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

 

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is briefing representatives of the so called G-20 including the world's richest nations and the largest developing nations on the steps being taken by the US and other countries to restore confidence in the global financial system. Earlier today President Bush met with the top financial officials from the G7 nations. "The United States has a special role to play in leading the response to this crisis. That's why I convened this morning's meeting here at the White House, and that is why our government will continue using all the tools at our disposal to resolve this crisis." After Mr Bush's remarks, the International Monetary Fund's Policy Setting Committee meeting in Washington strongly endorsed the steps outlined by the US and the six other major industrialized nations to unfreeze credit markets and shore up banks and other financial institutions. Egypt's Finance Minister Boutros Ghali is head of the IMF panel. "There is a resolve in the international community that this crisis will be resolved that no tools will be spared to address its ramification." Boutros Ghali says nations must coordinate their efforts and they must be prepared for bold action to address the crisis.

 

The Bush administration has removed North Korea from the US list of countries that sponsor terrorism. The move came after North Korean leaders agreed to resume disabling a plutonium plant and to allow some inspections of known nuclear facilities. NPR's Corie Komen reports.

 

North Korea has agreed to several other provisions, most importantly leaders will disable their main nuclear power plant and let international inspectors check the work. State Department spokesman Sean Mccormack says the deal satisfies the Bush administration. "Every element of verification that we sought is included in this package." The agreement is provisional. That means if North Korea doesn't keep its word, it will go back on the US list of countries that sponsor terrorism and that means sanctions such as a block in economic and other aid. Corie Komen, NPR News, Washington.

 

GOP presidential nominee John McCain was campaigning in Iowa today, a state where polls show him trailing. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

 

John McCain held a mid-day rally in Davenport, Iowa, telling supporters his weak standing in the polls there just means they'll have to work harder in the last weeks before the election. McCain acknowledged that Americans are angry about the state of the economy, adding he has the skills to turn things around. "Who is ready to lead? You. In a time of trouble and danger for our country, who would put our country first? You." A pastor who delivered the invocation at the rally offered a prayer for McCain's victory, saying otherwise, millions of Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims praying for Barack Obama will think "their God is bigger". McCain was not present when the pastor spoke. Scott Horsley, NPR News.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Democratic congressional leaders are considering calling lawmakers back to Washington after the election for a lame-duck session to take up a second economic stimulus bill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said a 150-billion-dollar plan is needed, one that would include an extension of unemployment benefits and money for food stamps as well as possible tax rebates.

 

The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has made a televised appeal for people to take up arms against anti-government rebels in eastern part of that country. His comments come as the UN secretary general urged both sides to negotiate to avoid a war. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

 

Congo's President Joseph Kabila urged his compatriots to mobilize behind the army to preserve peace and unity in their country. The appeal came as the dissident General Laurent Nkunda pledged to take his rebellion in the east across the entire Democratic Republic of Congo. Relief workers say more than 100,000 people have already fled the fighting. Conflicts between the rebels and the military flared again in August despite a much heralded, but fragile peace deal signed in January. Congo is locked in a war of words with neighboring Rwanda which it has accused of sending in troops to back Nkunda and the rebels. The Rwandans deny the claim. Congo and Rwanda regularly trade accusations that each supports the other's proxy militia groups. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Dakar.

 

Parts of South Texas are bracing for the arrival of the remnants of Hurricane Norbert. The storm slammed into Mexico's Baja California peninsula today, and is expected to make a second landfall in northern Mexico tonight.

 

In College football, top ranked Oklahoma was upset by the fifth ranked Texas Longhorns today, 45-35.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

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

 

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is briefing representatives of the so called G-20 including the world's richest nations and the largest developing nations on the steps being taken by the US and other countries to restore confidence in the global financial system. Earlier today President Bush met with the top financial officials from the G7 nations. "The United States has a special role to play in leading the response to this crisis. That's why I convened this morning's meeting here at the White House, and that is why our government will continue using all the tools at our disposal to resolve this crisis." After Mr Bush's remarks, the International Monetary Fund's Policy Setting Committee meeting in Washington strongly endorsed the steps outlined by the US and the six other major industrialized nations to unfreeze credit markets and shore up banks and other financial institutions. Egypt's Finance Minister Boutros Ghali is head of the IMF panel. "There is a resolve in the international community that this crisis will be resolved that no tools will be spared to address its ramification." Boutros Ghali says nations must coordinate their efforts and they must be prepared for bold action to address the crisis.

 

The Bush Administration has removed North Korea from the US list of countries that sponsor terrorism. The move came after North Korean leaders agreed to resume disabling a plutonium plant and to allow some inspections of known nuclear facilities. NPR's Corie Komen reports.

 

North Korea has agreed to several other provisions, most importantly leaders will disable their main nuclear power plant and let international inspectors check the work. State Department spokesman Sean Mccormack says the deal satisfies the Bush Administration. "Every element of verification that we sought is included in this package." The agreement is provisional. That means if North Korea doesn't keep its word, it will go back on the US list of countries that sponsor terrorism and that means sanctions such as a block in economic and other aid. Corie Komen, NPR News, Washington.

 

GOP presidential nominee John McCain was campaigning in Iowa today, a state where polls show him trailing. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

 

John McCain held a mid-day rally in Davenport, Iowa, telling supporters his weak standing in the polls there just means they'll have to work harder in the last weeks before the election. McCain acknowledged that Americans are angry about the state of the economy, adding he has the skills to turn things around. "Who is ready to lead? You. In a time of trouble and danger for our country, who would put our country first? You." A pastor who delivered the invocation at the rally offered a prayer for McCain's victory, saying otherwise, millions of Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims praying for Barack Obama will think "their God is bigger". McCain was not present when the pastor spoke. Scott Horsley, NPR News.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Democratic congressional leaders are considering calling lawmakers back to Washington after the election for a lame-duck session to take up a second economic stimulus bill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said a 150-billion-dollar plan is needed, one that would include an extension of unemployment benefits and money for food stamps as well as possible tax rebates.

 

The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has made a televised appeal for people to take up arms against anti-government rebels in eastern part of that country. His comments come as the UN secretary general urged both sides to negotiate to avoid a war. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

 

Congo's President Joseph Kabila urged his compatriots to mobilize behind the army to preserve peace and unity in their country. The appeal came as the dissident General Laurent Nkunda pledged to take his rebellion in the east across the entire Democratic Republic of Congo. Relief workers say more than 100,000 people have already fled the fighting. Conflicts between the rebels and the military flared again in August despite a much heralded, but fragile peace deal signed in January. Congo is locked in a war of words with neighboring Rwanda which it has accused of sending in troops to back Nkunda and the rebels . The Rwandans deny the claim. Congo and Rwanda regularly trade accusations that each supports the other's proxy militia groups. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Dakar.

 

Parts of South Texas are bracing for the arrival of the remnants of Hurricane Norbert. The storm slammed into Mexico's Baja California peninsula today, and is expected to make a second landfall in northern Mexico tonight.

 

In College football, top ranked Oklahoma was upset by the fifth ranked Texas Longhorns today, 45-35.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

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GOP presidential nominee Jhon Macain was compagining an / today a state report showing trailing. NPR's / reports.
Jhon Macain had a mid-day in Davin Port Island. Daven supportors his risk standing in the polles there, just means he has to work harder in the last weeks befor the election. Mcain acknowleges that Americans are angry about the state of economy, adding he had skills to turn things around.
"Who / lead? You! And in time for troubling danger for our country, who will put our country first? You!"
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This is NPR News from Washington.

Democratic congressional leaders are considering calling a lawmaker back to Wahington after the election for a ling doxisation to take up a seckon economic stimulous spill has set 150 billion dollar plans has needed once they would include extention benefits money for food stamps as well as possible tax rebates.
The president of the democratic republican of Congo has made a televised KO for people to take up arms against entire government rebels in the eastern part of that country. His comments coming is the UN Secretary General urged both sides to negotiate to avoid war. NPR's / reports.
" Cogo's president / urged his competriots to mobilize behind the army to peserve peacful unities the country. The POK as the  plagued in the east across the entire democratic republican of Cogo. Relief workers say more than 00,000 people have already fled the  fighting. Conflicts between the rebels in the military  fled again in August, but fragile / in general. Cogo is with neighboring Louwanader which is accused of sending in troops to back in / and rebels. The denies the claim. Cogo and Louwonda regularly trade for each support the obviouse groups. NPR News, /.

Parts of South Taxas are breathing  for the arrival of hurricane storm into Mexico / California for the today and expected to make a second landfall Northern Mexico tonight. In college  / was upset by the 5th right Taxas today  45 to 35.

I'm Windom. NPR News in Wahington.play in leading the response to the crisis. This is why conventions more meeting the White House, and this is why our government would continue to in all the tools our devo   to resolve the crisis."
After Mr. Bush's remarks the international monetory fines policy setting committee meeting in Washington can strongly  indoors the steps  outline by the US and the six other major industrilized  nations to unfreeze credit markets in shore off banks other financial institutions. Eygpts Finance Minister / use head of the / penal.

"That is disolved in the community.  this gusis won't be disolved that is won't be disolved to addidas. It's nomification."

/ says nations must co-work in efforts,and they must be prepared for both action to adress the crisis. The Bush Administration has removed North Korea from the US list of countries of its response to terrorism. The move came after North Korea lead degree to resume disabling pla and to allow some inpections of known degree facilities. NPR's / reports.
North Korea has agreed to save a lot of provisions most importantly leaders were disabled their main nuclear power plant, and later international inspectors checked the work. State Department spokesman / Macau says the deal satisfies the Bush Administration.
"Every element or verifcation that we thought is included in this package."
In agreement privisional that means if North korea doesn't keep its word a little back on the US' list of countries that response terrorism and that means sanctions such as block and economic and other raid. / NPR News, Washington.

GOP presidential nominee Jhon Macain was compagining an / today a state report showing trailing. NPR's / reports.
Jhon Macain had a mid-day in Davin Port Island. Daven supportors his risk standing in the polles there, just means he has to work harder in the last weeks befor the election. Mcain acknowleges that Americans are angry about the state of economy, adding he had skills to turn things around.
"Who / lead? You! And in time for troubling danger for our country, who will put our country first? You!"
A paster who lived  in location rally for Macain's victory. Say otherwise millions of Hindoos Buddhis in Mozlands friend for Barak Obama will think their gard is bigger was not president when the past spoke. / NPR News.

This is NPR News from Washington.

Democratic congressional leaders are considering calling a lawmaker back to Wahington after the election for a ling doxisation to take up a seckon economic stimulous spill has set 150 billion dollar plans has needed once they would include extention benefits money for food stamps as well as possible tax rebates.
The president of the democratic republican of Congo has made a televised KO for people to take up arms against entire government rebels in the eastern part of that country. His comments coming is the UN Secretary General urged both sides to negotiate to avoid war. NPR's / reports.
" Cogo's president / urged his competriots to mobilize behind the army to peserve peacful unities the country. The POK as the  plagued in the east across the entire democratic republican of Cogo. Relief workers say more than 00,000 people have already fled the  fighting. Conflicts between the rebels in the military  fled again in August, but fragile / in general. Cogo is with neighboring Louwanader which is accused of sending in troops to back in / and rebels. The denies the claim. Cogo and Louwonda regularly trade for each support the obviouse groups. NPR News, /.

Parts of South Taxas are breathing  for the arrival of hurricane storm into Mexico / California for the today and expected to make a second landfall Northern Mexico tonight. In college  / was upset by the 5th right Taxas today  45 to 35.

I'm Windom. NPR News in Wahington.

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

 

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is briefing representatives of the so called G-20 including the world's richest nations and the largest developing nations on the steps being taken by the US and other countries to restore confidence in the global financial system. Earlier today President Bush met with the top financial officials from the G7 nations. "The United States has a special role to play in leading a response to this crisis. That's why I convened this morning's meeting here at the White House, and that is why our government will continue using all the tools at our disposal to resolve this crisis." After Mr. Bush's remarks, the International Monetary Fund's Policy Setting Committee meeting in Washington strongly endorsed the steps outlined by the US and the six other major industrialized nations to unfreeze credit markets and shore up banks and other financial institutions. Egypt's Finance Minister Boutros Ghali is head of the IMF panel. "There is a resolve in the international community that this crisis will be resolved that no tools will be spared to address its ramification." Boutros Ghali says nations must coordinate their efforts and they must be prepared for bold action to address the crisis.

 

The Bush administration has removed North Korea from the US list of countries that sponsor terrorism. The move came after North Korean leaders agreed to resume disabling a plutonium plant and to allow some inspections of known nuclear facilities. NPR's Corie Komen reports.

 

North Korea has agreed to several other provisions, most importantly leaders will disable their main nuclear power plant and let international inspectors check the work. State Department spokesman Sean Mccormack says the deal satisfies the Bush administration. "Every element of verification that we sought is included in this package." The agreement is provisional. That means if North Korea doesn't keep its word, it will go back on the US list of countries that sponsor terrorism and that means sanctions such as a block in economic and other aid. Corie Komen, NPR News, Washington.

 

GOP presidential nominee John McCain was campaigning in Iowa today, a state where polls show him trailing. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

 

John McCain held a mid-day rally in Davenport, Iowa, telling supporters his weak standing in the polls there just means they'll have to work harder in the last weeks before the election. McCain acknowledged that Americans are angry about the state of the economy, adding he has the skills to turn things around. "Who is ready to lead? You. In a time of trouble and danger for our country, who would put our country first? You." A pastor who delivered the invocation at the rally offered a prayer for McCain's victory, saying otherwise, millions of Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims praying for Barack Obama will think "their God is bigger". McCain was not present when the pastor spoke. Scott Horsley, NPR News.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Democratic congressional leaders are considering calling lawmakers back to Washington after the election for a lame-duck session to take up a second economic stimulus bill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said a 150-billion-dollar plan is needed, one that would include an extension of unemployment benefits and money for food stamps as well as possible tax rebates.

 

The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has made a televised appeal for people to take up arms against anti-government rebels in eastern part of that country. His comments come as the UN secretary general urged both sides to negotiate to avoid a war. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

 

Congo's President Joseph Kabila urged his compatriots to mobilize behind the army to preserve peace and unity in their country. The appeal came as the dissident General Laurent Nkunda pledged to take his rebellion in the east across the entire Democratic Republic of Congo. Relief workers say more than 100,000 people have already fled the fighting. Conflicts between the rebels and the military flared again in August despite a much heralded, but fragile peace deal signed in January. Congo is locked in a war of words with neighboring Rwanda which it has accused of sending in troops to back Nkunda and the rebels . The Rwandans deny the claim. Congo and Rwanda regularly trade accusations that each supports the other's proxy militia groups. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Dakar.

 

Parts of South Texas are bracing for the arrival of the remnants of Hurricane Norbert. The storm slammed into Mexico's Baja California peninsula today, and is expected to make a second landfall in northern Mexico tonight.

 

In College football, top ranked Oklahoma was upset by the fifth ranked Texas Longhorns today, 45-35.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

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