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Good morning, from the CNN center in Atlanta, I’m Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a whirlwind of galas surrounding his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the struggling economy. He’s also gonna sit down with Pentagon officials to discuss plans to have U.S. combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months. President Obama didn’t even wait a day to tackle Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the detention center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for 120 days and during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp. We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senator Hillary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as secretary of state. Republican Senator John Cornyn seen here, talking with Clinton, delayed the vote on her nomination, saying that he wanted more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton’s foundation. Yesterday, the Senate approved six of Obama’s cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy, he is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning as you probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the Capitol. He was later hospitalized. Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue. The 76-year-old senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the U.S. auto industry, these numbers are just out , and Toyota finally overtook GM as the world’s biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That’s a title GM has held for nearly eight decades. Even worse than that, a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn’t get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the five-billion installment within a matter of days.

 

Please stick us here at CNN.com and CNN.com/live for your updates throughout the day.

[ 本帖最后由 seeyou8286 于 2009-1-23 23:18 编辑 ]

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Good morning, from the CNN center in Atlanta, I’m Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a war wing of galas surrounding his inauguration, Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the shruggling economy. He’s also gonna sit down with Pentagon officials to discuss plans to have U.S. combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months. President Obama didn’t wait even a day to tackle Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the detention center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for 120 days and during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp. We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senator Hilary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as secretary of state. Republican Senator John * seen here talking with Clinton, delayed the vote on her nomination, saying that he wanted more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton’s foundation. Yesterday, the Senate approved six of Obama’s cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy, he is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning as you probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the Capitol. He was later hospitalized. Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue. The 76-year old senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the U.S. auto industry, these numbers are just out in Toyota, finally overtook GM as the world’s biggest in terms of sales for all of last year. That’s a title GM has held for nearly eight decades. Even worse than that, a GM executive warns the company would run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn’t get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the five-billion installment within a matter of days.

 

Please stick here with CNN.com and CNN.com/live for your updates throughout the day.
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Good morning from the CNN center in Atlanta, I 'm Reggie Aqui,here is what's happening in NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a world-win of gala surrounding his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president,Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss  efforts to stimulate the struggle in economy, he is also gonna sit down  with Pentaga officials to discuss  plans that have US come back forces out of Iraq in 16 months.

 

President Obama didn't even wait a day in Guantanamo, his administration has ordered a hault to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the center. Obama ordered the government  to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for 120 days,  during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp.

 

We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senate Hillary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as Secretary of State, Republican Senator John Cornyn seeing here talking with Clinton , the late the vote on the nomination saying that he wanna more time to talk about former president Bill Clinton's foundation,yesterday the senate approved 6 of Obama's cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy,he is expected to be released from Washington in hospital this morning, as you heard , he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the capital, he was later hospitalized.Doctor say the seizure was brought on by fatigue, the 76-year-old senetor is b//by brain cancer, he was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the US auto industry, these numbers are justed out and Toyota finally overtook GM as the world's biggest automaker in terms of sales for all over last year. That's a title GM has held for nearly 8 decades. Even worse than that , a GM executive warns that the company will run out of cash by March 31 if he doesn't get the second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the 5 billion dollar installment within the matter of days.

 

Please stick with CNN at the CNN.com and CNN.com live for your updates throughout the day.

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Good morning, from the CNN center in Atlanta, I’m Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening in NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a war wing of galas surrounding his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the struggling economy. He’s also gonna sit down with Pentagon officials to discuss plans to have U.S. combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months. President Obama didn’t even wait a day to tackle Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the detention center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for 120 days and during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp. We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senator Hilary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as secretary of state. Republican Senator John Cornyn seen here talking with Clinton, delayed the vote on her nomination, saying that he wanted more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton’s foundation. Yesterday, the Senate approved six of Obama’s cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy, he is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning as you probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the Capitol. He was later hospitalized. Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue. The 76-year-old senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the U.S. auto industry, these numbers are just out ,andToyota finally overtook GM as the world’s biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That’s a title GM has held for nearly eight decades. Even worse than that, a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn’t get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the five-billion installment within a matter of days.

 

Please stick here with CNN.com and CNN.com/live for your updates throughout the day.
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Good morning, from the CNN center in Atlanta, I’m Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening in NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a whirlwind of galas surrounding his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the struggling economy. He’s also gonna sit down with Pentagon officials to discuss plans to have U.S. combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months. President Obama didn’t even wait a day to tackle Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the detention center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for 120 days and during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp. We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senator Hillary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as secretary of state. Republican Senator John Cornyn's seen here talking with Clinton, delayed the vote on her nomination, saying that he wanted more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton’s foundation. Yesterday, the Senate approved six of Obama’s cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy, he is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning as you probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the Capitol. He was later hospitalized. Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue. The 76-year-old senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the U.S. auto industry, these numbers are just out ,andToyota finally overtook GM as the world’s biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That’s a title GM has held for nearly eight decades. Even worse than that, a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn’t get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the five-billion installment within a matter of days.

 

Please stick here with CNN.com and CNN.com/live for your updates throughout the day.
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Homework

Good morning,from the CNN Center in Atlanta,I'm Reggie Aqui,here is what's happening  NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a whirlwind of galas surrounding his inauguration,Barack Obama begins his first full day as President.Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the struggling economy.He's also gonna sit down with Pentagon officials to discuss plans to have US combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months.

 

President Obama didn't even wait a day to tackle Guantanamo.His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the detaintion center.Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for 120 days.And during that time,he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp.

 

We're also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as senator Hillary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as secretary of state.Republican senator John Cornyn saying he'll talk with Clinton,delay the vote on her nomination saying that he want more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton's foundation.Yesterday the senate approved 6 of Obama's cabinet members.


Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy,he is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning.As you probably heard he suffered a seizure during the post inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the capital.He was later hospitalized.Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue.The 76-year-old senator has badly brain cancer he was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the US auto insdustry,these numbers are just out and TOYOTO finally overtook GM as the world's biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year.That's a title GM has held for nearly 8 decades.Even worse than that,a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31th if it doesn't get that second installment of government funds soon.GM is supposed to get the 5 billion dollar installment within a matter of days.

 

Please stick with us here at CNN.com and CNN.com live for your updates throughout the day.

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Good moringfrom CNNcenter in Altlant I`m RA.Here is what`s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a world-win of galassurrounding his inauguration,Barack Obama begins his first day as president, Obama is expected to meet economic team to discuss effort to stimulate the struggle in economy,his also gonna sit down with XXX officials to discuss plans to have U.S. combat forces out of Iraq in 16 month.

 

President didn`t even wait a day to XXXX.His administration has has order a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the center.Obama order the the government to spent prosecution in Gimo for 120 days .And during that time he want his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorist at the camp.

 

We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senator Hilary Clinton faces  a confirmation vote as ceretary of state.Republican Senator JC seen here talking with Clinton, delayed the vote on her nomination, saying that he want to talk more about former President Bill Clinton`s foundation.Yesterday,the Senate approvedsix of Obama`s` cabinet members.

 

 

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Good morning, from the CNN center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Here is what's happening in NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a world wind of galas surrounding his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the struggling economy. He's also gonna sit down with Pentagon officials to discuss plans have U.S. combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months. President Obama didn't even wait a day to tackle G*. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the detention center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for 120 days and during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp.

 

We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senator Hillary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as secretary of state. Republican Senator John Cornyn seen here talking with Clinton, delayed the vote on her nomination, saying that he wanted more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton's foundation. Yesterday, the Senate approved six of Obama's cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy, he is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning as you probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the Capitol. He was later hospitalized. Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue. The 76-year-old senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the U.S. auto industry, these numbers are just out, and Toyota finally overtook GM as the world's biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That's a title GM has held for nearly eight decades. Even worse than that, a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn't get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the five-billion installment within a matter of days.

 

Please stick with us  at CNN.com and CNN.com/live for your updates throughout the day.

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Homework

Good morning from the cnn center in Atlanta. I'm Reggie Aqui. Here's what's happening now in the news.

 

After a whirlwind of galas surround his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama expects to meet to his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the struggling economy. He's also gonna sit down with Pentagon offiicials to discuss plans that have US combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months.

 

President Obama didn't even wait a day to tackle Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecution from suspective terrists held at the detention center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecution at Gitmo for 120 days. And during their time, he wants the administratio to review the case of all the suspected terrorists at the camp.

 

We're also gonna keep keeping an eye today on Capitol Hill as senator Hilary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as Secretary of State. The publican senator John Cornyn seen he are talking with Clinton, delayed devote on her nomination saying that he wanna more time to talk about former president Bill Clinton's foundation. Yesterday, the senator approved six of Obama's cabinet members.

 

Now more on senator Ted Kennedy, he is expected to be released from Washinton Hospital this morning. As your probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post inauguration luncheron for president Obama at the Capitol. He was later hospitalized. Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue. The 76-year-old senator is badly in brain cancer. He was keeped at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the US auto industry. These memebers are just out and Toyoda finnaly overtook GM as the world's biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That's a title GM has held for nearly 8 decades. Even worst than that, a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31 if it doesn't get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the 5 billion dollars installment withina matter of days.

 

Please stick with cnn.com and cnn.com live for your updates throughout the day.

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Good morning from the CNN center at Atlanta, I’m Reggie Aqui. Here’s what’s happening now in the news.

 

After a war wind of galas surrunding his inauguration, Barack Obama begin his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with the economic team to discuss the effert to stimulate the struggling economy. He’s also gonna sit down with Penegun officials to discuss plans that have US come forces out of Iraq in 16 months.

 

President didn’t even wait a day to tack on G. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspect terrorist held at the taken center. Obama ordered the government to suspect prosecurtions at Gitmo for 120 days. And during that time he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspect terrorist at the camp.

 

We’re also gonna give an eye today on capital hill as senator Hilary Clinton faces a confirmation boat as Secretary of State. Republican senator John C seeing here talking with Clinton delayed the vote on her nomination saying that he wants more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton’s foundation. Yesterday the senate approved six of Obama’s captain members.

 

Now more on senator Kennedy. He is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning. As you probably heard he suffered a seizure during the post inauguration luncheon for President Obama at capital. He was later hospitalized. Doctor say the seizured was brought on by the fatigue. The 76-year-old senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept in hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the US auto industry this numbers are just out, and Toyota finally overtook GM as the world’s biggest automaker in terms of sale for allover last year. That’s title GM has held for nearly decades. Even worse than that, GM executive warns the company will run out of the casd by March 31. If it doesn’t get that second installment of government fund soon. GM is supposed to get the 5-billion-dollars installment within a matter of days.

 

Please stick with CNN.com and CNN.com line for your update through out the day.

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Good morning, from the CNN center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Here is what's happening in NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a whirlwind of galas surrounding his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the struggling economy. He's also gonna sit down with Pentagon officials to discuss plans to have U.S. combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months. President Obama didn't even wait a day to tackle Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the detention center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for a 120 days and during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp.

 

We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senator Hillary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as Secretary of State. Republican Senator John Cornyn seen here talking with Clinton, delayed the vote on her nomination, saying that he wanna more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton's foundation. Yesterday, the Senate approved six of Obama's cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy, he is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning as you probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the Capitol. He was later hospitalized. Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue. The 76-year-old senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the U.S. auto industry, these numbers are just out ,and Toyota finally overtook GM as the world's biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That's a title GM has held for nearly eight decades. Even worse than that, a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn't get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the five-billion-dollar installment within a matter of days.

 

Please stick here with CNN.com and CNN.com/live for your updates throughout the day.

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Good morning from the CNN Center in Atlanta. I'm Reggie Aqui. Here's what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS. 

 

After a wall win of gallus surrounding his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president.  Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulus the struggling economy.  He's also gonna sit down with P**** officials to discuss plans that have US combat forces out of Iraq in sixteen months.  President Obama didn't even wait a day to tack on Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at detention center.  Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Guantanamo for 120 days. And during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp. 

 

We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capital Hill as Senator Hilary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as secretary of state.  Republican Senator Jonh Cornyn seeing here talking with Clinton to lay the vote on her nomination saying that he wanted more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton's foundation.  Yesterday, the Senate approved six of Obama's cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy. He is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning.  As you probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration lunch-in for President Obama at the capital.  He was later hospitalized.  Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue.  The 76-year-old Senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept in the hospital over night for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the US auto industry. These numbers are just out and Toyota finally overtook GM as the world's biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That's a title GM has held for nearly eight decades.  Even worse than that, a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn't get that second s**** and government funds soon.  GM is supposed to get the five billion dollars s**** within a matter of days. 

 

Please stick us with the cnn.com and cnn.com/live for your updates throughout the day. 

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Good morning. From the CNN center in Atlanta, I’m Reggie Aqui. Here’s what’s happening now in the news.

After a war win of galas surrounding his inauguration, Brarack Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discus efforts to stimulate the struggling economy. He is also going to sit down with Pentagon officials to discus plans that have US combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months. President Obama did wait a day to tackle Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorist held at the ~ center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions and give them for 120 days, and during that time, he wanted the administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp.

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Major concerns now about the US auto industry. These numbers are just out and Toyota finally overtook GM as the world’s biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That’s a title GM has held for nearly 8 decades. Even worse the ~, a GM executive warns the company would run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn’t get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the 5 billion dollars installment within a matter of death.

Please stick here with CNN.com and CNN.com live for your updates throughout the day.

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Good morning, from the CNN center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Here is what's happening in NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

After a whirlwind of galas surrounding his inauguration, Barack Obama begins his first full day as president. Obama is expected to meet with his economic team to discuss efforts to stimulate the struggling economy. He's also gonna sit down with Pentagon officials to discuss plans to have U.S. combat forces out of Iraq in 16 months.

 

 President Obama didn't even wait a day to tackle Guantanamo. His administration has ordered a halt to prosecutions for suspected terrorists held at the detention center. Obama ordered the government to suspend prosecutions at Gitmo for a 120 days and during that time, he wants his administration to review the cases of all the suspected terrorists at the camp.

 

 We are also gonna keep an eye today on Capitol Hill as Senator Hillary Clinton faces a confirmation vote as Secretary of State. Republican Senator John Cornyn seen here talking with Clinton, delayed the vote on her nomination, saying that he wanna more time to talk about former President Bill Clinton's foundation. Yesterday, the Senate approved six of Obama's cabinet members.

 

Now more on Senator Ted Kennedy, he is expected to be released from a Washington hospital this morning as you probably heard, he suffered a seizure during the post-inauguration luncheon for President Obama at the Capitol. He was later hospitalized. Doctors say the seizure was brought on by fatigue. The 76-year-old senator is battling brain cancer. He was kept at the hospital overnight for observation.

 

Major concerns now about the U.S. auto industry, these numbers are just out ,and Toyota finally overtook GM as the world's biggest automaker in terms of sales for all of last year. That's a title GM has held for nearly eight decades. Even worse than that, a GM executive warns the company will run out of cash by March 31st if it doesn't get that second installment of government funds soon. GM is supposed to get the five-billion-dollar installment within a matter of days.

 

 Please stick here with CNN.com and CNN.com/live for your updates throughout the day.

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