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

President Obama says he's willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s health care system but only if he’s convinced they will work.

"I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I intend to be president for a while. And once this bill passes, I own it." Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS’s "60 Minutes".

The administration has been working with GOP Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican Senators who might vote with Democrats on health care legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan as an option for uninsured Americans and small businesses will not make it through Congress.

"I’ve urged the president to take the public option off the table because it’s universally opposed by all Republicans in the Senate, and therefore there’s no way to pass a plan that includes a public option." Snowe was on CBS’s "Face the Nation".

The Republican Congressman who shouted "You lie!" to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident. Unless he relents, Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the House, as NPR’s David Welna reports.

House Democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done apologizing.

"I apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the president, by the vice-president, who I know. I am not apologizing again."

Wilson also described his outburst as a “town hall moment”. Another South Carolina Republican Senator, Lindsey Graham, told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology.

"He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me. It’s good that the president accepted it. But I’d like to see this matter end. Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake."

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

"We are on track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week in October."

Sebelius was interviewed on ABC’s "This Week". She says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and health care workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October and Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The antidumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration.

This is NPR.

Six construction workers have fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft collapsed.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al-Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that a high-level leak may have led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations’ special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Niger may have leaked information that guided his Al-Qaeda kidnappers. Fowler says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming it had passed on his travel plans to "all the appropriate people”. And the government of Niger and the UN offices in Africa and New York were aware of his travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador to Canada is calling Fowler’s allegations grotesque and ludicrous and is demanding an apology. Fowler and his aide endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They were on a mission to broker a peace deal in Northern Niger between the government and minority ethnic Tuaregs. For NPR News, I’m Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested in a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who recognized him from the TV program "America’s Most Wanted". The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set of victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and ’50s has died at his home in Los Angeles.

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

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President Obama says he is willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s health care system but only if he is convinced they will work. “I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails. That doesn’t work. You know, I intend to be president for a while and once this bill passes, I own it.” Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS’ 60 Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican senators who might vote with Democrats on health care legislation; but Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan as an option for insured Americans and small businesses will not make it through Congress. “[0’50”] because it’s universally opposed by all Republicans in the Senate and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes a public option.” Snowe was on CBS’ Face the Nation.

The Republican Congressman who shouted “you lie!” to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident unless he relents Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the House. As NPR’s D reports.
House Democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the president Wednesday night though Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done an apologizing. “I’ve apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the President, by the Vice President who I know. I’ll not apologize again.” Wilson also described his outburst as a town hall moment. Another South Carolina Republican Senator LG told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology. “He has apologized to the President. That’s enough to me. It’s good to the President. He accepted it. We all like to see this matter end. Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake.” Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misdating the facts. DW, NPR News, the Capitol.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health & Human Services Secretary CS, “We are on track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of October; but we may have some early vaccine, as early as the first full week in October.” S was interviewed on ABC’s This Week. She says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and health workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October and S says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it’s looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The anti dumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration. This is NPR.

Six construction workers have fallen to their death inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator’s shaft collapsed.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al-Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that high lever of leak may have lead to his capture. D has more.
United Nations special envoy RF says the government of Niger may have leaked information that guided his Al-Qaeda kidnappers. F says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming he had passed on his travel plans to all “the appropriate people” and the government of Niger and the UN offices in Africa and New York will aware of this travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador XXX is calling F’s allegations [3’48”] and he’s demanding an apology. F and his aide endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They were on a mission to broker a peace deal between in Niger between the government and minority ethnic Tuaregs. For NPR News, I’m D, Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested at a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip of someone who recognized him from the TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

W has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth-seeded del Potro took control of the match earlier and never letup to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, J, a tennis champion in the 1940s and 1950s has died at his home in Los Angeles. I’m C, NPR News in Washington.
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In the beginning I created the heaven and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty. Darkness was on the surface of the deep. My spirit was hovering over the waters.

I said, "Let there be light." And there was light. I saw the light and thought it was good. I divided the light from the darkness. I call the light day and the darkness I called night. And there was evening. There was morning. The first day.
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From NPR news in Washington, I’m Craig Windom.
President Obama says he is willing to consider comprise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he is convinced they will work

“ I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I am intent to be President for a while, once this bill passes, I own it.” Mr. Obama in an interview will air tonight on CBS Sixty Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP senator O. Snow. , who’s considered one of the only Republican senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snow says flatly the president’s proposal for a government-run healthcare plan is an option for uninsured American in small business will not make it through congress

“The president who take the Republican because university published by our Republicans in the summit and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes public option.” Snow with on CBS States the Nation.

The Republican congressman who shouted “you lie” to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the house representative for the incident. Unless he relength congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the house. That’s NPR’s David Wilman reports

House democratic leader say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this will if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox news Sunday he’s done apologizing.

I have apologized one time. The apology is accepted by the president and by the vice president who I know having not apologized again.

Wilson also described his outburst as a tongue homoment. Another South Carolina Republican Senator Macy Gram told Fox he is satisfied with Wilson’s first apology. “He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me it’s good the president accepted it. We are glad to see this matter end and Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake.”

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Wilman NPR news, the capital.

Federal health official say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health Human Services secretary Catharine S. “We are untracked have an ample supply of rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first fall week of October.” S( the secretary) was interviewed on ABC this week, she says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second way of swine flu infection in the US is expected to peak some time in October as S. say she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The entire dumping in investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration. This is NPR.

Six construction workers are falling to their death inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Official say the workers plunged about 20 storey when a platform inside of elevator ** clasped.

A former Canadian diplomatic who was freedom in April after being kidnapped by Al Qaida militants in Niger. He’s claiming that high level leak may have led to his capture.

United Nations’ special envoy Robert Faller says the government of Nigeria will have leaked information that guided Al Qaida kidnappers. Faller says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirmed Nigeria had passed on his travel plans to all the appropriate people. And the government of Nigeria and UN offices in Africa and New York were all aware of this travel plans at route. Niger’s ambassador D. is calling Faller allegation’s raw test and lunacris and he is demanding for apology.
Faller and * endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They were on a mission to broker a peas deal in northern Nigeria between the government and minority **. From NPR news, I’m Ben. C, Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested in a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who has recognized him on TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

When Martin D has advanced to his first grand slam final with the straight-sight victories over R today at the US open tennis tournament. The succeed D took control in March early and never let up to score his third straight win over N. Also today Jack C. a tennis champion in 1940s and 50s has died in his home in LA.



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HW

From NPR news in Washington, I’m Craig Windom.

President Obama says he is willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he is convinced they will work.

"I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I am intent to be President for a while, once this bill passes, I own it.” Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS's Sixty Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan is an option for uninsured Americans in small businessed will not make it through congress.

"I urge the president to take the public option as a alternative because it's universally opposed by other Republicans in the Senate and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes a public option.” Snowe was on CBS's Face the Nation.

The Republican congressman who shouted “you lie” to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the house of representatives for the incident. Unless he relength congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the house. As NPR’s David Wilman reports

House democratic leader say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox news Sunday he’s done apologizing.

"I have apologized one time. The apology is accepted by the president and by the vice president who I know I'm not apologize again."

Wilson also described his outburst as a tongue hall moment. Another South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Gram told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology.

"He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me it’s good the president accepted it. For our eyes to see this matter end and Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake.”

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Wilman NPR news, the Capitol.

Federal health official say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius .

"We are  on track to have an ample supply of rolling bud by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week of October.”

Sebelius was interviewed on ABC's this week, she says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second way of swine flu infection in the US is expected to peak some time in October as Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The entire dumping in investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration. This is NPR.

Six construction workers are falling to their death inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Official say the workers plunged about 20 storeies when a platform inside of elevator sheaf collapsed.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al Qaida militants in Niger. He’s claiming that high level leak may have led to his capture.Dean Carpenture has more.

United Nations’ special envoy Robert Faller says the government of Nigeria will have leaked information that guided Al Qaida kidnappers. Faller says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirmed Nigeria had passed on his travel plans to all the appropriate people. And the government of Nigeria and UN offices in Africa and New York were aware of this travel plans at route. Niger’s ambassador * is calling Faller allegation’s raw test and ludacris and he is demanding an apology.
Faller and * endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They were on a mission to broker a peace deal in northern Nigeria between the government and minority Athenic Torres. From NPR news, I’m Dean Carpenture , Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested in a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who has recognized him on TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first grand slam final with the straight-sight victories over  Rafael Nadal  today at the US open tennis tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match in early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today Jack Kramer a tennis champion in 1940s and 50s has died in his home in LA.
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From NPR news in Washington, I’m Craig Windham.

President Obama says he is willing to consider comprise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only affuse his convinced they will work

"
I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I am intent to be President for a while, once this bill passes, I own it." Mr. Obama in an interview will air tonight on CBS Sixty Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP senator O. Snow of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snow says flatly the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan is an option for uninsured Americans in small businesses will not make it through congress.

"Right there the
president to take the public option of the tale because university polls by our Republicans in the senate,and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes public option." Snow with on CBS States the Nation.

The Republican congressman who shouted "you lie" to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the house representatives for the incident. Unless he relents congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the house. That’s NPR’s David Wilman reports

House Democratic leader say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox news Sunday he’s done apologizing.

I have apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the president and by the vice president who I know have not apologized again.

Wilson also described his outburst as a tongue hall moment. Another South Carolina Republican Senator Macy Gram told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology. "He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me it’s good the president accepted it. We are glad to see this matter end and Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake."

Still Wilson continue to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Wilman NPR news, the capital.

Federal health official say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius. "We are on track to have an ample supply of rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first fall week of October."Sebelius was interviewed on ABC this week, she says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second way of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak some time in October as Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The entire dumping in investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration. This is NPR.

Six construction workers are falling to their death inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Official say the workers plunged about 20 storeys when a platform inside of elevator shaft clasped.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freedom in April after being kidnapped by Al-Qaida militants in Niger. He’s claiming that high level leak may have led to his capture. United Nations’ special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Nigeria may have leaked information that guided its Qaida kidnappers. Fowler says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirmed Niger had passed on his travel plans to all the appropriate people. And the government of Nigeria and UN offices in Africa and New York were all aware of this travel plans at route. Niger’s ambassador D. is calling Fowler allegation’s low test and ludicrous and he is demanding in an apology. Fowler and they then do a more than months captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped in run on a mission to broke a peace deal in Northern Nigeria between the government and the minority ethic notorious. From NPR news, I’m David Kestenbaum , Toronto.


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A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested at a motel in Missouri this weekend on an atrip from someone who recognized him in front of TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth-seeded del Potro took control of the match earlier and never letup to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today,Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and 1950s has died at his home in Los Angeles.

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.
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本帖最后由 februaryheat 于 2009-9-14 21:12 编辑

hw

From NPR news in Washington, I’m Craig Windom.
President Obama says he is willing to consider comprise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he is convinced they will work

“ I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I am intent to be President for a while, once this bill passes, I own it.” Mr. Obama in an interview will air tonight on CBS Sixty Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP senator O. Snow. , who’s considered one of the only Republican senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snow says flatly
that the president’s proposal for a government-run healthcare plan is an option for uninsured American in small businesses
will not make it through congress

“I
urged the president to take the public options as*** because it’s universally supposed by our Republicans in the senate
and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes public option.” Snow with on CBS States the Nation.

The Republican congressman who shouted “you lie” to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the house
of representatives for the incident. Unless he relents Congressman
Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the house. That’s NPR’s David Wilman reports

House democratic leader say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this
week
if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox news Sunday he’s done apologizing.

I have apologized one time. The apology
was
accepted by the president, by the vice president who I know having not apologized again.

Wilson also described his outburst as a
town hall moment. Another South Carolina Republican Senator Macy Gram told Fox he was
satisfied with Wilson’s first apology. “He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me it’s good the president accepted it. We are glad to see this matter end and Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake.”

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Wilman NPR news, the capital.

Federal health official say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health Human Services secretary Catharine S. “We are
on track to have an ample supply of rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week October.” S( the secretary) was interviewed on ABC this week, she says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second wave
of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak some time in October as S. say she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The entire dumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration. This is NPR.

Six construction workers are
fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Official say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft
clasped.

A former Canadian
diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al Qaeda militants in Niger is
claiming that high level leak may have led to his capture.

United Nations’ special envoy Robert Faller says the government of Nigeria will have leaked information that guided Al Qaeda kidnappers. Faller says he has an e-mail from the UN office
confirming Nigeria had passed on his travel plans to all the appropriate people. And the government of Nigeria and UN offices in Africa and New York were all aware of this travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador D. is calling Faller allegation’s raw test and ludicrous and he is demanding an
apology.
Faller and
his aid endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They were on a mission to
尼日利亚的地名in northern Nigeria between the government and minority ethnic *. From NPR news, I’m Ben. C, Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested in a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who has recognized him on TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin Del Potro has advanced to his first grand slam final with the straight-set victories over Rafael Nadal
today at the US open tennis tournament. The sixth seed Del Potro took control in March early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today Jack C. a tennis champion in 1940s and 50s has died at his home in LA.
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[Homework]NPR 2009-09-14

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

President Obama says he's willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhaul in the nation's healthcare system, but only if he's convinced they will work. I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails that doesn't work, you know, I am intended to be president for a while once this bill passes. I own it. Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS's 60 Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP senator Olympia Snowe of man who's considerated one of the only republican senators who might vote with democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatterly that the president's proposal for a government run a health plan as an option for uninsured Americans and small businesses will not make it through Congress. ? the President until take the option on the table because its university policy by our republicans in a senator and therefore there is a way pass a plan that includes a public option.  Snowe was on CBS's Face the Nation.

The republican congressman who shouted You lie to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident. Unless he will ? congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebut from the House. As NPR's David Welna reports.

House democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the president Wednesday night. But Wilson told FOX News Sunday he's done apologizing. I've apologized one time, the apology was accepted by the President, by the Vice-President through I know, I'm not apologizing again.  Wilson also described his outburst as a town hall moment. Another South Carolina republican senator ? told FOX he was satisfied with Wilson's first apology. He has apologized to the President, that's enough to ? the President accepted it. We're glad to see this matter end. Joe is a good man, he made a mistake.  Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Welna NPR News, the Capital.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. We are on a track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first four week in October. Sebelius was interviewed on ABC's This Week, she says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responds on healthcare workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October, and Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.  

China's government says it's looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The anti-dumping investigation comes two days after an annoucement by the administration.

This is NPR.

Six construction workers are falling to the death inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator ship? collapsed.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al-quada militants in ?. He's claiming that high level leak of led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Indonesia may have leaked information that guided his Al-quada kidnappers. Fowler says he has an email from the UN office confirming it had passed on his travel plans to all the appropriate people, and the government of Indonesia and UN officers in Africa and New York will wear? this travel plans and route. ?'s ambassador to Canada is calling for an allegations road t and route quest and he's demanding an apology f? as an aid endured for more than four month of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. He will run a mission to broke a peace deal in northern Indonesia between the government and minority ethnic ?. For NPR News, I'm Dan Karpenchuk Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested in a Motel in Missouri this week and on the tip from someone who recognized him from the TV program in American Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warns for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first grand slam final with a straight set victory over Rafael Nadal on an adult today at US Open Tennis ?. The six del Potro took control of the match early and never led up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and 50s, has died in his home, in Los Angeles.

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From NPR News in Washington, I’m Craig Windom.
President Obama says he’s willing to consider comprise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he is convinced they will work

“ I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I am intent to be President for a while, once this bill passes, I own it.” Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS 60-Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP senator Olympia Snowe of man , who’s considered one of the only Republican senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run healthcare plan is an option for uninsured Americans in small businesses will not make it through congress.

“I urged the president to take the public options on the table because it’s universally supposed by our Republicans in the senate and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes public option.” Snowe with on CBS States the Nation.

The Republican congressman who shouted “you lie” to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the house of representatives for the incident. Unless he relents Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the house. As NPR’s David Wilman reports

House democratic leader say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done apologizing.

I have apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the president, by the vice president who I know, have not apologizing again.

Wilson also described his outburst as a town hall moment. Another South Carolina Republican Senator Macy Gram told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology. “He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me it’s good the president accepted it. We are glad to see this matter end and Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake.”

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Wilman NPR news, the capital.

Federal health official say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. “We are on track to have an ample supply of rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week October.” Sebelius was interviewed on ABC this week, she says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak some time in October as Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The entire dumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration. This is NPR.

Six construction workers are fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Official say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft clasped.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that high level leak may have led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations’ special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Nigeria may have leaked information that guided Al Qaeda kidnappers. Faller says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming Nigeria had passed on his travel plans to all the appropriate people. And the government of Nigeria and UN offices in Africa and New York were all aware of this travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador to Canda is calling Fowler allegation’s grotesque and ludicrous and / is demanding an apology.
Fowler and the aid endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They were on a mission to **in northern Nigeria between the government and minority ethnic *. From NPR news, I’m Dan Karpenchuk Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested in a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who / recognized him on TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin Del Potro has advanced to his first grand slam final with the straight-set victories over Rafael Nadal today at the US open tennis tournament. The 6th seed Del Potro took control the match early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer. a tennis champion in 1940s and 50s has died at his home in Los Angeles.
I'm Craig Windham. NPR News, in Washington.
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president obama said he is willing to consider the compromise the variations to his plan for overhaul in the nation's health care system ,but only if he is convinced they will work ! I have no interesting in having a bill get passed that fails that doesn't work ,i am intend to be president for a while .and once this bill pass ,i will own it ! Mr obama in an interview that will air tonight on CVS 60 minutes. The administration has been working with the GOP senator Olympia Snowe of Maine.with considered one of the only republic senator who might votes with the democrats on health care legislation.but Snowe says flatly the president proposal for a government run on health plan is on operation for unensured American since more business will not make it through congress.I urge the president to take the pubilc option up the table ,because if the university policy by our repubilcan in an senator ,and therefore,and there is no way pass plan that include the public option  
the republic congressman who shouted :You lie to president obama during his speech to congress last week is insisting that he will not apologise to the house representives for the incident .unless he will length congressman Joe Wilson of south Caroliana could face a formal rebuke from the house .
House democratic leader says they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if the representative Wilson does not apologise in the same chamber while he shouted at the presdient Wednesday night.the Wilson told Fox News sunday he is done apologising i have apologised one time .the apology was accepted by the president by the vice president who i know ,i would apologise again.Wilson also describe his ourburst as a tone whole moment ,another South Carolina republic senator Lancy Gram told FOX he was satisfied with Wilson's first apology.He has apologised to the president, that's enough to me as good the president accepted it .we are like to see this matter end ,Joe a good man he made a mistake .still Wilson continue to insist  president obama was misstating the facts.
federal health offical say the some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought .
we are on track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of October but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first four week on October,Sebelius with interview on abc this week,she says the earliest vaccine will probably will go to first responders and health care workers ,the second way of swine flu inflection in the us is ecpected to peak sometime in October.and Sebelius says she is confident saying the waccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.
china government says it is working into the whether the us is subsidizing exports vehicles and chicken meat to that country ,the entire dumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the adminstration.
6 construction workers fallen into death inside the skyscraper been built in Hongkong.the official said the worker climbed 20 storeies when a platform inside elevator sheaf collapsed.
a former Canadian diplomat was freed in April after been kidnaped by Al-Qaida militants in Nifer ,he's claiming that a high level leak may have lead to his capture .
United nation's special envoy Robert Faller says the government in Niger may have leak information that guided Al-Qaida kidnappers.Faller says he has email from the un office comfirmed the Niger has passed on his trouble plans to all the appropriate people .and the government of Niger on the un office in Africa and New York were aware of this trouble plans at route.Niger embassy committer is calling Fallor allegation's raw test and ludacirs and he is demanding an apology.
Faller is aimed endure more than 4 month of captivity in the desert when he was kidnapped , they were on a mission to broke a peace deal in northern Niger between the government and  minority Athenic Torres.
A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested in a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who has recognized him on TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first grand slam final with the straight-sight victories over  Rafael Nadal  today at the US open tennis tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match in early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today Jack Kramer a tennis champion in 1940s and 50s has died in his home in LA.



















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

President Obama says he is willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he’s convinced they will work.

"I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I am intent to be President for a while. And once this bill passes, I own it." Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS’s Sixty Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican Senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan as an option for uninsured Americans in small businesses will not make it through Congress.

"I’ve urged the president to take the public option off the table because it’s universally opposed by our Republicans in the Senate, and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes the public option." Snowe was on CBS’s Face the Nation.

The Republican Congressman who shouted "You lie!" to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident. Unless he relents, Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the House, as NPR’s David Welna reports.

House Democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done apologizing.

"I have apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the president, / by the vice-president, who I know. I am not apologizing again."

Wilson also described his outburst as a “town hall moment. Another South Carolina Republican Senator, Lindsey Graham, told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology.

"He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me. It’s good that the president accepted it. But I’d like to see this matter end. / Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake."

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

"We are on track to have an ample supply / rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week in October."

Sebelius was interviewed on ABC’s This Week. She says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October and Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The antidumping / investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration.

This is NPR.

Six construction workers have fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft clasped.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al-Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that a high-level leak may have led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations’ special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Niger may have leaked information that guided his Al-Qaeda kidnappers. Fowler says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming it had passed on his travel plans to all the appropriate people. And the government of Niger and UN offices in Africa and New York were / aware of his travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador to Canada is calling Fowler’s allegations grotesque and ludicrous and / is demanding / an apology. Fowler and Guay endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They run /  a mission to broker a peace deal in Northern Niger between the government and / minority ethnic Tuaregs. For NPR News, I’m Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested at a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who recognized him from the TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set of victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and 50s has died at his home in Los Angeles.

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.
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President Obama says he's willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he is convinced they will work.

"I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I intend to be President for a while. And once this bill passes, I own it." Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS’s Sixty Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican Senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the President’s proposal for a government-run health plan as an option for uninsured Americans and small businesses will not make it through Congress.

"I’ve urged the President to take the public option off the table because it’s universally opposed by our Republicans in the Senate, and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes a public option." Snowe was on CBS’s Face the Nation.

The Republican Congressman who shouted "You lie!" to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident. Unless he relents, Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the House, as NPR’s David Welna reports.

House Democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done apologizing.

"I / apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the President, by the Vice-President, who I know. I am not apologizing again."

Wilson also described his outburst as a “town hall moment”. Another South Carolina Republican Senator, Lindsey Graham, told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology.

"He has apologized to the President. That’s enough to me. It’s good that the President accepted it. But I’d like to see this matter end. Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake."

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

"We are on track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week in October."

Sebelius was interviewed on ABC’s This Week. She says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October and Sebelius said she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The antidumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration.

This is NPR.

Six construction workers have fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft clasped.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al-Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that a high-level leak may have led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations’ special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Niger may have leaked information that guided his Al-Qaeda kidnappers. Fowler says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming it had passed on his travel plans to all the appropriate people”. And the government of Niger and UN offices in Africa and New York were aware of his travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador to Canada is calling Fowler’s allegations grotesque and ludicrous and is demanding an apology. Fowler and Guay endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They run a mission to broker a peace deal in Northern Niger between the government and minority ethnic Tuaregs. For NPR News, I’m Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested at a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who recognized him from the TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set of victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and ’50s has died at his home in Los Angeles.

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.
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President Obama says he is willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he’s convinced they will work.

"I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I am intent to be President for a while. And once this bill passes, I own it." Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS’s Sixty Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican Senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan as an option for uninsured Americans in small businesses will not make it through Congress.

"I’ve urged the president to take the public option off the table because it’s universally opposed by our Republicans in the Senate, and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes the public option." Snowe was on CBS’s Face the Nation.

The Republican Congressman who shouted "You lie!" to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident. Unless he relents, Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the House, as NPR’s David Welna reports.

House Democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done apologizing.

"I have apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the president, by the vice-president, who I know. I am not apologizing again."

Wilson also described his outburst as a “town hall moment”. Another South Carolina Republican Senator, Lindsey Graham, told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology.

"He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me. It’s good that the president accepted it. But I’d like to see this matter end. Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake."

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

"We are on track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week in October."

Sebelius was interviewed on ABC’s This Week. She says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October and Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The antidumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration.

This is NPR.

Six construction workers have fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft collapsed.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by Al-Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that a high-level leak may have led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations’ special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Niger may have leaked information that guided his Al-Qaeda kidnappers. Fowler says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming it had passed on his travel plans “to all the appropriate people”. And the government of Niger and UN offices in Africa and New York were aware of his travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador to Canada is calling Fowler’s allegations grotesque and ludicrous and is demanding an apology. Fowler and Guay endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They run a mission to broker a peace deal in Northern Niger between the government and minority ethnic Tuaregs. For NPR News, I’m Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested at a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who recognized him from the TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set of victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and ’50s has died at his home in Los Angeles.

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.


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President Obama says he is willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he’s convinced they will work.

"I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I / intend to be President for a while. And once this bill passes, I own it." Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS’s 60 Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican Senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan as an option for uninsured Americans in small businesses will not make it through Congress.



"I’ve urged the president to take the public option off the table because it’s universally opposed by our Republicans in the Senate, and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes the public option." Snowe was on CBS’s Face the Nation.

The Republican Congressman who shouted "You lie!" to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident. Unless he relents, Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the House, as NPR’s David Welna reports.

House Democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done apologizing.

"I have apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the president, by the vice-president, who I know. I am not apologizing again."

Wilson also described his outburst as a “town hall moment”. Another South Carolina Republican Senator, Lindsey Graham, told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology.

"He has apologized to the president. That’s enough for me. It’s good that the president accepted it. But I’d like to see this matter end. Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake."

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

"We are on track to have an ample supply rolling
by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week in October."


Sebelius was interviewed on ABC’s This Week. She says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October and Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The anti-dumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration.

This is NPR.

Six construction workers have fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft collapsed.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by al-Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that a high-level leak may have led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Niger may have leaked information that guided his al-Qaeda kidnappers. Fowler says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming it had passed on his travel plans “to all the appropriate people”. And the government of Niger and UN offices in Africa and New York were aware of his travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador to Canada is calling Fowler’s allegations grotesque and ludicrous and is demanding an apology. Fowler and Guay endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They were on a mission to broker a peace deal in Northern Niger between the government and minority ethnic Tuaregs. For NPR News, I’m Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested at a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who recognized him from the TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.


Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set of victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and ’50s has died at his home in Los Angeles.

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.
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President Obama says he is willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he’s convinced they will work.

"I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I / intend to be President for a while. And once this bill passes, I own it." Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS’s 60 Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican Senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan as an option for uninsured Americans and small businesses will not make it through Congress.



"I’ve urged the president to take the public option off the table because it’s universally opposed by our Republicans in the Senate, and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes the public option." Snowe was on CBS’s Face the Nation.

The Republican Congressman who shouted "You lie!" to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident. Unless he relents, Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the House, as NPR’s David Welna reports.

House Democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done apologizing.

"I have apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the president, by the vice-president, who I know. I am not apologizing again."

Wilson also described his outburst as a “town hall moment”. Another South Carolina Republican Senator, Lindsey Graham, told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology.

"He has apologized to the president. That’s enough to me. It’s good that the president accepted it. But I’d like to see this matter end. Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake."

Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

"We are on track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week in October."

Sebelius was interviewed on ABC’s This Week. She says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October and Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the expected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The anti-dumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration.

This is NPR.

Six construction workers have fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft collapsed.

A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by al-Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that a high-level leak may have led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Niger may have leaked information that guided his al-Qaeda kidnappers. Fowler says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming it had passed on his travel plans “to all the appropriate people”. And the government of Niger and UN offices in Africa and New York were aware of his travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador to Canada is calling Fowler’s allegations grotesque and ludicrous and is demanding an apology. Fowler and Guay endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They were on a mission to broker a peace deal in Northern Niger between the government and minority ethnic Tuaregs. For NPR News, I’m Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested at a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who recognized him from the TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.


Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set of victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and ’50s has died at his home in Los Angeles.

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

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President Obama says he is willing to consider compromise variations to his plan for overhauling the nation’s healthcare system but only if he’s convinced they will work. "I have no interest in having a bill get passed that fails, that doesn’t work. You know, I intend to be president for a while. And once this bill passes, I own it." Mr. Obama in an interview that will air tonight on CBS’s 60 Minutes.

The administration has been working with GOP Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine, who’s considered one of the only Republican Senators who might vote with Democrats on healthcare legislation. But Snowe says flatly that the president’s proposal for a government-run health plan as an option for uninsured Americans in small businesses will not make it through Congress.

"I’ve urged the president to take the public option off the table because it’s universally opposed by our Republicans in the Senate, and therefore there’s no way to pass the plan that includes the public option." Snowe was on CBS’s “Face the Nation”.

The Republican Congressman who shouted "You lie!" to President Obama during his speech to Congress last week is insisting that he will not apologize to the House of Representatives for the incident. Unless he relents, Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina could face a formal rebuke from the House, as NPR’s David Welna reports.

House Democratic leaders say they will introduce a resolution of disapproval this week if Representative Wilson does not apologize in the same chamber where he shouted at the President Wednesday night. But Wilson told Fox News Sunday he’s done apologizing.

"I have apologized one time. The apology was accepted by the president, by the vice-president, who I know. I am not apologizing again." Wilson also described his outburst as a “town hall moment”. Another South Carolina Republican Senator, Lindsey Graham, told Fox he was satisfied with Wilson’s first apology.  

"He has apologized to the president. That’s enough for me. It’s good that the president accepted it. But I’d like to see this matter end. Joe’s a good man. He made a mistake." Still Wilson continued to insist President Obama was misstating the facts. David Welna, NPR News, the Capitol.

Federal health officials say some swine flu vaccine may be ready earlier than first thought. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. "We are on track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of October, but we may have some early vaccine as early as the first full week in October." Sebelius was interviewed on ABC’s “This Week”. She says the earliest vaccine will probably go to first responders and healthcare workers. The second wave of swine flu infections in the US is expected to peak sometime in October and Sebelius says she is confident the vaccine will be available in time to beat the peak of the  xpected flu season.

China’s government says it is looking into whether the US is subsidizing exports of vehicles and chicken meat to that country. The anti-dumping investigation comes two days after an announcement by the administration.

This is NPR.

Six construction workers have fallen to their deaths inside a skyscraper being built in Hong Kong. Officials say the workers plunged about 20 stories when a platform inside an elevator shaft collapsed.
A former Canadian diplomat who was freed in April after being kidnapped by al-Qaeda militants in Niger is claiming that a high-level leak may have led to his capture. Dan Karpenchuk has more.

United Nations special envoy Robert Fowler says the government of Niger may have leaked information that guided his al-Qaeda kidnappers. Fowler says he has an e-mail from the UN office confirming it had passed on his travel plans “to all the appropriate people”. And the government of Niger and UN offices in Africa and New York were aware of his travel plans and route. Niger’s ambassador to Canada is calling Fowler’s allegations grotesque and ludicrous and is demanding an apology. Fowler and Guay endured more than four months of captivity in the desert when they were kidnapped. They
were on a mission to broker a peace deal in Northern Niger between the government and minority ethnic Tuaregs. For NPR News, I’m Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

A man suspected of robbing banks in five states has been arrested at a motel in Missouri this weekend on a tip from someone who recognized him from the TV program America’s Most Wanted. The man was wanted on felony warrants for charges ranging from armed robbery to receiving stolen property.

Juan Martin del Potro has advanced to his first Grand Slam final with a straight set of victory over Rafael Nadal today at the US Open Tennis Tournament. The sixth seed del Potro took control of the match early and never let up to score his third straight win over Nadal. Also today, Jack Kramer, a tennis champion in the 1940s and ’50s has died at his home in Los Angeles.

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.
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