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Hey good morning to you from the CNN Center in Atlanta.I'm Reggie Aqui.Here are some of the headlines NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The economy,ofcourse is still issue No.1 on the campaign trail.The presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Senator John McCain is laying on his proposals in a speech before the National Small Business Summit in Washington .He wants to ascend the administraion tax cuts and make it harder to raise taxes.McCain proposes a variety of tax breaks for entrepreneurs and corporations.He says that will generate more jobs.

 

President Bush kicks off the first leg of what likely be his final European tour as President.He's currently in Slovenia where he'll take part in the annual US-European Union Summit.More leaders are expected today issued a joint statement to Iran,warning Tehran it could face more sanctions if it refuses to give up its nuclear program .They'll also discuss the rising price of oil and Afghanistan.

 

And speak of the oil,big oil companies could be facing a new windfall tax.A vote is expected in the Senate today .Senate Democrats are in favor of the tax on the five biggest US oil companies.They also wanna take back 17 billion dollars in Tax breaks.Republicans oppose the plan.

 

Americans start to change their driving and commuting habits because of the price of gas,bu that gas price continues to go up.AAA reports the average price for a gallon of regular is now 4 dollars and four cents.Twenty three states and WashingtonD.C now have average gas prices above 4 bucks.

 

It will be another scorcher as temperatures flirt with the 100 degree mark along the East Coast.In NewYork city,the mercury,(excuse me),reaches 99 degrees at Yankee stadium yesterday.Officials with New England's power grid are expecting at tight supply of electricity today.

 

And that's a quick look at what is making news this hour.Please stick with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

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Good morning to you, from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Riggie Aqui. Here are some of the headlines NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The economy of course is still issue number one on the campaign trail. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCian is laying out his proposals in his speech before the National Small-Business Summit in Washington. He wants to * an administration's tax cuts and make it harder to raise taxes. McCain proposals a * of taxes breaks on * in corporations. He says that will generate more jobs.

 

President Bush kicks off the first leg of what will likely be his final European tour as president. He's currently in Slovenia where he will take apart in the annual US-European Union Summit. World leaders are expected to issue a joint statement to Iran, warning Teheran it could face more sanctions if it refuses to give up its nuclear program. They will also discuss the rising price of oil and Afghanistan.

 

And speak of oil, big oil companies could be facing a new windfall tax. A ball is expected in the Senate today. Senator Democrats are favor of the tax on the five biggest US oil companies. They also want to take back 17 billion dollars in tax breaks. Republicans oppose the plan.

 

Americans start to change their traveling and commuting habits because of the price of gas. But that gas price continues to go up. AAA reports the average price for a gallon of regular is now $4.04. Twenty-three states and Washington, D.C. now have average gas price above 4 bucks.

 

It will be another scorcher as temperatures flew with the 100 degree mark along the East Coast. In New York City the *, the * (excuse me) reach 99 degrees at Yankee Stadium yesterday. Officials with New England Power Grid are expecting a tighter supply of electricity today.

     

And that's a quick look at what making news this hour. Please stick with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

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Hey, good morning to you from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Here are some of the headlines NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The economy, of course, is still issue No.1 on the campaign trail. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Senator John McCain, is laying out his proposals in a speech before the National Small Business Summit in Washington. He wants to extend the administration's tax cuts and make it harder to raise taxes. McCain proposes a variety of tax breaks for entrepreneurs and corporations. He says that will generate more jobs.

 

President Bush kicks off the first leg of what will likely be his final European tour as president. He is currently in Slovenia where he will take part in the annual US-European Union Summit. World leaders are expected to issue a joint statement to Iran, warning Tehran it could face more sanctions if it refuses to give up its nuclear program. They'll also discuss the rising price of oil and Afghanistan.

 

And speak of oil, big oil companies could be facing a new windfall tax. A vote is expected in the Senate today. Senate Democrats are in \ favor of the tax on the five biggest US oil companies. They also want to take back 17 billion dollars in tax breaks. Republicans oppose the plan.

 

Americans start to change their driving and commuting habits because of the price of gas. But that gas price continues to go up. AAA reports the average price for a gallon of regular is now $4.04. Twenty three states and Washington D.C. now have average gas prices above 4 bucks.

 

It will be another scorcher as temperatures flirt with the 100-degree mark along the East Coast. In New York City, the mercury reached 99 degrees at Yankee Stadium yesterday. Officials with New England's power grid are expecting a tight supply of electricity today.

 

And that's a quick look at what's making news this hour. Please stick with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

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Hey, good morning to you from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Here are some of the headlines NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The economy of course is still issued No.1 on the campaign trail. The presumptive Republican presedential nominee Senator John McCain is laying out his proposals in a speech before the National Small Business Summit in Washington. He wants to extend administration's tax cuts and make it harder to raise taxes. McCain proposes a variaty of tax breaks for entrepreneurs and coorperations. He says that'll generate more jobs.

 

President Bush kicks off the first leg of what will likely be his final European tour as president. He's currently in Slovenia where he'll take part in the annual US-European Unions Summit. World leaders are expected to the issue they drawing statement to Iran, warning to Iran they could face more sanctions if it refuses to give up its nuclear program. They also discussed the rising price of oil and Afghanistan.

 

And speak of the oil. Big oil companies could be facing a new windfall tax. A vote is expected to the Senate today. Senate Democrats are in favor of the tax on the five biggest US oil companies. They also want to take back 17 billion dollars in tax breaks. Republicans oppose the plan.

 

Americans start to change their driving and commuting habits because of the price of gas. But that gas price continues to go up.

AAA reports the average price for a gallon of regular is now $4.04.

23 states and Washington D.C now have average gas price above 4 bucks.

 

It will be another scorcher as temperatures flirt with the 100-degree mark along the east coast. In New York city, the mercury reached 99 degrees at Yankee Stadium yesterday. Officials with New England's power grid are expecting a tight supply of electricity today.

 

And that’s a quick look at what is making news this hour. Please stick with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

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Hey, good morning to you from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Here are some of the headlines NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

1.The economy, of course, is still Issue No.1 on the campaign trail. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Senator John McCain, is laying out his proposals in a speech before the National Small Business Summit in Washington. He wants to extend the administration's tax cuts and make it harder to raise taxes. McCain proposes a variety of tax breaks for entrepreneurs and corporations. He says that will generate more jobs.

 

2.President Bush kicks off the first leg of what will likely be his final European tour as president. He is currently in Slovenia where he will take part in the annual US-European Union Summit. World leaders are expected to issue a joint statement to Iran, warning Tehran it could face more sanctions if it refuses to give up its nuclear program. They'll also discuss the rising price of oil and Afghanistan.

 

3.And speak of oil, big oil companies could be facing a new windfall tax. A vote is expected in the Senate today. Senate Democrats are in favor of the tax on the five biggest US oil companies. They also want to take back 17 billion dollars in tax breaks. Republicans oppose the plan.

 

4.Americans start to change their driving and commuting habits because of the price of gas. But that gas price continues to go up. AAA reports the average price for a gallon of regular is now $4.04. Twenty three states and Washington D.C. now have average gas prices above 4 bucks.

 

5.It will be another scorcher as temperatures flirt with the 100-degree mark along the East Coast. In New York City, the mercury reached 99 degrees at Yankee Stadium yesterday. Officials with New England's power grid are expecting a tight supply of electricity today.

 

 

And that's a quick look at what's making news in this hour,Pls stick with CNN ,for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

 

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HW Hey, good morning to you from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Here are some of the headlines NOW IN THE NEWS. The economy, of course, is still Issue No. 1 on the campaign trail. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Senator John McCain, is laying out his proposals in a speech before the National Small Business Summit in Washington. He wants to extend the administration's tax cuts and make it harder to raise taxes. McCain proposes a variety of tax breaks for entrepreneurs and corporations. He says that will generate more jobs. President Bush kicks off the first leg of what will likely be his final European tour as president. He is currently in Slovenia where he will take part in the annual US-European Union Summit. World leaders are expected to issue a joint statement to Iran, warning Tehran it could face more sanctions if it refuses to give up its nuclear program. They'll also discuss the rising price of oil and Afghanistan. And speak of oil, big oil companies could be facing a new windfall tax. A vote is expected in the Senate today. Senate Democrats are in favor of the tax on the 5 [/COLOR]biggest US oil companies. They also want to take back 17 billion dollars in tax breaks. Republicans oppose the plan. Americans start to change their driving and commuting habits because of the price of gas. But that gas price continues to go up. AAA reports the average price for a gallon of regular is now 4 dollars and 4 cents, 23 [/COLOR]states and Washington D. C. now have average gas prices above 4 bucks. It will be another scorcher as temperatures flirt with the 100-degree mark along the East Coast. In New York City, the mercury reached 99 degrees at Yankee Stadium yesterday. Officials with New England's power grid are expecting a tight supply of electricity today. And that's a quick look at what is [/COLOR]making news this hour. Please stick with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.
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Hey, good morning to you from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Here are some of the headlines NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The economy, of course, is still Issue No.1 on the campaign trail. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Senator John McCain, is laying out his proposals in a speech before the National Small Business Summit in Washington. He wants to extend the administration's tax cuts and make it harder to raise taxes. McCain proposes a variety of tax breaks for entrepreneurs and corporations. He says that will generate more jobs.

 

President Bush kicks off the first leg of what will likely be his final European tour as president. He is currently in Slovenia where he will take part in the annual US-European Union Summit. World leaders are expected to issue a joint statement to Iran, warning Tehran it could face more sanctions if it refuses to give up its nuclear program. They'll also discuss the rising price of oil and Afghanistan.

 

And speak of oil, big oil companies could be facing a new windfall tax. A vote is expected in the Senate today. Senate Democrats are in favor of the tax on the five biggest US oil companies. They also want to take back 17 billion dollars in tax breaks. Republicans oppose the plan.

 

Americans start to change their driving and commuting habits because of the price of gas. But that gas price continues to go up. AAA reports the average price for a gallon of regular is now $4.04. Twenty three states and Washington D.C. now have average gas prices above 4 bucks.

 

It will be another scorcher as temperatures flirt with the 100-degree mark along the East Coast. In New York City, the mercury reached 99 degrees at Yankee Stadium yesterday. Officials with New England's power grid are expecting a tight supply of electricity today.

 

And that's a quick look at what's making news this hour. Please stick with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

 

1.lay out   v    摆开, 展示, 布置, 安排, 投资

2.entrepreneur  n <>企业家, 主办人

3.corporation  n []社团, 法人, 公司, 企业, <>有限公司, (, 镇的)自治机关, <>大肚皮

4.sanction  n 批准, 同意, 支持, 制裁, 认可  v批准, 同意, 支持, 鼓励, 认可

5.windfall  n 被风吹落的果子(尤指苹果), 横财

6.scorcher   n 大热天  scorch  v  烧焦, 枯萎  n.烧焦, 焦痕, 枯黄

7.mercury  n 水银, , [罗神]墨丘利神(众神的信使)

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