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Live from NPR news in Washington I mean he held the Supreme Court has just handed down a ruling allowing the trump administration to effectively block the majority of asylum seekers it means most central American migrants would be turned away unless they first seek refuge in another country they passed through the courts as the policy can go into effect even as challenges to its legality continue. is it in trump says he thinks Iran wants to make a deal and he may be open to easing some sanctions as NPR's Michele Kellerman reports the trump administration has a policy of maximum pressure against Iran but asked whether he might agree to ease sanctions to pave the way for talks trump says quote we'll see what happens we hope that we can make a deal if we can make a deal that's fine too okay that's fine too but I think they have to make a deal they've never been in this condition trump was speaking a day after firing his national security adviser John Bolton a long time hawk on a run the president as bold and made some big mistakes and didn't get along with people in the administration who trump says he considers quote very important Michele Kellerman NPR news the state department mourners came out today to remember the three thousand people killed on this nine eleven anniversary including near Shanksville Pennsylvania eighteen years ago flight ninety three was targeting the nation's capital but passengers and crew fought the hijackers and the plane crashed in an empty field vice president Mike pence spoke I will always believe that I and many others in our nation's capital were able to go home that day and hug our families because of the courage and selflessness of your families the hero. a tentative settlement was reached today over the role produ pharma played in the nation's opioid epidemic it would have the company file for structured bankruptcy paying up to twelve billion dollars you're listening to NPR news. this suit this is W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd democratic lawmakers in Albany are speaking out against the trump administration's diversion of military funding to build the wall at the U. S. Mexico border the US military academy at west point will lose one hundred sixty million dollars as a result congressman Sean Patrick Maloney and Washington represents the district where the academy is located and he says that is money that west point needs for crucial projects we're talking about the engineering center west point we're talking about the water treatment plant at west point we're talking about the facilities to support these cadets that are the next generation military leaders overall the trump administration once you take three point six billion dollars.