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【整理】NPR 2008-09-28

 

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward agreement on a plan to rescue the financial system, a plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Cantor of Virginia, say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry. "It's important that we move. But it's important that we move with discretion. I think the American people send us here to protect their tax money." And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. "It is a gigantic figure, and the public response understandably is a why." But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the 700-billion-dollar deal could be completed as soon as tonight.

 

The Senate has passed a huge stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next president takes office. The House approved the bill last week. NPR's Libby Lewis has details.

Lawmakers took up the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon, 488 billion dollars. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes 70 billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billion dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest and the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis, NPR News, Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing 17 people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.

 

Syria's state-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak Street, a road near the city's international airport. It said police have sealed off the area, blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in the tightly-controlled country. Over the past years, Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR News, I'm Dale Gavlak in Amman.

 

Academy Award-winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport, Connecticut. He was 83 years old. In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including "Cool Hand Luke".

 

"I laughed out loud once, they turned me in. But I got it here. Oh, come on, stop beating it, get out there yourself, stop feeding off me."

 

Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity. But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of his ongoing cancer treatment caused him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy's scare and his support for the Lion of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He has since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on a Medicare bill, and to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR News I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House has voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pact in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

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From NPR news in Washington I'm Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward agreement on a plan to rescue the financial system plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Kantor of Virginia say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry.

 

It's important that we move .And but it's important to remove with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax burden.

 

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. It is a gigantic figure. And the public response understandably is a why. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the seven hundred billion dollar deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a used stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next President takes office.The house approved the bill last week.NPR's Libby Lewis has details.

 

Lawmakers to cut the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon 488 billion dollars. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes seventy billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billion dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest. And the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, Senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis , NPR news Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing seventeen people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.

 

Syria's State-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak street. A road near the city's international airport. It's a police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in a tightly controlled country. Over the past years Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR news I'm Dale Gavlak in Mahlak.

 

Academy Award winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport Connecticut. He was 83 years old.In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including Cool Hand Luke.

 

// wants turned me.. I got here.Come on .They beaten me.//.

 

Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity.But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of its ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy scare and support for the lion of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on Medicare Bill. And to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR news I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House was voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pack in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush Administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I'm Craig Windham.NPR news in Washington.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they are making progress toward agreement on the plan to rescue the financial system, a plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans including Eric Cantor of Virginia say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry.

It's important that we move, a / , it's important that we move with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax money."

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative.


"It is a gigantic figure and the public response understandably is why."


But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the 700-billion-dollar-deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a / stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next president takes office, the House approved the bill last week. NPR's Libby Lewis has details.


Lawmakers took up the spending bill on an emergency basis, because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon, 488 billion dollars. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes 70 billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billion dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest and the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Libby Lewis, NPR News, Washington.


A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport rode today, killing seventeen people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.


Syria's state-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahalak street -- a road near the city's international airport. It said police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria, but it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in the tightly controlled country. Over the past years, Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR News I'm Dale Gavlak in Amman.


Academy Award-winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport, Connecticut. He was 83 years old. In a career that spent more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies, including "Cool Hand Luke."


"I love / wants it turn me."


"But I gotta hear"


"Oh, come on, stop beating it, get out there yourself, stop feeding off me."


Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons.


This is NPR News from Washington.


The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity, but at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.


Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of his ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.


This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy's scare and the support for the lion of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on a Medicare bill, and to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR News, I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.


The House has voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pact in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.


I'm Craig Windham, NPR News, in Washington.



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From NPR news in Washington I'm Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward agreement on a plan to rescue the financial system plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Kantor of Virginia say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry.

 

It's important that we move .And but it's important to remove with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax burden.

 

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. It is a gigantic figure. And the public response understandably is a why. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the seven hundred billion dollar deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a used stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next President takes office.The house approved the bill last week.NPR's Libby Lewis has details.

 

Lawmakers to cut the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon 488 billion dollars. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes seventy billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billion dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest. And the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, Senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis , NPR news Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing seventeen people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.

 

Syria's State-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak street. A road near the city's international airport. It's a police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in a tightly controlled country. Over the past years Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR news I'm Dale Gavlak in Mahlak.

 

Academy Award winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport Connecticut. He was 83 years old.In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including Cool Hand Luke.

 

// wants turned me.. I got here.Come on .Stop beating it. Get off to yourselves, stop beating off me.

 

Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity.But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of its ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy scare and support for the lion of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on Medicare Bill. And to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR news I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House was voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pack in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush Administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I'm Craig Windham.NPR news in Washington.

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From NPR news in Washington I'm Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward agreement on a plan to rescue the financial system,A plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Kantor of Virginia say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry.

 

It's important that we move .And but it's important to remove with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax burden.

 

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. It is a gigantic figure. And the public response understandably is a why. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the seven hundred billion dollar deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a used stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next President takes office.The house approved the bill last week.NPR's Libby Lewis has details.

 

Lawmakers to cut the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon 488 billion dollars. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes seventy billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billion dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest. And the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, Senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis , NPR news Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing seventeen people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.

 

Syria's State-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak street. A road near the city's international airport. It's a police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in a tightly controlled country. Over the past years Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR news I'm Dale Gavlak in Mahlak.

 

Academy Award winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport Connecticut. He was 83 years old.In a career that standed more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including Cool Hand Luke.

 

Let's turn around,wants turned me.. I got it here.Oh,Come on .They are big meat.Get this yourself ,Stop see of me.

 

Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity.But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of its ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy scare and support for the lend of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on Medicare Bill. And to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR news I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House was voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pack in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush Administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I'm Craig Windham.NPR news in Washington.

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to fastflow: Boston的script是软件自动生成的,只能参考,照搬就失去听写的意义了。

 

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by 翩然


From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward agreement oa plan to rescue the financial system -- a plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Kantor of Virginia, say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry.


It's important that we move, but it's important that we move with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax money.


And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. It is a gigantic figure. And the public response understandably is / why. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the seven-hundred-billion-dollar deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a used stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next president takes office. The house approved the bill last week. NPR's Libby Lewis has details.


Lawmakers took up the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon 488 billion dollars. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes seventy billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billion dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest and the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis, NPR News Washington.


A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing seventeen people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.


Syria's State-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak street -- a road near the city's international airport. It said police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in a tightly controlled country. Over the past years, Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR News, I'm Dale Gavlak in Amman.


Academy Award-winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport, Connecticut. He was 83 years old. In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including "Cool Hand Luke".


"I love / wants it turn me."


"But I gotta hear"


"Oh, come on, stop beating it, get out there yourself, stop feeding off me."


Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.


The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity.But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.


Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of its ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.


This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy's scare and the support for the lion of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on a Medicare Bill, and to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR News ,I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.


The House was voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pact in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I'm Craig Windham.NPR News in Washington.
[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-9-28 18:19 编辑 ]
All sunshine without shade, all pleasure without pain, is not life at all.

to fastflow: Boston的script是软件自动生成的,只能参考,照搬就失去听写的意义了。

 

 

是什么厉害软件啊?可以写出来文本吗?

 

算了,我不想知道答案了。免得懒惰了。。。

 

 

呵呵,据说有一种软件,能把音频所说的内容写出来,boston和everyzing就是用的这种软件

by 翩然


[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-9-28 18:22 编辑 ]
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From NPR News in Washington I'm Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward agreement on a plan to rescue the financial system -- a plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Kantor of Virginia say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry.

 

It's important that we move .And but it's important that we move with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax money.

 

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. It is a gigantic figure. And the public response understandably is / why. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the $700-billion deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a used stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next president takes office. The house approved the bill last week. NPR's Libby Lewis has details.

 

Lawmakers took up the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon $488 billion. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes $70 billion for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about $23 billion for victims of flooding in the Midwest and the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis, NPR News, Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing 17 people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.

 

Syria's State-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak Street -- a road near the city's international airport. It said police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in a tightly controlled country. Over the past years, Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR News, I'm Dale Gavlak in Amman.

 

Academy Award-winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport Connecticut. He was 83 years old. In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including Cool Hand Luke”.

"I love / wants it turn me."

 

"But I gotta hear"

 

"Oh, come on, stop beating it, get out there yourself, stop feeding off me."

 

Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity. But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of its ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy’s scare and the support for the lion of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on a Medicare Bill, and to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR news I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House was voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pact in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I'm Craig Windham. NPR news in Washington.

 

我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。
普特听力大课堂

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From NPR News in Washington I'm Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward agreement on a plan to rescue the financial system -- a plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Kantor of Virginia say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry. It's important that we move .And but it's important that we move with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax money.

 

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. It is a gigantic figure, and the public response understandably is why. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the $700-billion deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a used stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next president takes office. The house approved the bill last week. NPR's Libby Lewis has details.

 

Lawmakers took up the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon $488 billion. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes $70 billion for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about $23 billion for victims of flooding in the Midwest and the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis, NPR News, Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing 17 people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.

 

Syria's State-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak Street -- a road near the city's international airport. It said police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in a tightly controlled country. Over the past years, Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR News, I'm Dale Gavlak in Amman.

 

Academy Award-winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport Connecticut. He was 83 years old. In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including “Cool Hand Luke”.

"I love / wants it turn me."

"But I gotta hear"

"Oh, come on, stop beating it, get out there yourself, stop feeding off me."

 

Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity. But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of its ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy’s scare and the support for the lion of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on a Medicare Bill, and to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR News I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House was voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pact in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I'm Craig Windham. NPR News in Washington.

 

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Lawmakers took up this spending bill on an emergency basis because the government budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes the record budget for the Pentagon, 588 billion dollars, that is 6% increased; in addition the bill includes 70 billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billions dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest and recent hurricane across the gulf coast. As part of bill, senators agree the left 26 years ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic-Pacific coast. Lubi Louis, NPR news, Washington.
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The UN Security Council has unanimously passed resolution that reiterates the Council demand of Iran hold its uranium enrichment activity but at insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of new sessions US advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply with any delay with previous UN Security Council concerning Iran nuclear program.
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The House has voted to approved agreement that allow the United State to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pack in the coming week. The measure was supported by Bush administration, but critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spreads of nuclear weapons.
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.
 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward an agreement on a a plan to rescue the financial system -- a plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Kantor of Virginia, say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry.


It's important that we move, but it's important that we move with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax money.

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. It is a gigantic figure. And the public response understandably is a "why" . But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the seven-hundred-billion-dollar deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a used stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next president takes office. The house approved the bill last week. NPR's Libby Lewis has details.

 

Lawmakers took up the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon 488 billion dollars. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes seventy billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billion dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest and the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis, NPR News Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing seventeen people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.

Syria's State-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak street -- a road near the city's international airport. It said police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in a tightly controlled country. Over the past years, Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR News, I'm Dale Gavlak in Amman.

 

Academy Award-winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport, Connecticut. He was 83 years old. In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including "Cool Hand Luke".


"I found it was he turned me in."

 

 

"But I gotta hear"

 


"Oh, come on, stop beating it, get out there yourself, stop feeding off me."


Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity.But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of its ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy's scare and the support for the line(lion?只听说过the `lion's share (of sth)阿,这里for the lion of是什么意思?) of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on a Medicare Bill, and to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR News ,I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House was voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pact in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.
 

I'm Craig Windham.NPR News in Washington.

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Edward Moore "Ted" Kennedy (born February 22, 1932) is the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts and a member of the Democratic Party. In office since November 1962, Kennedy is the second most senior member of the Senate, after President pro tempore of the United States Senate Robert Byrd of West Virginia.[1][2] Due to his long history of public service, he has become well known by his nickname, "The Lion of the Senate." The most prominent living member of the Kennedy family, he is the youngest brother of the former President John F. Kennedy and the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, and the father of Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy. Kennedy is also the sole surviving son of Joseph Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, and one of three of their surviving children (along with Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Jean Kennedy Smith).
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From NPR News in Washington I'm Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they're making progress toward an agreement on a / plan to rescue the financial system -- a plan that includes the key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans, including Eric Kantor of Virginia say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry. It's important that we move .And but it's important that we move with discretion. I think the American people sent us here to protect their tax money.

 

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative.It is a gigantic figure, and the public response understandably is a why. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the $700-billion deal could be completed as soon as tonight. The Senate has passed a used stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next president takes office. The house approved the bill last week. NPR's Libby Lewis has details.

 

Lawmakers took up the spending bill on an emergency basis because the government's budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon $488 billion. That's a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes $70 billion for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about $23 billion for victims of flooding in the Midwest and the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, senators agreed to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Libby Lewis, NPR News, Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital's airport road today, killing 17 people and injuring dozens more. Dale Gavlak has the story.

 

Syria's State-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahlak Street -- a road near the city's international airport. It said police have sealed off the area blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as anti-terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria. But it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in a tightly controlled country. Over the past years, Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR News, I'm Dale Gavlak in Amman.

 

Academy Award-winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in Westport Connecticut. He was 83 years old. In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies including “Cool Hand Luke”.

"I love ??  turned me in"

"But I gotta hear"

"Oh, come on, stop beating it, get out there yourself, stop feeding off me."

 

Newman is survived by his wife of fifty years actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council's demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity. But at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous UN Security Council resolutions concerning Iran's nuclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy's doctors say a medication change as part of its ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. From member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy's third reported seizure in five months. He's at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night's presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy’s scare and the support for the lion of the Senate at the start of the debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He's since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. And he's been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprise trips to Washington in July to vote on a Medicare Bill, and to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the Senate in January. For NPR News I'm Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House was voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India. The Senate will take up the pact in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush administration. But critics argue that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I'm Craig Windham. NPR News in Washington.

 

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From NPR News in Washington, I’m Craig Windham.

 

Negotiators on Capitol Hill say they are making progress toward agreement on a plan to rescue the financial system, a plan that includes they key elements proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. But House Republicans including Eric Cantor of Virginian say they do not like the idea of spending taxpayer dollars on private industry.

 

It’s important that we move, but it’s important that we move with digression, I think the American people send us here to protect their tax money.

 

And GOP Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania says public reaction to the proposal has been largely negative. ‘It is a gigantic figure and the republic response understandably is why.’ But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the 700-billion-dollar deal could be completed as soon as tonight.

 

The senate has passed a huge stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating until the next president takes office, the House approved the bill last week. NPR’s Libby Lewis has details.

 

Lawmakers took up the spending bill on an emergency basis, because the government’s budget year ends on Tuesday. The bill includes a record budget for the Pentagon, 488 billion dollars. That’s a 6% increase. In addition, the bill includes 70 billion dollars for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also includes about 23 billon dollars for victims of flooding in the Midwest, and the recent hurricanes across the Gulf Coast. As part of the bill, senators agree to lift a 26-year-old ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Libby Lewis, NPR News, Washington.

 

A car bomb exploded in Damascus near the Syrian capital’s airport road today, killing 17 people and injuring dozens more, Dale Gavlak has the story.

 

Syria’s state-run TV said a car packed with more than 400 pounds of explosives blew up on Mahalak street, a road near the city’s international airport. It’s said police have sealed off the area, blocking motorists and pedestrians from approaching as entire terror units investigate the incident. Bombings of this kind are rare in Syria, but it is so far among the biggest to have taken place in the tightly controlled country. Over the past year, Syria has also witnessed two prominent political assassinations. For NPR News, I’m Dale Gavlak in Amman.

 

Academy Award-Winning actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his farm house in westward Connecticut, he was 83 years old. In a career that spanned more than half a century, Newman appeared in over 65 movies, including ‘Cool Hand Luke’.

 

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‘I got it here.’

‘Oh, come onnnnn! Stop bating it. Get out the *. Stop * off meeee! ’

 

Newman is survived by his wife of 50 years, actress Joanne Woodward, five children and two grandsons. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that reiterates the Council’s demand that Iran halt its uranium enrichment activity but at the insistence of Russia, the measure includes none of the new sanctions the US had advocated. The resolution calls on Iran to comply fully and without delay with previous US Security Council resolutions concerning Iran’s unclear program.

 

Senator Ted Kennedy’s doctors say a medication change as part of his ongoing cancer treatment cost him to suffer a mild seizure yesterday. For member station WBUR in Boston, Shannon Mullen reports.

 

This was Kennedy’s third reported seizure in five months, he’s at home on Cape Cod today after a brief trip to the hospital yesterday. A statement from his office said Kennedy was looking forward to watching last night’s presidential debate. GOP candidate John McCain mentioned Kennedy’s scare and his support for the line of the senate at the start of debate. Kennedy has cancer and underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor last spring. He’s since had six weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatment, and he’s been making a gradual transition back to his public life including surprised trips to Washington in July to vote on a Medicare bill and to the Democratic National Convention in August to speak in support of Barack Obama. Earlier this month, Kennedy announced plans to return to the senate in January. For NPR News, I’m Shannon Mullen in Boston.

 

The House has voted to approve an agreement that would allow the United States to provide nuclear materials to India, the senate will take up the pack in the coming week. The measure was supported by the Bush administration, but critics argued that the deal would undermine efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

 

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

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