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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I'm Stacey Elgin at CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 


Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan's Nikkei Index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than 20 years and the Paris Stock Exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After Central Banks on three continents intervened, the major global market indexes recovered some of the losses.

 


Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election and the emotions are coming to the surface. Last night's second debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point McCain called Obama the "that one" and Obama suggested McCain's straight talk express lost a wheel.

 


In Portland, Oregon emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation across nearly 100 feet down to hill. Luckily the one person inside the house wasn't hurt. It struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen of soil homes have been evacuated.

 


The son of a Democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into Governor Sarah Palin's personal E-mail account. 20-year-old David Kernell was arraigned in a federal court in Knoxville today. He was released without posting bond. Kernell, an economic student at the university of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though use the internet only for checking E-mail and doing classwork. This trial is set for December 16th. Kernell faces a maximum five years in prison and a 250,000-dollar-fine.

 


We have got some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3.45 and that's down by more 3 cents from yesterday. It's also the lowest price in nearly 6 months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than three bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3.10 but it was selling for as low as $2.69 and two pickup.

 


Well, that's a look at the latest headlines for you this hour. Do you be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I'm Stacey Elgin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan's NIKKEI index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than twenty years. And the Paris stock exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After central banks on three continents intervened the major global market, indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election, and emotions are coming to the surface. Last night's second debate between Senators(为何用复数?) Brack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point McCain called Obama "that one ", and Obama suggested McCain's straight talk express lost a wheel.

 

In Portland Oregon, emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down the hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn't hurt. It struck at least 3 other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen and so homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of a Democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into governor Sarah Palin's personal email account. Twinty-year-old David Kernell was arraigned in federal court in Knoxville today, he was released without posting bond. Kernell an economics student at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though, use the internet only for checking email and doing classwork. His trial is set for December 16th. Kernnel faces a maximum of 5 years in prison and a 250, 000 dollar fine.

 

Well, how about some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is 3. 45, and that is down by more than 3 cents from yesterday. It is also the lowest price in nearly 6 months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than 3 bucks a gallon. The average price there is 3. 10, but it was selling for as low as 2. 69 in Topeka. .

 

Well that is a look at the latest headlines for you this hour. Do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on~

 

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I’m Stacey Elgin at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan’s Nikkei index suffered its biggest sell off in more than twenty years. And the Paris stockade exchange, suspended trading because of the stampede after central banks on tree continents intervened to the major global market indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election, and emotions are coming to the surface. Last night’s second debate between senators Barrack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point McCain called Obama that one and obama suggested McCain’s straight talk express lost avail.

 

In Portland augan, emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crashed nearly one hundred feet down hill. Luckily the one person inside the house wasn’t hurt; it’s struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as the safety precaution, dozens still at homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of a democratic state lawmaker in Tennessean has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into governor Sarah Palin’s personal email account. Twenty-year old David Kernell was reined in federal court in// today. He was released without posting bond. Kernell, an economics student at the University of Tennessean, is not allowed to own a computer. He can’t though use the internet only for checking email and doing class work. His trail is set for December 16th. Kernell faces a maximum of five years in prison and 250,000 dollar fine.

 

We have some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon regular is 345 and that’s down by more than three cents from yesterday. It’s also the lowest price in nearly six month. Some people in canes are getting gasses for a less than three bucks a gallon. The average price there is 310, but it was selling force lowest 269 in Topeka.

 

Well, that’s a look at the latest headlines for you this hour. Do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

 

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Hello and good Wednesday to you ! I'm Stacey Elgin at the CNN Center in Atlanta.Here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London ,Paris,Germany and Tokyo overnight.Japan's index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than 20 years. And the Paris stock exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After central banks on three continents intervened the major global market, indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election and the emotions are coming to the surface.Last night second debate between Senators Barrack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point ,McCain called Pbama "that one" and Obama suggested McCain's straight talk express lost a wheel.

 

In Portland Oregon, Emergency Crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down the Hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn't hurt. It struck at least 3 other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen and so homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of the Democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into governor Sarah Palin's personal email account. 20-year-old David Kernell was arraigned in Federal Court in Knoxville today. He was released without posting a bond. Kernell an economics student at the University of Tennessee is not allow to own a computer ,he can though ,use the internet only for checking email and doing classwork.His trail is set for December 16th. Kernall faces maximum of  5-year in prison and a $250,000 fine.

 

Well,How about some good news,gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is 3.45 and that's down by more than 3 cents from yesterday, it's also the lowest price nearly in six month,some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than 3 bucks a gallon, the average there is 3.10 but it was selling for as low as 2.69 in Topeka.

 

Well,that's a look at the lastest headlines for you this hour,do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day ,thanks for logging on .

 

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I'm Stacey Elgin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan's NIKKEI index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than twenty years. And the Paris stock exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After central banks on three continents intervening at the major global market, indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election, and emotions are coming to the surface. Last night's second debate between Senators Brack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point McCain called Obama "that one ", and Obama suggested McCain's straight talk express lost a wheel.

 

In Portland Oregon, emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down a hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn't hurt. It struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen/ or so homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of a democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into governor Sarah Palin's personal email account. Twinty-year-old David Kernell was arraigned in a federal court in Knoxville today, he was released without posting bond. Kernell an economics student at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though, use the internet only for checking email and doing classwork. His trial is set for December 16th. Kernnel faces a maximum of five years in prison and a 250, 000 dollar fine.

 

Well, how about some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3. 45 and that is down by more than three cents from yesterday. It is also the lowest price in nearly six months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than three bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3. 10, but it was selling for as low as $2. 69 in Topeka.

 

Well that is a look at the latest headlines for you this hour. Do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

 

 

 

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I’m Stacey Elgin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo over night. Japan’s neka index suffered its biggest selloff in more than 20 years, and the Paris stock exchange suspended the trading because of the stamp pee. After central banks on three continents intervened the major global market indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

Lasted a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election and the emotions are coming to the surface. Last night, second debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain was contenties at times. At one time McCain called Obama that one, and Obama suggested McCain’s straight talk express lost a wheel.

 

In Poland, orginy emergency crews are trying to find out what causes this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down the hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn’t hurt. It strike at least three other homes knocked out the power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen of homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of a democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has played not guilty in charges of packing in Governor Sarah Palin’s personal E-mail account. 20-year-old David Knol was reigned several federal coral today, he was released without posting ban. Kirnol and economic student at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer, the can though use the internet only for checking e-mail and doing class-work. His trial will set for Dec, 16th. Konl faces a maximum of five years in prison and 250,000-dollar fine.

 

Well, how about some good news. Gas prices are done again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is 3.45 and that’s down by more than 3 cents from yesterday. It’s also the lowest price in nearly six months. Some people in Canse are getting gas for a less than three bucks a gallon. The average price there is 3.10, but it was sell for as low as 2.69 in Topica.

 

Well, that’s the latest headline for you this hour. Do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I'm Stacey Elgin at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what's happing NOW IN THE NEWS.


Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo over night. Japan’s Nicky Index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than 20 years and the Paris stock exchange suspended trading because of the stand piece. After central banks on three continents intervened into the major global market, index has recovered some of the losses.


Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election, and the both are up coming to the surfaces. Last night, second debate betweens Senators Barack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one more point, McCain called Obama the bad one, and Obama suggested McCain's straight talk express lost a will.


In Portland, xx emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crush nearly 100 feet down a hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn't hurt.
It struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution, a dozen or so homes have been evacuated.


The sound of a democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pled not guilty to charges of hacking into Governor Sarah Palin's personal email account. 22-year-old David Canal was arranged into a federal court in Nokesville today. He was released without posting bond. Canal, an economic student at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer, he can, though, use the internet only for checking email and doing class work. His trail is set for December 16th. Canal faces a maximum of fives years in prison and a 250,000 dollar fine.


We have some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3.45 and that's down by more than 3 cents from yesterday. It's also the lowest price in nearly six months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than 3 bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3.10.
But it will sell off for as low as $2.69 xx.

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I'm Stacey Elgin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan's NIKKEI index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than twenty years. And the Paris stock exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After central banks on three continents intervening at the major global market, indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election, and emotions are coming to the surface. Last night's second debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point McCain called Obama "that one ", and Obama suggested McCain's straight talk express lost a wheel.

 

In Portland Oregon, emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down a hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn't hurt. It struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen/ or so homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of a democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into Governor Sarah Palin's personal email account. Twenty-year-old David Kernell was arraigned in a federal court in Knoxville today, he was released without posting bond. Kernell an economics student at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though, use the internet only for checking email and doing classwork. His trial will set for December 16th. Kernnel faces a maximum of five years in prison and a 250, 000-dollar fine.

 

Well, how about some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3. 45 and that is down by more than three cents from yesterday. It is also the lowest price in nearly six months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than three bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3. 10, but it was selling for as low as $2. 69 in Topeka.

 

Well that is a look at the latest headlines for you this hour. Do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I'm Stacey Elgin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan's NIKKEI index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than twenty years. And the Paris Stock Exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After central banks on three continents intervened/ ,the major global market / indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election, and emotions are coming to the surface. Last night's second debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point McCain called Obama "that one ", and Obama suggested McCain's straight talk express lost a wheel.

 

In Portland Oregon, emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down a hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn't hurt. It struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen or so homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of a democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into governor Sarah Palin's personal email account. Twenty-year-old David Kernell was arraigned in a federal court in Knoxville today, he was released without posting bond. Kernell, an economics student ,at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though, use the internet only for checking email and doing classwork. His trial'll  set for December 16th. Kernnel faces a maximum of five years in prison and a 250, 000 dollar fine.

 

Well, how about some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3. 45 and that is down by more than three cents from yesterday. It is also the lowest price in nearly six months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than three bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3. 10, but it was selling for as low as $2. 69 in Topeka.

 

Well that is a look at the latest headlines for you this hour. Do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

 

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I'm Stacey Elgin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan's NIKKEI index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than twenty years. And the Paris stock exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After central banks on three continents intervene into the major global market, indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

 Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election, and emotions are coming to the surface. Last night's second debate between Senators Brack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point McCain called Obama "that one ", and Obama suggested McCain's straight talk express lost a wheel.

 

In Portland Oregon, emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down a hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn't hurt. It struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen/ or so homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of a democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into governor Sarah Palin's personal email account. Twinty-year-old David Kernell was arraigned in a federal court in Knoxville today, he was released without posting bond. Kernell an economics student at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though, use the internet only for checking email and doing classwork. His trial is set for December 16th. Kernnel faces a maximum of five years in prison and a 250, 000 dollar fine.

 

 Well, how about some good news. Gas prices are down again. Tripal A says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3. 45 and that is down by more than three cents from yesterday. It is also the lowest price in nearly six months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than three bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3. 10, but it was selling for as low as $2. 69 in Topeka.

 

Well that is a look at the latest headlines for you this hour. Do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

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Hello good Wednesday to you I’m Stacey Elgin at cnn center in Atlanta. Here’s a look what’s happening now in the news.

 

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What that’s the latest headlines for you this hour. Be sure Do stay with cnn for more on these stories and others news of the day. Thanks for logging on.     
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Hello and good Wednesday to you. I’m Stacey Elgin at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan’s Nikkei Index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than 20 years. And the Paris Stock Exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After Central Banks on three …intervene into the major global market, indexes recover some of the losses.

 

Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election and the emotions are coming to surface. Last night, second debate between senators Barrack Obama and John Mccain was contentious at times. At one point, Mccain called Obama “that one”. And Obama suggested Mccain’s straight talk expressed “lost a will”.

 

In Poland, organ emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down the hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn’t hurt. It’s struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution, a dozen or so homes have been evacuated.

 

A son of a Democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into governor Sarah Palin’s personal email account. 20-year-old David K was arranged in a federal court in Knoxville today. He was released without posting …K and economic students at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though use the Internet only for checking emails and doing class work. He trial is set for Dec 16th. K faces the maximum 5 years in prison and $250,000 fine.

 

We have got some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3.45 and that’s downed by more than three cents from yesterday. It’s also the lowest price in six months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than 3 bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3.10. But it’s selling first lowest $2.69 in …

 

Well, that’s a look at the latest headlines for you at this hour. Do wish you to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on. [ 本帖最后由 mick-liang33 于 2008-10-9 21:34 编辑 ]
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Hello ,good wednesday to you,i'm stacey elgin at the cnn center in atlanta,here is a look at what's happening now in the news.
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well we have some good news.gas prices are down again.aaa says the national average for a galon of regular is 3.45.that's down by more then 3 cents from yesterday.it's also the lowest prices nearly six month.some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than three bucks a galon.the average price there is 4.10.but it was selling for it's lowest 2.69 in topeka.

well that's a look at the latest headlines for you this hour,do you wish stay with cnn for more on this stories and other news of the day.thanks for logging on.

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Hello and good Wednesday to you, I'm Stacey Elgin at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan's NIKKEI index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than twenty years. And the Paris Stock Exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After central banks on three continents intervened the major global market, indexes recovered some of the losses.

 

Less than a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election, and emotions are coming to the surface. Last night's second debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point, McCain called Obama "that one ", and Obama suggested "McCain's straight talk express lost a wheel"(查了一下辩论会原文: And you know, Sen. McCain, I think the "Straight Talk Express" lost a wheel on that one.).

 

In Portland Oregon, emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down a hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn't hurt. It struck at least three other homes and knocked out power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen or so homes have been evacuated.

 

The son of a democratic state lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking into governor Sarah Palin's personal email account. Twenty-year-old David Kernell was arraigned in a federal court in Knoxville today, he was released without posting bond. Kernell, an economics student ,at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though, use the internet only for checking email and doing classwork. His trial is set for December 16th. Kernnel faces a maximum of five years in prison and a 250, 000-dollar fine.

 

Well, how about some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3. 45 and that is down by more than three cents from yesterday. It is also the lowest price in nearly six months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than three bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3. 10, but it was selling for as low as $2. 69 in Topeka.

 

Well that is a look at the latest headlines for you this hour. Do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

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 Hello and good Wednesday to you. I’m Stacy Elgin at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here is a look at what’s happening Now in the news. 

Stock prices collapsed in London, Paris, Germany and Tokyo overnight. Japan’s Nikkei index suffered its biggest sell-off in more than 20 years. And the Paris Stock Exchange suspended trading because of the stampede. After central banks on three continents intervened the major global market indexes recovered some of the losses. 

Lasted a month and only one more debate to go until the presidential election,and emotions are coming to the surface. Last night’s second debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain was contentious at times. At one point, McCain called Obama “that one”. And Obama suggested McCain’s straight talking express lost a wheel. 

In Portland, organ emergency crews are trying to figure out what caused this house to break free from its foundation and crash nearly 100 feet down a hill. Luckily, the one person inside the house wasn’t hurt. It struck at least three other homes and knocked down power in the area. Just as a safety precaution a dozen or so homes have been evacuated. 
 

The son of a Democratic State lawmaker in Tennessee has pleaded not guilty to charges of hacking Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s personal e-mail account. 20-year-old David Kernell was arranged in a Federal court in Knoxville today. He was released without posting ban. Kernell, an economic student at the University of Tennessee is not allowed to own a computer. He can though use the internet only for checking e-mail and doing class work. His trial is set for December 16th. Kernell faces a maximum of 5 years in prison and 250,000-dollar fine. 

Well how about some good news. Gas prices are down again. AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular is $3.45. That’s down by more than 3 cents from yesterday. It’ also the lowest price in nearly 6 months. Some people in Kansas are getting gas for less than 3 bucks a gallon. The average price there is $3.10. But it was selling for its lowest $2.69 in Topeka. 

well, that’s the latest headlines for you this hour, do be sure to stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day. Thanks for logging on.

[ 本帖最后由 cyan1120 于 2008-10-10 22:28 编辑 ]
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