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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us today. Here's a look at what's happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in Palmdale. Police at the scene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries are however said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of what banks used to borrow money from the Central Bank. Now the cuts were all in response to the threat of a recession and also sinking world markets.

The government wanted to put him away for life, instead, a federal judge sentenced José Padilla to 17 years and 4 months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-Qaeda. He's been in custody ever since 2002. Now back then he was accused of plotting to explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges were however dropped and were part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it is so with the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last night. Mostly the bickering was between Senator Barack Obama as you see right there and Hillary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including healthcare and the economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder largely on the basis of his own violent drawings of the scene when he was 15-year-old. Now Master sees conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indications he didn't get a fair trial. His ordeal isn't over just yet though he'll be back in court next month and that's when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are gonna trial him again. That's considered to be unlikely in the light of DNA evidence.

It looks like there could be Oscars for 'There Will Be Blood''. It leads today's Academy Award nominations with the film 'No Country For Old Men'. Both films received 8 nominations apiece. Oscar organizers say the show will be on February 24th despite the writers' strike.

And be sure to stick with CNN.com, 24/7 for all the news all around the world and of course, we're gonna get you updates right here throughout the day. Take care.
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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I’m Nicole Lapin. Thanks most for checking in with us. Here’s a look at what’s happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in pump del. Police at the secene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries are held said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affect how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks used to borrow money from the Center Bank. Now the cuts were only response to the threat over sanction and also thinking world’s market.

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Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it so was the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last day. Mostly the bickering was between Senator Barack Obama as you see him right there and Hilary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including health care and economy.

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It looks like they can be the Oscars for they will be blood. It reads today nominations with the film country for all men. Both films received 8 nominations appeace . Oscar organizors say the show will be on Febuary 24th despite of the writers’ strike.

And be sure to stick with the CNN.com and 24/7 for all the news around the world Of course, we’re gonna get you updates right here from the day . Take care.


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From the CNN center in Atlanta, I'm Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us today. Here's a look at what's happening right NOW IN THE NEWS.

We now know that at least 6 people were injured when a school crashed in Palmdale. Police at the scene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver and all of the injuries are, however, said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3 quarters of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks use to borrow from the Central Bank. Now the cuts were all in response to the threat of a recession and also, sinking world markets.

The government wanted to put him away for life. Instead, a federal judge sentenced Jose Padilla to 17 years and four months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al Qaeda. He's been cut speeding ever since 2002. Now back then he was accused of plotting to explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges were however dropped were part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And so was the CNN Democratic debate in South Carolina last night. Mostly the big ring was between senators Barack Obama, as you see right there, and Hillary Clinton, there she is. They were beg in force over several issues, including health care and the economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder. Largely on the basis of his own violent driving of the scene when he was 15 years old. Now Masters' conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indication, he didn't get a trial. His ordeal is an over-just yet though. He'll be back in court next month and that's when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are gonna trial him again. That's considered to be unlikely in the life of DNA evidence.

It looks like there could be Oscars for There Will Be Blood. It leaves today the Academy of World Nominations. With the film, No Country for Old Men. Both film received 8 nominations a piece. Oscar organizers say the show will be on February 24th despite the writers' strike.

Be sure to stick with CNN.com 24/7 for all the news all around the world. And of course, we'll gonna get you updates right here throughout the day. Take care.


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From CNN center a Atlanta, I am Nicole Lapin. * today. Here’s a look at what’s happening on the news.
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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I’m Nicole Lapin. Thanks most for checking in with us today. Here’s a look at what’s happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in puddle. Police at the scene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver. And now all of the injuries are heard set to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cuts the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cuts the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks used to borrow money from the Center Bank. Now the cuts were all response to the threat over resection and also sinking world markets.

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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I’m Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us. Here’s a look at what’s happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in Palmdale. Police at the secene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries all,however, said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks used to borrow money from the Center Bank. Now the cuts were only response to the threat of a recession and also sinking world’s market.

The government wanna to put him away for life ,instead, a federal judge sentenced Padilla to 17 years and 4 months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-qaeda . He’s been in custody ever since 2002. Back then he was accused of plotting to an explode a radio active dirty bomb /. Those charges will however, dropped and would part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it so was the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last day. Mostly the bickering was between Senators Barack Obama as you see him right there and Hilary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including health care and economy.

/ is a free man today for the barely first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder largely on the basis of his own violent driving of the scene when he was 15-year-old. And / conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indications he didn't get a trial. His ordeal isn’s over just yet though he’ll be back in court next month and that’s when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are going to try him again. That’ considered to be unlikely in the light of DNA evidence.

It looks like there can be the Oscars for they will be blood. It reads today nominations with the film country for all men. Both films received 8 nominations appeace . Oscar organizors say the show will be on Febuary 24th despite of the writers’ strike.

And be sure to stick with the CNN.com and 24/7 for all the news around the world Of course, we’re gonna get you updates right here throughout the day . Take care.

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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I’m Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us. Here’s a look at what’s happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in pump del. Police at the secene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries all held up were said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks used to borrow money from the Center Bank. Now the cuts were only response to the threat of a recession and also sinking world/ markets.

The government wanna to put him away for life instead / a federal judge sentenced Padilla to 17 years and 4 months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-Qaeda. He’s been in custody ever since 2002. And Padilla was accused of plotting to / explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges will however drop and would part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it so was the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last day. Mostly the bickering was between Senator Barack Obama as you see / right there and Hilary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including health care and economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder largely on a basis of his own violin / of the scene when he was 15-year-old. And Masters's conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indication he didn't get a fare trial. His ordeal isn’s over just yet though he’ll be back in court next month and that’s when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are going to trial him again. That’s considered to be unlikely in a line of DNA evidence.

It looks like there can be / Oscars for "There Will Be Bblood. It leads today Academy Award nominations with the film "No Country For Old Men". Both films received 8 nominations apiece . Oscar organizors say the show will be on Febuary 24th despite of the writers' strike.

And be sure to stick with the CNN.com, / 24/7 for all the news around the world and of course, we’re gonna get you updates right here throughout the day . Take care.

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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I’m Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us. Here’s a look at what’s happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in Palmdale Police at the scene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries all helped out were said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks used to borrow money from the Central Bank. Now the cuts were only response to the threat of a recession and also sinking world/ markets.

The government wanted to put him away for life, instead, a federal judge sentenced José Padilla to 17 years and 4 months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-Qaeda. He’s been in custody ever since 2002. Now back then he was accused of plotting to / explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges were however dropped and were part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it is so with the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last day. Mostly the bickering was between Senator Barack Obama as you see right there and Hillary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including health care and the economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder largely on the basis of his own violent drawings of the scene when he was 15-year-old. And Masters's conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indication he didn't get a fair trial. His ordeal isn’t over just yet though he’ll be back in court next month and that’s when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are going to try him again. That’s considered to be unlikely in the line of DNA evidence.

It looks like there could be Oscars for "There Will Be Blood''. It leads today's Academy Award nominations with the film "No Country For Old Men". Both films received 8 nominations apiece. Oscar organizers say the show will be on February 24th despite / the writers' strike.

And be sure to stick with / CNN.com, 24/7 for all the news around the world and of course, we’re gonna get you updates right here throughout the day. Take care.
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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us today. Here's a look at what's happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in Palmdale. Police at the scene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries are however said to be miner.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks used to borrow money from the Central Bank. Now the cuts were only response to the threat of a recession and also sinking world's markets.

The government wanted to put him away for life, instead, a federal judge sentenced Jose Padilla to 17 years and 4 months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-Qaeda. He¡¯s been in custody ever since 2002. Now back then he was accused of plotting to explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges were however dropped and were part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it is so with the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last day. Mostly the bickering was between Senator Barack Obama as you see right there and Hillary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including healthcare and the economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder largely on the basis of his own violent drawings of the scene when he was 15-year-old. And Masters's conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indications he didn't get a fair trial. His ordeal isn't over just yet though he'll be back in court next month and that's when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are going to try him again. That's considered to be unlikely in the light of DNA evidence.

It looks like there could be Oscars for "There Will Be Blood''. It leads today's Academy Award nominations with the film "No Country For Old Men". Both films received 8 nominations apiece. Oscar organizers say the show will be on February 24th despite the writers' strike.

And be sure to stick with CNN.com, 24/7 for all the news around the world and of course, we're gonna get you updates right here throughout the day. Take care.
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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I’m Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us today. Here’s a look at what’s happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in Palmdale Police at the scene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries are however said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks used to borrow money from the Central Bank. Now the cuts were only response to the threat of a recession and also sinking world markets.

The government wanted to put him away for life, instead, a federal judge sentenced José Padilla to 17 years and 4 months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-Qaeda. He’s been in custody ever since 2002. Now back then he was accused of plotting to explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges were however dropped and were part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it is so with the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last night. Mostly the bickering was between Senator Barack Obama as you see right there and Hillary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including healthcare and the economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder largely on the basis of his own violent drawings of the scene when he was 15-year-old. And Masters's conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indications he didn't get a fair trial. His ordeal isn’t over just yet though he’ll be back in court next month and that’s when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are going to try him again. That’s considered to be unlikely in the light of DNA evidence.

It looks like there could be Oscars for "There Will Be Blood''. It leads today's Academy Award nominations with the film "No Country For Old Men". Both films received 8 nominations apiece. Oscar organizers say the show will be on February 24th despite the writers' strike.

And be sure to stick with CNN.com, 24/7 for all the news around the world and of course, we’re gonna get you updates right here throughout the day. Take care.
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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I’m Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us today. Here’s a look at what’s happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in Palmdale Police at the scene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries are however said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks used to borrow money from the Central Bank. Now the cuts were all in response to the threat of a recession and also sinking world markets.

The government wanted to put him away for life, instead, a federal judge sentenced José Padilla to 17 years and 4 months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-Qaeda. He’s been in custody ever since 2002. Now back then he was accused of plotting to explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges were however dropped and were part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it is so with the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last night. Mostly the bickering was between Senator Barack Obama as you see right there and Hillary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including healthcare and the economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder largely on the basis of his own violent drawings of the scene when he was 15-year-old. Now Masters's conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indications he didn't get a fair trial. His ordeal isn’t over just yet though he’ll be back in court next month and that’s when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are going to trial him again. That’s considered to be unlikely in the light of DNA evidence.

It looks like there could be Oscars for "There Will Be Blood''. It leads today's Academy Award nominations with the film "No Country For Old Men". Both films received 8 nominations apiece. Oscar organizers say the show will be on February 24th despite the writers' strike.

And be sure to stick with CNN.com, 24/7 for all the news around the world and of course, we’re gonna get you updates right here throughout the day. Take care.
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From the CNN center in Atlanta, I'm Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us today. Here's a look at what's happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in Palmdale. Police at the sence now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver and all of the injuries are, however, said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3 quarters of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of which banks use to borrow from the Central Bank. Now the cuts were all in response to the threat of a recession and also, sinking world markets.

The government wanted to put him away for life. Instead, a federal judge sentenced Jose Padilla to 17 years and four months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-Qaeda. He's been cut speeding ever since 2002. Now back then he was accused of plotting to explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges were however dropped were part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And so was the CNN Democratic debate in South Carolina last night. Mostly the big ring was between senator Barack Obama, as you see right there, and Hillary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including healthcare and the economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder. Largely on the basis of his own violent driving of the scene when he was 15 years old. Now Masters' conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indication, he didn't get a trial. His ordeal is an over-just yet though. He'll be back in court next month and that's when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are gonna trial him again. That's considered to be unlikely in the life of DNA evidence.

It looks like there could be Oscars for "There Will Be Blood". It leaves today the Academy of World Nominations. With the film, No Country for Old Men. Both film received eight nominations apiece. Oscar organizers say the show will be on February 24th despite the writers' strike.

Be sure to stick with CNN.com 24/7 for all the news all around the world. And of course, we'll gonna get you updates right here throughout the day. Take care.

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From the CNN Center in Atlanta, I’m Nicole Lapin. Thanks so much for checking in with us today. Here’s a look at what’s happening right Now In The News.

We now know that at least six people were injured when a school bus crashed in Palmdale Police at the scene now say that one of the people hurt was the bus driver, and all of the injuries are however said to be minor.

The Federal Reserve made an unexpected move in an effort to pump up the economy. It cut the federal funds rate by 3/4 of a percentage point. Now that rate basically affects how much we pay for credit. It also cut the discount rate by the same amount. That is the rate of what banks used to borrow money from the Central Bank. Now the cuts were all in response to the threat of a recession and also sinking world markets.

The government wanted to put him away for life, instead, a federal judge sentenced José Padilla to 17 years and 4 months in prison. Padilla was convicted in August of supporting Al-Qaeda. He’s been in custody ever since 2002. Now back then he was accused of plotting to explode a radioactive dirty bomb. Those charges were however dropped and were part of the case. He was sentenced on today.

Presidential race is definitely heating up. And it is so with the CNN Democratic debate in South Caroline last night. Mostly the bickering was between Senator Barack Obama as you see right there and Hillary Clinton, there she is. They went back and forth over several issues including healthcare and the economy.

Tim Masters is a free man today for the very first time in a decade. In 1999, the Colorado man was convicted in a 1987 murder largely on the basis of his own violent drawings of the scene when he was 15-year-old. Now Masters's conviction was vacated thanks to DNA evidence and indications he didn't get a fair trial. His ordeal isn’t over just yet though he’ll be back in court next month and that’s when prosecutors will announce whether or not they are going to trial him again. That’s considered to be unlikely in the light of DNA evidence.

It looks like there could be Oscars for "There Will Be Blood''. It leads today's Academy Award nominations with the film "No Country For Old Men". Both films received 8 nominations apiece. Oscar organizers say the show will be on February 24th despite the writers' strike.

And be sure to stick with CNN.com, 24/7 for all the news around the world and of course, we’re gonna get you updates right here throughout the day. Take care.
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It looks like there could be Oscars for "there will be blood". It leads today's academy award nomination with the film <no country for the old man>. Both films received 8 nominations apiece. Oscar organizers say the film will be on Feburary 24th despite the writter strike.
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