committed to free and fair trade, Merkel said flanked by Li in Beijing. As talks over averting a trade war continue.While the threat of new tariffs didn specifically point to Germany, it would strike at the heart of the German economy, further straining relations between the two sides as they locked in negotiations over steel and aluminum tariffs that are set to hit the European Union on June 1.

Bob Ward Cos., an Edgewood based homebuilder, is facing a racial discrimination lawsuit brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of a former employee who was fired from the company last year. The EEOC alleges in a news release issued yesterday that the man, the only black construction superintendent with the company at the time, was subjected to different terms and conditions of employment, faced racially derogatory language and jokes from subcontractors, and was fired because of his race. Walter.