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【整理】CNN 2008-06-21  【整理人】cyan

 

Hello, I'm Melissa Long here at the CNN Center in Atlanta, with a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising floodwaters have caused several more levees in Missouri to fail. Local officials in towns north of St. Louis believe even more will likely be swamped before the day is over. Missouri Governor Matt Blunt is expected to speak this afternoon to give an update on the flooding situation in his state.

 

A vote on the Foreign (Intelligence) Electronic Surveillance in the House has passed. The bill permits government eavesdropping on suspected terrorists, the vote: 293 to 129. The bill would likely protect telecommunications companies that help the government eavesdrop on some people without a court order after the 9/11 attacks. Dozens who believe their conversations were illegally monitored have sued the telecom companies. The bill now moves on to the Senate.

 

Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan says President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should come clean about their alleged roles in the leak of the CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity. Testifying today before House Judiciary Committee, McClellan said the president, vice president wanted him to say Cheney's then chief of staff, Lewis Scooter Libby was not involved. Libby was convicted of obstructing a probe into that leak. McClellan says he isn't sure whether any White House officials broke the law. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitters says he was the official who leaked Plame's identity.

 

The economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today. Senator Barack Obama's in Chicago this hour meeting with Democratic governors. The Democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about President Bush's economic polices. The meeting is also a show of unity with former Hillary Clinton's backers attending.

 

Senator John McCain is talking about free trade. He is north of the border in Canada. A campaign spokesperson says the Republican presidential hopeful wants to highlight his view on importance of the US-Canadian relationship. Canada's government has been careful, not to take sides in the presidential race.

 

A second robber, police say, shot a pregnant bank teller, causing her to later lose her twins. And that person is now in police custody. Twenty-nine-year-old Brian Kendrick is charged with attempted murder and two counts of feticide in the April shooting of 30-year-old Catherine Shuffield. Shuffield was five-month pregnant when she was shot in the abdomen during a robbery at a Huntington National Bank branch. Two days after, Shuffield lost her twin girls.

 

Those are the headlines making news at this hour. Do stay with CNN for more on these stories or other news of the day. 
 

[ 本帖最后由 cyan1120 于 2008-6-24 16:10 编辑 ]

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Hello,I'm ** .Here is CNN center at Atalanta with a look what is happening now in the news. Rising waters caused several levees miseraily fail .Local officals in town north the ** also believe even more will ** before this day over .The miserary governer ** expect to speak to give update on the flooding situation in his stay. A vote on the foreign in the electronic surveilance in the house has passed .The bills promise goverment's ease droping on suspected terrace .A vote **,the bill will likely protect the company how the goverment ease the job on some people without the order after nine eleven the tax .Dozens believed the conversation will be legally monitered have sued the companies .The bill will move on the ** Former White house secretary ** president Bush invited vice president ** about the lesual the CIA **** plays the identity .Testifie today before the ** cometie .The ** the vice president wanted him to ** is not involved . The ** was sure that whhite house broke the law .Deputy secretary ** says it was offical who led to identity . The economy is major top for both major candidates today .Senator ** in chicago this hour meeting democratic governers.The democratic presidential hopeful will talk laters about the President Bush 's poicies .The meeting also show unity with former Mr Clinton backers attending . Senator ** is talking about the free tades north the border of Canada . The campaign both says the public presidential hopeful to highlight the his view on the important the relationship .The Canada has been careful not to take sides in the presidential race . A second rober police say shot at preganant bank teller causing her to later lose her twins ,and that person is now in the police's costody .Twenty nine ** were charged with attempted murder in two towns in the Aprial shooting on thirty years old ** .The ** was five month preganant when shot during the robbery at ** national bank branch .After two days ** lost the twin girls . Those are headlines making news at this hour at CNN ,for more new stories and others news the day .
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Hello I'm Melissa long here at the CNN center in Atlanta with a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS

Rising flood water have caused several more levees in Missouri to fail. Local officials in towns northern St Louis believe even more will likely to S before the days over. Missouris governor M. B. is expected to speak this afternoon to give an update on the flooding situation in his state.

A vote on foreign, electronic surveillance, in the house has past the bill permits governments * dropping on suspected terrorist. The vote 293 to 129, the bill would likely protect Tele-communication company that how the government is drop on some people without that court order after the 911 attacks. Dozens to believe their conversations will legally monitor have sued the Telecom companies. The bill not move on the *.

Former White House prime secretary S.P.says President Bush and vise president D. should come clean about their legitial in legals at the CIA after the valuable plans of identity. Testify today before a house * committy.M says president vise president wanna him to say trainees then he said that the Louiss levee was not involved. Levee was * destructing apropos into that leak. M. says he is sure whether any White House officials broke the law. Deputy Secretary R says he was the official who lead plan identity.

The economy is the major topic for both major presidential candidates today .Senator Barrack Obama in Chicago this hour meeting with democratic governors. The democratic presidential hopeful will talk to * leader about President Bush's economic policies. The meeting is also a show of unity with former Hillary Clinton back's attending.

Senator John Mecain is talking about free trade. He is north in the boarder Canada. A campaign is both say the republican presidential hopeful wants the highlight his view on the importance the US-Canadian relationship. Canada government has been careful not to take sides in the presidential race.

The second robber police stated shot a pregnant bank teller causing her to later lose her twins and that person is now in police custody.29 Europe ** B is charge with attentive murder and to accounts a fitted size in the April shooting of 30 road Catherine S.S to * pregnant when she were shot during a robbery at hunting national bank branch.2 days after S lost her twin girls.

Those are the headlines making news at this hour do stay with CNN for more on these stories or other news of the day.

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HW

Hello, I’m Melissa Long here at the CNN center in Atlanta, we’ll look at some of the stories happening now in the news.

Rising flood waters have caused several more levees in Missouri to fail. Local officials in towns north of Saint Louis believe even more will likely be slumped or before the days over. Missouri governor Med Lung is expected to give an update on the flooding situation in his date.

A vote on a foreign and electronic sercalance in the house has passed. The bill permits government ease dropping on suspected terrorists. And the vote, 293 to 129. That bill would likely protect Tele-Communications companies that how the government is // on some people without court order after the 911 attacks. Dozens who believe their conversations were illegally monitored have sued the telecom company. The bill now moved on to the senate.

Former white house pre-secretary Scott McClellan says President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should come clean about their ledged roles in the leak of the CIA upper Valerie Plame’s identity. Testifying today before house judiciary committee, McClellan says the president and vice president wanted him to say Cheney’s went chief of staff, Lewis Scooter Libby was not involved. Libby was convicted of obstructing a probe into that leak. McClellan says he isn’t sure whether there is other white house officials broke the law. Deputy Secretary of the State Richard Armitters says he was the official who leaked Plame’s identity.  

Economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today. Senator Barack Obama’s in Chicago this hour meeting with democratic governors. The democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about PB’s economic polices. The meeting is also with // community with former HC’s backwards attending.

Senator John McCain is talking about free trade, he is in north of the boardroom Canada. A campaign’s spokesman said the republican presidential hopeful wants to highlight his view on importance of the US-Canadian relationship. Canada’s government has been careful, not to take sides in the presidential race.

A second robber-police shot of pregnant bank teller causing her to later losing her twins, and that person is now in police custody. 29 year-old RC is charged with attempted murder and took counts // in the April shooting of 30-year-old Catherine Sharffiet. Sharffiet was five-month pregnant when she was shot in the abdomen during a robbery at a Hontington national bank branch. Two days after, Sharffiet lost her twin girls.

Those are the headlines making news at this hour, do stay with CNN for more in these stories or other news of the day.  

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Hello,I'm Melissa Long . Here is the CNN center at Atalanta , we will look at some of the story happening now in the news.

 

Rising flood waters caused several more levees in M fail .Local officials in town north of S believe even more will likely to  \\ before today’s over .The M governor M.B is expected to speak this afternoon to give update on the flooding situation in his state.

 

A vote on the foreign in the electronic surveillance in the house has passed .The bills permits government's ease dropping on suspected terrorists .A vote 293 to 129,the bill will likely protect the telecommunication companies how the government ease the drop on some people without called order after nine eleven attacks .Dozens believed their conversations will be legally monitored have sued the tele companies .The bill now will move on the senate.

 

Former White house secretary **says president Bush and vice president should con-claim about their ledged role in the leak of CIA operate plays the identity .Testify today before the house judiciary committee .M said the vice president wanted him to say C than chief staff L was not involved . L was convicted of striking a poll into that leak. M says he is sure whether white house officials broke the law .Deputy secretary ** says he was the  official who led plan identity.

 

The economy is major topic for both major presidential candidates today .Senator Barack Obama in Chicago this hour meeting with democratic governors. The democratic presidential hopeful will talk to see leaders about the President Bush 's economic policies .The meeting also show the unity with former Hillary Clinton backers attending . Senator John Macain is talking about the free trades, he is in north of the border of Canada . A campaign spokesman says the public presidential hopeful on the highlight the his view on the importance of the U.S-canadian relationship .  Canada’s government has been careful not to take sides in the presidential race .

 

A second R police say shot at pregnant bank teller causing her to later lose her twins,and that person is now in the police's custody .Twenty-nine-year were charged with attempted murder in two towns in the April shooting on thirty years old C.S .The ** was five month pregnant when shot during the robbery at hunting national bank branch .Two days after S lost her twin girls .

 

Those are headlines making news at this hour, just stay with CNN, for more on this stories and other news of the day .

 

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Hello, I'm Melissa Long, here at the CNN center in Atlanta with a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising flood waters have caused several more levees in Missouri to fail .Local officials in town`s north of Saint Louis /the ** also/ believe even more will likely be swamped before the day is over. /The/ Missouri governor Matt Blunt is expected to speak this afternoon to give an update on the flooding situation in his state.

 

 A vote on the foreign and electronic surveillance in the house has passed. The bills permits governments ease dropping on suspected terrorists. The vote 293-129, the bill would likely protect /the/ telecommunications companies that how the government ease drop /the job/ on some people without a court order after the 9/11 attacks. Dozens who believed their conversations were /be/ illegally monitored have sued the telecom companies .The bill now moves on to the Senate.

 

 

 Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan says President Bush and vice president Dick Cheney should come clean about their * and leak of the CIA Operative Valerie Plame`s /the/ identity. Testifying today before a house judiciary committee, McClellan said the President, vice president wanted him to say Cheney`s van chief of staff Lewis Scooter Libby was not involved. Libby was convicted of abstracting a probe into that leak. McClellan says he isn`t sure whether any White House officials broke the law. Deputy Secretary State Richard Armitage says he was the official who lit plans identity.

 

 The economy is in major top for both major presidential candidates today. Senator Barack Obama`s in Chicago at this hour meeting with democratic governors. The democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about /the/ President Bush’s economic policies. The meeting is also reshowing unity with former Hilary Clinton backers attending. Senator John McCain is talking about the free trade he is north of the *Canada. The campaign`s both * says the Republican presidential hopeful wants to highlight /the/ his view on /the/ importance of the US-Canadian /the/ relationship. /The/ Canada`s government has been careful not to take sides in the presidential race.

 

 A second robber police say shot a pregnant bank teller causing her to later lose her twins, and that person is now in /the/ police's custody. Twenty nine year old Brian Kendrick is charged with attempted murder in two * in the April shooting of thirty year/s/ old Catherine Sheffield. Sheffield was five month pregnant when she was shot * during the robbery at the Huntington National Bank branch. /After/ Two days after Sheffield lost her twin girls.

 

 Those are the headlines making news at this hour, do stay with CNN for more on these /news/ stories or others news of the day.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-6-21 12:00 编辑 ]

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by 翩然

 

Hello, I’m Melissa Long here at the CNN center in Atlanta, we’ll look at some of the stories happening now in the news.

 

Rising flood waters have caused several more levees in Missouri to fail. Local officials in towns north of Saint Louis believe even more will likely be slumped or before the days is over. Missouri governor Med Lung is expected to speak this afternoon to give an update on the flooding situation in his state.

 

A vote on a foreign and electronic surveillance in the house has passed. The bill permits government ease dropping on suspected terrorists. And the vote, 293 to 129. The bill would likely protect Tele-Communications companies that how the government is drop on some people without court order after the 911 attacks. Dozens who believe their conversations were illegally monitored have sued the telecom companies. The bill now moved on to the senate.

 

Former white house pre-secretary Scott McClellan says President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should come clean about their ledged roles in the leak of the CIA upper Valerie Plame’s identity. Testifying today before house judiciary committee, McClellan said the president and vice president wanted him to say Cheney’s went chief of staff, Lewis Scooter Libby was not involved. Libby was convicted of obstructing a probe into that leak. McClellan says he isn’t sure whether any white house officials broke the law. Deputy Secretary of the State Richard Armitters says he was the official who leaked Plame’s identity. 

 

Economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today. Senator Barack Obama’s in Chicago this hour meeting with democratic governors. The democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about President Bush’s economic polices. The meeting is also a show of unity with former Hillary Clinton’s backwards attending.

 

Senator John McCain is talking about free trade, he is in north of the border Canada. A campaign’s spokesman said the republican presidential hopeful wants to highlight his view on importance of the US-Canadian relationship. Canada’s government has been careful, not to take sides in the presidential race.

 

A second robber-police say shot a pregnant bank teller causing her to later losing her twins, and that person is now in police custody. 29 year-old Brian Kendrick is charged with attempted murder and two counts of feticide in the April shooting of 30-year-old Catherine Sharffiet. Sharffiet was five-month pregnant when she was shot in the abdomen during a robbery at a Hontington national bank branch. Two days after, Sharffiet lost her twin girls.

 

Those are the headlines making news at this hour, do stay with CNN for more in these stories or other news of the day. 

 

[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-6-21 20:40 编辑 ]
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homework

已改为homework

by 翩然

 

Hello, I’m Melissa Long here at the CNN center in Atlanta with a look at some of the stories happening Now In The News.

 

Rising flood waters have caused several more levees in Missouri to fail. Local officials in towns north of Saint Louis believe even more will likely be swamped  before the day's over. Missouri governor Med Lung is expected to speak this afternoon to give an update on the flooding situation in his state.

 

A vote on a foreign and electronic surveillance in the House has passed. The bill permits government eavesdropping on suspected terrorists. And the vote, 293 to 129. The bill would likely protect tele-communications companies that help the government eavesdrop on some people without a court order after the 911 attacks. Dozens who believe their conversations were illegally monitored have sued the telecom companies. The bill now moved on to the Senate.

 

Former White House Pre-secretary Scott McClellan says President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should come clean about their alleged roles in the leak of the CIA operative Valerie Plame’s identity. Testifying today before House Judiciary Committee, McClellan said the president and vice president wanted him to say Cheney’s then chief of staff, Lewis Scooter Libby was not involved. Libby was convicted of obstructing a probe into that leak. McClellan says he isn’t sure whether any White House officials broke the law. Deputy Secretary of the State Richard Armitters says he was the official who leaked Plame’s identity. 

 

Economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today. Senator Barack Obama’s in Chicago this hour meeting with Democratic governors. The Democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about President Bush’s economic polices. The meeting is also a show of unity with former Hillary Clinton’s backwards attending.

 

Senator John McCain is talking about free trade, he is in north of the border Canada. A campaign spokesperson says the Republican presidential hopeful wants to highlight his view on importance of the US-Canadian relationship. Canada’s government has been careful, not to take sides in the presidential race.

 

A second robber,police say shot a pregnant bank teller causing her to later lose her twins, and that person is now in police custody. 29 year-old Brian Kendrick is charged with attempted murder and two counts of feticide in the April shooting of 30-year-old Catherine Sharffiet. Sharffiet was five-month pregnant when she was shot in the abdomen during a robbery at a Huntington National Bank branch. Two days after, Sharffiet lost her twin girls.

 

Those are the headlines making news at this hour, do stay with CNN for more in these stories or other news of the day. 

[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-6-21 20:41 编辑 ]
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hw

Hello, I’m Melissa Long here at the CNN center in Atlanta, with a  look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

1.Rising floodwaters have caused several more levees in Missouri to fail. Local officials in towns Northern St. Louis believe even more will likely _before the day is over. Missouri governor Matt Blunt is expected to speak this afternoon to give an update on the flooding situation in his state.

 

2.A vote on foreign and electronic surveillance in the House has passed. The Bill Permits Government eavesdropping on suspected terrorists. And the vote, 293 to 129. The Bill would likely protect Tele-Communications companies that how the government eavesdrop on some people without a court order after the 9.11 attacks. Dozens to believe their conversations were illegally monitored have sued the telecom companies. The Bill now moved on to the senate.

 

3.Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan says President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should come clean about their ledged roles in the leak of the CIA  Operative Valerie Plame’s identity. Testifying today before House Judiciary Committee.McClellan said the president /vice president wanted him to say Cheney’s went chief of staff, Lewis Scooter Libby was not involved. Libby was convicted of obstructing a probe into that leak. McClellan says he isn’t sure whether any White House officials broke the law. Deputy Secretary of the State Richard Armitters says he was the official who leaked Plame’s identity.

 

4.Economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today. Senator Barack Obama is in Chicago this hour meeting with Democratic governors. The Democratic presidential hopeful will talks to state leaders about President Bush’s economic polices. The meeting is also a show of unity with former Hillary Clinton’s backers attending.Senator John McCain is talking about free trade, he is in north of the border Canada. A campaign’s spokesperson says the Republican presidential hopeful wants to highlight his view on importance of the US-Canadian relationship. Canada’s government has been careful, not to take sides in the presidential race.

 

5.The second robber police say shot a pregnant bank teller causing her to later losing her twins, and that person is now in police custody. 29 year-old Brian Kendrick is charged with attempted murder and two counts of feticide in the April shooting of 30-year-old Katherin Shuffield. Shuffield was five months pregnant when she was shot in the abdomen during a robbery at a Hontington National Bank Branch. Two days after, Shuffield lost her twin girls.

 

Those are the headlines making news at this hour, do stay with CNN for more on these stories or other news of the day. 

 

 
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[ 本帖最后由 mama121 于 2008-6-21 18:25 编辑 ]
after the rains , the land  was green with new growth , and it is a topic near and dear to my heart
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Hello,I'm Melissa Long . Here is the CNN center at Atalanta , we will look at some of the story happening now in the news.

Rising flood waters caused several more levees in M fail .Local officials in town north of S believe even more will likely be slumped  before today’s over .The M governor M.B is expected to speak this afternoon to give update on the flooding situation in his state.

A vote on the foreign in the electronic surveillance in the house has passed .The bills permits government's ease dropping on suspected terrorists .A vote 293 to 129,the bill will likely protect the telecommunication companies that how the government ease /the/ drop on some people without called order after nine eleven attacks .Dozens believed their conversations will be legally monitored have sued the telecom companies .The bill now will move on the sene.

Former White house secretary Scott Mcclellan says president Bush and vice president Dick Cheney  should con-claim about their ledged role in the leak of CIA operate plays the identity .Testify today before the house judiciary committee .M said the president and vice president wanted him to say Cheney’s  than chief staff L was not involved . L was convicted of structing a probe into that leak. M says he is sure whether any white house officials broke the law .Deputy secretary ** says he was the  official who led plan identity.

The economy is major topic for both major presidential candidates today .Senator Barack Obama in Chicago this hour meeting with democratic governors. The democratic presidential hopeful will talk to six leaders about the President Bush 's economic policies .The meeting also show the unity with former Hillary Clinton backers attending . Senator John Macain is talking about the free trades, he is in north of the border of Canada . A campaign spokesman says the public presidential hopeful on the highlight the his view on the importance of the U.S-canadian relationship .  Canada’s government has been careful not to take sides in the presidential race .

A second R police say shot at pregnant bank teller causing her to later lose her twins,and that person is now in the police's custody .Twenty-nine-year were charged with attempted murder in two towns** in the April shooting on thirty years old C.S .The ** was five month pregnant when shot during the robbery at hunting national bank branch .Two days after S lost her twin girls .

Those are headlines making news at this hour, just stay with CNN, for more new stories or other news of the day

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HW

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Hello,I'm Melissa Long . Here at the CNN center in Atalanta , with a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising floodwaters have caused several more levees in Missouri to fail .Local officials in towns Northern St.Louis believe even more will likely / before today is over . Missouri governor Matt Blunt is expected to speak this afternoon to give an update on the flooding situation in his state.

 

A vote on foreign and electronic surveillance in the House has passed .The Bill Permits Government eavesdropping on suspected terrorists .And the vote 293 to 129,the Bill would likely protect telecommunications companies that how the government eavesdrop on some people without a court order after the 9.11 attacks .Dozens to believed their conversations will  legally monitored have sued the telecom companies .The Bill now will move on to the senate.

 

Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan says President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should con-claim/ about their ledged /roles in the leak of CIA Operative Valerie Plame’s identity .Testifying today before the House Judiciary Committee .McClellan said the Vice President wanted him to say Cheney’s / chief of staff, Lewis Scooter Libby was not involved . Libby was convicted of obstructing a probe into that leak. McClellan says he isn’t sure whether any White House officials broke the law .Deputy secretary of the state Richard Armitage says he was the  official who leaked Plame’s identity.

 

The economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today .Senator Barack Obama is in Chicago this hour meeting with Democratic governors. The Democratic presidential hopeful will talks to state leaders about the President Bush 's economic policies .The meeting is also a show of  unity with former Hillary Clinton backers attending . Senator John Macain is talking about the free trades, he is in north of the border of Canada . A campaign spokesperson says the Republican presidential hopeful wants to highlight his view on importance of the U.S-Canadian relationship .  Canada’s government has been careful ,not to take sides in the presidential race .

 

The second robber  police say shot a pregnant bank teller causing her to later losing her twins,and that person is now in police's custody .Twenty-nine-year old Brian Kendrick is charged with attempted murder  and two counts of feticide in the April shooting of thirty years old Katherin Shuffield. .Shuffield was five months pregnant when she was  shot in  the abdomen during the robbery at a Hontington National Bank Branch .Two days after ,Shuffield lost her twin girls .

 

Those are headlines making news at this hour, do stay with CNN, for more on these stories and other news of the day .

[ 本帖最后由 mama121 于 2008-6-21 18:24 编辑 ]
after the rains , the land  was green with new growth , and it is a topic near and dear to my heart

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Hello, I'm Melissa Long here at CNN center in Atalanta. We'll look at some of the stories happening in Now In The News.

 

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A vote on foreign and electronic surveillance in House has passed. The bill permits government ease dropping on suspected terrorists.And the vote 293 to 129. The bill will likely protect telemunications companies that help the government ease drop on some people without a court order after the 9/11 attack. Dozens who belived their conversations were illegally monitored have sued the telecom companies. The bill now moves on to the Senate. Former Whitehouse Foreign Secretary ...said president Bush and vice-president..should come clean about their led roles in the leak of CIA operator.....'s identity. Testifying today berfore House Judiciary Committe, M..said the president and vice-wanted him say ....Libby was not involed..Libby was convied of destructing a probe into that leak. M says he is in sure whether any Whitehouse officals broke the law. Deputy Secretary say, Richal A.. says he was the offical who leaked ..'s identity.

 

Economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today.Senator Barack Obamma in Chicago this hour meeting with democratic governors.The democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about President Bush's ecomomic policies. The meeting is also a show of unity with former ..'s attending. Snator John McCain is talking about free trade. He is in the north border with Canada. A campaign spokesperson says the republic presidential hopeful..to highlight his view on the importance of US Canadian relationship. Canada Government has been careful not to take a side in the presidential race.

 

The second robber, police said shot a pregnant bank-teller,causing her to later loose her twins and the person now is in police custody. 29 year-old Brain..is charged with attemped-murder and two counts of feticide in the April shooting of 30-year-old Catherine.... ....was pregnant when was shot in the abdomen during a robbery at ....National Bank Branch.Two days fater, S.. lost her twin girls.

 

Those are the headlines making news this hour,do stay with CNN for more new stories or other nwes of the day.

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Homework

 

Hello,I'm Melissa Long here at the CNN Center in Atlanta with a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS

 

Rising floodwaters had caused several more levees in Missouri to fail.Local officials in towns of northern St.Louis believe even more will likely be swamped before the day is over.Missouri Governor Matt Blunt is expected to speak this afternoon to given update on the flooding situation in his state.

 

A vote on foreign into electronic surveillance in the House has passed.The bill permits government eavesdroping on suspected terrorists.The vote 293-129.The bill would likely protect telecommunication's companies that how the governemnt eavesdrop on some people without pre-order after the 9.11 attacks.Dozens who believed their conversations were illegally monitored have sued the telecom companies.The bill now move on to the Senate.

 

Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan says President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should Conclean about their alledged roles in the leak of the CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity.Testifying today before a House Judiciary Committee.McClellan said the president,vice president wanted him to say Cheney's then chief of staff,Lewis "Scotter" Libby was not involved.Libby was convicted of obstructing a probe into that leak .McClellan says he isn't sure whether any White House officials broke the law.Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage says he was the offical who leaked Plame's identity.

 

The economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today.Senator Barack Obama is in Chicago this hour meeting with Democratic governors.The Democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about President Bush's economic policies.The meeting is also a show of unity with former Hillary Clinton backers attending.Senator John McCain is talking about free trade,he is in north border of Canada.A campaignspokes person says the Republican presidential hopeful wants to highlight his view on importance of the US and Canadian relationship.Canada's governor has been careful,not to take sides in the presidential race.

 

A second robber police say shot a pregnant bank teller,causing her to later losing her twins.And this person is now in police custody.29-year-old Brain Kendrick is charged with attempted murder and two counts of feticide in the April shooting of 30-year-old Kathrine Shuffield.Shuffield was 5 months pregnant when she was shot in the abdomen during the robbery at a Huntington National Bank Branch.Two day after,Shuffield lost her twin girls.

 

Those are the headlines making news at this hour.Do stay with CNN for more on these stories or other news of the day.

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1. Rising flood water has caused several more levees in Missouri to fall. Local officials in town's north of Saint Louis believe even more will likely be swamped before the day is over. Missouri governor matt blunt is expected to speak this afternoon to give an update on the flooding situation on the flooding situation in his state.

 

2. A vote on the foreign and electronic surveillance in house has passed. the bill permits governments eavesdropping on suspected terrorists. The vote 193-129, the bill would likely protect the telecommunications companies that help government eavesdrop on some people without court order after the 9.11 attack. Dozens who believed their conversations were illegally monitored have sued the telecom companies. The bill now moves on to the senate.

 

3. Former white house pre-secretary Scott McClellan says president bush and vice president dick Cheney should come clean about their alleged role in the leak of the CIA operate Balerie Plame's identity. Testifying today before house judiciary committee, McClellan said the president, vice president wanted him to say Cheney than chief staff Lewis scooter Libby was not involved. Libby was convicted of structing a probe into that leak. McClellan says he is sure whether any white house officials broke the law. Deputy secretary Richard Armitage says he was the official who leaked Plame's identity.

 

4. The economy is major topic for both major presidential candidates today. Senator Barack Obama is in Chicago at this hour meeting with democratic governors. the democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about president bush's economic policies. The meeting is also a show of unity with former Hilary Clinton backwards attending. Senator John McCain is talking about the free trade he is north of the border Canada. a campaign spokesperson says the republic presidential hopeful on the highlight his view on the importance of the us-Candida relationship. Canada’s government has been careful not to take sides in the presidential race.

 

5. A second robber, police say shot a pregnant bank teller causing her to later lose her twins. and that person is now in police custody. 29 year-old Brian Kendrick is charged with attempted murder and two counts of feticide in the April shooting of 30 year-old Katherine Sheffield. Sheffield was five months pregnant when she was shot in the abdomen during a robbery at a hunting national bank branch. two days after Sheffield lost her twin girls.

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Hello, I'm Melissa Long. Here at the CNN Center in Atlanta, with a look at some of the stories happing NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising floodwaters have caused several levees in Missouri to fail. Local officials in towns north of St. Louis believe even more were likely to swamped before the days over. Missouri Governor M B is expected to speak this afternoon to give update on the flood situation in his sate.

 

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Former White House Press Secretary S M says President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should come clean about their alleged rules in the leak of a CIA operative *’s identity. Testifying today before a House Judiciary Committee, M said the president and vice president wanted to say "Cheney's * staff * was not involved."  * was convicted of instructing approve into that leak. M says he isn't sure whether any White House officials broke the law. Deputy Secretary * says he was the official who * police identity.

 

Economy is a major topic for both major presidential candidates today. Senator Barack Obama is in Chicago this hour meeting with Democratic governors. The Democratic presidential hopeful will talk to state leaders about President Bush's economic policy. The meeting is also a show the unity with former Hillary Clinton backers attending. Senator John McCain is talking about free trade. He is in north border Canada. A campaign spokesperson says the Republican hopeful is on the highlight his view on importance of the US-Canadian relationship. Canada’s government has been careful not to be take sides in the presidential run.

 

A second robber police * shot a pregnant bank teller, causing her to later lose two twins. And that person is now in police custody. Twenty-nine-year-old B C is charged with attempt murder and to counts a feticide in the April shooting of 30-year-old C S. S was five-month pregnant when she was shot in * during a robbery at * Intentional Bank branch two days after * lose her * girls.

 

Those are the headline making news at this hour. Do stay with CNN for more on these stories or other news of the day. 

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