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Hoping 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 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 a hundred and ten billion dollars to improve its chances in the house. Nearly fifteen members switched sides in the house and measured pass 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 poudits are describing Thursday’s night exchange between democratic Joe Biden and republican Sara 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 wreckage 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 that the plane crashed head on into a mountain and storm clouds may have played a part in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared thirteen months ago.

 

Wachovia wants to walk away from its tentative deal with Citigroup. Now it’s announcing instead is gonna merge with banking giant Wells Fargo. 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 Wells 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 will against the defense, despite finding that prosecutors broke rules were requiring them to turn over evidence favorable to the 84-year-old lawmaker. The trail is reassessed until Monday. Steven is accused of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of a 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 cell phone. Take care.

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 four days after voting down a version of the rescue plan. And President Bush signed it in a short time later. The move a * a 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 to 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 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 the 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’re having a great day. I’m Nicole Lapin at the CNN center in Atlanta. You’re to 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 a short time later. The move cap a hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capital Hill. The Senate @ that 700 billion 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 262 to 171.

 

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Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve F’s plane. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week, hikers have found F’s ID, cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities 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.

 

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

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Hope you are having a great day, I am Nicole Lapin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is look at what's happenning NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The House has just approved a massive Wall Street bailout just four days after holding down inversion of the rescue plan and President Bush sounded short time later. The move are called a hectic sometimes chaotic week on Capitol Hill. They sended it rather __ it that 700-billion-dollar-bill and edited several provisions worth a 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 50 members switched sides in the House and measure passed by an comfortable margin. It went down to 263 to 131.

 

Setting at the same time as US vice-presidental candidates took their first and only debate to the stage last night. They were polite but pointed as there are a lot of punches as described in Thursday's night exchange between Democratic John Biden and Republican Serr Palin. Among these topics they covered were the economy, wars in Iraq and Afganistan, and environment. And no the candidate we should say may have any serious mistypes.

 

Investagators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett's plain. The DNA of a bone is now being tested at a California lab. Earlier this week hikers founded Fossett's ID cards, cash and other things in this area. Authority said the plain crashed head on into the mountain and storm plunged may have play a part in this accident. The millionaire adventured disappeared 13 months ago.

 

While Wachovia wants to walk away from its attentative deal with Citigroup, now announcing instead it's get immerged with banking giant Wells Fargo. The announement has were straight happy with stocks just higher on the news. The deal would be worth 14.1 billion dollars. Investors liked it because it has it in force 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. And a statement of Citigroup says it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

Apparenly there would be no mis-trial in the Alaska senator Atten Stevens corruption case. The judge would against the defense just fight finding that the prosecutors Broke Ruce requiring and determined over evidence favorable to the 84 year law maker. The trial is re-assisted here in Monday, seeing or accuses and filing to a report to a houndreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts from oil services contractor. And those are the headlines of 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 are capped 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 Democratic Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. Among these topics they covered were the economy, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and / environment. And no 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(would) 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 and detained 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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Hoping you have 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.

 

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

 

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感谢Ghance分享资料。不过这里cap作为动词,解释为以。。。。而结束更合理。

此次bailout似乎没有任何内容涉嫌设置cap

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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 four 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 added several provisions worth $110 billion 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. 

 

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 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 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 features 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 the 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 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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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 four days after voting down a version of the rescue plan and the President Bush signed short time later. The move a carp a hectic sometimes kaiotic week on Capitol Hill. The senator reservated that 700-billion-dollar bailout and add its several provisions worth 110 billion dollars to improve its chances in the House. Nearly 15 members switch size in the House, and the measure passed by a comfortable margin. It went down to 263 to 171.

 

/at 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 a lot held a are describing. Thursday’s night exchange between Democratic Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin, among the topics, they covered where the economy, wars of Iraq and Afghanistan and the environment. Not a candidate we should say may make any serious missteps.

 

Investigators have found human remains in the wreckage of Steve Fossett’s plane. A DNA of a bone is now being tested at CA lab. Earlier this week, hikers found Steve Fossett‘s ID cards, cash and other things in this area. Authorities said the plan crash head-on into a mountainside and storm crout may have have played apart in this accident. The millionaire adventurer disappeared 13 months ago.

 

Wachovia wants to talk away from its tentative deal with city group, now announcing its dead emerge with banking Giant Wells Fargo. The announcement with straight happy with/ features high around the news. The deal would be worth $15.1 billion. And investigators like it because it has been force by the regulators and also does use government money. Citigroup however, does not like it. It has already demanded that Wachovia and Wells Fargo terminated this proposal. In a statement, city group says that it has an exclusive agreement with Wachovia.

 

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

 

And those are the headlines this hour, for more on those stories and other news of the day, /…take care.
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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 four 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 added several provisions worth $110 billion 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. 

 

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 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 features 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 the 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 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 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 is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS. 

 

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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 cap, a hectic, sometimes chaotic week on Capitol Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout added several provisions worth $110 billion 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. 

 

上一版华尔街援助计划被众议院否决了,仅过了4天,众议院就通过了一项新的更为庞大的援助计划,布什很快便签署了这项计划。为了这个救援计划,美国国会渡过了忙碌甚至有些混乱无序的一周。参议院重新激活了这项7000亿美元的援助计划并为其增加了几项总价值1100亿美元的条款以增加在众议院通过的几率。差不多50位众议员改变了他们当初的投票立场。该计划最终以263票赞成171票反对的较大优势获得通过。

 

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. 

 

同时关注美国副总统候选人。他们进行了首次也是唯一的一次台上辩论。"昨晚他们表现得优雅却不乏针锋相对。"专家们这样描述周四晚上民主党人约瑟夫.拜登和共和党人沙拉.佩琳两人辩论时的表现。辩论中他们谈及了经济、伊拉克和阿富汗战争还有环境问题。应该说两人都没有明显的失误。

 

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 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. 

 

调查人员在史蒂夫.福斯的飞机残骸中发现了人的尸骨。骨头的DNA正在加州的一个实验室里进行检测。本周早些时候,徒步旅行者们在这一地区发现了福斯的身份证、一些卡、现金和其他东西。当局表示,飞机迎面撞毁在一座山上,暴风云可能是事故的部分原因。这位身为百万富翁的冒险家13个月前失踪。

 

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 features 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. 

 

美联银行想抽身于它和花旗银行间的暂定协议。如今它宣布将同银行业巨头富国银行合并。这一消息令华尔街开心,随之而来的便是股票期货的走高。这份合并协议价值151亿美元。投资者乐于接受这一合并,因为它不是迫于监管部门的压力,花的也不是政府的钱。然而花旗银行并不满意,它已经要求美联银行和富国银行停止这一计划。花旗银行在一份声明中指出,他和美联银行之间有一份排他性协议。

 

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska the 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 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. 

 

显然阿拉斯加州参议员泰德·史蒂文斯的腐败案不会出现无效审判了。法官否决了辩方的请求,因为发现公诉人违规的要求辩方出示有利于这位84岁的立法者兼被告的证据。审判将在下周一开始,史蒂文斯被控瞒报从一位石油服务承包商那里获得的价值数十万美元的礼物。

 

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 your cell phone. Take care.

 

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Hoping you are 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 Wall Street bailout just four days after voting down a version of the rescue plan and President Bush signed it a shot 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 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. Well, 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, words on Iraq and Afghanistan and environment. Another candidate, we should say, made any serious missteps.

 

Investigators have found a 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 weeks, 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 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 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 curruption 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 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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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 four 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 added several provisions worth $110 billion 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. 

 

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 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 features 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 the 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 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.

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听的非常厉害,比我强多了,仅改几个翻译的细节,个人观点而已。

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.

大家好,我是尼科.莱宾,这里是CNN亚特兰大总部,下面是当时新闻。

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 cap, a hectic, sometimes chaotic week on Capitol Hill. The Senate resurrected that 700-billion-dollar bailout added several provisions worth $110 billion 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.

上一版华尔街救援计划被众议院否决后仅过了4天,众议院就通过了一项庞大的救援计划,布什总统很快便签署了这项计划。这个议案让美国国会渡过了一个狂热,忙碌,甚至有些混乱的一周。参议院重新激活了这项7000亿美元的援助计划并为其增加了几项总价值1100亿美元的条款以增加在众议院通过的几率。差不多50位众议员改变了他们当初的投票立场。该计划最终以263票赞成171票反对的较大优势获得通过。

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.

 同时关注美国副总统候选人。他们进行了首次也是唯一的一次台上辩论。"昨晚他们表现得优雅却不乏针锋相对。"专家们是这样描述周四晚上民主党人约瑟夫.拜登和共和党人沙拉.佩琳两人辩论时的表现。辩论中他们谈及了经济、伊拉克和阿富汗战争还有环境问题。应该说两人都没有严重的失误。

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 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.

调查人员在史蒂夫.福斯的飞机残骸中发现了人的尸骨。骨头的DNA正在加州的一个实验室里进行检测。本周早些时候,徒步旅行者们在这一地区发现了福斯的身份证、一些卡、现金和其他东西。当局表示,飞机迎面撞毁在一座山上,暴风云可能是事故的部分原因。这位百万富翁的冒险家13个月前失踪。

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 features 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.

美联银行想抽身于它和花旗银行间的暂定协议。如今它宣布将同银行业巨头富国银行合并。这一消息令华尔街雀跃,股价随即走高。这份合并协议价值151亿美元。投资者乐于接受这一合并,因为它不是迫于监管部门的压力,花的也不是政府的钱。然而花旗银行并不满意,它已经要求美联银行和富国银行停止这一计划。花旗银行在一份声明中指出,他和美联银行已签署了一份排他性协议。

Apparently there will be no mistrial in the Alaska the 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 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.

显然,阿拉斯加州参议员泰德·史蒂文斯的贪腐案不会出现无效审判了。法官否决了辩方的请求,因为发现公诉人违反规定要求辩方出示有利于这位84岁立法者兼被告的证据。审判将在下周一开始,史蒂文斯被控瞒报从一位石油服务承包商那里获得的价值数十万美元的礼物。

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 your cell phone. Take care. 以上就是这一时段的要闻,CNN会一直在网上、电视上 和您的手机上为您提供详情和其他新闻。

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原帖由 yegougaofei 于 2008-10-4 20:36 发表 on fanjun780523 听的非常厉害,比我强多了,仅改几个翻译的细节,个人观点而已。 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 N ...

 

谢谢 yegougaofei 纠正 :)

 

另外你觉得那个 cap 怎么翻好一点儿? :)

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