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 From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.

The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-au-Prince, the Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.

That grim assessment came from Haiti's communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than two million people left homeless by the quake, though many survivors complain that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two-thirds of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. And volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff, NPR News, Port-au-Prince.

Meanwhile, donations are still being counted from Friday's star-studded telethon for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.

A new tape purported to be from Osama bin Laden is out. On it, the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed, praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. Twenty-three-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th. Abdulmutallab told federal agents who questioned him shortly after the explosives he wore in his underwear failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaeda in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera News Channel aired the recording. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Abuja.

Afghanistan's parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and to win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's reelection last year was marred by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it is confident Ben Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve. But there is growing concern in Congress about the Fed Chair’s handling of the economy.

Former Commerce Secretary and Houston Oil multimillionaire Robert Mosbacher has died after a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.

This is NPR.

A group of nations led by China is upping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately hand over the first ten billion dollars they've pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India, some of the worst polluters, wrapped up their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen. Mexico is slated to hold the next round of negotiations this December.

The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is underway. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl. NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.

The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints pits the NFL's top two rated quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field vision to pick apart defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a gunslinger. But this year, the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions than he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home field advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning will play in the AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets’ defense has been impressive, which means the cerebro-Manning will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca, NPR News.

A 16-year-old California girl is on a quest to become the youngest to sail solo around the world. She left state yesterday.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.


The death toll is rising in Haiti. There's NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from PORT-AU-PRINCE that Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago. / from Haiti's Communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than 2 million people left homeless by the quake though many survivors complain that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two thirds of the survivors camps have received at least some aid. Volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff NPR News PORT-AU-PRINCE.


Meanwhile donations are still being counted from Friday starts at telephone for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.


A new tape reported to be from Osama bin Laden is out. On it the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports. The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned more attack against the United States. 23-year-old Abdulmutallab stand accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam December 25th. Abdulmutallab told Federal Agents who questioned him shortly after the explosive sewn in his underwear failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaida in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera News Channel add the recording.Ofeibea Quist-Arcton NPR News /.

Afghanistan's Parliamentory election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama Administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in Parliamentory election to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's re-election last year was mauled by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it is confident Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve, but there is growing concerning Congress about the Fed. chair handling of the economy.


Former commerce secretary and Houston oil multimillionaire Robert Mosbacher has died after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.


This is NPR.


A group of nations led by China is uping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately handle over the first 10 billion dollars they pledged to help the world's poorest nations to fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India some of the worst polluters wrapped their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference last month in Copenhagen, Mexico is / to hold the next round of negotiations this December.


The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is on the way. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl.NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview. The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints, NFL's Top 2 / quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field vision to pick a part defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a Gun Slinger but this year the 41-year-old has thrown few interceptions that he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the Game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home filed advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning were playing AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualified for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive which means the / Manning will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca NPR News.


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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.

The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from PORT-AU-PRINCE that Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago. That great assessment came from Haiti's Communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than 2 million people left homeless by the quake though many survivors complain that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two thirds of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. Volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff NPR News PORT-AU-PRINCE.

Meanwhile donations are still being counted from Friday starts that at telephone for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.

A new tape reported to be from Osama bin Laden is out. On it the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports. The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned off more attack against the United States. 23-year-old Abdulmutallab stand accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam December 25th. Abdulmutallab told Federal Agents who questioned him shortly after the explosive seed worn in his underwear failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaida in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera News Channel add the recording. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton NPR News Abuja.

Afghanistan's Parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama Administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in Parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's re-election last year was mauled by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it is confident Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve, but there is growing concerning Congress about the Fed’s chair handling of the economy.

Former commerce secretary and Houston oil multimillionaire Robert Mosbacher has died after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.

This is NPR.

A group of nations led by China is uping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately handle over the first 10 billion dollars they’ve pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India some of the worst polluters wrapped up their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen, Mexico is lead to hold the next round of negotiations this December.

The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is on the way. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl. NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview. The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints keep the NFL's Top 2 rating quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field division to pick a part defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a Gun Slinger but this year the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions that he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the Game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home filed advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning were playing AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive, which means the Superior Matting will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca NPR News.

A 16-year-old California girl on the quest to become the youngest to sail solo around the world. She left the state yesterday.
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi, Singh.

The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-au-Prince, the Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.

That / assessment came from Haiti's communications director who said it's based on reports from around the Capital City. Haitian Officials say they believed their thousands of more dead under the rubble, fallen buildings and surrounding communications. Aid is beginning to reach some of more than 2 million people left home most by the quake. The many survivors compained that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least 2/3 of the survivor camps every / at least some aid. Volunteer Doctors at hospital around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff, NPR News, Port-au-Prince.

Meanwhile, donations are still being counted from Friday starts that a telephone for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.

A new tape record to be from Osama Bin Laden is up, on it the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of US Airline on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

The recording said to be Osama Bin Laden, but which cannot to be independently confirmed, praised the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, as heroical /. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. 23-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as to approach Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th. Abdulmatallab told Federal Agents who questioned him shortly after the explosives he / in his underway failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaeda in Yemen. The Arabic Al Jazeera news channel at the recording. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Abuja.

Afghanistan's parliamentary election is beginning push back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They were also signing security concerns. The Obama Administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in parliamentary elections to reform, the electoral process and win back the confidents of Afghan voters. Karzai's reelection last year was marked by fraud which / political supporters aboard.

The White House says it is confident Ben Bernanke will be voted in a second term is head of the Federal Reserve, but there is growing concerning Congress about the Fed chair's handling of the economy.

Former Commerce Secretary and Houston oil multimillionaire, Robert Mosbacher has died after a year long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.

This is NPR.

A group of nations led by China is upping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately handover the first 10 billion dollars they pledge to help the world's poor nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India, some of the worse polluters wrapped up their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good their owned commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen. Mexico is late to hold in next round of negotiations this December.

The first game in the final round of NFL playoff is underway. The AFC and NFC championships determine which teams face each other in the supper ball. NPR's Mike Pesca has this /.

The NFC game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints pitch the NFL's top two raid quarterback against the each other. Drew Brees and the Saints uses and field the division to pick up part defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described gun slinger. But this year the 51-year-old has thrown few interceptions, many / ever has / his career. The Vikings came to the game with more highly regard defense, but New Orleans home field advantage make / play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning, was planning AFC title game as his India Naples coach host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the playoffs, the jets defense has been impressive which means  the S / Manning will have its hands and brain full of jets blitz all afternoon. Mike Pesca, NPR News.

A 16-year-old California girl on request become the youngest to a sailor around world. She left state yesterday.

This is NPR News.
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From NPR news in Washington, I Lashimi Singh.

The death toll is rising in Haiti, as NPR’s C F reports from Haiti. The Haitian government confirmes at least 50,000 people have died since the eathquake struck nearly two weeks ago. That grim assessment came from Haiti’s communications director, who says it’s based on report from around the capital city. Haitian official said they believed there are thousands more dead under the rubbles of falling buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is begining to reach some of the more than 2 million people left homeless by the earthquake. Though many survivors complained supplies of food and water are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least 2/3 of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. Volunteer doctors in hospital around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. K F from NPR news, Port-Au-Prince.Meanwhile donations are still being counted from a Friday starts that a tele-fund for earthquake victims, organisor saying that so far they have raised at least 57,000,000 dollors.
A new tape reaported from Osama Bin Ladin is add on it the speaker takes credit of the attempt bombing of the US airliner on Christmas day. NPR, A C reports. The recording said to be Osama Bin Ladin but which can not be independently confirmed, praises the Nigerian suspect A* * * as a heroic warrior. The tape warmed of more attacks against the United States. 23-year-old A** stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam on
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Afghanistan’s parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Official say they still don’t have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also siting security concerns. The Obama administration is urging Afghan president Hamid Kazai to take advantage of the delay in parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and to win back the confidence of Afghanistan voters. Kazai’s reelection last year was mared by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it’s confident that Ben Bernanke will be voted into the second term as head of the Federal Reserve. But there is growing concern in Congress about the Fed Chair’s handling of the economy.

Former Commerce Secretary and Houston oil multimillionaire Robert M* has died after a year long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.
This is NPR.

A group of nations led by China is upping to pressure on wealthy countries to immediately hand over the first 10 billion dollars that they have pledged to help the world’s poorest countries fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India, some of the worst polluters(!!!),
have wrapped up their meetings in Deli today, also pledging to make good on their own commitments The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen. Mexico is naved to hold next round of negotiations this December.


The first game in the final round of the NFL play off is underway. The AFC and NFC championsip detemines which teams face each other in the Super Bowl. NPR’s Mike S* have this preview. The NFC game between the Minister of Vikin and the New Orlean Saints pit the top 2 rated quarterbacks against each other. Jew Breeze of the Saints uses his precision and field vision to pick apart defenses. Minister’s Black Far is always descibed as gunslinger. But this year the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions than he ever has in his career. The Vikin’s commited to the game with more highly regarded defense but New Orlean’s homefield advantage may come in to play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Pete Mannin will play in the AFC title game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely quaifying for the play-offs, the Jets defense has been impressive which means this will leave bro Mannin’s hands and brain full of Jets’ blizzards all afternoon.

A 16-year-old California girl on the quest to become the youngest to sail solo around the world. She left the state yesterday.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.


The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-au-Prince that Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago. That grim assessment came from Haiti's Communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than 2 million people left homeless by the quake though many survivors complained that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two thirds of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. Volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff, NPR News Port-au-Prince.

Meanwhile donations are still being counted from Friday starts that a tele-fund for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.


A new tape reported to be from Osama bin Laden is out. On it, the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed, praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. 23-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam December 25th. Abdulmutallab told Federal Agents who questioned him shortly after the explosive sewn in his underwear failed to detonate, but he was trained and instructed by al-Qaeda in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera News Channel add the recording.Ofeibea Quist-Arcton NPR News, Abuja.

Afghanistan's Parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama Administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in Parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's re-election last year was mauled by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it is confident Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve, but there is growing concerning Congress about the Fed’s handling of the economy.


Former Commerce Secretary and Houston oil multimillionaire Robert Mosbacher has died after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.


This is NPR.


A group of nations led by China is uping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately hand over the first 10 billion dollars theyhave pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India some of the worst polluters wrapped their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen, Mexico is sled to hold the next round of negotiations this December.


The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is on the way. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl.NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.

The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints, picks the NFL's Top 2 rated quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field vision to pick a part defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a Gun Slinger but this year the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions that he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the Game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home filed advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning were playing AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive which means the ... Manning will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca NPR News.


A 16-year-old California girl on the quest to become the youngest to sail solo around the world. She left the state yesterday.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.

The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-au-Prince that Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.

That grim assessment came from Haiti's Communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than 2 million people left homeless by the quake though many survivors complain that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two thirds of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. Volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff, NPR News, Port-au-Prince.

Meanwhile donations are still being counted from Friday star-studded telethon for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.

A new tape reported to be from Osama bin Laden is out. On it the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. 23-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th. Abdulmutallab told Federal Agents who questioned him shortly after the explosives he wore in his underwear failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaida in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera News Channel add the recording. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Abuja.

Afghanistan's Parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama Administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in Parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's re-election last year was marred by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it is confident Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve, but there is growing concerning Congress about the Fed chair's handling of the economy.

Former commerce secretary and Houston oil multimillionaire Robert Mosbacher has died after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.

This is NPR.

A group of nations led by China is uping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately hand over the first 10 billion dollars they’ve pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India, some of the worst polluters wrapped up their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen. Mexico is alleged to hold the next round of negotiations this December.

The first game in the final round of the NFL playoff is underway. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl. NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.

The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints pit the NFL's top 2 rated quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field vision to pick a part defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a Gun Slinger but this year the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions than he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the Game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home field advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning will play in the AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive, which means the * Manning will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca NPR News.

A 16-year-old California girl is on the quest to become the youngest to sail solo around the world. She left the state yesterday.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.

The death toll is widening in Haiti. As NPR corry flent offer reports from Port-au Prince. The Haitian government confirmed that at least 150.000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.

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Meanwhile donations there are still being counted from Friday starts that telephone fund for earthquake victims. Organize say that so far they have raised 50.000 million dollars.

A new take accord to be from _ on it the speaker takes credit for the attempt of bombing US airliner on Christmas day. NPR _ reports.

The recording said to be some of be latin, but which can not be independently confirmed. Crazed Nigerian suspect Alhaji Umaru Abdulmutallab, as a heroic _ , the tape warned more attacks against the United States. 23 year old Abdulmutallab stands accuse trying to blow up north west 253 as it approach Detroit from Amsterdam on Dec. 24th. Abdulmutallab told the federal agent who questioned him shortly of the explosive he wore in his underware fail to denotate. He was trained and instructed by Al-Qeada in Yemen. The Arabia Al Jazeera news channel added the reporting.

Afghanistan parliamentary election has been push back from May to September. Official say they still don’t have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concern.

The Obama’s ministration is urging Afghan president Hamid Karzai to take advantage of delay in parliamentary election to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters.  Karzai’s reelection last year was marked by _ which caused political supporters abroad.

The white house says it is confident will be voted into a second term as head of Federal Reserve. But there is growing concern in congress about fetchers handling of the economy.

Former common secretary Houston oil multimillionaire Robert Mosbacher has died after year long battle with pain crietic cancer. He was 82.

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A group of nation led by china is upping the pressure on wealthy counties to immediately hand over the first ten million dollars they pledged help the world poorest nations fight climate changes. Ministry form China, Brizil, south Africa, and India some of worst polluters, rubbed up their meeting in Delhi today, also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen. Mexico is sledged to hold next round of negotiations this December.

The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is under way. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl. NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.

The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints keep the NFL's Top 2 rating quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field division to pick a part defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a Gun Slinger but this year the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions that he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the Game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home filed advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning were playing AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive, which means the Superior Matting will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca NPR News.

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[Homework]NPR 2010-01-25

From NPR News in Washington,I'm Lakshmi Singh
The death toll is rising in Haiti,as NPR's Corey Flintoff  reports from PORT-AU-PRINCE,the Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.That great assessment came from Haiti's communication's director who said that is based on reports from around the capital city.Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of falling buildings and in surrounding communities.Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than two million people left homeless by the quake,there are many survivors complaining that the supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly.The World Food Program estimates that at least two thirds of the survivors camps have received at least some aid. Volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still recieving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck./ NPR News,PORT-AU-PRINCE.
Meanwhile donations are still being counted from friday starts that at telephone  for earthquake victims, organizers say that so far,they have raised at least 57 million dollars.
A new take recorded to be from Osama bin Laden is out ,the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of the US airliner on Christmas day. NPR,the / reports.
The recording said to be to be Osama bin Laden ,which cannot be independently confirmed,praised the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab ,as a heroic warrior.The tape warned of more attacks against the United States,23-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up North West Flight 253,as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th.Abdulmutallab told federal agents who questioned him shortly after the explosive / in his underwear failed to detonate ,he was trained and instructed by / in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera News Channel add the recording. / NPR News, Abuja.
Afghanistan's/ election is being pushed back form May to September,officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote.They are also citing security concerns.The Obama ministration is urging Afghan president / to take advantage of the delay in pr/ elections to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters./ re-election last year was mauled by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.  
The Whitw House says it is confident /will be voted into a second term as head of the federal reserve.but there is growing concerning Congress about the Fed's chair handling of the economy.
Former commerce secretary and Huston oil multimillionaire Robert /,has died after a year long battle with pancreatic cancer,he was 82.
This is NPR.
A group of nations led by China is upping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately hand over the first 10 billion dollars they've pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change.ministers from China,Brazil,South Africa and India,some of the world's polluters wrapped their meeting in Delhi today,also pledging to make good on their own commitments.The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen ,Mexico is / to hold the next round of negotiations this December.
The first game on the final round of the NFL playoff is on the way.The AFC and NFC Championships determine which team is facing each other in the Super Bowel.NPR's Mike / has this preview.
The NFC Game between Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints keep the NFL's Top 2 rated quarterbacks against each other.Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field division to pick a part defenses. Minnesota's / is always described as a gun slinger but this year the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions that he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the Game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home filed advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback / was playing AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive, which means the / Matting will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike / NPR News.
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.

The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-Au-Prince that Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago. That great assessment came from Haiti's Communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than 2 million people left homeless by the quake though many survivors complain that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two thirds of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. Volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff NPR News Port-Au-Prince.

Meanwhile donations are still being counted from Friday’s star-studded telethon for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.

A new tape reported to be from Osama bin Laden is out. On it the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports. The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. 23-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th. Abdulmutallab told Federal agent/ who questioned him shortly after the explosives worn in his underwear failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaida in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera News Channel aired the recording. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton NPR News Abuja.

Afghanistan's Parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama Administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in Parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's re-election last year was marred by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it is confident Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve, but there is growing concerning Congress about the Fed’s chair handling of the economy.

Former commerce secretary and Houston oil multimillionaire Robert Mosbacher has died after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.

This is NPR.

A group of nations led by China is upping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately handle over the first 10 billion dollars they’ve pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India some of the worst polluters wrapped up their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen, Mexico is lead to hold the next round of negotiations this December.

The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is on the way. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl. NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview. The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints keep the NFL's Top 2 rated quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field division to pick a part defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a Gun Slinger but this year the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions than he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the Game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home filed advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning were playing AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive, which means the Superior Matting will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca NPR News.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.


The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-au-Prince that Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago. That grim assessment came from Haiti's Communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than 2 million people left homeless by the quake though many survivors complained that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two thirds of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. Volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff, NPR News Port-au-Prince.

Meanwhile donations are still being counted from Friday star-studded tele-fund for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.


A new tape reported to be from Osama bin Laden is ad. On it, the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed, praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. 23-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam December 25th. Abdulmutallab told Federal Agents who questioned him shortly after the explosive he wore in his underwear failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaeda in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera News Channel ad the recording.Ofeibea Quist-Arcton NPR News, Abuja.

Afghanistan's Parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama Administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in Parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's re-election last year was marked by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it is confident Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve, but there is growing concerns in Congress about the Fed’s handling of the economy.


Former Commerce Secretary and Houston oil multimillionaire Robert Mosbacher has died after a year long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.


This is NPR.


A group of nations led by China is uping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately hand over the first 10 billion dollars theyhave pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India some of the worst polluters wrapped up their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen, Mexico is alleged to hold the next round of negotiations this December.


The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is underway. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl.NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.

The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints, picks the NFL's Top 2 rated quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field vision to pick a part defenses. Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a Gun Slinger but this year the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions that he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the Game with a more highly regarded defense but New Orleans' home filed advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning were playing AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive which means the ... Manning will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca NPR News.


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From NPR news in Washington,I'm Lakshmi Singh.

The death toll is rising in Haiti as NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-au-Prince the Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.

That renascence came from Haiti's communication's director.He said it's based on reports from around the capital city.Haitian officials say they believe there're thousands more dead under the rubble x buildings and surrounding communities.Aid's just beginning to reach some of more than 2 million people left homeless by the quake.The many survivors complain the supplies of water and food reaching much too slowly.The World Food Program x said at least two-thirds of the survivors camps have recieved at least some aids.Volunteer doctors said hospitals around the city say they're still recieving patients with bone fractures and seriously infections 12 days after the earthquake struck.

Corey Flintoff NPR news,Port-au-Prince.

Meanwhile donations are still being counted from Friday start that is tele x for earthquake victims.Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.

A new tape reported to be from x out x.The speaker takes x for the attempt to bombing of the US airliner on Chritsmas Day.NPR's x reports.

There're recordings said to be x Bin Laden but which can not be independantly confirmed.Parents of the Nigeria suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as x warrior.The tape warned of more attacks against the United States.23-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of the plan to blow-up North-west Flight 253 as it approached to Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th.Abdulmutallab told federal agents who questioned him shockly out the explosives x in his uderware failed to x .That he was trained and instructed by al-Qaida in Yemen.The Arabic x news channel x the recording.x NPR news,x.

Afghanistan parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September.Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote.There're also citing security concerns.The Obama administration is urging Afghan president Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in parliamentary elections to reform the x process.And a win-back the confidence of Afghan voters.Karzai's re-election last year was x by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.

The White House says it is confident Ben Bernanke will be voted to a second term in head of Federal Reserve.But there's growing concerning in Congress about the x year's handling of the economy.

Former commerce secretary,a Houston oil multimillionaire,Robert Mosbacher has died after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer.He was 82.This is NPR.

A group of nations led by China is upping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately to hand over the first 10 million dollars they pledged help the poorest nations fight climate change.Ministers from China,Brazil,South Africa and India,some of the worst pollutors rapped their meeting in New Deli today.They're also pledging to make good on their own commitments.The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen.Mexico is led to hold the next round of negotiations this December.

The first game of the final round of x playoff is under way.The AFC and x championship determine which team faces with ohter in superball.NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.

The x game between Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints x top two ready x back against each other.x of the Saints uses perception and fill division to pick up part defenses.x break far as always to x gun x but this year the 41 year old has x than he ever has in Korean.The Vikings x the game with more heavy regard defense but New Orleans home feel advantage may x it play as Minnesota has struggled on the road.Another great record back x was playing in AFC title game as his x calls host the New York Jets.After barely qualified for the playoffs,the Jets defense has been impressive which means the x will have its hands and brain full of Jets blisters all afternoon.

Mike Pesca,NPR news.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.


The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-au-Prince, the Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.


That grim assessment came from Haiti's communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than two million people left homeless by the quake,
though many survivors
complain that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two-thirds of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. And volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff, NPR News, Port-au-Prince.


Meanwhile, donations are still being counted from Friday's star-studded telethon
for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.


A new tape reported to be from Osama bin Laden is out. On it, the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.


The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed, praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. Twenty-three-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th. Abdulmutallab told federal agents who questioned him shortly after the explosives he wore in his underwear failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaeda in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera news channel added the recording. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Abuja.


Afghanistan's parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and to win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's reelection last year was marred by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.


The White House says it is confident Ben Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve. But there is growing concern in Congress about the Fen’s handling of the economy.


Former commerce secretary and Houston Oil multimillionaire, Robert Mosbacher, has died after a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.

This is NPR.


A group of nations led by China is uping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately hand over the first ten billion dollars they've pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India, some of the worst polluters, wrapped up their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen. Mexico is alleged to hold the next round of negotiations this December.


The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is underway. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl. NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.


The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints picks the NFL's top two rated quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field vision to pick a part defenses.
Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a
gun-slinger. But this year, the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions than he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the game with a more highly-regarded defense but New Orleans' home field advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning will play in the AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive, which means the cerebro-Manning will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca, NPR News.


A 16-year-old California girl is on a quest to become the youngest to sail solely around the world. She left / state yesterday.


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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.

The death toll is rising in Haiti as NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port au Prince, the Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.

That ? when came from Haiti's communication's director, he said it's based on reports from around the Capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the ruble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is just beginning to reach some of more than 2 million people left homeless by the quake though many survivors complained that supplies of water and food reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least 2/3 of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. The volunteer doctors at the hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff NPR News, Port au Prince.

Meanwhile donations are still be counted from five aid stars that ? for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.  

A new tape reported to be from some of Ben Laden's ? on it the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of the US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's ? reports.

The recording set to be ? Ben Laden, but which can not be independently confirmed, praises the Nigeria suspect, ?, as a heroic warrior. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. Twenty-three-year-old ? stands accused of trying to blowup Northwest flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th. ? told federal agents who question him shortly after the explosive ? in his underwear fail to detonate that he was trained and instructed by Al-Qaeda in Yemen. The Arabic ? news channel at the recording ? from NPR News ?.

Afghanistan's parliament reelection is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They were also citing security concerns. The Obama administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in parliament reelections to reform the electoral process and win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's reelection last year was marked by fraud with cost him political supporters abroad.      

The White House says it is confident Ben Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of Federal Reserve. But there's growing concerning congress about the fat chance handling the economy.

Former Commerce Secretary and ? oil multi-millionaire Robert ? has died after a year long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.

This is NPR.

A group of nations led by China is opting the pressure on Well fee counties to immediately handle over the first 10 billion dollars they've pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Minister from China, Brazil, South Africa, and India, some of the worst polluters, rapt their meeting in Deli today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen. Mexico is laid to hold the next round of negotiations this December.         

The first game in the final round of the NFL playoff is underway. The AFC and NFC championship determine which team face each other in the super bowl. NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.   

The NFC game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints ? the NFL's top true rate quarter backs against each other. Blue ? of the Saints uses precision and field vision to pick up part defenses. Minnesota's ? is always described as the gun slinger, but this year the 41-year-old has thrown a few interseptions ? that he never has in his career. The Vikings coming to the game with a more highly regard defense but New Orleans' home field advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarter backer ? will play in the air of C title game has his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive, which means the ? will have his hands and brain full of Jets blizzards all the afternoon. Mike Pesca, NPR News.

A 16-year-old California girl is on a quest to become the youngest to sail solo around the world. She left the state yesterday.  

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh.


The death toll is rising in Haiti. As NPR's Corey Flintoff reports from Port-au-Prince, the Haitian government confirms at least 150,000 people have died since the earthquake struck nearly two weeks ago.


That grim assessment came from Haiti's communications director who said it's based on reports from around the capital city. Haitian officials say they believe there are thousands more dead under the rubble of fallen buildings and in surrounding communities. Aid is beginning to reach some of the more than two million people left homeless by the quake, though many survivors complain that supplies of water and food are reaching them much too slowly. The World Food Program estimates that at least two-thirds of the survivor camps have received at least some aid. And volunteer doctors at hospitals around the city say they are still receiving patients with bone fractures and serious infections 12 days after the earthquake struck. Corey Flintoff, NPR News, Port-au-Prince.

Meanwhile, donations are still being counted from Friday's star-studded telethon for earthquake victims. Organizers say that so far they have raised at least 57 million dollars.


A new tape reported to be from Osama bin Laden is out. On it, the speaker takes credit for the attempted bombing of a US airliner on Christmas Day. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.


The recording said to be Osama bin Laden but which cannot be independently confirmed, praises the Nigerian suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a heroic warrior. The tape warned of more attacks against the United States. Twenty-three-year-old Abdulmutallab stands accused of trying to blow up Northwest Flight 253 as it approached Detroit from Amsterdam on December 25th. Abdulmutallab told federal agents who questioned him shortly after the explosives he wore in his underwear failed to detonate that he was trained and instructed by al-Qaeda in Yemen. The Arabic al-Jazeera news channel
aired the recording. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Abuja.


Afghanistan's parliamentary election is being pushed back from May to September. Officials say they still don't have enough international funding to pay for the vote. They are also citing security concerns. The Obama administration is urging Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the delay in parliamentary elections to reform the electoral process and to win back the confidence of Afghan voters. Karzai's reelection last year was marred by fraud which cost him political supporters abroad.


The White House says it is confident Ben Bernanke will be voted into a second term as head of the Federal Reserve. But there is growing concern in Congress about the
Fed Chair’s handling of the economy.


Former commerce secretary and Houston Oil multimillionaire, Robert Mosbacher, has died after a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 82.

This is NPR.


A group of nations led by China is
upping the pressure on wealthy countries to immediately hand over the first ten billion dollars they've pledged to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change. Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India, some of the worst polluters, wrapped up their meeting in Delhi today also pledging to make good on their own commitments. The last major climate change conference was last month in Copenhagen. Mexico is alleged to hold the next round of negotiations this December.


The first game in the final round of the NFL Playoff is underway. The AFC and NFC Championships determine which teams face each other in the Super Bowl. NPR's Mike Pesca has this preview.


The NFC Game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints picks the NFL's top two rated quarterbacks against each other. Drew Brees of the Saints uses precision and field vision to pick a part defenses.
Minnesota's Brett Favre is always described as a gun-slinger. But this year, the 41-year-old has thrown fewer interceptions than he ever has in his career. The Vikings come into the game with a more highly-regarded defense but New Orleans' home field advantage may come into play as Minnesota has struggled on the road. Another great quarterback Peyton Manning will play in the AFC Title Game as his Indianapolis Colts host the New York Jets. After barely qualifying for the Playoffs, the Jets defense has been impressive, which means the cerebro-Manning will have his hands and brain full of Jets' blitzes all afternoon. Mike Pesca, NPR News.


A 16-year-old California girl is on a quest to become the youngest to sail solely around the world. She left state yesterday.


This is NPR.

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