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Homework Good morning from the CNN Center at Atlanta. I am Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening now in the news. Last night, the Democratic controlled house pushed through President Obama’s massive economic stimulus bill, but not a single Republican voted in favor of it. So now it goes on to the say where the debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday. We are hearing even more lay off this morning. Eastmen Kodak, the latest company to announce, it is going to now cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between 3400 and 3500 positions. Starbucks is planning to close 6700 positions and they are going to close 300 more under performance stores. Jobless claims increase by 300 last week putting in the number of American filling for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000. In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and business across the Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm last week. President Obama has signed the emergence decorations for Kentucky alkunsal. Utility crew are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines down by thick ices. That storm has already blamed for at last 17 deaths. The Illinois state senate will vote later today to decide if they should let the embattled governor Rod Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing.Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind mediator protesting the hearings.If he in a vote,he is expected to speak later today. Police in Phoenix are investing a school bus crash that causes two dozen injuries. The driver lost the control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Polices said twelve other vehicles were involved in the mile long accident scene and none of those injuries was live threatening. The list of products links to a seamealla outbreak. It is now growing. Peanut Corporation of American is expanding its recall to all peanut products made in Georgia plant made since Jan 07. At least 8 people may have died in that seamealla outbreak. And the company said it is working with the FDA so there you have a quick look at what is making the news this hour. Please stick with us here in Cnn.com and cnn.com live for updates throughout the day.

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Good morning from the cnn center at Atlanta. I am Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening now in the news.

 

Last night, the Democrat controlled house pushed through President Obama’s massive economic (去掉)stimulus bill, but not a single Republican voted in favor of it. So now it goes on to the Senate where the(不要) debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

 

We are hearing even more lay offs this morning. Eastmen Kodak, the latest company to announce, that it is going to now cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between 3500 and 4500 positions. Starbucks is planning to cut 6700 positions and they are goona close 300 more underperforming stores. Jobless claims increase by 3000 last week putting the number of American's filing for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and businesses across the Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week. President Obama has signed the(不要) emergence declarations for Kentucky and Arkansan. Utility crews are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines down by thick ices. That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois state Senate /said it /(不要)will vote later today to decide if they should let embattled Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing. Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind medium tour protesting the hearings. If he goona have enough votes , he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Phoenix are investing a school bus crash that causes two dozen injuries. The driver lost the control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Polices say twelve other vehicles were involved in the mile long accident scene and(不要) none of those injuries was live threatening.

 

The list of products links to a salmonella outbreak is now growing. Peanut Corporation of American is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at its Georgia plant made(不要) since Jan 07. At least 8 people may have died in that salmonella outbreak. And the company says it is working with the FDA.

 

So there you have a quick look at what is making /the/ news this hour. Please stick with us here in 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 am Reggie Aqui. Here is What’s Happening Now In The News.

 

Last night, the Democrat controlled house pushed through President Obama’s massive / stimulus bill, but not a single Republican voted in favor of it. So now it goes on to the senate where / debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

 

We are hearing even more lay offs this morning. Eastmen Kodak, the latest company to announce, that it is going to now cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between thrity-five and forty-five hundred positions. Starbucks is planning to cut 6700 positions and they are goona close 300 more under performance stores. Jobless claims increase by 3000 last week putting the number of American filling for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and business across the Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week. President Obama has signed / emergence declarations for Kentucky and Arkansan. Utility crews are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines downed by thick ice. That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois state senate will vote later today to decide if they should let embattled Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing. Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind medium tour protesting the hearings. If he goona have enough votes , he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Phoenix are investing a school bus crash that caused more than two dozen injuries. The driver lost / control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Polices said twelve other vehicles were involved in the mile long accident scene and none of those injuries was live threatening.

 

The list of products linked to a salmonella  outbreak is now growing. Peanut Corporation of American is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at its Georgia plant made since Jan of 07. At least 8 people may have died in that salmonella outbreak. And the company says it is working with the FDA.

 

So there you have a quick look at what is making news this hour. Please stick with us here in 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 am Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening now in the news.

 

Last night, the Democrat controlled house pushed through President Obama’s massive stimulus bill, but not a single Republican voted in favor of it. So now it goes on to the Senate where debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

 

We are hearing even more lay offs this morning. Eastman Kodak, the latest company to announce, that it is going to now cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between 3500 and 4500 positions. Starbucks is planning to cut 6700 positions and they are goona close 300 more underperforming stores. Jobless claims increase by 3000 last week putting the number of American's filing for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and businesses across the Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week. President Obama has signed emergence declarations for Kentucky and Arkansan. Utility crews are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines down by thick ice. That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois state Senate will vote later today to decide if they should let embattled Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing. Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind medium tour protesting the hearings. If he goona have enough votes , he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Phoenix are investigating a school bus crash that causes more than two dozen injuries. The driver lost the control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Polices say twelve other vehicles were involved in the mile long accident scene. None of those injuries was live threatening.

 

The list of products links to a salmonella outbreak is now growing. Peanut Corporation of American is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at its Georgia plant since Jan of 07. At least 8 people may have died in that salmonella outbreak. And the company says it is working with the FDA.

 

So there you have a quick look at what is making /the/ news this hour. Please stick with us here in 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.

Last night, the democratic controlled house push through president Obama’s massive stimulus bill but not of a single republican vote was in favor of it. So now, it goes on to the senate where debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

We are hearing of even more layoffs this morning. East Kodak the latest company to announce that it’s going to cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between 3,500 and 4,500 positions. Starbucks is planning to cut 6,700 positions and they are gonna close 300 more under performance stores. Jobless claims increase by 3000 last week, putting a number of Americans firing for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.  

In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and businesses across the Midwest have no electricity. After that big winter storm this week, president Obama has signed emergency declarations, for Kentucky and Arkansas. Utility crews are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines down by thick ice. That storm has been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

The Illinois state senate will vote later today to decide if they should let embattled governor Robert Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing. Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a wordwin media protesting hearings. If he is gonna get enough vote, he is expected to speak later today.

Police in Pheonix are investigating a school bus crash that caused more than 2 dozen injuries. The driver lost control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Police say 12 other cars are involved in the mile long accident scene. None of those injuries was life threatening.

~ product links to a ~ outbreak is now growing. Peanut corporation of America is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at its Georgia plant since January of 07. At least 8 people may have died in that ~ outbreak. And the company says it’s working with the FDA.

This is a quick look at what’s making news at this hour. Please stay 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 NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Last night,the Democrat controlled House pushed through President Obama's massive stimulus bill but not a single Republican voted in favor of it so it now goes on to the senate where debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

 

 We're hearing of even more layoffs this morning.Eastman Kodak the latest company to announce that it is going to now cut more jobs,it plans to cut this year between 3,500 and 4,500 positions.Starbucks is planning to cut 6,700 positions and they're gonna close 300 more underperforming stores.Jobless claims increase by 3000 last week,putting the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold,out of power,more than a million homes and businesses across midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week.President Obama has signed emergency declarations for Kentucky and Arkansas.Utility crews are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines downed by thick ice.That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois state senate will vote later today to decide if they should let the embattled governor Rod Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing.Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind mediator protesting the hearings.If he IS GONNA HAVE ENOUGH VOTES,he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Pheonix are investigating a school bus crash that caused more than two dozen injuries.The driver lost control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars.Police say 12 other vehicles were involved in the mile long accident scene.None of those injuries was life-threatening.

 

The list of products linked to a Salmonella outbreak is now growing.Peanut corporation of America is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at its Georgia plant since January of 07.At least 8 people may have died in that salmonella outbreak and the company says it is working with the FDA.

 

So there you have a quick look at what is making news at this hour,please stick with us here at 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.

 

Last night, the Democrat Control House pushed through President Obama’s massive stimulus bill, but not a single Republican voted in favor of it. So now, it goes onto the Senate where debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

 

We’re hearing of even more layoffs this morning. Eastman Kodak, the latest company to announce that it is going to now cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between 35 to 45 hundred positions. Starbucks is planning to cut 6,700 positions. And they’re gonna close 300 more underperforming stores. Jobless claims increased by 3000 last week, putting the number of American filings for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold out of power, almost a million homes of businesses across the Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week. President Obama has signed emergency declarations for Kentucky and Arkansas. Utility crews are working nonstop in both states to repair the power lines downed by thick ice. That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois State’s Senate will vote later today to decide the nation-led embattled governor Rod Blagojevich, give a closing argument at his own impeach hearing. Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a …media tour protesting hearing. If he …in the vote, he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Phoenix are investigating a school bus crash that caused more than two dozen injuries. The driver lost control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Police say 12 other vehicles were involved in the mile-long accident scene. None of those injuries was life-threatening.

 

The list of products linked to a salmonella outbreak is now growing. Peanut Corporation of America is expanding its recall of all peanut products of made at its Georgia Plan since January of 07. At least eight people may have died in that salmonella outbreak. And the company says it’s working with FDA.

 

So that you have a quick look at what’s making news at this hour. Please stick with us here at CNN.com and CNN.com live for more on these updates throughout the day.

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Good morning from the cnn center at Atlanta. I am Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening now in the news.

Last night, the Democrat controlled house pushed through President Obama’s massive stimulus bill, but not a single Republican voted in favor of it. So now it goes on to the senate where the debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

 

We are hearing even more lay-offs this morning. Eastmen Kodak, the latest company to announce, that it is going to now cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between 3500 and 4500 positions. Starbucks is planning to cut 6700 positions and they are goona close 300 more under performance stores. Jobless claims increase by 3000 last week putting the number of American filling for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and business across the Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week. President Obama has signed the emergence declarations for Kentucky and Arkansan. Utility crew are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines down by thick ices. That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois state senate /said it/ will vote later today to decide if they should let embattled Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing. Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind medium tour protesting the hearings. If he goona have enough votes , he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Phoenix are investing a school bus crash that causes more than two dozen injuries. The driver lost control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Polices said twelve other vehicles were involved in the mile long accident scene and none of those injuries was live threatening.

 

The list of products links to a salmonella  outbreak is now growing. Peanut Corporation of American is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at its Georgia plant made since Jan 07. At least 8 people may have died in that salmonella outbreak. And the company says it is working with the FDA.

 

So there you have a quick look at what is making /the/ news this hour. Please stick with us here in 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 am Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening now in the news.

Last night, the Democrat controlled house pushed through President Obama’s massive stimulus bill, but not a single Republican voted in favor of it. So now it goes onto the senate where the debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

 

We are hearing even more lay-offs this morning. Eastmen Kodak, the latest company to announce, that it is going to now cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between 3500 and 4500 positions. Starbucks is planning to cut 6700 positions and they are gonna close 300 more under performance stores. Jobless claims increase by 3000 last week putting the number of American filing for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and business across the Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week. President Obama has signed the emergence declarations for Kentucky and Arkansan. Utility crew are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines down by fake eyes. That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois state senate will vote later today to decide if they should let embattled Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing. Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind medium tour protesting the hearings. If he gonna have enough votes , he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Phoenix are investing a school bus crash that causes more than two dozen injuries. The driver lost control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Polices said twelve other vehicles were involved in the mile long accident scene and none of those injuries was live threatening.

 

The list of products links to a salmonella outbreak is now growing. Peanut Corporation of American is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at its Georgia plant made since Jan 07. At least 8 people may have died in that salmonella outbreak. And the company says it is working with the FDA.

 

So there you have a quick look at what is making /the/ news this hour. Please stick with us here in 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 NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Last night, the Democratic-controlled House pushed through President Obama’s massive stimulus bill, but not a single republican voted in favor of it, so now, it goes on to the senate where debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday

 

We are hearing of even more layoffs this morning, Eastman Kodak, the latest company to announce that it is going to now cut more jobs, it plans to cut this year between 3500 and 4500 positions, Starbucks is planning to cut 6700 positions and they’ re gonna close 300 more underperformed stores. Jobless claims increase by 3000 last week, putting the numbers of Americans’ filing for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and businesses across Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week, president obama has signed emergency declarations for Kentucky and Arkansas, utility crews are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines down by thick ice. That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois state’s senate will vote later today to decide if they should let embattled governor Rod Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing, Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind media tour protesting the hearings, if he got enough votes, he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Phoenix are investigating a school bus crash that cause more than two-dozen injuries, the driver lost the control of the bus Wednesday afternoon, and it crashed into several cars, police say 12 other vehicles were involved in the mile-long accident scene, none of those injuries was life threatening.

 

The list of products link to a Salmonella outbreak is now growing, Peanut Corporation of America is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at it’s Georgia plant since Jan. 7th, at least 8 people may have died in that S outbreak, and the company says it is working with the FDA.

 

So there you have a quick look at what is making news this hour. Please stick with us here in Cnn.com and cnn.com live for you updates throughout the day. 

 

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Good morning from the CNN Center in Atlanta. I am Reggie Aqui. Here is what’s happening Now In The News.

 

Last night, the Democrat-controlled House pushed through President Obama’s massive stimulus bill, but not a single Republican voted in favor of it. So now it goes on to the Senate where debate on that stimulus bill could begin as early as Monday.

 

We are hearing even more layoffs this morning. Eastman Kodak, the latest company to announce, that it is going to now cut more jobs. It plans to cut this year between 3,500 and 4,500 positions. Starbucks is planning to cut 6,700 positions and they are goona close 300 more underperforming stores. Jobless claims increase by 3,000 last week putting the number of American's filing for unemployment benefits at nearly 590,000.

 

In the cold, out of power, more than a million homes and businesses across the  Midwest have no electricity after that big winter storm this week. President Obama has signed emergence declarations for Kentucky and Arkansan. Utility crews are working nonstop in both states to repair power lines downed by thick ice. That storm has already been blamed for at least 17 deaths.

 

The Illinois state Senate will vote later today to decide if they should let embattled Blagojevich give a closing argument at his own impeachment hearing. Blagojevich submitted his request yesterday after a whirlwind medium tour protesting / hearings. If he is goona have enough votes , he is expected to speak later today.

 

Police in Phoenix are investigating a school bus crash that causes more than two dozen injuries. The driver lost the control of the bus Wednesday afternoon and it crashed into several cars. Polices say twelve other vehicles were involved in the mile long accident scene. None of those injuries was live threatening.

 

The list of products links to a salmonella outbreak is now growing. Peanut Corporation of American is expanding its recall to all peanut products made at its Georgia plant since Jan of 07. At least 8 people may have died in that salmonella outbreak. And the company says it is working with the FDA.

 

So there you have a quick look at what is making the news this hour. Please stick with us here in cnn.com and cnn.com live for your updates throughout the day.

 

 

 

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