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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

On this eighth anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted the US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading Senate Democrat has demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Welna.

With a request expected soon from the top US military commander in Afghanistan for more US forces, Armed Services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces.

“We need a surge of Afghan security forces. Our support of their surge will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interests without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propaganda fodder for the Taliban.”

John McCain, the top Republican on the Armed Services Committee, said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained.

“But without a significantly increased troop presence, that training alone will not succeed.”

McCain said what’s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep. 11th terror attacks gathered in New York today at Ground Zero, to commemorate the dead. NPR’s David Folkenflik has this report.

On a blustery wet morning, survivors and people active in public service gathered by the site where the World Trade Center Towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said New York City would be the first to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage.

“We will safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope.”

Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet, Mary Oliver, to remind Americans that while bound by grief, they are also united by the joys of daily life. David Folkenflik, NPR News, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with a boost in consumer sentiment are the latest indicators to give credence to an improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesale sales rose 0.5% in July while stockpiles on shelves and backlogs fell. Meanwhile, a Reuters/University of Michigan Survey showed the Consumer Confidence Index last month up by nearly five points. Bill Cheney is an economist with John Hancock Financial.

“This number was definitely up quite significantly well up, and now above the lows from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and ‘feeling better’ means ultimately spending more.”

Economist Bill Cheney.

On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9, 605. This is NPR.

Coast Guard officials are defending what they say was a routine training exercise on the Potomac River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on closed circuit radio channels, discussed shots being fired at what was termed "a suspicious vessel". The incident prompted media reports and sent the FBI agents scrambling to the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes at nearby National Airport. Coast Guard officials defended the drill even though today marked the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, saying such exercises occur every day. Confusion was brought to mind in an event earlier this year in New York, when a presidential airliner and two F-16 jets were flown low over the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant World War Two code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Rob Gifford reports.

Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30, 000 people, including many public figures, calling for a posthumous apology for Alan Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Nazi Germany’s Enigma communications code, which proved to be a turning point in World War Two. But Turing was gay at a time when homosexual activity was still illegal in Britain. And in 1952, he was prosecuted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown, writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Alan Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Rob Gifford, NPR News, London.

Crude oil futures fell $2.50 a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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From NPR NEWS in Washington, I am Jack Sphere.
On this 8th anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading senator democrat demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, ** says no further commitment should be made to send more troops to Afghanistan. From NPR news, David Warner.

Neither requests suspected soon from top US military commanders in Afghanistan for more US forces. Army services Sherman Lemon said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces. We need a surge of American security forces. I’ll support a very surge. We will show our commitment to the success of emission that is clearly in our international security interests without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propagandas *to Taliban. Time Maccain, the topper Republican under army services committee said he too thinks American forces should be trained. But without insignificantly increase troop presence that training alone, we’ll not succeed. Maccain said what’s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Walman, NPR news.


Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep.11 terror attacks gathered in N.Y. today in ground zero to commemorate the dead. NPR’s David Fokenflike carried the report. On the blustery wed morning, survivors and people activate in public services gathered by the side where the WTO center once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. “Lorin Francis Bozoo....” Mayor Macloonberg said New York City will be the 1st to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage. We’ll safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope. Vice President Joe Baiden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while we are bound by grief, we are also united by the joys of daily life. David Fokenflike NPR news, New York.


Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with bullish consumer animator of the latest indicators give credit to improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesales rose a half percent in July while stock polls on shows backlogs fail. Meanwhile, a * university in Michigan survey showed Consumer Confidence Index last month by nearly 5 points. Bill Chinney in *will join * financial. “ this number was definitely up quite significantly well-up enough above the lose from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more.” Cornell’s Bill Chinney. On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9,605. This is NPR.

Coastguard officials are defending what they say was the routine training exercises on the Petomic River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on closed circuit radio channel discuss shot being fired what was
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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant WW code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Robert Gift

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Gordon Brown writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Allen Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Robert Gift, NPR news, London. Crude oil fell 0.29% a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel. I am Jack Sphere in NPR news, Washington.
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

On this eighth anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted the US division of Afghanistan aliving senator democrat is demanding that far more Afghan security forces be trained until that happens Arm Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made and send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Welna.

Whether request suspected soon from the top US military commander in Afghanistan for more US forces, Arm Services Chairman Levin says the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces, We need a surge of Afghan security forces, our support of very surge or show our commitment to the success of mission that is clearly in our national security interest, without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propaganda farther for the Taliban. J M the top republican on the Arm Services Committee said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained. But without a significantly increase troop presents that training alone, we'll not succeed. ? said What's needed in Afghanistan is the surge in US forces. David Welna NPR News, the Capital.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the September 11th terror attacks gathered in New York today grown zero to comemory the dead. NPR's David Folkenflik has this report.

On a blastary wet morning, survivors and people lacked even public service gathered by the site where the world trade center tower once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said New York City would be the first to take up President Obama's designation of each September 11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answer the call to try to save others and made the college. We will safeguard the memories of those who died by recandling the spirit of service that let our city with hope. Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, envoking the words of the poet ? to remind Americans that while bound by grief they are also united by the joys of daily life. David Folkenflik NPR News New York.

Signs of higher sales at the whole sale level along with boosting consumer incentment the latest indicates they give creat is improving economy. Commerce Department reported today whole sale sales rose a half percent in July while stock piles are show backup ? in a roll of ? University of Michigan service show the consumer confidence index last month up by nearly 5 points. ? in the s of joint ?financial. This number was definitely up by significantly we're up enough above the lows from last winter to be very confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more.  Economist Bill

On Wall Street the Dow end the week down 22 points to close at 9,605.

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Coast guard officials are defending what they say was a routine training exercise on the ? river today. They briefly set off a major scare. Exercise picked up on close circled radio channels discuss shots being fired what was termed suspicious vessel. The incident prompted immediate reports said ? agent scrambling to the scene that also led to a brief grounding of plays nearby national airport. Coast Guard officials defended the drill ? today mark the anniversary of 9/11 terror attacks saying such exercises occur everyday. Confusion was brought to ? early this year in New York, when a presidential airline when two F16 jet for flow low of the city as a part of White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown ? apologize on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant World War Ⅱ code breaker was treated for being a gay. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

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Crude oil futures fell 2 dollars and 50 cents a barrel to close at 69.44 a barrel.

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From NPR NEWS in Washington, I am Jack Speer.
On this 8th anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading senator democrat is demanding that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed services chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan.More from NPR news, David Warner.

With a  request suspected soon from top US military commanders in Afghanistan for more US forces. Armed services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces.


We need a surge of American security forces. I’ll support a very surge. We will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interests without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propaganda falter to Taliban. John McCain, the topper Republican under army services committee said he too thinks Afghan forces should be trained.


But without insignificantly increase troop presence that training alone, we’ll not succeed. McCain said what’s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Walman, NPR news, the Capitol.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep.11th terror attacks gathered in N.Y. today at ground zero to commemorate the dead. NPR’s David Fokenflike carrys this report.


On a blustery wet morning, survivors and people activate in public services gathered by the site where the World Trade Center towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. “Lorin Francis Bozoo....” Mayor Micheal Bloomberg said New York City would be the 1st to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage.


We’ll safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope. Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while we are bound by grief, we are also united by the joys of daily life. David Fokenflike NPR news, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with a boosting consumer sentimental , the latest indicators to give increase to a improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesale sales rose a half percent in July while stock polls on shows backlogs fail. Meanwhile, a * university in Michigan survey showed Consumer Confidence Index last month up by nearly 5 points. Bill Chinney in the Cornell with John Hancock financial.


“This number was definitely up quite significantly we're up enough above the lose from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more.”


Cornell’s Bill Chinney. On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9,605. This is NPR.

Coastguard officials are defending what they say was the routine training exercises on the Petomic River today they briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on closed circuit radio channel discuss shots being fired what was trembled suspicious vessel. The incident prompted immediate report and that said FBI agent scrambling at the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes of nearby national airport. Coastguard officials defended that the drills even known today marked the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and such exercises occurred every day. Confusion was brought to mind even earlier this year in New York. When a presidential airliners with two F-16 jet were flowing in lower of the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant WWⅡ code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Robert Gift reports.

“Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30,000 people, including many public figures, calling for a posthumous apology for Allen Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Germany’s enigma communication code, which proved to be a turning point in WWⅡ. But Turing was a gay at a time when homosexual activitie was still illegal in Britain and in 1952, he was prostituted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Allen Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Robert Gift, NPR news, London.


Crude oil futures fell 0.29% a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel. I am Jack Sphere in NPR news, Washington.
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From NPR NEWS in Washington, I am Jack Sphere.
On this 8th anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading senator democrat has demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Walman.

With his requests suspected soon from the top US military commander of Afghanistan for more US forces. Armed Services chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces.

We need a surge of Afghan security forces. Our support of their surge will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interest without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propagandas fodder to the Taliban. John McLean, the topper Republican under Armed Services Committee said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained.

But without insignificantly increase troop presence that training alone, we’ll not succeed. McLean said what’s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Walman, NPR news, the capital.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep.11 terror attacks gathered in N.Y. today, Ground Zero, to commemorate the dead. NPR’s David Fokenflike has this report.

On the blustery wet morning, survivors and people active in public service gathered by the side where the World Trade Center Towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. “Lorin Francis Bozoo....” Mayor Macloonberg said New York City will be the 1st to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage. We’ll safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope. Vice President Joe Baiden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while // bound by grief, we are also united by the joys of daily life. David Fokenflike NPR news, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with bullish consumer animator of the latest indicators to give credit to improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesales rose a half percent in July while stock polls on shows backlogs fell. Meanwhile, a * university in Michigan survey showed Consumer Confidence Index last month up nearly 5 points. Bill Chinney in *will join * financial. “ this number was definitely up quite significantly well-up enough above the lose from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more.” Cornell’s Bill Chinney. On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9,605. This is NPR.

Coastguard officials are defending what they say was the routine training exercises on the Petomic River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on close circuit radio channel discuss shot's been fired at what was tramed as suspicious vessel. //Incident pop immediate reports and said after the guy the agent scrambling at the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes of nearby national airport. Coastguard officials defended that the drills even though today marked the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks and such exercises occurr every day. Confusion was brought to reminded even earlier this year in New York, when a presidential airline with two f-16 jets flew lower the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant WWⅡ code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Robert Gift reports.

“Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30,000 people, including many public figures, calling a posthumous apology for Allen Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Nazi Germany’s enigma communication's code, proved to be a turning point in WWⅡ. But Turing was a gay at a time when homosexual activitie was still illegal in Britain and in 1952, he was prostituted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Allen Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Robert Gift, NPR news, London. Crude oil futures fell 2.5 dollars a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel. I am Jack Sphere in NPR news, Washington.
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From NPR NEWS in Washington, I am Jack Speer.

On this 8th anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading senator democrat has demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Walman.

With a request suspected soon from the top US military commander in Afghanistan for more US forces,Armed Services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces.

We need a surge of Afghan security forces. Our support of their surge will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interest without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propagandas fodder for the Taliban. John McLean, the topper Republican under Armed Services Committee said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained.

But without insignificantly increase troop presence that training alone, we’ll not succeed. McLean said what’s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Walman, NPR news, the capital.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep.11th terror attacks gathered in N.Y. today, Ground Zero, to commemorate the dead. NPR’s David Fokenflike has this report.

On the blustery wet morning, survivors and people active in public service gathered by the side where the World Trade Center Towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. "Lorin Francis Bozoo...." Mayor Macloonberg said New York City will be the 1st to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage. We’ll safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope. Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while bound by grief, they are also united by the joys of daily life. David Fokenflike NPR news, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with boost in consumer centimeter,the latest indicators to give credit to improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesales rose a half percent in July while stock polls on shows backlogs fell. Meanwhile, a * university in Michigan survey showed Consumer Confidence Index last month up nearly 5 points. Bill Chinney is an economist that drawn handcuff on financial. " This number was definitely up quite significantly well-up enough above the lose from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more." Economist Bill Chinney. On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9,605. This is NPR.

Coastguard officials are defending what they say was a routine training exercise on the Petomic River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on close circuit radio channel discuss shot's been fired at what was termed as suspicious vessel. Incident prompt in mediate reports and said the FDI agent scrambling at the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes of nearby national airport. Coastguard officials defended that the drills even though today marked the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks and such exercises occurr every day. Confusion was brought to minded even earlier this year in New York, when a presidential airline with two F-16 jets were flown lower the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant WWⅡ code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Robert Gift reports.

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Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30,000 people, including many public figures, calling a posthumous apology for Allen Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Nazi Germany’s enigma communication's code, proved to be a turning point in WWⅡ. But Turing was a gay at a time when homosexual activitie was still illegal in Britain and in 1952, he was prostituted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Allen Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Robert Gift, NPR news, London. Crude oil futures fell 2.5 dollars a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel. I am Jack Sphere in NPR news, Washington.
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From NPR NEWS in Washington, I am Jack Speer.

On this 8th anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading senator democrat is demanding that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed services chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR news, David Warner.

With a request suspected soon from top US military commanders in Afghanistan for more US forces. Armed services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces.

“We need a surge of Afghanistan security forces. I’ll support a very surge. We will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interests without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propaganda falter for the Taliban. John McCain, the topper Republican under army services committee said he too thinks Afghan forces should be trained. “


“But without insignificantly increase troop presence that training alone, we’ll not succeed. “
McCain said what’s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Walman, NPR news, the Capitol.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep.11th terror attacks gathered in N.Y. today at ground zero to commemorate the dead. NPR’s David Fokenflike carrys this report.

On a blustery wet morning, survivors and people activate in public services gathered by the site where the World Trade Center towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. “Lorin Francis Bozoo....” Mayor Micheal Bloomberg said New York City would be the 1st to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage.
“We’ll safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope.”
Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while we’re bound by grief, we are also united by the joys of daily life. David Fokenflike NPR news, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with a boosting consumer sentimental, the latest indicators to give increase to a improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesale sales rose a half percent in July while stock polls on shows backlogs fail. Meanwhile, a * university in Michigan survey showed Consumer Confidence Index last month up by nearly 5 points. Bill Chinney in the Cornell with John Hancock financial.


“This number was definitely up quite significantly we're up enough above the lost from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more.”


Cornell’s Bill Chinney. On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9,605. This is NPR.

Coastguard officials are defending what they say was the routine training exercises on the P* River today they briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on closed circuit radio channel discussed shots being fired what was trembled suspicious vessel. The incident prompted immediate report and that said FBI agent scrambling at the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes of nearby national airport. Coastguard officials defended that the drills even known today marked the anniversary of the 09/11 attacks and such exercises occurred every day. Confusion was brought to mind even earlier this year in New York. When a presidential airliners with two F-16 jet were flowing in lower of the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant World WarⅡ code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Robert Gift reports.

“Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30,000 people, including many public figures, calling for a posthumous apology for Allen Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Germany’s enigma communication code, which proved to be a turning point in World WarⅡ. But Turing was a gay at a time when homosexual activitie was still illegal in Britain and in 1952.   He was prostituted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Allen Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Robert Gift, NPR news, London.


Crude oil futures fell 0.29% a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel. I am Jack Sphere in NPR news, Washington.
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On this 8th anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading Senate Democrat has demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Walman.

With a request suspected soon from the top US military commander in Afghanistan for more US forces, Armed Services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces. "We need a surge of Afghan security forces. Our support of their surge will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interest without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propagandas fodder for the Taliban. " John McLean, the topper Republican under Armed Services Committee said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained. "But without insignificantly increase troop presence that training alone, we ll not succeed. " McLean said what s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Walman, NPR News, the capitol.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep. 11th terror attacks gathered in New York today, Ground Zero, to commemorate the dead. NPR s David Fokenflike has the report.


On the blustery wet morning, survivors and people active in public service gathered by the side where the World Trade Center Towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. "Lorin Francis Bozoo. . . . " Mayor Macloonberg said New York City will be the first to take up President Obama s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage. "We ll safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope. Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while bound by grief, they are also united by the joys of daily life. David Fokenflike. NPR News, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with boost in consumer sentiment, the latest indicators to give credit to improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesale sales rose a half percent in July while stock polls on shows backlogs fell. Meanwhile, a * university in Michigan survey showed Consumer Confidence Index last month up nearly 5 points. Bill Chinney is an economist that drawn handcuff on financial. " This number was definitely up quite significantly well-up enough above the loss from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more. " Economist Bill Chinney.

On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9, 605. This is NPR.

Coastguard officials are defending what they say was a routine training exercise on the Petomic River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on close circuit radio channel discuss shot's been fired at what was termed as suspicious vessel. Incident prompt in mediate reports and said the FDI agent scrambling at the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes of nearby national airport. Coastguard officials defended that the drills even though today marked the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks and such exercises occurr every day. Confusion was brought to minded even earlier this year in New York, when a presidential airline with two F-16 jets were flown lower the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant World War code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR s Robert Gift reports.

"Gordon Brown s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30, 000 people, including many public figures, calling a posthumous apology for Allen Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Nazi Germany s enigma communication's code, proved to be a turning point in World War Two. But Turing was a gay at a time when homosexual activitie was still illegal in Britain and in 1952, he was prosecuted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Allen Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Robert Gift, NPR News, London.

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On this eighth anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading Senate Democrat has demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Walman.

With a request expected soon from the top US military commander in Afghanistan for more US forces, Armed Services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces. "We need a surge of Afghan security forces. Our support of their surge will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interest without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propaganda fodder for the Taliban. “John McCain, the top Republican under Armed Services Committee said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained.”But without insignificantly increase troop presence, that training alone, we’ll not succeed. “McCain said what s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Walman, NPR News, the Capitol.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep. 11th terror attacks gathered in New York today, Ground Zero, to commemorate the dead. NPR s David Fokenflike has the report.

On the blustery wet morning, survivors and people active in public service gathered by the side where the World Trade Center Towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. "Lorin Francis Bozoo. . . . " Mayor Michael Bloomberg said New York City would be the first to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage. "We’ll safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope.” Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while bound by grief, they are also united by the joys of daily life. David Fokenflike. NPR News, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with a boost in consumer sentiment, the latest indicators to give credit to improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesale sales rose a half percent in July while stockpiles on shelves and backlogs fell. Meanwhile, a * university in Michigan survey showed Consumer Confidence Index last month up by nearly 5 points. Bill Chinney is an economist that drawn handcuff on financial.(?) "This number was definitely up quite significantly well-up enough above the loss from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more. " Economist Bill Chinney.

On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9, 605. This is NPR.

Coastguard officials are defending what they say was a routine training exercise on the Petomic River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on close circuit radio channels discuss shot's being fired at what was termed as a suspicious vessel. Incident prompt in mediate reports and said the FDI agent scrambling at the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes of nearby national airport. Coastguard officials defended that the drills even though today marked the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks and such exercises occurr every day. Confusion was brought to mind even earlier this year in New York, when a presidential airline with two F-16 jets were flown lower the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant World War code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Robert Gift reports.

Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30, 000 people, including many public figures, calling for a posthumous apology for Allen Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Nazi Germany’s enigma communication's code, proved to be a turning point in World War Two. But Turing was a gay at a time when homosexual activity was still illegal in Britain and in 1952, he was prosecuted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown, writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Allen Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Robert Gift, NPR News, London.

Crude oil futures fell $2. 50 a barrel to close at $69. 44 a barrel.

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On this eighth anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted
the US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading Senate Democrat has demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Welna
.

With a request expected soon from the top US military commander in Afghanistan for more US forces, Armed Services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces.


We need a surge of Afghan security forces. Our support of their surge will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interest without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propaganda fodder for the Taliban.

John McCain, the top Republican under Armed Services Committee said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained.

But without insignificantly increase troop presence, that training alone, we’ll not succeed.

McCain said what s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep. 11th terror attacks gathered in New York today, Ground Zero, to commemorate the dead. NPR s David
Folkenflik has this
report.

On
a blustery wet morning, survivors and people active in public service gathered by the site where the World Trade Center Towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said New York City would be the first to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage.


We’ll safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope.

Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while bound by grief, they are also united by the joys of daily life. David Folkenflik, NPR News, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with a boost in consumer sentiment
are the latest indicators to give credit as to an improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesale sales rose a half of a percent in July while stockpiles on shelves and backlogs fell. Meanwhile, a * University of Michigan survey showed consumer confidence index last month up by nearly five points. Bill Cheney is an economist with John Hancock Financial.


This number was definitely up quite significantly well-up enough above the lows from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more.

Economist Bill Cheney.

On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9, 605. This is NPR.

Coastguard officials are defending what they say was a routine training exercise on the
Potomac River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on closed circuit radio channels discuss shots’ being fired at what was termed as a suspicious vessel. The incident prompted media reports and said the FDI agent scrambling at the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes at nearby national airport. Coastguard officials defended / the droll even though today mark the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, saying such exercises occur every day. Confusion was brought to mind in an event earlier this year in New York, when a presidential airliner with two F-16 jets were flown low over
the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant World War
Two code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Rob Gifford
reports.

Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30, 000 people, including many public figures, calling for a posthumous apology for
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, NPR News, London.

Crude oil futures fell $2.50 a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
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On this eighth anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted the US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading Senate Democrat has demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Welna.

With a request expected soon from the top US military commander in Afghanistan for more US forces, Armed Services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces.

We need a surge of Afghan security forces. Our support of their surge will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interest without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propaganda fodder for the Taliban.


John McCain, the top Republican under Armed Services Committee said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained.

But without insignificantly increase troop presence, that training alone, we’ll not succeed.


McCain said what
s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep. 11th terror attacks gathered in New York today, Ground Zero, to commemorate the dead. NPR
s David Folkenflik has this report.

On a blustery wet morning, survivors and people active in public service gathered by the site where the World Trade Center Towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said New York City would be the first to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage.

“We will safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope.”

Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while bound by grief, they are also united by the joys of daily life. David Folkenflik, NPR News, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with a boost in consumer sentiment are the latest indicators to give
credence to an improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesale sales rose 0.5% in July while stockpiles on shelves and backlogs fell. Meanwhile, a Reuters and University of Michigan survey showed Consumer Confidence I
ndex last month up by nearly five points. Bill Cheney is an economist with John Hancock Financial.

This number was definitely up quite significantly well-up enough above the lows from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and feeling better means ultimately spending more.

Economist Bill Cheney.

On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9, 605. This is NPR.

Coast Guard officials are defending what they say was a routine training exercise on the Potomac River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on closed circuit radio channels discuss shots being fired at what was termed as a suspicious vessel. The incident prompted media reports and said the FBI agents scrambling at the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes at nearby national airport. Coast Guard officials defended the drill
even though today mark the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, saying such exercises occur every day. Confusion was brought to mind in an event earlier this year in New York, when a presidential airliner with two F-16 jets were flown low over the city, as part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant World War Two code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Rob Gifford reports.

Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30, 000 people, including many public figures, calling for a posthumous apology for Alan Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Nazi Germany’s enigma communication's code, which proved to be a turning point in World War Two. But Turing was gay at a time when homosexual activity was still illegal in Britain. And in 1952, he was prosecuted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown, writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper said while Alan Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Rob Gifford, NPR News, London.

Crude oil futures fell $2.50 a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.


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On this eighth anniversary of the terror attacks that prompted the US invasion of Afghanistan, a leading Senate Democrat has demanded that far more Afghanistan security forces be trained. Until that happens, Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says no further commitment should be made to send more US troops to Afghanistan. More from NPR's David Welna.

With a request expected soon from the top US military commander in Afghanistan for more US forces, Armed Services Chairman Levin said the emphasis should be on training more Afghan forces.

We need a surge of Afghan security forces. Our support of their surge will show our commitment to the success of a mission that is clearly in our national security interests without creating a bigger US military footprint that provides propaganda fodder for the Taliban.”

John McCain, the top Republican on the Armed Services Committee said he too thinks more Afghan troops should be trained.

But without insignificantly increase troop presence, that training alone, we’ll not succeed.”

McCain said what’s needed in Afghanistan is a surge in US forces. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Dignitaries and families of those killed in the Sep. 11th terror attacks gathered in New York today at Ground Zero, to commemorate the dead. NPR’s David Folkenflik has this report.

On a blustery wet morning, survivors and people active in public service gathered by the site where the World Trade Center Towers once stood and read aloud the names of those who died one by one. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said New York City would be the first to take up President Obama’s designation of each 9/11 as an annually recognized day of service, honoring those who answered the call to try to save others amid the carnage.

We will safeguard the memories of those who died by rekindling the spirit of service that lit our city with hope.”

Vice President Joe Biden attended as well, invoking the words of the poet Mary Oliver to remind Americans that while bound by grief, they are also united by the joys of daily life. David Folkenflik, NPR News, New York.

Signs of higher sales at the wholesale level along with a boost in consumer sentiment are the latest indicators to give credence to an improving economy. The Commerce Department reported today wholesale sales rose 0.5% in July while stockpiles on shelves and backlogs fell. Meanwhile, a Reuters and University of Michigan survey showed the Consumer Confidence Index last month up by nearly five points. Bill Cheney is an economist with John Hancock Financial.

This number was definitely up, quite significantly ware
up, enough above the lows from last winter to be fairly confident that consumers are feeling better and ‘feeling better’ means ultimately spending more.” Economist Bill Cheney.


On Wall Street, the Dow ended the week down 22 points to close at 9, 605. This is NPR.

Coast Guard officials are defending what they say was a routine training exercise on the Potomac River today that briefly set off a major scare. The exercise picked up on closed circuit radio channels discuss shots being fired at what was termed as a suspicious vessel. The incident prompted media reports since the FBI agents scrambling to the scene that also led to a brief grounding of planes at nearby National Airport. Coast Guard officials defended the drill even though today marked the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, saying such exercises occur every day. Confusion was brought to mind even earlier this year in New York, when a presidential airliner with two F-16 jets were flown low over the city, as a part of the White House photo shoot.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologized on behalf of the British government for the way of a brilliant World War Two code-breaker was treated for being gay. NPR’s Rob Gifford reports.

Gordon Brown’s statement comes as a result of a petition signed by 30, 000 people, including many public figures, calling for a posthumous apology for Alan Turing. Turing was a brilliant mathematician who helped crack Nazi Germany’s enigma communications code, which proved to be a turning point in World War Two. But Turing was gay at a time when homosexual activity was still illegal in Britain. And in 1952, he was prosecuted for gross indecency. He was given experimental chemical castration as a treatment and his security privileges were removed. Two years later, at the age of 41, he committed suicide. Gordon Brown, writing in the Daily Telegraph newspaper, said while Alan Turing was dealt with under the law of the time, his treatment was of course utterly unfair. Rob Gifford, NPR News, London.

Crude oil futures fell $2.50 a barrel to close at $69.44 a barrel.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
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