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

 

Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place for debating the conflict but there is little agreement on what, if anything, it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you'll see in the draft resolution is a word for word, comma to comma rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it. But U. S. Ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pull back and reiterated international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The U. S. and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

Authorities say 153 people are dead following the crash of a Spanair jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during take-off at Madrid's airport today. The flight was bound for Canary Islands off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe's summer vacation season. A Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reportedly delayed for an hour due to technical problems. Nineteen people are said to have survived the crash.

 

Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain aneurysm. Doctors in Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm ET today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Jones was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when an aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. She was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007, and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge, was first elected to Congress in 1998, and was expected to easily win a sixth term this fall. She had been active in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a super-delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the Capitol.

 

Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama's position on the U. S. military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president. "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism. I am questioning his judgment. " McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit than win the war in Iraq.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points.

 

This is NPR.

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan. The move depending on how it is carried out could make the mortgage finance companies' stocks virtually worthless. Fannie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even as shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18-year lows. Executives from Freddie Mac were reportedly to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed it is in touch with the agencies but gave few specifics.

 

The man who caused the deadliest U. S. train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. Hettie Lynne Hurtes of member station KPCC has details.

 

Juan Alvarez was sentenced to 11 consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after ploughing into the Jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claimed the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR News, I'm Hettie Lynne Hurtes in Los Angeles.

 

Crude oil futures ended the session slightly higher today. The near-month contract for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114.98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

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

 

Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place for debating the conflict but there is little agreement on what if anything it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you'll see in the draft resolution is a word-for-word, common-and-common rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it. But US ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pullback and reiterated international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The US and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

Authorities say 153 People are dead following the crash of a Espanol jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during take off at Madrid's airport today. It was bound for Canary Islands off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe's summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reported late for an hour due to technical problems. 19 people are said to have survived the crash.

 

Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain injuries. Doctors at Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm ET today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Jones was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when an aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. she was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007, and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge, was first elected to Congress in 1998. And was expected to easily win a 6th term this fall. She had been active in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a super-delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR news, the capitol.
 
Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama's position on the US military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president. "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism. I am questioning his judgement."  McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit the win the war in Iraq.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points.

 

This is NPR.

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan. Move the depending on how would is carried out could make the mortgage finance company stocks virtually worthless. Annie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18 year lows. Executives from Freddie Mac were reported lead to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed it is in touch with the agencies to gave few specifics.

 

Man who caused the deadliest US train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. ** of member station KPCC has details.

 

One Alvarez was sentenced to 11 consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the Jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale, Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR news, I'm ** in Los Angeles.
 
Crude oil futures ended the session slightly higher today than near-month contract, for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114.98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place for debating the conflict, but there is little agreement of what if anything it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you'll see in the draft is a word for word, comma and comma rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it, but US Ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pull back and reiterated international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The US and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

 

Authorities say 153 people are dead following the crash of a Spanair jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during takeoff at Madrid's airport today. The flight was bound for the Canary Islands of the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reportedly late for an hour due to technical problems. Nineteen people are said to have survived the crash.

 

 

Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain aneurysm. Doctors in Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6:00 PM Eastern Time today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Jones was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when an aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. She was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007 and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones of former municipal judge was first elected to Congress in 1989 and was expected to easily win a sixth term next fall. She had been active in Hilary Clinton's presidential campaign and later through her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a superdelegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the Capitol.

 

 

Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said that Obama's position on the US military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president.  "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism. I am questioning his judgment." McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit than win the war in Iraq.

 

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points.

 

This is NPR.

 

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan, move to depending on how would this carried out could make the mortgage finance company stocks virtually worthless. Fannie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even the shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18-year lows. Executives from the Freddie Mac were reportedly to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed that it's in touch with the agencies to give few specifics.

 

 

The man who caused the deadliest US train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. * * of member station KPCC has details.

 

 

Juan Alvarez was sentenced to eleven consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing eleven and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the Jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale-Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR News I'm * * in Los Angeles.

 

 

Crude Oil Futures ended the session slightly higher today in Near Month Contract for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at 114 dollars and 98 cents a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

 

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Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia, the Security Council has been one place for the bid in the conflict, but there is little agreement on what if anything it can do. NPR’s Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you’ll see in the draft resolution is a word for word, comment to comment rendition of the ‘’six principles’ that French president Nicolas Sarcozy and Russian president Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week, he called on the Security Council to endorse it. But US ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pull back and reiterated international support for Georgia’s territorial integrity, the US and others say that language has to be in any resolution has by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

*say 153 people are dead following the crash of Spain air jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during takeoff at Madrid’s airport today, the fight was bound for the Canary islands off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe’s summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plan was reportedly late for an hour due to technical problems, 19 people are said to have survived the crash.

 

Democratic congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain aneurysm. Doctors in Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm eastern time today. NPR’s Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Johns was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed whiling driving, doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when the aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain, she was 58 years old. The Cleveland democrat was the first African-American woman to represent Ohio and congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethnics committee when the democrats took control of congress in 2007, and also had a seat on a powerful Ways and Means committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge was first elected to congress in 1998 and was expected to easily win a sixth term this fall. She’d been elected in Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama, she would’ve been a supper delegate at the democratic national convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the Capitol.

 

Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama’s position on the US military operation in the * question is not about his patriotism, but about his suitability to be president. ‘He said I’m questioning his patriotism, let me be very clear, I am not questioning his patriotism, I am questioning his judgment.’ McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit than win the war in Iraq.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points. This is NPR.

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share price’s driven lower today, made growing concerns the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan, moved depending on how it was carried out could make the mortgage finance company’s stocks virtually worthless. Fannie Mae’s chief executive Daniel Mudd again started to re-ensure investors no bailout is imminent even the shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18-year lows. Executives from the Freddie Mac will reportedly to meet with Treasury Department officials, Treasury Department has confirmed there isn’t a touch with agencies to give few specifics.

 

Man who caused the deadliest US train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. Hettie Lynne Hurtes of member station KPCC has details.  

 

Juan Alvarez we sentenced to 11 consecutive life terms following is conviction earlier this summer. The 29 year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez’s testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn’t get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife’s attention. For NPR News, I’m Hettie Lynne Hurtes in Los Angeles.

 

Crude Oil Futures ended the session slightly higher today, the near month contract for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114.98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

I’m Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place for debating the conflict but there is little agreement on what if anything it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you'll see in the draft resolution is a word-for-word, common-and-common rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it. But U.S. ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pullback and reiterated international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The U.S. and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

Authorities say 153 People are dead following the crash of a Espanol jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during take off at Madrid's airport today. It was bound for Canary Islands off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe's summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reported late for an hour due to technical problems. 19 people are said to have survived the crash.

 

Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain injuries. Doctors at Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm ET today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Jones was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when an * burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. she was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007, and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge, was first elected to Congress in 1998. And was expected to easily win a 6th term this fall. She had been active in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a super-delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the capital.
 
Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama's position on the U.S. military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president. "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism. I am questioning his judgement."  McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit the win the war in Iraq.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points.

 

This is NPR.

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan. Move the depending on how would is carried out could make the mortgage finance company stocks virtually worthless. Annie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18 year lows. Executives from Freddie Mac were reported lead to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed it is in touch with the agencies to gave few specifics.

 

Man who caused the deadliest U.S. train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. ** of member station KPCC has details.

 

One Alvarez was sentenced to 11 consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the Jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale/ Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR News, I'm ** in Los Angeles.
 
Crude oil futures ended the session slightly higher today than near-month contract, for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114.98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
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Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place for debating the conflict but there is little agreement on what if anything it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you'll see in the draft resolution is a word-for-word, common-and-common rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it. But U. S. ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pullback and reiterated international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The U. S. and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

Authorities say 153 People are dead following the crash of a Spanair jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during take-off at Madrid's airport today. The flight was bound for Canary Islands off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe's summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reported late for an hour due to technical problems. 19 people are said to have survived the crash.

 

Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain aneurysm. Doctors in Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm ET today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Jones was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when an aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. she was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007, and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge, was first elected to Congress in 1998. And was expected to easily win a 6th term this fall. She had been active in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a super-delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the capital.

 

Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama's position on the U. S. military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president. "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism. I am questioning his judgement. " McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit than win the war in Iraq.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points.

 

This is NPR.

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan. Move the depending on how it is carried out could make the mortgage finance company stocks virtually worthless. Annie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18 year lows. Executives from Freddie Mac were reportedly / to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed it is in touch with the agencies to give a few specifics.

 

Man who caused the deadliest U. S. train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. ** of member station KPCC has details.

 

One Alvarez was sentenced to 11 consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the Jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR News, I'm ** in Los Angeles.

Crude oil futures ended the session slightly higher today than near-month contract, for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114. 98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
 

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Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place for debating the conflict but there is little agreement on what if anything it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you'll see in the draft resolution is a word for word, comma to comma rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it. But US Ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pull back and reiterated international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The US and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

Authorities say 153 people are dead following the crash of a Spanair jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during takeoff at Madrid's airport today. The flight was bound for the Canary Islands off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe's summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reportedly late for an hour due to technical problems. Nineteen people are said to have survived the crash.

 

Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain aneurysm. Doctors in Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm ET today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Jones was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when an aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. She was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007, and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge, was first elected to Congress in 1998, and was expected to easily win a sixth term this fall. She had been active in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a super-delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the Capitol.
 
Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama's position on the US military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president. "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism. I am questioning his jud
gment."  McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit than win the war in Iraq.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points.

 

This is NPR.

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan. Move the depending on how would is carried out could make the mortgage finance company stocks virtually worthless. Fannie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18-year lows. Executives from Freddie Mac were reported lead to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed it is in touch with the agencies to give few specifics.

 

The man who caused the deadliest US train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. ** of member station KPCC has details.

 

Juan Alvarez was sentenced to 11 consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the Jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale, Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR news, I'm ** in Los Angeles.
 
Crude
Oil Futures ended the session slightly higher today than near-month contract, for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114.98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place for debating the conflict but there is little agreement on what if anything it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you'll see in the draft resolution is a word for word, comma to comma  rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it. But U. S. Ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pull back and reiterated international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The U. S. and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

 

 

Authorities say 153 People are dead following the crash of a Spanair jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during take-off at Madrid's airport today. The flight was bound for Canary Islands off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe's summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reported late for an hour due to technical problems. Nineteen people are said to have survived the crash.

 

 

 

Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain aneurysm. Doctors in Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm ET today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Jones was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when an aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. she was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007, and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge, was first elected to Congress in 1998. And was expected to easily win a 6th term this fall. She had been active in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a super-delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the Capitol.

 

 

 

Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama's position on the U. S. military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president. "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism. I am questioning his judgment.  "McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit than win the war in Iraq.

 

 

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points.

 

 

 

This is NPR.

 

 

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan. Move the depending on how it is carried out could make the mortgage finance company stocks virtually worthless. Fannie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18 year lows. Executives from Freddie Mac were reportedly / to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed it is in touch with the agencies to give a few specifics.

 

 

 

The man who caused the deadliest U. S. train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. ** of member station KPCC has details.

 

 

 

Juan Alvarez was sentenced to 11 consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the Jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR News, I'm ** in Los Angeles.

 

Crude oil futures ended the session slightly higher today than near-month contract, for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114. 98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

 

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

 

 

Pull back v.

Pullback n.

 

 

 

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Spanair 是“西班牙斯班航空公司",而Espanol才是“西班牙的”,

Capital是“首都”,而Capitol才是“国会”。

对吧?

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在NPR里~如果correspondent要表示他是发自首都的报道,一般不会说X X The capital的

 

而是说X X(名字),Washington.

 

这里显然是发自国会大厦的报道

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原帖由 practice100 于 2008-8-21 11:23 发表 在NPR里~如果correspondent要表示他是发自首都的报道,一般不会说X X The capital的   而是说X X(名字),Washington.   这里显然是发自国会大厦的报道

 

对!很明显,这里说的是国会大厦里的事。

HW 写的再差页要交作业。这是我的忍道。许多生词都听不出来、。。。

From NPR news in Washington, I’m Jack.

 

Russia is proposing a security console resolution during D peace plan that France mediated between Russia and J. The security console has been one place forbidding the conflict but there is a little agreement what if anything I can do. NPR has more.

 

Russian embassador V says he will cease in the S resolution it is word for word comment and comment X of the six X that French president E and Russian president D did agree on last week. He called on the security consoled to D, but US embassador are only 100 X said that Russia is seek it robber step to its own intropratation       of the agreement. Yesterday the Russian said we would not exact to a different resolution that called on Russian on J troops to poll back and X international support for J territory in T. The US is another, say that language has to be any resolution has by the security console. M NPR news in Washington.

 

C say 143 people are dead following a crash of spend X offer one way and called fire during take off at airport today. The fire was bomb for C island of the African coast. There are crash comes to a hide X summer vacation season, Spanish newspaper reported the plane was ported late 4 hour do the technical problems 19 people are settle survive the crash.

 

Democratic converse X has died following sudden brain X reason. Doctor C say T actually after 6 pm eastern time today. NPR reports. T was hospital lays Tuesday night after she collapse while driving. Doctor say she suffered a brain X when the X birth part of her brain, she was 58 years old. The C democratic was the first African in American women represent of X and congress. She became the chairwomen of the house X when democrats took control of congress in 2007 and also had a seat on the powerful ways in means committee. X the former X charge was first to elected to congress in 1998 as it was suspect to easily won a six term that is fall. She have been X in presidential campaign and later through her support to B, she would be the super dialog at the democratic national convention. D NPR news the capital.

 

Campaign in M today J defend some recent commence he has made about democratic rival B. He came to say the position on the US military operation ranks race was questions not about his X but about X be president. He said I’m questioning X let me be very clear. I am not questioning X I am questioning his judgment. M get repeatedly previous charge of O would X win the war in the rank. And war street X industry lab is close nearly 69 points. This is NPR.

 

F and F are continue X share prices X lower today made growing concerns government may have to institute some types of X plan, move the depend on how would it carried out could make the more X companies stocks virtually X. X chief executive D rein short XX thought to 18 years. And executive chief some micro reportedly to meet with X department officials, X department has confirmed the reason touch with the agency forgive fuse percifics. Manual cars establish US train crash in L, and L member station KPPC has details.

 

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Homework:(今天好多人,早上有点忙,听到现在才结束。

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



Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place
for debating the conflict but there is little agreement on what if anything it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.



Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin says
what you'll see in the draft resolution is a word for word, comma to comma rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it. But U. S. Ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pull back and reiterate international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The U. S. and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.





Authority say 153 people are dead following the crash of a Spanair jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during take-off at Madrid's airport today. The flight was bound for Canary Island off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe's summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reportedly late for an hour due to the technical problems. Nineteen people are said to have survived the crash.





Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain
aneurysm. Doctors in Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm ET today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.



Tubbs Jones was
hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered brain hemorrhage when an aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. She was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007, and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge, was first elected to Congress in 1998, and was expected to easily win a 6th-term this fall. She had been active in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a super-delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the Capitol.





Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about
his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama's position on the U. S. military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president. "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism, I am questioning his judgment. ". McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit than win the war in Iraq.





On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points. This is NPR.





Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices
driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan. Move the depending on how it is carried out could make the mortgage finance company stocks virtually worthless. Fannie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even the shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18-year lows. Executives from Freddie Mac were reportedly to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed it is in touch with the agencies and to give few specifics.





[Man who
] caused the deadliest U. S. train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. Hettie Lynne Hurtes of member station KPCC has details.





Juan Alvarez was sentenced to 11
consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the Jeep Cherokee then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR News, I'm Hettie Lynne Hurtes in Los Angeles.



Crude oil futures ended session slightly higher today
than near-month contract, for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114. 98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.







I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.



今日生词:
1. rendition:
n. 演奏,解释
2. stamp:
n. 印,邮票,打印器    v. 捺印,顿足,贴上邮票
3. reiterate:
v. 反覆地说,反覆地做
4. swerve:
vi.  1. 突然转向;转弯;偏离方向 2. 背离[(+from)]
                  vt.1. 使突然转向;使转弯 2. 使背离[(+from)]
                  n.[C]1. 转向;偏离方向 2. 偏离的程度
5. aneurysm:
n. 动脉瘤
6. hospitalize:
v. 就医
7. hemorrhage:
n. 出血,溢血
8. patriotism:
n. 爱国心,爱国精神
9. forfeit:
n. 没收物,罚金,丧失     v. 没收,丧失
10. bailout:
n. 跳伞(戽出)
11. reassure:
v. 使...安心,再保证
12. derailment:
n. 出轨
13. plow:
n. 犁,耕地,耕作    v. 用犁耕田,耕犁,耕种
14. estrange:
v. 使疏远
15. mercantile:
a. 贸易的,商业的   n. 商品


今天生词蛮多的。。。


 

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

 

Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council has been one place for debating the conflict but there is little agreement on what if anything it can do. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin says what you'll see in the draft resolution is a word for word, comma to comma rendition of the six principles that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed on last week. He called on the Security Council to endorse it. But U. S. Ambassador Alejandro Wolff said that Russia is seeking a rubber stamp to its own interpretation of the agreement. Yesterday, the Russians said they would not accept a different draft resolution that called on Russian and Georgian troops to pull back and reiterated international support for Georgia's territorial integrity. The U. S. and others say that language has to be in any resolution passed by the Security Council. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

 

Authorities say 153 People are dead following the crash of a Spanair jet that swerved off a runway and caught fire during take-off at Madrid's airport today. The flight was bound for Canary Islands off the West African coast. The crash comes during the height of Europe's summer vacation season. Spanish newspaper reported the plane was reportedly late for an hour due to technical problems. Nineteen people are said to have survived the crash.

 

 

Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio has died following a sudden brain aneurysm. Doctors in Cleveland say Tubbs died shortly after 6 pm ET today. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

 

Tubbs Jones was hospitalized Tuesday night after she collapsed while driving. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage when an aneurysm burst in an inaccessible part of her brain. She was 58 years old. The Cleveland Democrat was the first African American woman to represent Ohio in Congress. She became the chairwoman of the House Ethics Committee when the Democrats took control of Congress in 2007, and also had a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Tubbs Jones, a former municipal judge, was first elected to Congress in 1998, and was expected to easily win a 6th term this fall. She had been active in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and later threw her support to Barack Obama. She would have been a super-delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Debbie Elliott, NPR News, the Capitol.

 

 

Campaigning in New Mexico today, John McCain defended some of the recent comments he has made about his Democratic rival Barack Obama. McCain said Obama's position on the U. S. military operation in Iraq raises questions not about his patriotism but about his suitability to be president. "He said I'm questioning his patriotism. Let me be very clear. I am not questioning his patriotism. I am questioning his judgment.  "McCain again repeated a previous charge Obama would rather forfeit than win the war in Iraq.

 

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up nearly 69 points.

 

 

This is NPR.

 

 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are continuing to see their share prices driven lower today. Amid growing concerns, the government may have to institute some type of bailout plan. Move the depending on how it is carried out could make the mortgage finance company stocks virtually worthless. Fannie Mae's Chief Executive Daniel Mudd again sought to reassure investors no bailout is imminent even the shares of both Fannie and Freddie fell to 18-year lows. Executives from Freddie Mac were reportedly / to meet with Treasury Department officials. Treasury Department has confirmed it is in touch with / agencies to give / few specifics.

 

 

/ Man who caused the deadliest U. S. train crash in nine years has been sentenced in Los Angeles. Hettie Lynne Hurtes of member station KPCC has details.

 

 

Juan Alvarez was sentenced to 11 consecutive life terms following his conviction earlier this summer. The 29-year-old Alvarez was found guilty in June of killing 11 and injuring more than 180 others after causing a Metrolink derailment three years ago. Alvarez testified that he meant to commit suicide by parking his SUV on the tracks, but changed his mind and couldn't get the vehicle off the tracks. The oncoming Metrolink train derailed after plowing into the Jeep Cherokee, then crashed into a northbound train at the Glendale Los Angeles line. Prosecutors claim the former construction worker and father of two intended to cause a catastrophe to get his estranged wife's attention. For NPR News, I'm Hettie Lynne Hurtes in Los Angeles.

 

Crude oil futures ended the session slightly higher today than near-month contract, for benchmark grade crude oil was up 45 cents a barrel ending the session at $114. 98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

 

 

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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原帖由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-8-21 15:53 发表 From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.   Russia is proposing a Security Council resolution to endorse the peace plan that France mediated between Russia and Georgia. The Security Council ...

 

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