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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Gile Snyder.

Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads in parts of mid-Atlantic region blowing snow is keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennsylvania's governor has shut down large parts of three major highways because of the storm and Washington DC's fire chief says it doesn't seem migrate getting much of the break as a latest storm comes just a few days after one of the heaviest snowfall in DC's history. In Baltimore, dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urge measures to protect public safety. ? from a member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore city mayor ? institued safe 3 the highest ? of the city emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicle are permitted on city roadway. Weather ? driver parts while the emergency plan is in effect could face arrest. Baltimore another ? jurisdiction has experienced unprecedented snowfall, beginning with 223 feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trees power outages and other problems, including a worse collapse at Baltimore county fire towel and damage to some portry houses on ? eastern shore. For NPR News, I'm ? in Baltimore.

On the EU above the European Union crisis meeting over the dead probleming Greece Greek prime minister George ? promised to his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. ? reports.

Speaking in Paris after a launch with French president ? ? said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting any austerity program. The head of the French Parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankruptcy. But EU governments were initially reluctantly to help Greece out of a dead crisis and create it itself and now appear ready after European markets fell on the US slipped to a 8 month low against the US dollar. There's also fear that instability could spread to other financially troubled Euro zone countries Spain and Portugal. One analysts said markets would react very negatively if tomorrow's EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to ? Greece. NPR News I'm ? in Paris.

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bananke has began to outline the central banks access strategy from the emergency measures that could put in place to combat the financial crisis. Bananke was to get testimony today before a house panel he released as prepare remarks even know the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bananke said the federal would likely begin tightening monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raising interests rates. But he said that may be a month away.

On Wall Street stocks are down this hour the Dow was down 16 points to 10,043, the NASDAQ down 2 at 2,149.

From Washington, this is NPR News.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world's biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese new year, the year of tiger starts on Sunday. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzards severe six provinces in north China, forcing the closure of two dozen highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today mark the peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season, an estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the western provinces are also be coal supplies. It is also brought back memories of 2008's Chinese New Year, when severe weather crippled infrastructure and stranded millions of travellers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn NPR News Beijing.

It's questionable whether American skier ? will be able to compete the Vancouver Olympics. Von said today that she's worried about a badly bruised wide ? she says she injured it in a training round last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Von has won the world come twice ? champion. She is considered to contend for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle ? says he's impressive with house spectacular and shining the international space station is. The shuttle's crew arrived at the station early today and has been mingling with the space station crew. ? is carrying the station's last two main components of new room and an observation deck.

Again Stocks are down this hour, the Dow was down 7 points to 10,050.

I'm Gile Snyder, NPR News.
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Authority is urging people to stay off the roads in parts of mid-Atlantic region blowing snows, keeping visibilities to a minimum. Pennsylvania governor has shut down large parts of three major high ways because of the storm. And Washington DC’s fire chief says it doesn’t seem like getting much of the break. This latest storm comes just few days after one of heaviest snow falls in DC’s history. In Baltimore, dangerous blizzard condition has city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety. Dona Murray one is from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore city mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted face three, the highest designation of city emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city road. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plan affect could face arrest. Baltimore’s another mayor, jurisdiction said he experience unprecedented snow fall be getting with 2-3 feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trees. Power outages and other problems including roof collapse at Baltimore county fire house, and damage to some portray houses on Maryland eastern shore. For NPR news, I’m Dona Murray in Baltimore.

On the eve of the European Union crises meeting over the debt problem in Greece. Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measure to reduce the public deficit. Anne Garrels reports.

Speaking in Paris after lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy. Papandreou said Greece  would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting on any austerity program. The head of French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity 团结 with agree them, not let it go bankrupt, but EU government were initially reluctant to help Greece out of debt crises it created itself, and now are appear ready after European markets fall and euro slipped to eight months low against the US dollar. There is also fear that instability spread to any financial trouble Europe countries, Spain and Portugal . One analyst said the market will reacted very negatively if tomorrow’s EU meeting dose not producing a concrete plan to budgets Greece. NPR news, I’m M B in Paris.

The federal reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has began to outline the central banks exit strategy from emergency matters put in place to combact the financial crises. Ben Bernanke was to give a testimony today before a house panel. He will lead us prepare remarks. Even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the federal would likely begin tightening monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before turns to raising interest rate. But he said that maybe month away.

On Wall Street Dow John is down 16 points to 10,043 and the NASQAQ down 2 at 2149.

From Washington, this is NPR news.

Sevier winter weather is threatening one of the world biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese is heading home for Chinese new year. The year of tiger starts on Sunday. NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzard has hit six provinces in north China forcing the closure 2 dozens high ways in several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters predicting more heavy snows and fallen temperatures through tomorrow. Today marked the peak of the annual preholiday travel season and an estimated 210 million people are expected travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raise concerns about energy supplies as two of the Western province, they are also big coal suppliers. It also brought back memories of 2008’s Chinese new year, when severe weather crapped infrastructure and strained millions of Chinese in southern china. Anthony Kuhn NPR news Beijing.

It’s questionable whether American skier linsy Wong would be able to compete in Vancouver Olympics. On Saturday, she said today she is worried about badly bruised right chine. She said she is injured in a training run last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Wong has won of the world come twice in this running Champaign. She is consider to contender for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavor says he is in impressed with spectacular and shinning the international space station in it. Shuttle’s crews will arrive at the station early today and has been mingling with the space station crew. And Endeavor is carrying the station’s last two main components: a new room and an observation deck.
Again NASDAQ are down this hour, the Dow is down now 7 points to 10,070.

I’m Giles Snyder,NPR news.
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Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads in parts of Mid-Atlantic region blowing snows, keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennsylvania’s governor has shut down large parts of three major highways because of the storm. And Washington D.C.’s fire chief says it doesn’t seem like we’re getting much of a break. This latest storm comes just a few days after one of heaviest snowfalls in D.C.’s history. And bore them more, dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety. Dona Murray Owens / from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted phase three, the highest designation of the city’s emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city roadways. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plan is in effect could face arrest. Baltimore and other Maryland jurisdictions have experienced unprecedented snowfall begetting with two to three feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trees, power outages / and other problems, including a roof collapse at a Baltimore county firehouse, and damage to some poultry houses on Maryland’s eastern shore. For NPR news, I’m Dona Murray Owens in Baltimore.

On the eve of a European Union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou promised / his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. Anne Garrels reports.

Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, / Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting / any austerity program. The head of the French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt, but EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of a debt crisis it created itself, and now appear ready after European markets fell and the euro slipped to an eight-month low against the US dollar. There is also fear that instability could spread to other financially-troubled Euro countries, Spain and Portugal. One analyst said / markets would react very negatively if tomorrow’s EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to buttress Greece. For NPR news, I’m M B in Paris.

/ Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the Central Bank’s exit strategy from the emergency measures it put in place to combat the financial crisis. / Bernanke was to give / testimony today before a house panel. He released his prepared remarks, even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the Fed would likely begin tightening monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raising interest rates. But he said that may be months away.

On Wall Street, stocks are down this hour. The Dow’s / down 16 points at 10,043. The NASQAQ down two, at 2,149.

From Washington, this is NPR News.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world’s biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The year, the Tiger, starts on Sunday. NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzards have hit six provinces in north China, forcing the closure of two dozen highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today marked the peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season. An estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worst-hit provinces are also big coal-suppliers. It has also brought back memories of 2008’s Chinese New Year, when severe weather crumbled infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR News, Beijing.

It’s questionable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics. Vonn said today she’s worried about a badly bruised right chine. She said she / injured it in a training run last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn is one of the world come twice in the reigning champion, she is considered to contender for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavor says he’s in press with how spectacular and shiny the International Space Station is. The shuttle’s crew / arrived at the station early today and has been mingling with the space station crew. / Endeavor’s carrying the station’s last two main components and new room and an observation deck.

Again stocks are down this hour. The Dow’s down now seven points at 10,050.

I’m Giles Snyder, NPR News.
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Giles Snyder.

Authority is urging people to stay off the roads in parts of the mid-Atlantic region. Blowing snow is keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennsylvania's governor has shut down large parts of three major highways because of the storm. And Washington DC's fire chief says it doesn't seem like we are getting much of a break. This latest storm comes just few days after one of the heaviest snowfalls in DC's history. In Baltimore, dangerous blizzard condition has city officials taking urgent measures to  protect public safty. Dona Murray one is from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore city mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted Phase three, the highest designation of the city's emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city roadway. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plan is in effect could face arrest. Baltimore, another Maryland jurisdiction has experienced unprecidented snowfall be getting with 2-3 feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trees, power outages and other problems including a roof collapse at the Baltimore county firehouse, and damage to some portray houses on Maryland's eastern shore. For NPR news, I'm Dona Murray in Baltimore.

On the eve of the European union's crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece. Greek prime minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. Anne Garrels reports.
Speaking in Paris after lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting any austerity program. The head of French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt, but EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of debt crisis and create it itself, and now appear ready after European markets fell and the euro slipped to an eight-month low against the US dollar. There is also fear that instability could spread to other financially troubled eurozone countries, Spain and Portugal. One analyst said markets would react very negatively if tomorrow's EU meeting is not producing a concrete plan to budget Greece. NPR news, I'm M B in Paris.

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the central bank's exit strategy from the emergency measures put in place to compel the financial crisis. Ben Bernanke was to give a testimony today before a house panel. He will release his prepared remarks. Even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington, Bernanke said the Fed would likely began tightening monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raising interest rate. But he said that may be months away.

On Wall Street stocks are down this hour. The Dow is down 16 points at 10,043 and the NASQAQ down 2 at 2,149.
From Washington, this is NPR news.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world's biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese new year. The year of tiger starts on Sunday. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.
Blizzards have hit six provinces in north China, forcing the closure of 2 dozens highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and fallen temperatures through tomorrow. Today mark the peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season. An estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worst hit provinces are also big coal suppliers. It has also brought back memories of 2008's Chinese new year, when severe weather crippled infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR news, Beijing.

It's questionable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn would be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics. Vonn said today that she is worried about a badly bruised right shin. She said she is injured in a training run last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn has won the world cup twice in this running Champaign. She is considered to contend here for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavor says he's impressed with how spectacular and shinning the international space station in it. Shuttle's crews will arrive at the station early today and has been mingling with the space station crew. Endeavor is carrying the station's last two main components of new room and an observation deck.

Again, stocks are down this hour. the Dow is down now 7 points at 10,050.

I'm Giles Snyder, NPR News.
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From NPR news in Washington,I'm Giles Snyder.

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x of city mayor's definitely rolling blick,institute safe x,the higher x of city emergency snow plan.This means that only police,fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city roadways.Residents who drive the path while the emergency x in effect could face arrest.Both more another x have experienced unprecedented snow fall.They getting was two to three feet last weekend.The blizzard has caused down to trees,power origin than other problems including a roof's collapse that x.And damages to some poultry houses are millions x.For NPR news,I'm Diana x,in x.

On the eve of the European Union crisis meeting of the debt problem in Greece,Greek prime minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit.x reports.
Speaking in Paris,after a lunch with French president Nicolas Sarkozy publican x said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4 percent in 2010.That task would not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting any austerity program.The head of French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt.But EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of debt crisis created itself.And now a few ready after European markets fell on the US slip to an eight month flow against US dollar.There are also fears the instability could spead to other finacially troubled Euro's Zone countries Spain and Portugal.One analyst said the markets would react very negatively if tomorrow's EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to budgets of Greece.For NPR news,I'm x,in Paris.

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the central bank's assets strategy from the emergency measures in putting place to command finacial crisis.Bernanke was to get testimony today.The x House panel who released this prepared remarks even thouth the hearing was cancelled because of the blizzard in Washington.Bernanke said the fed would likely begin tighting monetary policies by removing cash from the finacial system before terms to raising interest rates.But he said it maybe a month away.

On Wall Street,stocks are down this hour.The Dow is down 16 points,at 10043.The NASDAQ down 2,at 2145.From Washington,this is NPR news.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world's biggest annual movements of humanity.Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year.Year of the Tiger starts on Sunday.NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.
Blizzard x six provinces in north China forcing the closure of two dozen highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passangers.Weather forecast is predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow.Today mark the peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season and that's estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday.The weather has raised the concerns about enegy supplies as two of the western provinces are also big cold supplies.It is also brought back memories of 2008 Chinese New Year when severe weather crippled infrastructure and stranded millions of travellers in southern Chian.Anthony Kuhn,NPR news,Beijing.

Crushable weather Americans scare x will be able to compete x Olympics.On Saturday,that she is worried about badly x.She said she entered a training run last week during a pre-Olympic pratice in Autralia.On this wonder world cup,twice x champion,she is considered to contend for a x.

The commander of space shuttle in x,he x press without spectacular and shining international space station units.Shuttles crew arrive at the station early today and has been x with space station crew.And D is caring the station's last two main components in new room.And an observation x against x .

This hour the Dow is down now seven points,at 10050.

I'm Giles Snyder,NPR news.
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本帖最后由 harry2314 于 2010-2-11 13:38 编辑

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From NPR News in Washington, I’m Giles Snyder

Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads in parts of Mid-Atlantic region blowing snows, keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennsylvania’s governor has shut down large parts of three major highways because of the storm. And Washington D.C.’s fire chief says it doesn’t seem like we’re getting much of a break. This latest storm comes just a few days after one of heaviest snowfalls in D.C.’s history. And in Baltimore, dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety. Dona Murray Owens from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted phase three, the highest designation of the city’s emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city roadways. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plan is in effect could face arrest. Baltimore and other Maryland jurisdictions have experienced unprecedented snowfall be getting with two to three feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused downed trees, power outages and other problems, including a roof collapse at a Baltimore county firehouse, and damage to some poultry houses on Maryland’s eastern shore.For NPR news, I’m Dona Murray Owens in Baltimore.

On the eve of a European Union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. Eleanor Beardsley
reports.

Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy , Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting  any austerity program. The head of the French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt, but EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of a debt crisis it created itself, and now appear ready after European markets fell and the euro slipped to an eight-month low against the US dollar. There is also fear that instability couldspread to other financially-troubled Euro countries, Spain and Portugal. One analyst said markets would react very negatively if tomorrow’s EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to buttress Greece. For NPR news, I’m Eleanor Beardsley in Paris.

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the Central Bank’s exit strategy from theemergency measures it put in place to combat the financial crisis.  Bernanke was to give testimony today before a House panel. He released his prepared remarks, even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the Fed would likely begin tightening monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raising interest rates. But he said that may be months away.

On Wall Street, stocks are down this hour. The Dow's down 16 points at 10,043. The NASQAQ down two, at 2,149.

From Washington, this is NPR News.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world’s biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The year, the Tiger, starts on Sunday. NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzards have hit six provinces in North China, forcing the closure of two dozen highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today marked the peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season. An estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worst-hit provinces are also big coal-suppliers. It has also brought back memories of 2008’s Chinese New Year, when severe weather crumbled infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR News, Beijing.

It’s questionable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics.Vonn said today she’s worried about a badly bruised right chine. She said she injured it in a training run last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn is one of the world come twice as the reigning champion, she is considered to contender for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavor says he’s impressed with how spectacular and shiny the International Space Station is. The shuttle’s crew arrived at the station earlier today and has been mingling with the space station crew. Endeavor’s carrying the station’s last two main components and new room and an observation deck.

Again stocks are down this hour. The Dow's down now seven points at 10,050.

I’m Giles Snyder, NPR News.                                                   
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Authority is urging people to stay off the roads in parts of the middle of Atlantic region blowing of snows, keeping visibilities to a minimum. Pennsylvania governor has shut down large parts of the three major highways because of this storm. And Washington DC’s fire chiefs say it doesn’t seem likely to get in much of the break. This latest storm comes out just few days after one of the heaviest snowfalls in DC’s history. And by the all, dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taken urgent measures to protect public safety. Dona Murray one is from member station WYPR reports.
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Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French president Nicola Sarkozy, Papandreou said the Greece would reduce its deficit by necessary 4% in 2010. That task would not be easy with Greek public sector workers industries striking and protesting any austerity program. The head of French parliament said European country needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt. But European governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of debt crisis created itself. And now it appeared ready after European market is fail on the US slip to an 8 months low against the US dollar. There is also a fear that instability could spread to other financially troubled euro and countries in Spain and Portugal. One analyst said markets would react very negatively if tomorrow’s u-meeting dose not produce a complete plan to buttress Greece.

The federal reserve chairman, Ben Bernaki has begun to outline the central bank’s exit strategy from emergency measures to putting place to combat the financial crisis. Bernaki was giving testimony today before a house panel who released prepare remarks, even though the hearing was cancelled, because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernaki said the federal would begin tighten the monetary policy by removing cash from financial system before it turns to raising interests. But he said that may be months away.

On Wall Street stocks are down this hour the Dow John 16points of 10043, the NASQAQ down 2 at 2149, from Washington.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world’s biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The year of tiger starts on Sunday.
Blizzard hits six provinces in north China, forcing the closure of 2 dozens highways in several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today marked the peak of annul pre-holiday travel season. That estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of worst provinces are also big coal suppliers. It also brought back the memories of the 2008 Chinese new year when severe weather cribbed infrastructure and strained millions of travelers in southern china.

It’s questionable whether American’s skier Lizzie Wang will be able to compete at Vancouver Olympics. Online says today that she is worried about a bad bruised right chin. She said she injured in a training run last week during a pre-Olympics practices in Australia. On its one of the word comes twice as this running champion. She is considered contend for multiple medals.

The commander of Space Shuttles in Endeavor is in praise with the spectacular and shinning in the international space station. Shuttles Crews will arrive at the space today and has been mingling with the space station crew. And Endeavor is carrying the station’s last two main components of new room and an observation desk.
The Dow this hour is 7% at 10050.
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Giles Snyder

Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads in parts of the Mid-Atlantic region. Blowing snow is keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennsylvania's governor has shut down large parts of three major highways because of the storm. And Washington D.C.'s fire chief says it doesn't seem like we're getting much of a break. This latest storm comes just a few days after one of the heaviest snowfalls in D.C.'s history. / In Baltimore, dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety. Dona Murray Owens from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted phase three, the highest designation of the city's emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city roadways. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plan is in effect could face arrest. Baltimore and other Maryland jurisdictions have experienced unprecedented snowfall be getting with two to three feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused downed trees, power outages and other problems, including a roof collapse at a Baltimore County firehouse, and damage to some poultry houses on Maryland's eastern shore. For NPR news, I'm Dona Murray Owens in Baltimore.

On the eve of a European Union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. Eleanor Beardsley reports.

Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting any austerity program. The head of the French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt, but EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of a debt crisis it created itself, and now appear ready after European markets fell and the euro slipped to an eight-month low against the US dollar. There is also fear that instability could spread to other financially-troubled Euro zone countries, Spain and Portugal. One analyst said markets would react very negatively if tomorrow's EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to buttress Greece. For NPR news, I'm Eleanor Beardsley in Paris.

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the Central Bank's exit strategy from theemergency measures it put in place to combat the financial crisis. Bernanke was to give testimony today before a House panel. He released his prepared remarks, even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the Fed would likely begin tightening monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raising interest rates. But he said that may be months away.

On Wall Street, stocks are down this hour. The Dow's down 16 points at 10,043. The NASQAQ down two, at 2,149.

From Washington, this is NPR News.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world's biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The year, the Tiger, starts on Sunday. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzards have hit six provinces in North China, forcing the closure of two dozen highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today marked the peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season. An estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worst-hit provinces are also big coal/suppliers. It has also brought back memories of 2008's Chinese New Year, when severe weather crumbled infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR News, Beijing.

It's questionable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics. Vonn said today that she's worried about a badly bruised right shin. She said she injured it in a training run last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn has won the World Cup twice and is the reigning champion. She is considered to contend here for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavor says he's impressed with how spectacular and shiny the International Space Station is. The shuttle's crew arrived at the station earlier today and has been mingling with the space station crew. Endeavor's carrying the station's last two main components, a new room and an observation deck.

Again stocks are down this hour. The Dow's down now seven points at 10,050.

I'm Giles Snyder, NPR News.
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From NPR news in Washington I am Giles Snyder.
Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads in parts of the mid Atlantic region. Blowing snow is keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennsylvania governor has shut down large parts of three major high ways because of the storm,and Washington DC’s fire chief says it doesn’t seem that we are getting much of a break. The latest storm comes just a few days after one of the heaviest snow falls in DC’s history. In Baltimore ,dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety . Donna Marie Owen from member station WYPR reports.
Baltimore City mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted phase 3, the highest designation of the city emergency snow plan. This means that only police,firer and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city road way. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plan is in effect,could face arrest,Baltimore another mayor in jurisdication says he experienced unprecedented snow fall,be getting with 2 to 3 feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused downed trees, power outages and other problems including a roof collapse at a Baltimore county fire house and damage to some pottery houses on Maryland eastern shore. For NPR news I am Donna Marie Owen in Baltimore.

On the eve of European union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece,Greek prime minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficits. Reports.
Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French president Nicolas Sarkozy Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4%in 2010. That task wouldn’t be easy with Greek public sector workers in the street striking and protesting any austerity program,the head of the French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt,but EU government were initially reluctant to help Greece out of a debt crisis it created itself. And now it appeared ready after European market fell and the euro slip to a 8 months low against the US dollar. There are also fears that the instability could also spread to other financially troubled euro zone countries Spain and Portugal,one analyst said market would react very negatively if tomorrow’s EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to buttress Greece. For NPR news I am,in Paris.

Federal reserve chairman Ben Bernanke  has began to outline the central banks exit strategy from the emergency matters put in place to combate the financial crises. Ben Bernanke was to give a testimony today before a house panel. He released his prepared remarks,even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the federal would likely began tightening monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raising interest rate,but he said that maybe months away.

On Wall Street stocks are down this hour the dow is down 16 points to 10,043 and the NASQAQ down 2 at 2149.

From Washington, this is NPR news.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the  Chinese New Year. The year of tiger starts on Sunday. NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzard has hit six provinces in north China forcing the closure of 2 dozens high ways in several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters were predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today mark the peak of the annual preholiday travel season . An estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worsted province/ are also big cold suppliers, it also brought back memories of 2008’s Chinese New Year, when severe weather crippled infrastructure and stranded millions of travellers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn NPR news Beijing.

It’s questable whether American skier linsy Wong would be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics, Wong said today that she is worried about badly bruised right chine. She said she injured it in a training run last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Wang has won the world cup twice in this running Champaign. She is considered to contender for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavor says he is impressed with how spectacular  and shinning the international space station is. The shuttle’s crews will arrive at the station early today and has been mingling with the space station crew. And Endeavor is carrying the station’s last two main components, a new room and an observation deck.
Again stocks are down this hour, the Dow is down now 7 points to 10,050.

I'm Giles Snyder,NPR news.
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Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads in parts of the Mid-Atlantic region blowing snow as keeping /bistability to a minimum. That's / governor has shut down large parts of three major highways because of the storm. A Washington DC's Fire Chief says doesn't seem like getting much of break. This is latest storm come just a few days after one of the heavier snowfalls in DC's history. Involved the more dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety. Donna Marie Owens from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is instituted the Phase III of the highest destination of city's emergency Snow Plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicle, are predicted on city roadway. Residents who tried their parts while the emergency planned and effected could face arrested. Baltimore and other Maryland jurisdiction have experienced unpresented snowfall be getting it with two to three feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trace power outages and other problems, including a roof collapse at Baltimore County Fire House. And damage to / poultry houses on Maryland's / east ensure. For NPR News, I'm Donna Marie Owens in Baltimore.

On the EU of the European Union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece. Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. Eleanor Beardsley reports.

Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Papandreou said Greece would reduce  its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy would great sector workers Industry striking and protesting any electricity program, the head of the French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece are not let it go bankrupt. But EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of dead crisis and create itself. And now appeared ready after European markets fell on the Europe slipped to a eight-month low against the US dollar. There is also feared that instability could spread to other financially troubled EU's country Spain in horrible/ One analyst said markets would react very negatively if tomorrow's EU meeting does not produce country's replan to butyrate Greece. For NPR News, I'm Eleanor Beardsley in Paris.

Federal Chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the central bank's exit strategy from the emergency measures / in plan to compete the financial crisis. Bernanke was to get testimony today before a house panel, he released his prepare remarks, even though the hearing was canceled because the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the Federal would likely began tightening monetary policy by removing cash for the financial system before turns to raising interest rates, but he said that may be longs away.

On Wall Street stocks are down this hour, the Dow has down 16 points at 10,043. The NASDSQ down two at 2,149.

From Washington this is NPR News.

Surveyor winter weather is threatening one of the world's biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for Chinese New Year. The Year of the tiger starts on Sunday. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzard has hit six provinces in North China forcing closure of two dozen highways in several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today, marked to peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season. And estimating 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather is raised concerned about energy supplies as two of the worse / provinces big cold suppliers. It is also abroad back memories of 2008 Chinese New Year when surveyor weather / infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in Southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR News, Beijing.

It's crushable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete at the Vancouver Olympics. And said today that she's worried about a badly bruised right shins. She said she entered it in a training run last week during a pre-Olympics practice in Austria. On its one of the world couple twice is the raining champion, she is considered contender form multiple meddles.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavour says he is in press without spectacular in shiny the international Space Station is. The shuttles' crew are arrived the station nearly today and has been / with the space station crew. Endeavour is carrying the stations last two being components of new room and in observation deck.  

Against stocks are down this hour, the Dow was down now seven points at 10,050.

I'm Giles Snyder, NPR News.
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From NPR News in Washington, I am Giles Snyder.

Authority is urging people to stay off the roads in parts of mid-Atlantic region blowing snows, keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennsylvania government has shut down large parts of three major high ways because of the storm. And Washington DC’s fire chief says it does not seem like we are getting much of break. This latest storm comes just few days after one of heaviest snow falls in DC’s history. In Baltimore, dangerous blizzard conditions have city official’s taking urged measures to protect public safety. Donna Marie Owen from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore city mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted phase three the highest designation of the city’s emergency snow plan. That means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city road ways. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plans are in effect could face arrest. Baltimore and another jurisdiction say it experienced unprecedented snow fall, be getting with two to three feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trees, power outages and other problems, including the roof collapse at Baltimore county firehouse and damaged to some pottery houses on Maryland eastern shore. For NPR news, I am Donna Marie Owen in Baltimore.

On the eve of European Union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece, Greece’s Prime Minister George Papandreou promises his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. Anne Garrels reports.

Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task would not be easy with Greece’s public sector workers in the street striking and protesting any austerity program. The head of the French parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt. But EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of debt crisis created itself. And now, Euro is ready after European markets fall and Euro slip to eight month low against the US dollar. There is also fear that instability could also spread to the any financially troubled Euro and country, Spain and Portugal. One analyst said the market will react very negatively if tomorrow’s EU meeting is not producing a concrete plan to budgets Greece. For NPR news, I am Eleanor Beardsley in Paris.

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the central bank’s access strategy from emergency measures put in place to combat the financial crisis. Bernanke was to give testimony today before a house panel. He released his prepared remarks, even though the hearing was cancelled because of blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the fed would likely begin tightening monitoring policy by removing cash from the financial system before turns to raise interest rates but he says that may be month away.

On Wall Street, stocks are down this hour, the Dow was down 60 points at 10,043 and the NASQAQ down 2 at 2149.

From Washington, this is NPR News.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world’s biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The year of the tiger starts on Sunday. NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzards have hit six provinces in North China, forcing the closure of two dozens highways in several airports and stranding tens of thousands passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today marks the peak of annual pre-holiday travel season, and estimated the 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worst hit provinces are also big coal suppliers. It also brought back memories of 2008’s Chinese New Year when several weather crippled infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR News, Beijing.

It is questionable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics. Vonn said today that she is worried about badly bruised right shin. She said she injured in the training room last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn has won the world cup twice in this running Champaign. She is considered contender for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavor says he is impressive with spectacular and shinning the international space station in it. Shuttle’s crews will arrive at the station early today and has been mingling with the space station crew. And Endeavor is carrying the station’s last two main components in new room and an observation deck.

Again stocks are down this hour, the Dow is down now 7 points at 10,050.

I am Giles Snyder, NPR News.
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Giles Snyder.

Authorities are urging people to stay after roads in parts of mid-Atlantic region blowing snows, keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennyslvania's governor has shut down large parts of three major highways because of the storm. And Washington D.C.'s fire chief says it doesn't seem like we're getting much of a break as latest storm comes just a few days after one of the heaviest snowfalls in D.C.'s history. In Baltimore, dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety. Dona Murray Owens from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted phase three--the highest designation of the city's emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city roadway. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plan is in effect could face arrest. Baltimore and other Maryland jurisdictions have experienced unprecedented snowfall begetting with two to three feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trees, power outages and other problems including a roof collapse at a Baltimore county firehouse and damage to some poultry houses on Maryland’s eastern shore. For NPR news, I’m Dona Murray Owens in Baltimore.

On the eve of the European Union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. M B reports.

Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protecting any austerity programs. The head of the French Parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankcrupt. But EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of a debt crisis it created itself. It now appeared ready after European markets fell and the euro slipped to an eight-month low against the US dollar. There is also feared that instability could spread to other financially troubled Euro Zone countries, Spain and Portugal. One analyst said markets would react very negatively if tomorrow's EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to buttress Greece. For NPR news, I’m M B in Paris.

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the central bank's access strategy from emergency measures. It put in place to combat the financial crisis. Bernanke was to give testimony today before a House panel. He released his prepared remarks even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the Fed would likely begin tightening monetary policy by removing cash for the financial system before it turns to raising interest rates. But he said that may be months away.

On Wall Street, stocks are down this hour. The Dow is down 16 points at 10,043, the NASDAQ down 2 at 2,149.

From Washington, this is NPR News.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world's biggest annual movement of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The Year of theTiger starts on Sunday. NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzards have hit six provinces in north China, forcing the closure of two dozen highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today marked the peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season. An estimated 210 million people are exepcted to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worst-hit provinces are also big coal suppliers. It is also brought back memories of 2008 Chinese New Year when severe weather crippled the infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR News, Beijing.

Is questionable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics. Vonn said today that she's worried about the badly bruised right chine. She said she injured it in a training run last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn has won the World Cup twice in the reigning champion. She is considered to contender for mulitple medals.

The commander of space shutte Endeavor says he is impressed with how spectacular and shinny the International Space Station is. The shuttle's crew arrived at the station nearly today and has been mingling with the space station crew. Endeavor is carrying the station's last two main components of new room and an observation deck.

Again stocks are down this hour. The Dow is down now 7 points at 10,050.

I’m Giles Snyder, NPR News.
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Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads in parts of Mid Atlantic region blowing snows, keeping visibility to a minimum. Pennsylvania governor has shut down large parts of three major highways, because of the storm. And Washington DC’s Fire Chief says it doesn’t seem like we‘re getting much of a break. This latest storm comes just a few days after one of the heaviest snowfalls in DC’s history. Baltimore dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety. Dona Murray Owens from Member Station WYPR reports.

Baltimore city mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has instituted phase three, the highest designation of the city ‘s emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicle are permitted on city’s roadways. Residents who drive their cars while the emergence plan is in effect could face arrest. Baltimore and other Maryland jurisdictions have experienced unprecedented snowfall, begetting with 2-3 feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trees,power outages, and other problems,including a roof collapse and Baltimore townie firehouse, and damage to some poultry houses on Maryland’s eastern shore. For NPR news, I’m Dona Murray Owens in Baltimore.

On the eve of a European Union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece, Greek Prime Minister George A. Papandreou promised to his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. Anne Garrel reports.

Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting any other austerity program. The head of the French Parliament said that European countries needed to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt. But EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of a debt crisis it created itself. And now appear ready after European markets fell and the euro slipped to an eight month low against the US dollar. There is also fear that instability could spread to other financially troubled Euro countries, Spain and Portugal. One analyst said the markets would react very negatively if tomorrow’s EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to buttress Greece. For NPR news, I’m MB in Pairs.

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has begun to outline the central bank’s exit strategy from the emergency measures it put in place to combat the financial crisis. Bernanke was to give a testimony today before a house panel. He released his prepared remarks,even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the federal would likely began tightening monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raising interest rates. But he said that may be months away.

On the Wall Street, stocks are down this hour, the Dow is down 16 points to 10043, the NASDAQ down 2 at 2149. From Washington, this is NPR news.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world’s biggest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The year, the tiger, starts on Sunday. NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing

Blizzards have hit six provinces in North China forcing the closure of 2 dozen highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather Forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today, marked the peak of the annual pre holiday travel season and estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worst hit provinces are also big coal suppliers. It has also brought back memories of 2008’s Chinese New Year when severe weather crumbled infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn NPR news Beijing.

It’s questionable whether Ameican Skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics. Vonn said today she’s worried about a badly bruised right chine. She said she injured it in a training run last week during a pre Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn is one of the  world come twice in the reigning champion. She is considered to a contender for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle. Endeavor says he is in press with how spectacular and shiny the International Space Station is. The shuttle’s crew arrived at the station early today and has been mingling with the Space Station crew Endeavor is carrying the station’s last two main components of new room and an observation deck.

Against the stock are down this hour. The Dow’s down now 7 points at 10050. I’m Giles Snyder NPR news.
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Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads and parts the Mid-Atlantic region blowing snows keeping disability to a minimum. Pennsylvania’s governor has shut down large parts of three major highways because of the snow, and Washington DC’s fire chief, says it doesn’t seemed like was getting much of break. The latest storm come just few days after one of the heaviest snow falls in DC’s history. And Baltimore, dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taken urgent measures to protect public safety. D.M.O from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore City Mayor Stefani.R.S instituted “Face three”, the highest designation of city’s emergency snow plan. This means that only police fire and other authorize vehicles are permitted on city road way. Resident who drive their cars while in emergency plan is in effect, could face arrest. Baltimore and other Maryland jurisdictions have experience unprecedented snow fall, beginning with two to three feet last weekend. The blizzard has caused down to trees, power outages and other problems including the roof collapse set Baltimore County firehouse and damage to some poultry houses on Maryland’s eastern shore. For NPR News, I’m D.M.O in Baltimore.

On the eve of the European Union Crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou promised to his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. M.B reports.

Speaking in Paris after a lunch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Papandreou said Greece would reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task would not be easy with Greek public said to workers in the streets, striking and protesting any austerity program. The head of the French parliament said that European countries need to show austerity with Greece and not let it go bankrupted. But EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of debt crisis and created itself. And now it now appears ready after European markets fell on the euro slipped to an eight-month low against the US dollar. There is also fear that instability could spread to other financially troubled euros on countries Spain and Portugal. One analyst said markets would react very negatively if tomorrow’s Year Meeting does not produce a concrete plan to buttress Greece. For NPR News, I’m M.B in Paris.  

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has began to outline the Central Bank’s exit strategy from the emergency measures put in place to compare the financial crisis. Bernanke was to give testimony today before a House panel he released as prepare remarks, even though the hearing was canceled because of the blizzard in Washington. Bernanke said the federal would likely began tighten monetary policy by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raising interests rates. But he said that may be moths away.

On Wall Streets, stocks are down this hour. The Dow’s down 16 points at 10,053. The NASDAQ down 2 at 2149. From Washington, this is NPR News.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of world’s biggest annual movements of humanity, millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The year the Tiger starts on Sunday. NPR’S Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzards have hit 6 provinces in North China, forcing the closure of 2 dozens highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passengers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures through tomorrow. Today marked the peak of the annual preholiday travel season. An estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as to the West provinces are big calls suppliers. It has also brought back memories of 2008 Chinese New Year when severe weather crippled infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in Southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR News, Beijing.

It’s questionable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics. Answered today, that she is worried about a badly bruised right chine , she says she injured it in a training room last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn is one of the World Cup twice / champion. She is considered a contender for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle Endeavor says he is impressed with how spectacular and shiny the international space station is. The shuttle’s crew arrived at the station earlier today and has been mingling with space station crew. Endeavor is carrying the station’s last two main components and a new room and an observation deck.

Again stocks are down, this hour the Dow’s down now 7 point at 10,050.

I’m Giles Snyder. NPR News.

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Authorities are urging people to stay off the roads in parts of mid-Atlantic region blowing snow is keeping the stability to a minimum. Pennsylvanian governor has shut down large parts of three major high ways because of the storm. And Washington DC's fire chief says it doesn't seem like we are getting much of a break. This latest storm just comes just few days after one of the heaviest snowfalls in DC's history. In Baltimore, dangerous blizzard conditions have city officials taking urgent measures to protect public safety. Dona Murray Owens from member station WYPR reports.

Baltimore city mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has intituted phase three, the higest designation of the city's emergency snow plan. This means that only police, fire and other authorized vehicles are permitted on city rodaways. Residents who drive their cars while the emergency plan is in effect could face a /. Baltimore and Maryland jurisdictions have experienced an unpresedent snowfall begining with 2-3 feet last weekend. The billzard has caused down trees, power outages and other problems including a route collapse at a Baltimore county firehouse and damage to some poultry houses on Maryland's east shore. NPR news, I'm Murry Owens, in Baltimore.

On the eve of an European Union crisis meeting over the debt problem in Greece, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou promised his government will take all necessary measures to reduce the public deficit. Anne Garrels reports.

Speaking in Paris after a launch with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Papandreou said Greece will reduce its deficit by the necessary 4% in 2010. That task will not be easy with the Greek public sector workers in the streets striking and protesting any austerity program. The head of the French Parliament said that European countries need to show solidarity with Greece and not let it go bankrupt. But EU governments were initially reluctant to help Greece out of the debt crisis that it created itself. They appeared now ready after European markets fell and the Euro slipped to an eight month low against US dollar. It also feared that the instability could spread to other financially troubled Euro zone countries, Spain and Portugal. One analyst said markets would react very negatively if tommorrow's EU meeting does not produce a concrete plan to butress Geece. For NPR news, I'm Anne Garrels, in Paris.

Federal Reserve Chaiman Ban Bernanke has begun to outline the Central Bank's exit strategy for the emergency measures thatput in place to combat the financial crisis. Bernanke was tol give the testimony today. Before a house pannel he released his prepared remarks. Even though the hearing was cancelled because of the blizzard in Washington, Bernanke said the fed would likely begin tightening monetary police by removing cash from the financial system before it turns to raise interet rates. But he said that may be months away.

On Wall Streets, the stocks are down this hour. The Dow's down 16 points at 1043. The NASDAQ down 2 at 2149.

From Washington, This is NPR news.

Severe winter weather is threatening one of the world's bigeest annual movements of humanity. Millions of Chinese are heading home for the Chinese New Year. The year of Tiger starts on Sunday. NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

Blizzards have hit 6 provinces in North China, forcing the closure of two dozen highways and several airports and stranding tens of thousands of passangers. Weather forecasters are predicting more heavy snows and falling temperatures througn tommorrow. Today marked the peak of the annual pre-holiday travel season. An estimated 210 million people are expected to travel by train during the holiday. The weather has raised concerns about energy supplies as two of the worst hit provinces are also big coal suppliers. It also brought back memories of the 2008 Chinese New Year when severe weather crippled infrastructure and stranded millions of travelers in southern China. Anthony Kuhn, NPR news, Beijing.

It's questionable whether American skier Lindsey Vonn will be able to compete in the Vancouver Olympics. Vonn said today that he is worried about a badly bruised right /. She says she injured in a training run last week during a pre-Olympic practice in Austria. Vonn is one of the world come twice in the / champion, she is considered to contender for multiple medals.

The commander of space shuttle '' Endeavor'' says he is impressed with how spectacular and shining the international space station is . The shuttle's crew arrived at the station earlier today and has been mingling with the space station crew. Endeavor is carrying the station's last two main components of a new room and an observation deck.

Again the stocks are down this hour. The Dow's down now seven points at 10,050.

I'm Giles Snyder, NPR news.
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