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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The President stated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all signs are pointing to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today's Wall Street Journal is reporting that some investors are concerned the market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cut. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all-time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year. It also was the second straight year of large declines from the record paste of 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. A government report blamed the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Phong giant AT&T and Verizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argue that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accused of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing about seven billion dollars in bad trades. Can you believe it? Seven billion. He allegedly hacked into companies and faked email and documents in order to hide the trades.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day.
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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The president slated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are reporting to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today's Wall Street Journalist reporting that some investors are concerned in the market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cuts. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sells of new homes at an all time low, a new report showing that home sells were down more than 26% last year. It also was the second straight year of large declines from the record phased in 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. The government report blamed the poor showing on sum, continuing problems in the mortgage market.

B/ giant AT&T and Horizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argued that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a traitor accused of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing, about seven billion dollars in back trade. Can you believe it? Seven billion. He allegedly hacked into the company and faked email and documents in order to hide the trade.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on this stories and other news of the day.
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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The president slated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are reporting to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today's Wall Street Journalist reporting that some investors are concerned in the market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cuts. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year. It also was the second straight year of large declines from the record paste of 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. A government report blamed the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Bong giant AT&T and Horizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argued that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accused of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing, about seven billion dollars in bad trades. Can you believe it? Seven billion. He allegedly hacked into / companies and faked email and documents in order to hide the trades.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on this stories and other news of the day.


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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The President slated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are reporting to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reseve meets last week. Today's Wall Street Journalist reporting that some investors are concerned in market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cut. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quaters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1928.

Sales of new homes at an all-time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year and also was the second straight year of large declines from the record paste of 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. A Government report blamed the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Bong Giant AT&T and Horizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argue that price flexibility is essential to make compatitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been fired a trader accused commiting seven billion dollars in bank fold. French police say today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing about 7 billion dollars in bad trades. Can you believe it? Seven billion ? He allegedly hack into companies and faked email and documents in order to hide the trades.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on this stories and other news of the day.
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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The President slated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are reporting to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today's Wall Street Journalist reporting that some investors are concerned in the market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cut. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all-time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year. It also was the second straight year of large declines from the record paste of 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. A government report blamed the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Bong giant AT&T and Horizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argue that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accused of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing, about seven billion dollars in bad trades. Can you believe it? Seven billion. He allegedly hacked into companies and faked email and documents in order to hide the trades.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on this stories and other news of the day.


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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The president slated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are reporting to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today's Wall Street Journalist reporting that some investors are concerned in the market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cuts. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year. It also was the second straight year of large declines from the record paste of 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. A government report blamed the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Phone giant AT&T and Horizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argued that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accused of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing, about seven billion dollars in bad trades. Can you believe it? Seven billion. He allegedly hacked into / companies and faked email and documents in order to hide the trades.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on this stories and other news of the day.
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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The president slated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are reporting to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today's Wall Street Journalist reporting that some investors are concerned in the market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cuts. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year. It also was the second straight year of large declines from the record phase in 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. The government report blamed the poor showing on sum, continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Bon joy. AT&T and verizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argued that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a traider accused of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing, about seven billion dollars in bad trade. Can you believe it? Seven billion. He allegedly hacked into the companies and faked email and documents in order to hide the trade.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day.
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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The President slated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are pointing to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today's Wall Street Journalist reporting that some investors are concerned in the market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cut. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all-time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year. It also was the second straight year of large declines from the record paste of 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. A government report blamed the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Phong giant AT&T and Horizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argue that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accused of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing, about seven billion dollars in bad trades. Can you believe it? Seven billion. He allegedly hacked into companies and faked email and documents in order to hide the trades.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on this stories and other news of the day.
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Glad you 're with us everyone I'm Catherine Callway at the CNN center.Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS

Tonight,President Bush will give his last State of Union address.The president stated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses.He's expected to talk about 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business said he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all signs are reporting to another interest rate cut when the Federal Reserve meet this week.Today,the Wall Street Journal is reporting that some investors are concerned the market just didn't have a big rebound after last week's rates cut.The Fed slashed the key interest rate 3 quarters of a percentage point, that's largest since 1982.

Sales of new home at an all time low.A new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year.It also was the second street year of largest declines from the record page of 2005 which marked the end of the buildiing boom.The government report blamed the poor showing on some continuous problems in the mortgage market.

Phone giant AT&T horizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features.The companies argue that price flexibility is essential to remain in competitive with Internet base phone services,many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accuse of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud.French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud.He is accused of costing about 7 billion dollars in bad trade.Can you believe it? 7,000,000,000? He allegedly hack in the companies and fake E-mail and documents in order to hide the trades.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour.Stay with CNN ,for more on these stories and other news of the day.
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Tonight, President Bush will give his last State of Union address. The president stated to focus more on the ecomony this time than any of his previous addresses. He is expected to talk about the 150 million stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business he wants to accomplish before he leave his office.

And all sites are pointing to another interest rate cut when the federal reserve meets this week. Today Wall Street Journalists are reporting that some investors are concerning that the market just didnot have a rebound after last week's rate cut. The Fed slashed the key interest rate 3 quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all time low. A new report shows the home sales were down more than 26% last year and also was the second straight Europe largest decline from the recorded paste of 2005 which marks the ending of the building boom. The government reports blame the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Phone gaint AT&T and Horizon are raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argue that price flexbility is the central to remain competative with internat based telephone services many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accusing of committing seven billion dollors in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing about 7 billion dollars in bad trade. Can you believe it? 70 billion. He allegedly hack in the companies and fake E-mail and doucments in order to hide the trade.
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Glad, you are with us everyone. I’m C C at the CNN center. Here’s a look at what’s happening now on the new.

Tonight President Bush will give his last state of the union address. The president slated the focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous stresses. It’s expected to talk about 150 billion dollars to stimulate this plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

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Phone giant AT&T and Horizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies agued that price for flexibility is essential to remain the competitive for the internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Chargers have been filed against a trader accused a committing 7 billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged G * * with attempted fraud. He’s accused of costing about 7 billion dollars in bad trade. Can you believe it 7 billion? He allegedly hacked the companies and faked the E-mail and documents in order to hide the trades.

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Glad you're with us everyone! I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The president stated to focus more on the economy this time than in any his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 115 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are reporting to another interest rate cut when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today' Wall Street journalist is reporting that some investors are concerned the market just didn't have a big rebound after last week's rate cut. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than twenty-six percent last year and also was the second straight year of large declines from the record pays 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. The government report blamed the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Phone giant AT&T and Verizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argue that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable televising providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accused of committing seven billion dollars in big fraud. French police said today they have charged / with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing about seven billion dollars in bad trades. Can you believe it, seven billion? He allegedly hacked into companies and faked email and a document in order to high the trades.

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Glad you're with us everyone. I'm Catherine Callaway at the CNN Center. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union Address. The President slated to focus more on the economy this time than in any of his previous addresses. He's expected to talk about the 150 billion dollars stimulus plan as well as some unfinished business that he wants to accomplish before he leaves office.

And all sites are pointing to another interest rate cut, when the Federal Reserve meets this week. Today's Wall Street Journalist reporting that some investors are concerned in the market, just didn't have a bigger rebound after last week's rate cut. The Fed slashed the key interest rate three quarters of a percentage point. That's the largest since 1982.

Sales of new homes at an all-time low, a new report showing that home sales were down more than 26% last year. It also was the second straight year of large declines from the record paste of 2005 which marked the end of the building boom. A government report blamed the poor showing on some continuing problems in the mortgage market.

Phong giant AT&T and Verizon raising prices on some of their most popular calling features. The companies argue that price flexibility is essential to remain competitive with Internet-based phone services, many of which are operated by cable television providers.

Charges have been filed against a trader accused of committing seven billion dollars in bank fraud. French police said today they have charged Jerome Kerviel with attempted fraud. He is accused of costing, about seven billion dollars in bad trades. Can you believe it? Seven billion. He allegedly hacked into companies and faked email and documents in order to hide the trades.

That's a quick look at what's making news for you this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day.
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Tonight President Bush will give his last State of the Union address. The president / to focus more on the economy this time than any of his previous addresses. He is expected to talk about the $150 billion stimulus plan as well as some unfinished businesses he wants to accomplish before he leaves the office.

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