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From NPR news in Washington, I'm Korva Colemen.

The President and CEO of automaker Toyota has apologized for safty problems on his company's vehicles.

I'm deeply sorry for any accident that Toyota drivers have experienced.

Akio Toyota says the company's priorities became confused that safty was not Toyota's leading goal.

For the past few years, being expanding its business rapidly, quite frontly, I fear the pace of which we have gone may have been too quick.

Toyota is recalling well ove 8 million vehicles for brake and sudden acceleration problems as well as troubles with gas pedals.

Federal prosecutors have charged the former New Orlean's police Lieutenan with covering a possible police misconduct. The case involves the shootings of civilians on the bridge in the chaotic days after hurricane Katrina. NPR's John Burnett reports.

Federal charges unveiled on Wedensday accuse former Lieutenan Michael Lohman of abstrupting justice when he and other unnamed individuals filed fault statements on a police report. The incident involved a shooting on the dacing bridge in east New Orleans on September 4th 2005. Two people were killed including a 40-year-old mentally disabled man shot in the back and four other were injured. The police and the civilians each claimed the others open fire and provoke. The federal charges state that Lohman went to the scene of the shooting after the gunfire saw the civilians have no weapons and then provided faulse and misleading information to ensure the police shootings would be justified and his officers would not be prosecuted. Seven police officers have been charged with murder and attempted murder in the shootings. John Burnett, NPR news.

For the first time, a top Russian official suggesting that Russia may delay selling a weapon system to Iran for fear of destablizing the Middle East. We have more from NPR's David Green in Moscow.

Russia signed a contract more than two tears ago to supply Iran with so-called S-300 defense missiles. The US and Isreal have been angry about the sale as the missles in theory could help Iran ward off preemptive attack on its nuclear sites. Russia has insisted it will honor the contract and deliver the weapons and there was just a delay due to the last minute technical problems. But now Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is sending a different message. He was asked specifically about the weapons sale at the press conference and Lavrov responded saying Russia will not take any action leading to the destablization of a region. Meanwhile, the US has also been hoping to get Russian support for tougher sanctions against Iran. For now, the Foreign Ministry says Russia wno't support any move that will isolate Iran politically or economically. David Green, NPR news, Moscow.

A Colorado man suspected of shooting two middle school students yesterday will have to pay 100 million dollars in bail if he wants to leave jail. Bruco Strong Eagle Eastwood would accuse shooting the children in the school parking lot.

On Wall Street, the Dow's up 67 points. You are listening to NPR news.

Nigeria's vice president is continuing to run the affairs of the state despite the overnight return of the ailing president after a long absence. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

A statement from the presidency gave the first official comfirmation that Nigeria's President Umaru Yar'Adua was back. The announcement said his health was greatly improved but he would continue to recuperate after three months in hospital in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, the Vice President Goodluck Johnathan is to press on as acting president. The decision has averted the kind of feverish political tension and speculation during the prolonged absence of the president which plunged Nigeria into a constitutional crisis. However, questions remain about the long-term of health of Yar'Adua and whether he will have the strength to resume the honorous duties of president. The issues have divided Nigeria's political elite and the people of Africa's most populous nation. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Accra.


Vice President Dick Cheney is back home a few days after suffering a heart attack. He was hospitalized Monday after complaining a chest pain. Doctors later determined the heart attack was mild. Cheney has experienced heart trouble much of his life including several prior heart attacks and procedures to help keep him healthy.

The chairman of the Federal Reserve says it would be a while before interest rates go up again. Fed chairman Ben Bernanke is telling a House Panel to lower rates necessary to help the US ecnomy recover from the devastating recession. In testimony today, Bernanke said the number of people who don't have jobs or are losing their homes will take some time to return to normal. The Fed says certain interest rates and these affect other rates such for mortgages and for car loans.

I'm Korva Colemen, NPR news in Washington.
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From NPR News in Washington, I’m Korva Coleman.

The president and CEO of automaker Toyota has apologized for safety problems on his company's vehicles. "I'm deeply sorry for any accident that Toyota drivers have experienced." Akio Toyota says the company's priorities became confused and that safety was not Toyota's leading goal. "For the past few years, been expanding its business rapidly, quite frankly, I fear the pace of which we have grown may have been too quick." Toyota is recalling well over eight million vehicles for break and sudden acceleration problems as well as troubles with gas paddles.

Federal prosecutors have charged the former New Orleans police lieutenant with covering a possible police misconduct. The case involves the shootings of civilians on a bridge in the chaotic days after Hurricane Katrina. NPR’s John Burnett reports.

Federal charges unsealed on Wednesday, accused former lieutenant Michael Lohman of obstructing justice when he and other unnamed individuals filed false statements on a police report. The incident involved the shooting on the Danziger Bridge in East New Orleans on September 4th, 2005. Two people were killed, including a 40-year-old mentally disabled man shot on the back and four others were injured. The police and the civilians each claimed the others opened fire unprovoked. The federal charges state that the Lohman went to the scene of the shooting after the gunfire, saw the civilians had no weapons and then provided false and misleading information to ensure the police shootings to be justified and the officers would not be prosecuted. Seven police officers have been charged with murder and attempted murder in the shootings. John Burnett, NPR News.

For the first time, a top Russian official is suggesting that Russia may delay selling a weapon system to Iran for fear of destabilizing the Middle East. We have more from NPR’s David Greene in Moscow.

Russia signed a contract more than two years ago to supply Iran with so-call S300 defense missles. The US and Israel have been angry about the sale as the missles in theory could help Iran ward off on a preemptive attack on its nuclear sites. Russia has insisted it will honor the contract and deliver the weapons and that there was just a delay due to last-minute technical problems. But now Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is sending a different message. He was asked specifically about the weapons sale at the press conference and Lavrov responded, saying Russia won't take any action leading to the destabilization of a region. Meanwhile, the US has also been hoping to get Russian support for tough new sanctions against Iran. For now, the Foreign Ministry says Russia won't support any move that will isolate Iran politically or economically. David Greene, NPR News, Moscow.

A Colorado man suspected of shooting two middle school students yesterday will have to pay one million dollars in bail if he wants to leave jail. Bruco Strong Eagle Eastwood is accused of shooting the children in a school parking lot.

On Wall Street, the Dow was up 67 points.

You are listening to NPR News.

Nigeria's vice president is continuing to run the affairs of state, despite the overnight return of the ailing president after a long absence. NPR’s Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

A statement from the presidency gave the first official confirmation that Nigeria's President Umaru Yar'Adua was back. The announcement said his health was greatly improved, but he will continue to recuperate after three months in hospital in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, the Vice President Goodluck Jonathan is to press on as acting president. The decision has averted the kind of feverish political tension and speculation during the prolonged absence of the president which plunged Negeria into a constitutional crisis. However, questions remain about the long-term health of Yar'Adua and whether he will have the strength to resume the onerous duties of president. The issue has divided Nigeria's political elite and the people of Africa's most populous nations. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Accra.

Vice President Dick Cheney is back home a few days after suffering a heart attack. He was hospitalized Monday after complaining a chest pain. Doctors later determined the heart attack was mild. Cheney has experienced heart trouble for much of his life, including several prior heart attacks and procedures to help keeping healthy.

The chairman of the Federal Reserve says it will be a while before interest rates go up again. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is telling a House panel low rates are necessary to help the US economy recover from the devastating recession. In testimony today, Bernanke said the number of people who don't have jobs or are losing their homes will take some time to return to normal. The Fed sets certain interest rates and these affect other rates such as for mortgages and for car loans.

I’m Korva Coleman. NPR News in Washington.
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The president and CEO of auto maker Toyota has apologized for safety problems on his company’s vehicles. “ I’m deeply sorry for any accident that Toyota drivers have experienced. Akio Toyota says the company’s priorities became confused that safety was not Toyota’s leading goal. “For the past few years, been expanding its business rapidly, quite frankly, I fear the pace at which we have grown may have been too quick.” Toyota is recalling well over eight million vehicles for brake and sudden acceleration problems as well as troubles with gas pedals.

Federal Prosecutors have charged the former New Orleans police lieutenant with covering a possible police misconduct. The case involves the shootings of civilians on a bridge in the chaotic days after Hurricanr Katrina NPR’s John Burnett reports.

Federal charges unsealed on Wednesday accuse former lieutenant Michael Lohman of obstructing justice when he and other unnamed individuals filed false statements on a police report. The incident involved a shooting on the Danziger Bridge in east New Orleans on September 4th 2005. Two people were killed, including a 40 year old mentally disabled man shot in the back and four others were injured. The police and the civilians each claim the others opened fire unprovoked. The Federal Charges State that lohman went to the scene of the shooting after the gunfire, saw the civilians had no weapons and then provided false and misleading information to insure the police shootings would be justified. And the officers would not be prosecuted. Seven police officers have been charged with murder and attempted murder in the shootings. John Burnett, NPR News.

For the first time, a top Russian official is suggesting that Russia may delay selling a weapon system to Iran for fear of destabilizing the Middle East. We have more from NPR’s David Greene in Moscow.

Russia signed a contract more than two years ago to supply Iran with so called S300 defense missiles. The US and Israel have been angry about the sale as the missiles in theory could help Iran ward off a preemptive attack on its nuclear sites. Russia has insisted it will honor the contract and deliver the weapons and there was just delay due to last minute technical problems. But now Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is sending a different message. He was asked specifically about the weapons sale at a press conference and Lavrov responded saying Russia won’t take any action leading to the destabilization of region. Meanwhile, the US has also been hoping to get Russian support for tougher new sanctions against Iran. For now, the Foreign Ministry says Russia won’t support any move that would isolate Iran politically or economically. David Greene, NPR news Moscow.

A Colorado man suspected of shooting two middle school’s students yesterday will have to pay one million dollars in bail if he wants to leave jail. Bruco Strong Eagle Eastwood was accused of shooting the children in a school parking lawn.

On Wall Street, the Dow was up 67 points. You are listening to NPR news.

Nigeria’s vice-president is continuing to run the affairs of state despite the overnight return of the ailing present after a long absence, NPR’s OQA reports.

A statement from the president, he gave the first official conformation that Nigeria’s president Umaru Yar’Adua was back. The announcement said his health was greatly improved, but he will continue to recuperate after three months in hospital in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, the vice-president Goodluck Jonathan is to press on as an acting president. The decision has averted the kind of feverish political tension and speculation during the prolonged absence of the president which plunged Nigeria into a constitutional crisis. However, questions remain about the long term health of Yar’Adua and whether he will have the strength to resume the onerous duties of president. The issue has divided Nigeria’s political elite and the people of Africa’s most populous  nation. ** NPR news Accra.

Vice-president Dick Cheney is back home a few days after suffering a heart attack, he was hospitalized Monday after complaining a chest pain. Doctors later determined the heart attack was mild. Cheney has experienced heart trouble for much of his life including several prior heart attacks and procedures to help keeping health.

The chairman of Federal Reserve says it will be a while before interest rates go up again. Fed chairman Ben Benanke is telling a house panel low rates are necessary to help the US economy recover from the devastating recession. In testimony today Bernanke said the number of people who don’t have jobs or are losing their home will take some time to return to normal. The fed sets certain interest rates need affect other rates such as for mortgages and for car loans.

I’m Korva Coleman NPR news in Washington.
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From NPR News in Washington, I’m Korva Coleman.
President and CEO of automaker Toyota has apologized for the safety problems on his company’s vehicles.
I am deeply sorry for any accident that Toyota drivers have experienced.
Akio Toyota Says the company’s priority became confused and safety is not their leading goal.
“For the past few years, being expanding its business rapidly, quite frankly, I fear, the pace at which we have grown may have been too quick.”
Toyota is recalled over 8 million vehicles for brakes with sudden acceleration problems as well as gas pedals.

Federal prosecutors have charge the former New Orleans police ieutenant covering possible police misconduct. The case involves a shooting of the civilians on the street on a chaotic day after he came to Katrina. NPR’s John Burnett reports.
Federal charges unveiled on Wednesday accused former lieutenant Michael Lohman of obstructing justice when he and other unnamed individuals filed false statements on a police report. The incident involved a shooting on dancing on a bridge in East New Orleans on Sep.4th 2005. Two people were killed including a 40-year-old Middle East disabled man shot in the back and four others injured. The police and the civilians each claimed others open fire on provoke.
The federal charges state Lohman went to scene of the shooting after the gunfire and saw the civilians have no weapons and then provided false and misleading information to insure the police shooting would be justified and the officer should not be prosecuted. Seven police officers have been charged with murder and a tempted murder in the shootings.John Burnett, NPR News.

For the first time, a top Russia official is suggesting that Russia may delay selling a weapon system to Iran for fear destabilizing the Middle East.
We have more from NPR’s David Green in Moscow.
Russia signed a contract more than 2 years ago to supply Iran with so called S300 defense missiles. The US-Israel has been anger about the sell as missile in theory could help Iran worn off its pre-emptive attack on its nuclear sites. Russia has insisted it will honor the contract and deliver the weapons and there was just delay due to the last minute of the technical problems. But now Russia Foreign Minister xx is sending a different message. He was asked specifically about the weapon sell at the press conference and xx responded saying Russia won’t take any action leading to the destabilization of a region.  Meanwhile the US has also been hoping to gain Russia’s support for tough new sanctions against Iran. For now the Foreign Minister says Russia won’t support any move that would isolate Russia politically or economically. David Green, NPR News, Moscow.

A Colorado man suspected of shooting two middle school students yesterday will have to pay one million dollars in bells if he wants to leave jail. XXX is accused of shooting the children in the school parking land.

On Wall Street, the Dow was up 67 points.

You’re listening to the NPR News.

Nigeria’s Vice president is continuing to run the affairs of the state despite the overnight return of ill president after a long absence.
NPR’s Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.
A statement from the president who gave the first official ? that the Nigeria president Umaru Yar'Adua  was back. The announcement said his health was greatly improved but he would continue to ?  after three moth in hospital In ?
Meanwhile the vice president Goodluck Jonathan is to press on as acting president. The decision has avert a kind of feverish political attention and speculation during a long absence of the president, which plunge Nigeria into a constitutional crisis. However, questions remained about a long-term health of Umaru Yar'Adua and whether he has the strength to resume the numorous duties of the president. The issue has divided Nigeria’s political lead and people of Accra’s populous nation. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Accra

Vice president Dick Cheney has back home a few days after suffering a heart attack. He was hospitalized Monday after complaining a ?. Doctor has later determined that the heart attack was mild. Cheney has experienced hear trouble for much of his life including several prior heart attacks and procedures to keep healthy.

The Chairman of the Federal Reserve says it would be a while before interest rates go up again. Chairmen Ben Bernanke is telling a house penal law rents of necessary to help the US economy to recover from the devastating recession. In testimony, Ben Bernanke said the number of people who don’t have jobs or losing their homes will take some time to return to normal. The Fed says some interest rates infects other rates such as mortgages or car loans.

I’m Korva Coleman. NPR News in Washington.
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From NPR News in Washington, I am Korva Coleman.

The president and CEO of automaker Toyota have apologized for safety problems on his company’s vehicles.

I am deeply sorry for any accident that Toyota’s drivers have experienced.

Akio Toyoda says the company’s priorities became confused and that safety was not Toyota’s leading goal.

For the past few years, being expanding its business rapidly. Quite frankly, I fear the pace at which we have gone may have been too quick.

Toyota is recalling well over 8 million vehicles for brake and sudden acceleration problems as well as troubles with gas pedals.

Federal prosecutor has charged the former New Orleans police lieutenant with covering up possible police misconduct. The case involves the shooting of civilians on the bridge in the chaotic days after Hurricane Katrina. NPR’s John Burnett reports.

Federal charges unsealed on Wednesday accused former lieutenant Michael Lohman of obstructing justice when he and other unnamed individuals filed false statements on the police report. The incident involved shooting on the Danziger Bridge in East New Orleans on September 4th, 2005. Two people were killed including a 40-year-old mentally disabled man shoot them in the back and four other were injured. The police and civilians each claimed the others opened fire and provoked. The federal charges state that Lohman went to the scene of the shooting after the gunfire, saw the civilians had no weapons and then provided false and misleading information to insure the police shootings would be justified and the officers would not be prosecuted. Seven police officers have been charged with murder and attempted murder in the shootings. John Burnett, NPR News.

It is the first time that a top Russian office suggesting that Russia may delay selling a weapon system to Iran for fear of destabilizing the Middle East. We have more from NPR’s David Greene in Moscow.

Russia signed a contract more than two years ago to supply Iran with so-called S-300 defense missiles. The US and Israel have been anger about the sales as the missiles in theory could help Iran ward off a preemptive attack on its nuclear sites. Russia has insisted it will honor the contract and deliver the weapons and there was just a delay due to last-minute technical problems. But now Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is sending a different message. He was asked specifically about the weapon’s sell at press conference and Lavrov responded saying Russia would not take any action leading to the destabilization of region. Meanwhile the US has also been hoping to get Russia’s support for tough new sanction against Iran. For now, the Foreign Ministry says Russia would support any move that would isolate the Iran politically or economically. David Greene, NPR News, Moscow.

A Colorado man suspected shooting two middle school students yesterday will have to pay one million dollars in bail if he wants to leave jail. Bruco Strong Eagle Eastwood was accused to shooting the children in the school parking lawn.

On Wall Street, the Dow was up 67 points.

You are listening to NPR News.

Nigeria’s vice president is continuing to run the affairs of state despite the overnight return of the ailing president after a long absence. NPR’s Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.

A statement from president, he gives the first official confirmation that Nigeria’s President Umaru Yar’Adua was back. The announcement said his health was greatly improved but he will continue to recuperate after three moths in hospital in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, the Vice President Goodluck Jonathan is to press on as acting president. The decision has adverted the kind of feverish political tension and speculation during the prolonged absence of the president which plunged Nigeria into a constitutional crisis. However questions remain about for long term health of Yar’Adua and whether he will have the strength to resume the owner’s duties of president. The issue has divided the Nigeria’s political elites and the people of Africa’s most populous nation. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Accra.

Vice President Dick Cheney is back home a few days after suffering a heart attack. He was hospitalized Monday after complaining a chest pain. Doctors later determined the heart attack was mild. Cheney has experienced heart trouble for much of his lives including several prior heart attacks and procedures to help keeping healthy.

The chairman of Federal Reserve says it will be a while before the interest rates go up again. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is telling a House panel low rates are necessary to help the US economy recover from the devastating recession. In testimony today, Bernanke said the number of people who do not have jobs or are losing their homes will take sometimes to return to normal. The Fed sets certain interest rates and these affected other rates such as for mortgages and for car loans.

I am Korva Coleman, NPR News in Washington.
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From NPR News in Washington, I’m Korva Coleman.

The president and CEO of automaker Toyota has apologized for safety problems on his company’s vehicles.“I’m deeply sorry for any accident that Toyota drivers have experienced.”Akio Toyoda says the company’s priorities became confused and that safety was not Toyota’s leading goal.“For the past few years, been expanding its business rapidly. Quite frankly, I fear the pace at which we have grown may have been too quick.”Toyota is recalling well over eight million vehicles for brake and sudden acceleration problems as well as for troubles with gas pedals.

Federal prosecutors have charged a former New Orleans police lieutenant with covering up possible police misconduct. The case involves the shootings of civilians on a bridge in the chaotic days after Hurricane Katrina. NPR’s John Burnett reports.Federal charges unsealed on Wednesday accuse former lieutenant Michael Lohman of obstructing justice when he and other unnamed individuals filed false statements on a police report. The incident involved a shooting on the Danziger Bridge in East New Orleans on Sept.4th, 2005. Two people were killed including a 40-year-old mentally disabled man shot in the back and four others were injured. The police and the civilians each claim the others opened fire unprovoked. The federal charges state that Lohman went to the scene of the shooting after the gunfire, saw the civilians had no weapons and then provided false and misleading information to ensure the police shootings would be justified and the officers would not be prosecuted. Seven police officers have been charged with murder and attempted murder in the shootings. John Burnett, NPR News.

For the first time, a top Russian official is suggesting that Russia may delay selling a weapon system to Iran for fear of destabilizing the Middle East. We have more from NPR’s David Greene in Moscow.Russia signed a contract more than two years ago to supply Iran with so-called S-300 defense missiles. The US and Israel have been angry about the sale as the missiles in theory could help Iran ward off a preemptive attack on its nuclear sites. Russia has insisted it will honor the contract and deliver the weapons and that there was just a delay due to last-minute technical problems. But now Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is sending a different message. He was asked specifically about the weapon sale at a press conference and Lavrov responded saying Russia won’t take any action leading to the destabilization of a region. Meanwhile, the US has also been hoping to get Russian support for tough new sanctions against Iran. For now, the Foreign Ministry says Russia won’t support any move that would isolate Iran politically or economically. David Greene, NPR News, Moscow.

A Colorado man suspected of shooting two middle/school students yesterday will have to pay one million dollars in bail if he wants to leave jail. Bruco Strong Eagle Eastwood was accused of shooting the children in a school parking lot.On Wall Street, the Dow was up 67 points.You are listening to NPR News.

Nigeria’s vice president is continuing to run the affairs of state, despite the overnight return of the ailing president after a long absence. NPR’s Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports.As statement from the president, he gave the first official confirmation that Nigeria’s President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua was back. The announcement said his health was greatly improved but he would continue to recuperate after three months in hospital in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, the Vice President Goodluck Jonathan is to press on as acting president. The decision has averted the kind of feverish political tension and speculation during the prolonged absence of the president which plunged Nigeria into a constitutional crisis. However, questions remain above / long-term health of Yar'Adua and whether he will have the strength to resume the onerous duties of  president. The issue has divided Nigeria’s political elite and the people of Africa’s most populous nation. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Accra.

Vice President Dick Cheney is back home a few days after suffering a heart attack. He was hospitalized Monday after complaining of chest pain. Doctors later determined the heart attack was mild. Cheney has experienced heart trouble for much of his life including several prior heart attacks and procedures to help keep him healthy.

The chairman of Federal Reserve says it will be a while before interest rates go up again. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is telling a House panel low rates are necessary to help the US economy recover from the devastating recession. In testimony today, Bernanke said the number of people who don’t have jobs or are losing their homes will take some time to return to normal. The Fed sets certain interest rates and these affect other rates, such as for mortgages and for car loans.I’m Korva Coleman. NPR News in Washington.
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However, questions remain about the long-termhealth of Yar'Adua and whether he will have the strength to resume theonerous duties of  president. The issue has divided Nigeria’s politicalelite and the people of Africa’s most populous nation. OfeibeaQuist-Arcton, NPR News, Accra.
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