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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy results are inconclusive. The Australian-born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. Further results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebates, new tax breaks of businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousands to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and bulldozed much of the border wall. Despite Israel's security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with tear gas at a prayer march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They'll start informal discussion today. The main issue is writers' compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The Writers Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Well those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial ** he resolves inconclusive. The Australian born actor was found unresponded in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology test. Surgery result is to be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebate, new tax break of businesses and extending unemployment benefit.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the southern to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up in both of the much of the border war. Despite Israel's security concerns Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with tear gas at a premart for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparks the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back the bargaining table. They are thought informal discussion today. The main issue is what of compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the internet. The Writer Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Those are the headlines this hour, stay with CNN tomorrow on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy result are inconclusive. The Australian born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology test. Surgery result won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebate, new tax break of businesses and extending unemployment benefit.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousands to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up in both of the much of the border war. Despite Israel's security concerns Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with tear gas at a premart for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparks the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They will start informal discussion today. The main issue is writers compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the internet. The Writer Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Those are the headlines this hour, stay with CNN tomorrow on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy results were inconclusive. The Australia-born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. Those results will be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulsonis is meeting with by-partisan, Health leaders again this afternoon. This will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebates, news tax breaks of businesses and extending employment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousand to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and boulders do much of the border wall. Despite Israel security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protesters said a government building and a nearby car is on fire. It happened after police hit them with teargas at a pre-march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They'll start informal discussions today. The main issue is what is compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The writers' gild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation shows.

Well those are the headlines at this hour. Stay with CNN, for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta.Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS:
It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died.The New York Medical Examinal says the initial autopsy results are inconclusive.The Australian-born actor was found unresponded in his apartment yesterday afternoon.Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene.He was just 28 years old.The Medical Examinal will perform more autopsy college tests.Those results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Demoncrats were working together on a plan for juicing up the economy.Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan house leaders again this afternoon.It'll be their second meeting today.They haven't worked out a plan yet,possible elements include individual income tax / ,new tax breaks for businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the / to buy food,fuel and medicine.Militants blew up an / much of the border war.Despite Israel security concerns,Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya,opposition protesters set a government building and neraby cars on fire.It happened after police hit them with tear gas at a prayer / for victims of tribal violence.Former UN Secretary Kofe Annan is in Nairobe trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table.They'll start informal discussing today.The main issue is writers' compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet.The Writers' Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation shows

Well,those are the headlines this hour.Stay with CNN,for more on these stories and other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN center in Atlanta, here's a look at what's happening now in the news.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The NewYork medical examiner says the initial autopsy results were inconclusive. The Australian born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronunced dead at the scene, he was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. Those results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on the plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury secretary Heanry Poson is meeting with by partisan ? again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet, possible elements include individual income tax rebates, new tax rates of businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousands to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and ? much of the border wall. Despite Isreal security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya opposition protesters set a government building and near by cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with tear gas at a pre-march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN secretary Kofi Annan is in Naiobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election sparked the violence .

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table, they'll start informal discussion today.The main issue is what's compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the internet. The writers ?is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Well those the headlines this hours. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy results are inconclusive. The Australian-born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tess. Those results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebates, new tax breaks of businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousand/ to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and boulders do much of the border war. Despite Israel's security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with teargas at a pre-march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They‘ll start informal discussion today. The main issue is writerscompensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The Writer Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Well those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

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I’m N D at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here’s look at what’s happening now in the news.

It’s still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopathy results sound inconclusive. The Australian-bourn actor was found unresponsive on his department yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. Those results will be available for a couple of weeks.

Republics and democrats are working together on the plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary H P is meeting with bipartisan, health leaders again this afternoon. It would be their second meeting today. They have worked at a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebate, new tax breaks of business and extending on improvement benefit.

Presidents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousand to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants brew up and boulders do much of the border wall. Despite its real security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protestors said a government building and a nearby car’s on fire. It happened after police hit them with teargas at a * for victims of travel violence. Former UN Secretary K Annan is in N try to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers end stridulous are back the bargaining table. They’ll start informal discussions today. The main issue is what is the compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The writers’ guild is now drawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy results are inconclusive. The Australian-born actor was found unresponsed in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. Those results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebates, new tax breaks of businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousand/ to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and boulders do much of the border war. Despite Israel's security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with teargas at a pre-march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They‘ll start informal discussion today. The main issue is writers’ compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The Writers Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Well those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy results are inconclusive. The Australian-born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. First results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebates, new tax breaks of businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousands to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and boulders do much of the border wall. Despite Israel's security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with teargas at a prayer march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They'll start informal discussion today. The main issue is writers’ compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The Writers Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Well those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy results are inconclusive. The Australian-born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. First results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebates, new tax breaks of businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousands to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and bulldozed to march off the border wall. Despite Israel's security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with teargas at a prayer march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They'll start informal discussion today. The main issue is writers’ compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The Writers Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Well those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.


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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy results are inconclusive. The Australian-born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. Further results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebates, new tax breaks of businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousands to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and bulldozed to march off the border wall. Despite Israel's security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with teargas at a prayer march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They'll start informal discussion today. The main issue is writers’ compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The Writers Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Well those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm NAAMUA DELANEY at the CNN center in Atlanta.Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died.The NewYork medical examiner says the initial all tops results sound inconclusive.The Australian born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon.Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene.He was just 28-years-old.The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests.Those results will be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the ecomomy.Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bicourtzern? house leaders again this afternoon.It will be their second meeting today.They hadn't worked out for a plan yet.Possible elements include individual income tax rebates,new tax breaks of business and extending unemployments benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousands to buy food,fuel and medicine.Militants blew up and boulders do much of the border wall,despite Israel's security concerns,Egypt says it will keep the borders open for now.

In kenya,opposition protestors set a gorvernment building and nearby cars on fire.It happened after police hit them with teargas at a prayer march for vicitims of tribal violence.Former UN Secretary Kofe Annan is a Nairobi,trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table.They'll start informal discussion today.The main issue is writer's compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet.The writer guild now is now withdrawn
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Well those are the headlines this hour.Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

It's still unclear how movie star Heath Ledger died. The New York medical examiner says the initial autopsy results are inconclusive. The Australian-born actor was found unresponsive in his apartment yesterday afternoon. Ledger was pronounced dead at the scene. He was just 28 years old. The medical examiner will perform more toxicology tests. Series results won't be available for a couple of weeks.

Republicans and Democrats are working together on a plan for juicing up the economy. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting with bipartisan House leaders again this afternoon. It will be their second meeting today. They haven't worked out a plan yet. Possible elements include individual income tax rebates, new tax breaks of businesses and extending unemployment benefits.

Residents of Gaza have been pouring into Egypt by the thousands to buy food, fuel and medicine. Militants blew up and boulders much of the border wall. Despite Israel's security concerns, Egypt says it will keep the border open for now.

In Kenya, opposition protesters set a government building and nearby cars on fire. It happened after police hit them with teargas at a prayer march for victims of tribal violence. Former UN Secretary Kofi Annan is in Nairobi, trying to mediate the disputed presidential election that sparked the violence.

Striking writers and studios are back at the bargaining table. They'll start informal discussion today. The main issue is writers’ compensation for movies and TV shows sold on the Internet. The Writers Guild is now withdrawing its demand for unionizing reality and animation show.

Well those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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