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[整理] CNN 2008-10-4 [整理人]seeyou8286

Hope you’re having a great day, I’m Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS. 

 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just four days after voting down a version of the rescue plan. And President Bush signed it a short time later. The move capped a hectic, sometimes chaotic week on Capitol Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout and added several provisions worth $110 billion to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 50 members switched sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263 to 171. 

 

It’s coming at the same time as US vice-presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage. Last night they were polite but pointed. That’s how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday’s night exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they covered were the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And neither candidate, we should say, made any serious missteps. 

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett’s plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers found Fossett’s ID, cards, cash and other things in this area. Authority said that the plane crashed head-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago. 

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup, now announcing instead it’s gonna merged with banking giant Wells Fargo. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock futures higher on the news. The deal would be worth $15.1 billion. Investors like it because it hasn’t been forced by the regulators and also it doesn’t use government money. Citigroup, however, does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Wells Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia. 

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska  Senator Ted Stevens’ corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor. 

 

And those are the headlines at this hour. For more on those stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or on your cell phone. Take care.

[ 本帖最后由 seeyou8286 于 2008-10-6 13:44 编辑 ]

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Hoping you’re having a great day!I’m Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS. 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the rescue plan. And President Bush signed a short time later. The move a capped ,a, er, hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capitol Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 15 members switched sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263: 171. 

Seeing at the same time as US Vice Presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage. Last night they were polite but pointed. That’s how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday night’s exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they coved the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And not a candidate, we should say, made any serious steps. 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett’s plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers found Fossett’s ID cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities say the plane crashed head-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have play, played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago. 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its intended deal with Citigroup. And now it’s announcing, instead, it’s gonna with banking giant, Wells Fargo. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock future higher on the news. The deal will be worth 15.1 billion dollars. And investors like it because it hasn’t been enforced by the regulators and also doesn’t use government money. Citigroup however does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Well Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia. 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in Alaska Ted Stevens corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gift from an oil services contractor. 

And those are the headlines this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or your cell phone. Take care!
[ 本帖最后由 我本楚狂人 于 2008-10-4 09:07 编辑 ]
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Hope you're having a great day!I’m Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS. The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the rescue plan. And President Bush signed it a short time later. The move a capped ,a, er, hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capitol Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 15 members switched sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263: 171.

Seeing at the same time as US Vice Presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage. Last night they were polite but pointed. That’s how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday night’s exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they coved the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And not a candidate, we should say, made any serious steps.

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett’s plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers found Fossett’s ID cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities say the plane crashed head-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have play, played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago. 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup. And now announcing, instead, it’s gonna with banking giant, Wells Frago. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock future higher on the news. The deal will be worth 15.1 billion dollars. And investors like it because it hasn’t enforced by the regulators and also doesn’t use government money. Citigroup however does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Well Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

Apparently there will be no mistrial in Alaska Ted Stevens corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gift from an oil services contractor.

And those are the headlines this hour. Fo more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or your cell phone. Take care!

[ 本帖最后由 jaylove 于 2008-10-4 09:18 编辑 ]
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on 我本楚狂人

Hoping you’re having a great day!I’m Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS. 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the plan. And President Bush signed a short time later. The move a cap , a hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capital Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 15 members switched sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263: 171. 

Seeing at the same time as US Vice Presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage. Last night they were polite but pointed. That’s how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday night’s exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they coverd were the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And not a candidate, we should say, made any serious missteps. 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett’s plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers found Fossett’s ID cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities say the plane crashed head-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have play, played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago. 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup. And now  announcing, instead, it’s gonna merge with banking giant, Wells Frago. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock future higher on the news. The deal would  be worth 15.1 billion dollars.  investors like it because it hasn’t enforced by the regulators and also doesn’t use government money. Citigroup however does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Well Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia. 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska senator Ted Stevens corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor. 

And those are the headlines this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or your cell phone. Take care!
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Hoping you are having a great day. I'm Nicole Laptin at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down inversion on the rescue plan and President Bush signed a short time later. The move acted a hectic sometimes chaotic weak on Capital Hill. The senate reservia wrecked that 700-billion-dollar bailout and added several provisions worth 110-billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 15 members switched sides in House and a measure passed by a comfortable margin it went down to 263 to 171.

 

Coming at the same time, as US Vice-presidential candidates they took their first and only debate to the stage last night. They were polite but pointed and that a lot of pundits described Thursday's night exchanged between Democratic Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics, they covered were the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and environment. And neither candidate we should say made any serious missteps.

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett's plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at California lab. Earlier this week hikers have found Fosseet's ID cards cash and other things in this area. Authorities say that the plane crash head on into a mountain and storm clouds may have played the part in this accident. The millionaire bencher disappeared 13 months ago.

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citi Group. Now announcing its debt is going merged with banking giant Wells Fargo. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stork features higher on the news. The deal would be worth 15.1-billion dollars. Investors like it because it hasn't been forced by the regulators and it also doesn't use government money. Citi Group, however, does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Wells Fargo terminated this proposal. In a statement, Citi Group says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

Apparently there will be no mis-trail in the Alaska, Senator Ted Stevens's corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors' broke laws requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report a hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor.

 

And those are the headlines at this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day CNN is always your source online on TV or on your cell phone. Take care.

 

[ 本帖最后由 griselda 于 2008-10-4 09:26 编辑 ]
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On milkycow

Hoping you’re having a great dayI’m Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS. 

 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the plan. And President Bush signed a short time later. The move a cap, a hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capital Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 15 members switched sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263: 171. 

 

Seeing at the same time as US Vice Presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage. Last night they were polite but pointed. That’s how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday night’s exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they covered were the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And neither candidate, we should say, made any serious missteps. 

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett’s plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers found Fossett’s ID cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities say the plane crashed head-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have play, played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago. 

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup. And now announcing its debt it’s gonna merged with banking giant, Wells Fargo. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock featured higher on the news. The deal would be worth 15.1 billion dollars.  Investors like it because it hasn’t enforced by the regulators and also doesn’t use government money. Citigroup however does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Well Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia. 

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska senator Ted Stevens corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor. 

 

And those are the headlines this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or your cell phone. Take care!

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铲除一切猴面包树……
Everything is about attitude “)

on griselda

Hoping you’re having a great day!I’m Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS. 

 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the rescue plan. And President Bush signed it a short time later. The move a cap, a hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capital Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 15 members switched sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263: 171. 

 

Seeing at the same time as US Vice Presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage. Last night they were polite but pointed. That’s how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday night’s exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they covered were the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And neither candidate, we should say, made any serious missteps. 

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett’s plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers found Fossett’s ID cards, cash and other things in this area. Authority says the plane crashed head-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have play, played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago. 

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup. And now announcing its debt it’s gonna merged with banking giant, Wells Fargo. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock featured higher on the news. The deal would be worth 15.1 billion dollars.  Investors like it because it hasn’t been forced by the regulators and also doesn’t use government money. Citigroup however does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Well Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia. 

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska senator Ted Stevens corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor. 

 

And those are the headlines at this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or your cell phone. Take care!

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Hope you are having a great day. I’m Nicole Lapin at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just four days after voting down a version of the rescue plan and President Bush signed it a short time later. The move //, a hectic, sometimes chaotic week on Capital Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion dollar- bailout and added several provisions, worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 50 members switched sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263-171.

 

This coming at the same time, as US Vice-presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage last night. They were polite but pointed. That’s how a lot of pundits are describing. Thursday night exchange between Democratic Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they covered were the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And not a candidate we should say made any serious missteps.

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckages of Steve Fossett’s plane. The DNA of a bone is now been tested at a California lab. Earlier this week, hikers found Fossett’s ID, cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities say the plan crashed headed-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago.

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup, but now announcing instead it’s gonna merge with banking giant Wells Fargo. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock futures higher on the news. The deal would be worth 15.1 billion dollars. Investors like it because it hasn’t been forced by the regulators and also it doesn’t use government money. Citigroup however, does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Wells Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska Senator Ted Stevens’ disruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trial is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor.

 

And those are the headlines at this hour, for more on those stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source online on TV or on your cell phone. Take care.

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Hope you're having a great day ! I'm Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta.Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The House has just approved a massive Wallstreet bailout just four days after voting down a version of the rescue plan.And President Bush signed it a short time later.The move a hectic sometimes a chaotic week on Capital Hill.The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout and added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve it's chances in the House. Nearly 15 members switched sides in the House and the measure passed by a comfortable margin.It went down to 263:171.

 

Seeing at the same time as US Vice-Presidential candidates took their first and only debates to the stage. Last night,they were polite but pointed.That's how a lot of pundits are describing.Thursday's night,exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin.Among these topics they covered were the economy ,wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the enviroment .And not a candidate ,we should say made any serious missteps .

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett's plan.The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab.Earlier this week,hikers have found Fossett's ID cards ,cash and other things in this area. Authorities say the plan crashed headed-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago.

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup.And now announcing, instead, it's gonna merge with banking giant, Wells Frago.The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock future higher on the news. The deal would be worth 15.1 billion dollars. Investors like it because it hasn't been forced by the regulators and also doesn't use government money. Citigroup however does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Well Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in Alaska. Senator Ted Stevens' corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to a 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gift from an oil services contractor.

 

And those are the headlines at this hour. For more on those stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or on your cellphone. Take care!

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Hope you're having a great day!I'm Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.


The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the rescue plan. And President Bush signed it a short time later. The move a cap, a / hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capitol Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout and added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 50 members switch/ sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263 to 171.

 

Scanning at the same time as US Vice Presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage. Last night they were polite but pointed. That's how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday's night/ exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they coved a word of the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And not a candidate, we should say, made any serious misstepts.

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett's plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers found Fossett's ID, cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities say that the plane crashed head-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have / played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago. 

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup. Now announcing, instead, it's gonna merge with banking giant, Wells Frago. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock futures higher on the news. The deal would be worth 15.1 billion dollars. Investors like it because it hasn't been forced by the regulators and also it doesn't use government money. Citigroup however does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Wells Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska Senator Ted Stevens corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense just by finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trial is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor.

 

And those are the headlines at this hour. For more on theoe stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or your cell phone. Take care!

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Hope you're having a great day!I'm Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.


The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the rescue plan. And President Bush signed it a short time later. The move, a cap, a hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capitol Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout and added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 50 members switch sides in the House. And the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263 to 171.

 

Scanning at the same time as US Vice Presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage. Last night they were polite but pointed. That's how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday's night exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among the topics they covered a word of the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. And not a candidate, we should say, made any serious misstepts.

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett's plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers found Fossett's ID, cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities say that the plane crashed head-on into a mountain and storm clouds may have / played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago. 

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup. Now announcing, instead, it's gonna merge with banking giant, Wells Frago. The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock futures higher on the news. The deal would be worth 15.1 billion dollars. Investors like it because it hasn't been forced by the regulators and also it doesn't use government money. Citigroup however does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Wells Fargo terminate this proposal. In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska Senator Ted Stevens corruption case. The judge ruled against the defense just by finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trial is recessed until Monday. Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor.

 

And those are the headlines at this hour. For more on theoe stories and other news of the day, CNN is always your source, online, on TV or your cell phone. Take care!

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Hope you're having a great day,I'm Nicole Lapin,at the CNN Center in Atlanta,here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the rescue plan and President Bush signed it a short time later.The move / a hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capitol hill.The senate resurrected that 700 billion dollar bailout then added several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House.Nearly 50 members switched sides in the house and the measure passed by a comfortable margine.It went down to 263 to 171.

 

It's coming up the same time as US vice presidential candidate took their first and only debate to the stage last night.They were polite but pointed,that's how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday night's exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin.Among the topic they covered were the economy,wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment.And neither candidate we should say made any serious missteps.

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett's plane.The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California Lab.Earlier this week hikers found Fossett's ID cards,cash and other things in this area.Authorities say that the plane crashed head on into a mountain and storm clouds may have played a part in this accident.The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago.

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative Deal with Citigroup.Now announcing its jet is gonna merge with banking giant Wells Fargo.The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock future's higher on the news.The deal would be worth 15.1 billion dollars.Investors like it because it has it enforced by the regulators and also it doesn't use government money.Citigroup however does not like it.It has already demanded that Wachovia and Wells Fargo terminate this proposal.In a statement Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial.In the Alaska senator Ted Stevens's corruption case.The judge ruled against the defense despite finding that the prosecutor's broke rules requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84 year old lawmaker.The trial is resistant on Monday.Stevens is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from an oil services contractor.

 

And those are the headlines at this hour,for more on those stories and other news of the day,CNN is always your source online,on TV,or on your cellphone,take care.

坚持下去,享受下去...
That man is coming back again...

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hoping you're having a great day. i 'm nicole lapin at cnn center in atlanta.here is a look what happen now in the news//

 

 the house have just approved a massive wall street bailout just four days after voting down a version of the rescue plan. and president bush signed it short time later. they move a cap,a erh. a headache sometimes chaotic a week on captical hill . the senate resurrected the 700billion bailout and add it several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve the chances in the house.nearly 50memerbers switch sides in the house and measure pass by a comfortable margin . it went down to 263 to 171.//

 

scaning at the same time. as us vice president two candidates took their first and only debate at the stage last night. they were polite but pointed that how a lot pundits are describing thurday night exchanges between democrat john biden and republic sarah palin. among the topic they covered were the economy.war in the iraq . afghanistan and environment. and neither candidate we should say made any serious missteps//

 

 

 investigator has found human remains in the wreckage of ** plane.the DNAof its bone is now been texted at the california's lab.earliar the week . hikers found Fossett’sf ID card.cash.and other things in this areas.authority says the plane crash head on into a mountain and storm clouds may have play a part in this accident. the millionaire adventure disappeared 13months ago //

 

 Wachovia wants to work away from it tentative deal citigroup.now announcing it debt is going to merge with banking giant wells fargo . the announcement has wall street happy with stock featured higher on the news.the deal would be worth 15.1billion dollars. investors like it because it has been force by the regulators and also doesn't use the goverment money. citigroup however does not like it .it is already demanded that wachovia and wells fargo terminate the proposals. and the statement citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with wachovia.//

 

apparently there would be no mistrial in alaska.senator ted stevens corruption case.the judge ruled against the fence just by finding that prosecutor was broke the laws requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84 years old lawmaker. the trial is recessed until monday .steven is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from a oil service contractor//

 

 

and those are the headlines at this hour.for more other stroies in other news of the day .cnn is always your source online.on tv.on your cell phone.take care

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Hoping you're having a great day,I'm Nicole Lapin at the CNN center in Atlanta.Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The House has just proved a massive Wall Streat bailout just 4 days after voting down a version of the rescue plan.And President Bush signed a short time later.The move of cap, a hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capital Hill.The Senate resurrected that 700,000,000,000-dollar bailout added it's several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House.Nearly 15 members switched sides in the House,and measure passed by a comfortable margin.It went down to 263:171.

 

Seeing at the same time as US Vice Presidential candidates took their first and only debate to the stage last night ,they were polite but pointed.That's how a lot of pundits are describing Thursday night's exchange between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin.Among the topics they covered was the econormy ,the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the enviroment.And not a candidate ,we should say, made serious missteps.

 

Investigators has found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Forssett's plane.The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab.Earlier this week,hikers found Forssett's ID cards,cash and other things in this area.Authorities say the plane crashed head-on into a mountain ,and storm and clouds may have played a part in this accident.The millionare adventurer disappeared 13 months ago.

 

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from it's tentative deal with CityGroup.And now announcing, instead it's gonna merge with banking giant--Wells Frago.The announcement has Wall Street happy with stock future higher on the news.The deal will be worth 15.1 billion dollars.Investors like it because it hasn't enforced by the regulators and also doesn't use goverment money.Citygroup,however,does not like it.It has already demanded that Wachovia and Wells Frago terminate this proposal.In the statement CityGroup says an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

Apparently there'll be no mistrial in the Alaska senator Ted Stevens corruption case.The judge ruled aganist the defense despite finding that the prosecutors broke rules requiring them to turn to over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker.The trail is recessed until Monday.Steve was accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from the oil service's contractor.

 

And those are the headlines at this hour,for more unknow stories and other news is alway your source on line,on TV or on your cellphone.Take care.

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