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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

The US government will pay nearly six million dollars to settle a lawsuit related to the FBI's investigation of  the anthrax attacks of 2001. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports.

 

The settlement ends a four-year case brought by bioweapons expert Steven Hatfill. The FBI described  Hatfill as a person of interest in its investigation after searches of his house appeared on television and his name appeared in the press. Hatfill accused government officials of intentionally leaking information about him. The case eventually involved journalists who were asked to reveal their sources. The government is not admitting any wrongdoing in the settlement. The Justice Department says the government remains resolute in its investigation into the anthrax attacks, which killed five people. Hatfill said he had nothing to do with the attacks and the publicity  made it impossible for him to get a job. The government will pay 2.8 million dollars up front and an additional three million over 20 years. David Kestenbaum, NPR News.

 

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama appeared together in the small town of Unity, New Hampshire today, apparently hoping to put some of the bitterness and rancor from the campaign behind them. Obama, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, said the next chapter for the party should be about defeating Republican John McCain. "Today, I could not be happier and more honored and more moved that we are sharing the stage as allies to bring about the fundamental changes that this country so desperately needs." Hillary Clinton urged her supporters to support Obama in his race for the White House. Obama praised both Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, as allies and pillars of the Democratic Party.

 

A day after the historic Supreme Court decision overturning Washington DC's ban on handguns, the National Rifle   Association announced today it's suing the City of San Francisco, seeking to overturn that city's handgun ban in public housing. The NRA has also filed suit in Chicago, challenging a similar gun ban to Washington's of several other suits, challenging similar laws in nearby suburbs. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision yesterday, struck down DC's gun ban, maintaining it violated an individual's constitutional right to bear arms.

 

Consumer spending shot up last month as Americans started cashing in their economic stimulus checks. NPR's Dave Peninally reports.

 

The Commerce Department reports today that after-tax incomes rose by 5.7% in May, that's the largest rise in disposable incomes in 33 years. The figures represent the spending of  more than 48 billion dollars in stimulus checks that went out. The result was an eight-tenths of one percent surge in consumer spending, the biggest gain since last November. The rebates are going to 130 million households in the administration's hope that the stimulus checks would help offset the weak economy. But some economists are concerned that the infusion of cash will only be temporary, increasing the risk that the economy would fall into a deep recession. Dave Peninally, NPR News, Washington.

 

Another down day on Wall Street: the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 106 points today.

 

This is NPR.

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is saying he believes negotiations are still possible with his rival, President Robert Mugabe, though he said that has been complicated by, what he termed, " an illegitimate election". Tsvangirai made his comments in the capital of Harare as voting took place in a presidential run-off with essentially just one candidate taking part--- President Mugabe. Tsvangirai is boycotting the run-off election against Mugabe because of state-sponsored violence. Many Zimbabweans also boycotted the election which has been denounced as a sham by leaders in the West.

 

A week after two Bear Stearns hedge fund managers were arrested for allegedly misleading investors, prosecutors are looking to add to the original charges. NPR's Dina Temple-Raston reports.

 

Officials close to the investigation told NPR that federal prosecutors could file additional indictments against Ralph Cioffi and Matthew Tannin  as early as next week. Investigators have been speaking to Barclays  Bank, Merrill Lynch and Bank of America, among others, to find evidence of whether Cioffi and Tannin  misrepresented their funds' prospects in order to get financing. Bank of America guaranteed some of the debt in the fund in the spring of 2007, just as the mortgage market started to go south. Cioffi and Tannin pleaded not guilty last week to charges they deceived investors. Prosecutors say they painted a  rosy picture of their funds' prospects while privately thinking the funds were going to collapse. Dina Temple-Raston, NPR News.

 

Senate has chosen banker Elizabeth Duke to fill a seat on the Federal Reserve today, breaking what has been months of political deadlock over vacancies on the Board of Governors. Senate today also approved the nomination of former Congressional Budget Office Deputy Director Donald Marron to be a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington. [ 本帖最后由 April18 于 2008-7-8 19:50 编辑 ]

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From NPR NEWS Washington, I’m Jack Sphere. The US government will pay nearly 6 million dollars to settle a law suit related to FBI investigation of the ** tax of 2001. NPR’s David Castinbom reports.

 

The settlement ends the 4 year case brought by a bio-weapons expert Steven Halfield. The FBI described Halfield the person of interest in its investigation after searches of his house appeared on the television and his name appeared in the press. Halfield accused government officials of o intentionally leaking information about them. The case eventually involved journalists extra review their sources. The government is not making any wrong doing the settlement. The just department said the government remains resolute in its investigation and enthrats tax which kill 5 people. Half Field said he has nothing to do with the tax and ** made it possible from them to get a job. The government will pay 2.8 millions of front and additional 3 million over 20 years. David Castinbum, NPR NEWS.

 

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama appeared together in a small town of ** new** today. Apparently hoping to put some of the bitterness and ranker from the campaign behind them. Obama ,the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said the next chapter for the party should be about the feeding Republic John McCain.

 

Today I could not be happier, and more honored and more moved than were sharing the stage as LIs to bring about the fundamental changes the country so desperately need. Hillary urged supporters to support Obama in this race in Whitehouse and Obama praise Clinton’s ** house president Clinton’s LIs and pillars of Democratic Party.

 

A day after the historical the Supreme Court decision overturning Washington DC’s ban on handguns. The national ** association announce the state suing the city of San Francisco seeking the overturn that city’s handgun ban in public housing. The LA has also found sue in Chicago challenging similar gun ban on Washington’s several other sues challenging nearby suburbs. **Court 54 decision struck down DC’s violate individual’s constitutional right to bear arms. Consumers spending shut up last month start cashing their economic stimulus checks. NPR’s David ** reports.

 

The Commerce Department reports today that after tax income has rose by 5.7 percent in May, that’s the largest rising disposable incomes in 33 years. The figures represent the spending more than 48 billion dollars in stimulus checks went out. The result was in 810 cent of 1 percent the consumers’ spending. The biggest gain since last November. The rebates are going to 130 million households in administration’s hope that the stimulus checks would help all set the weak economy. But some economists concern that the enthusing of cash will only be temporary, increasing the race the economy would fall into a deep recession. David Connelly, NPR NEWs, Washington.

 

Another down day on wall street that Dow Johns industry leverage fall 106 points today. This is NPR.

 

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Trangeril leader is saying he believes negotiations are still possible with his rival president Rubber Bugabi. He said that has been complicated by what he had turned ** election. Trangeril made his comments on capital Harare worry is into a place the presidential run off with essentially when candidate taking part of president Bugabi. Trans’ boy against Bugabi because states sponsor violence. The Zimbabwe which has been announced as sham by leaders in the west.

 

A week after 2 Bearstern’s hedge fund managers were arrested for largely misleading investors prosecutors looking into ** the original charges. NPR Tempol Rustin reports.

 

Officials closed to the investigation told NPR that federal prosecutors could find additional against Mathew Turnin, as early as next week. Investigators has been speaking of Barkley’s bank, Merril Lynch and bank of America among others to find other evidence of whether** misrepresented their fund’s prospects in order to get financing. Bank of America guaranted some of the fund in the spring of 2007. Just as the mortgage started to go south Sheocy Antony did not guilty next charge to deceive the investors prosecutor say they painted a rosy picture of the funds’ prospects will privately thinking the funds were going to collapse. Dina Temple Ostin, NPR NEWs

 

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From NPR NEWS Washington, I’m Jack Speer.

 

The US government will pay nearly 6 million dollars to settle a lawsuit related to the FBI investigation of the anthrax(炭疽热) attacks  of 2001. NPR’s David Castinbom reports.

 

The settlement ends a 4 year case brought by a bio-weapons expert Steven Halfield. The FBI described Halfield the person of interest in its investigation after searches of his house appeared on the television and his name appeared in the press. Halfield accused government officials of intentionally leaking information about him. The case eventually involved journalists extra review their sources. The government is not meaning any wrong doing the settlement. The just department said the government remains resolute in its investigation into the anthrax attacks which kill 5 people. Half Field said he has nothing to do with the attacks and the publicity made him impossible from getting a job. The government will pay 2.8 million dollars of front and additional 3 million over 20 years. David Castinbum, NPR NEWS.

 

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama appeared together in a small town of Unity New Hampshire today. Apparently hoping to put some of the bitterness and ranker from the campaign behind them. Obama ,the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said the next chapter for the party should be about defeating Republic John McCain. Today I could not be happier, and more honored and more moved than were sharing the stage as allies to bring about the fundamental changes the country so desperately needs. Hillary Cliton urged supporters to support Obama in his race for the Whitehouse and Obama praised both Clinton and her husband  former president Bill Clinton as allies and pillars of the Democratic Party.

 

A day after the historical / Supreme Court decision overturning Washington DC’s ban on handguns. The national rifle association announce the state suing the city of San Francisco seeking the overturn that city’s handgun ban in public housing. The LA has also found sue in Chicago challenging similar gun ban on Washington’s several other suits challenging nearby suburbs. Supreme Court ended in 5-4 decision yesterday struck down DC’s gun ban maintains violate individual’s constitutional right to bear arms.

 

Consumers spending shut up last month Americans started cashing their economic stimulus checks. NPR’s David ** reports. The Commerce Department reports today that after tax income has rose by 5.7 percent in May, that’s the largest rising disposable incomes in 33 years. The figures represent the spending more than 48 billion dollars in stimulus checks that went out. The result was 8/10 of 1 percent surge in / consumers’ spending. The biggest gain since last November. The rebates are going to 130 million households in administration’s hope that the stimulus checks would help all set the weak economy. But some economists are concerned that the infusion of cash will only be temporary, increasing the risk that the economy would fall into a deep recession. David Connelly, NPR NEWs, Washington.

 

Another down day on wall street that Dow Johns index leverage fall 106 points today. This is NPR.

 

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Trangeril / is saying he believes negotiations are still possible with his rival president Rubber Bugabi. He said that has been complicated by what he had turned illegitimate election. Trangeril made his comments on capital Harare worry is voting to a place the presidential run off for essentially just one candidate taking part / president Bugabi. Trans’ boycotting the runoff election against Bugabi because states sponsor violence. Many Zimbabwiens also boycotting the election which has been announced as shame by leaders in the west.

 

A week after 2 Bearstern’s hedge fund managers were arrested for illegally misleading investors prosecutors looking into edge the original charges. NPR Tempol Rustin reports. Officials closed to the investigation told NPR that federal prosecutors could find additional against Mathew Turnin, as early as next week. Investigators has been speaking of Barkley’s bank, Merril Lynch and bank of America among others to find / evidence of whether** misrepresented their fund’s prospects in order to get financing. Bank of America guaranteed some of the fund in the spring of 2007. Just as the mortgage market started to go south Sheocy Antony did not guilty last week to charge to deceive the investors prosecutor say they painted a rosy picture of the funds’ prospects will privately thinking the funds were going to collapse. Dina Temple Ostin, NPR NEWs

 

Senator has chosen bank of *** federal reserve today breaking orders been month political deadlock of vacancies on the board of governors. Senator today also proved the nomination of former congrational budget office *** to be a member of the White House consoled economic advisors.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news in Washington

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From NPR news in Washington, I am Jack Speer.

The US government will pay nearly six million dollars to settle a lawsuit related to the FBI's investigation of the anthrax attacks of 2001. NPR's David C reports.

The settlement ends a four-year case brought by a bioweapons expert Steven Hatfill. The FBI described Hatfill as a person of interest in its investigation after searchs of his house appeared on television and his name appeared in a press. Hatfill accused government officials of intentionally leaking information about him. The case eventually involved journalists who are asked to reveal their sources. The government is not admitting any wrongdoing in the settlement. The Justice Department says the government remains resolute in its investigation into the anthrax attacks, which killed five people. Hatfill said he had nothing to do with the attacks and the publicity made it impossible for him to get a job. The government will pay 2.8 million dollars at front and an additional 3 million over 20 years. David C, NPR news.

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama appeared together in the small town of unity New Hampshire today, apparently hoping to put some of the bitterness and rancor from the campaign behind them. Obama, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, said the next chapter for the Party should be about to defeating Republican John McCain. "Today I could not be happier and more honored and more moved that we are sharing the stage as allies to bring about the fundamental changes that this country so desperately needs." Hillary Clinton urged her supporters to support Obama in his race for the White House. Obama appraised both Clinton and her husband former president Bill Clinton as allies and pillars of the Democratic Party.

A day after the historic Supreme Court decision over turning Washington's ban on handguns, the National Rifle Association announced today they'd sue in the city of San Francisco, seeking to overturn that city's handgun ban in public housing. The NRA has also filed suit in Chicago, challenging a similar gun ban to Washington's of several other suits, challenging similar laws in nearby suburbs. Supreme Court in the 5-4 decision yesterday struck down D.C.'s gunban maintaining it a violated individual's constitutional right to bear arms.

Consumer spending shut up last month as Americans started cashing in their economic stimulus checks. NPR's D.P

The Commerce Department reports today that after attacks incomes rose by 5.7 percent in May. That's the largest rise in disposable incomes in 32 years. The figures represent the spending of more than 48 billion dollars in stimulus checks that went out. The result was an 8/10 of one percent surge in consumer spending, the biggest gain since last November. The rebates are going to 130 million households in the administration's hope that the stimulus checks would help offset the weak economy. But some economists are concerned that the infusion of cash will only be temporary, increasing the risk that the economy would fall into a deep recession. D.P, NPR news, Washington.

Another down day on Wall street, the Dow Jones industrial average fell 106 points today. This is NPR.

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is saying he believes negotiations are still possible with his rival President Robert Mugabe, though he said that has been complicated by what he termed it an illegitimate election. Tsvangirai made his comments in the capital of Harare is voting took place in a presidential runoff with essentially just on candidate taking part, President Mugabe. Tsvangirai's boycotting the unlawful election against Mugabe because of states sponsored violence. Many Zimbabweans also boycotted the election which has been denounced as a shame by leaders in the West.

A week after two Bear Stearns hedge fund managers were arrested for allegedly misleading investors, prosecutors are looking to add to the original charges. NPR's Dina Temple-Raston reports.

Officials close to the investigation told NPR that federal prosecutors could file additional indictments against Ralph Cioffi and Matthew Tannin as early as next week. Investigators have been speaking to Barclays Bank, Merrill Lynch and Bank of America among others to find evidence of whether Cioffi and Tannin misrepresented their funds prospects in order to get financing. Band of America guaranteed some of the definite fund in the spring of 2007, just as the mortgage market started to good sales. Cioffi and Tannin pleaded not guilty last week to charges they deceived investors. Prosecutors say they painted a rosy picture of different prospects while privately thinking the funds were going to collapse. Dina Temple-Raston, NPR news.

Senate has chosen banker Elizabeth Duke to fill a seat on the Federal Reserve today breaking what has been a month of political deadlock over vacancies on the board of governors. Senate today also approved the nomination of former Congressional Budget Office deputy director D.B to be a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers.

I am Jack Speer, NPR news in Washington.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

The US government will pay nearly six million dollars to settle a lawsuit related to the FBI's investigation of  the anthrax attacks of 2001. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports.

 

The settlement ends a four-year case brought by  a bioweapons expert Steven Hatfill. The FBI described  Hatfill as person of interest in its investigation after searches of his house appeared on television and his name appeared in a press. Hatfill accused government officials of intentionally leaking information about him. The case eventually involved journalists who are asked to reveal their sources. The government is not admitting any wrongdoing in the settlement. The Justice Department says the government remains resolute in its investigation into the anthrax attacks, which killed five people. Hatfill said he had nothing to do with the attacks and the publicity  made it impossible for him to get a job. The government will pay 2.8 million dollars at front and an additional 3 million over 20 years. David Kestenbaum, NPR News.

 

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama appeared together in the small town of Unity, New Hampshire today, apparently hoping to put some of the bitterness and rancor from the campaign behind them. Obama, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, said the next chapter for the party should be about defeating Republican John McCain. Today I could not be happier and more honored and more moved that we are sharing the stage as allies to bring about the fundamental changes that this country so desperately needs. Hillary Clinton urged her supporters to support Obama in his race for the White House. Obama praised both Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, as allies and pillars of the Democratic Party.

 

A day after the historic Supreme Court decision overturning Washington DC's ban on handguns, the National Rifle   Association announced today it'd sue in the city of San Francisco, seeking to overturn that city's handgun ban in public housing. The NRA has also filed suit in Chicago, challenging a similar gun ban to Washington's of several other suits, challenging similar laws in nearby suburbs. Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision yesterday struck down D.C.'s gunban maintaining it a violated individual's constitutional right to bear arms.

 

Consumer spending shut up last month as Americans started cashing in their economic stimulus checks. NPR's David P  reports.

 

The Commerce Department reports today that after tax incomes rose by 5.7% in May, that's the largest rise in  disposable incomes in 32 years. The figures represent the spending of  more than 48 billion dollars in stimulus checks that went out. The result was an eight-tenth  of one percent surge in consumer spending, the biggest gain since last November. The rebates are going to 130 million households in the administration's hope that the stimulus checks would help offset the weak economy. But some economists are concerned that the infusion of cash will only be temporary, increasing risk that the economy would fall into a deep recession. David P, NPR News, Washington.

 

Another down day on Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 106 points today.

 

This is NPR.

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is saying he believes negotiations are still possible with his rival, President Robert Mugabe, though he said that has been complicated by what he termed it an illegitimate election. Tsvangirai made his comments in the capital of Harare as voting took place in a presidential run-off with essentially just one candidate taking part, President Mugabe. Tsvangirai's boycotting the run-off election against Mugabe because of state-sponsored violence. Many Zimbabweans also boycotted the election which has been denounced as a shame  by leaders in the West.

 

A week after two Bear Stearns hedge fund managers were arrested for allegedly misleading investors, prosecutors are looking to add to the original charges. NPR's Dina Temple-Raston reports.

 

Officials close to the investigation told NPR that federal prosecutors could file additional indictments against Ralph Cioffi and Matthew Tannin  as early as next week. Investigators have been speaking to Barclays  Bank, Merrill Lynch and Bank of America among others to find evidence of whether Cioffi and Tannin  misrepresented their funds prospects in order to get financing. Bank of America guaranteed some of the definite  fund in the spring of 2007, just as the mortgage market started to good sales.      Cioffi and Tannin pleaded not guilty last week to charges they deceived investors. Prosecutors say they painted a   rosy picture of funds prospects while privately thinking the funds were going to collapse. Dina Temple-Raston, NPR News.

 

Senate has chosen banker Elizabeth Duke to fill a seat on the Federal Reserve today, breaking what has been months of political deadlock over vacancies on the board of  governors. Senate today also approved the nomination of former Congressional Budget Office deputy director Donald B. Marron to be a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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From NPR NEWS in Washington, I’m Jack Speer.

  

The US government will pay nearly 6 million dollars to settle a lawsuit related to the FBI investigation of the anthrax(炭疽热) attacks  of 2001. NPRs David Castinbom reports.

  

The settlement ends a 4 year case brought by a bio-weapons expert Steven Halfield. The FBI described Halfield the person of interest in its investigation after searches of his house appeared on the television and his name appeared in the press. Halfield accused government officials of intentionally leaking information about him. The case eventually involved journalists extra review their sources. The government is not meaning any wrong doing the settlement. The just department said the government remains resolute in its investigation into the anthrax attacks which killed 5 people. Half Field said he has nothing to do with the attacks and the publicity made him impossible from getting a job. The government will pay 2.8 million dollars of front and additional 3 million over 20 years. David Castinbum, NPR NEWS.

  

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama appeared together in a small town of Unity New Hampshire today. Apparently hoping to put some of the bitterness and ranker from the campaign behind them. Obama ,the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said the next chapter for the party should be about defeating Republic John McCain. Today I could not be happier, and more honored and more moved than were sharing the stage as allies to bring about the fundamental changes the country so desperately needs.Hillary Cliton urged supporters to support Obama in his race for the Whitehouse and Obama praised both Clinton and her husband  former president Bill Clinton as allies and pillars of the Democratic Party.

  

A day after the historical / Supreme Court decision overturning Washington DC’s ban on handguns, The national rifle association announce the state suing the city of San Francisco seeking the overturn that city’s handgun ban in public housing. The LA has also found sue in Chicago challenging similar gun ban on Washington’s several other suits challenging similar nearby suburbs. Supreme Court ended in 5-4 decision yesterday struck down DC’s gun ban maintains violate individual’s constitutional right to bear arms.

 

 Consumers spending shut up last month Americans started cashing their economic stimulus checks. NPR’s David P. reports. The Commerce Department reports today that after tax income has rose by 5.7 percent in May, that’s the largest rising disposable incomes in 33 years. The figures represent the spending more than 48 billion dollars in stimulus checks that went out. The result was 8/10 of 1 percent surge in / consumers’ spending. The biggest gain since last November. The rebates are going to 130 million households in administration’s hope that the stimulus checks would help all set the weak economy. But some economists are concerned that the infusion of cash will only be temporary, increasing the risk that the economy would fall into a deep recession. David Connelly, NPR NEWs, Washington.

  

Another down day on wall street that Dow Johns index leverage fall 106 points today. This is NPR.

  

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Trangeril / is saying he believes negotiations are still possible with his rival president Rubber Bugabi. He said that has been complicated by what he had turned illegitimate election. Trangeril made his comments on capital Harare worry is voting to a place the presidential run off for essentially just one candidate taking part / president Bugabi. Trans’ boycotting the runoff election against Bugabi because states sponsor violence. Many Zimbabwiens also boycotting the election which has been announced as shame by leaders in the west.

 

A week after 2 Bearstern’s hedge fund managers were arrested for illegally misleading investors prosecutors looking into edge the original charges. NPR Steam Tempol Rustin reports. Officials closed to the investigation told NPR that federal prosecutors could find additional indictments against Mathew Turnin, as early as next week. Investigators has been speaking to Barkley’s bank, Merril Lynch and bank of America among others to find / evidence of whether C.E. misrepresented their fund’s prospects in order to get financing. Bank of America guaranteed some of the fund in the spring of 2007. Just as the mortgage market started to go south Sheocy Antony did not guilty last week to charge to deceive the investors prosecutor say they painted a rosy picture of the funds’ prospects will privately thinking the funds were going to collapse. Dina Temple Ostin, NPR NEWs 

 

Senator has chosen bank of D. E. federal reserve today breaking orders been month political deadlock of vacancies on the board of governors. Senator today also proved the nomination of former congrational budget office *** to be a member of the White House consoled economic advisors. 

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news in Washington

 

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