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Live from NPR NEWS in Washington. I'm ***. President Trump was abruptly escorted out of the White House briefing room tonight after shots were fired outside the building. He returned several minutes later and told reporters that the suspect had been shot by law enforcement. "There was a shooting outside the White House and seems to be very well under control and I like to thank secretaries for doing their always quick and very effective work." The White House was briefly put on lockdown during the incident. Early today, the president announced that he would deliver his acceptance speech for the Republican nomination at the White House or the Getty'Bird battlefield in Pennsylvania. The president plans to address the convention from Florida and the North Carolina were upended in its spike in coronavirus cases. Georgia is scheduled to hold primary run-off elections tomorrow. *** from Number Station WABE reports on a hotly contested race in the state's 14th congressional district. While margins between Republicans and Democratics in Georgia have narrowed recently, the 14th congressional district is home to decidedly conservative voters. Both GOP hopefuls and run-offs back the president, the second Amendment and opposed abortion. But *** has stood out for controversial statements supporting the debunked _________ conspiracy theory and for saying "two new Muslim members of congress amounted to _____ Islamic invasion of the government". Several Republicans distance themselves from her after the statements and many of the state-elected officials are supporting her run-off opponent. ***.For   NPR NEWS, I'm ***, in Atlanta. The prime minister of Lebanon has announced his resignation. Hassan Diab is stepping down less than a week after a massive explosion killed more than 150 people in Beirut. *** reports. Prime Minister Hassan Diab announced his resignation Monday evening in a televised speech, citing "chronic corruption at the root of the explosion in the Beirut port". President *** has asked Diab's government to stay in a caretaker capacity until a new cabinet is formed. The collapse of Diab's short-lived government which lasted less than a year came following massive outrage at the explosion. But this resignation is unlikely to appease Lebanese public which blames the explosion on entrenched political corruption and negligence. Following the resignation, protestors demonstrated for a third straight day, clashing with security forces. For NPR NEWS, I'm *** in Beirut. China says it will sanction 11 Americans in retaliation for a  US sanction imposed last week over Hong Kong. They include senators, *** and ***. Last week, the US sanctioned Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam and ten other Chinese officials. At the close on Wall Street,   the Dow was up 357 points, You are listening to NPR NEWS in Washington. The number of people flying on commercial airlines in the US is taking up again but it's still far below last year's levels, as NPR's David Shepard reports some airlines are planning for very weak demand this fall. More than 830,000 people went through TSA screening at security checkpoint at the nation's airports Sunday. That's the most since way back on March 17th. But it's still 17% fewer people than the 2,500,000 counted on the same Sunday last August. Newly released government figures show that the nation's airlines flew 16.3 million passengers in the entire month of June. That's down 80% from last year. But it's almost double the number of people who flew in May. Airlines of business picked up earlier this summer after pandemic-induced __________ grows in April. But now they are cutting flights in September as demand remains weak. David Shepard, NPR NEWS. Authorities in Baltimore are investigating an natural gas explosion that leveled several road houses. Officials say the  blast left one person dead several others hospitalized with serious injuries. The exact cause of the explosion is still unknown. City officials say they plan to inspect the gas remains in service piping leading to properties and the gas meters in the coming days. They say customer-owned appliances will also be investigated. Stars closed the mix on Wall Street today. The Dow was up 357 points, closing at27,791. The Nasdaq down 42 points. The SNP 500 at 9. This is NPR NEWS.
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1.    President Trump was abruptly escorted out of the White House briefing room tonight after shots were fired outside the building. He returned several minutes later and told reporters that a suspect had been shot by law enforcement.
"There was a shooting outside the White House and it seems to be very well under control and I'd like to thank the secretaries/secret service特工们 for doing their always quick and very effective work."
The White House was briefly put on lockdown during the incident.


2.    Early today, the President announced that he would deliver his acceptance speech for the Republican nomination at the White House or the Getty'Bird/Gettysburg葛底斯堡 battlefield in Pennsylvania. The President plans to address the convention from Florida and the North Carolina were upended in its spike in coronavirus cases.


3.    Georgia is scheduled to hold primary run-off elections tomorrow. *** from Number/Member Station WABE reports on a hotly contested race in the state's 14th congressional district.
While margins between Republicans and Democrats in Georgia have narrowed recently, the 14th congressional district is home to decidedly conservative voters. Both GOP hopefuls in run-off back the President, the Second Amendment and opposed abortion. But Marjorie Taylor Greene has stood out for controversial statements supporting the debunked ____/QAnon conspiracy theory and for saying "two new Muslim members of Congress amounted to /a,  quote, "Islamic invasion of the government". Several Republicans distance themselves from her after the statements and many of the state-elected officials are supporting her run-off opponent John K.
For NPR News, I'm ***, in Atlanta.
(注:特朗普的另类支持者——阴谋论信徒QAnon:
他们认为QAnon的精神领袖是一个叫Q的神秘人,从2017年开始在美国互联网上散播政治主题的阴谋论,短短几年里积累了一大批追随者。这个团体自称QAnon。QAnon活跃在各大论坛、社交媒体和视频平台,他们大力散播阴谋论,凶狠地攻击提出质疑的人,还煽动极端暴力行为。这些美国阴谋论信徒甚至举着牌子或穿有Q字的衣服在美国的竞选集会上公开亮相,宣扬观点。 他们认为美国政治已经被一小撮政商界人群暗中操控了,他们的代号是Deep State(深层国家)。这些人(其中包括比尔盖茨)妄图代表精英阶层干涉政治,背地里却进行着一些肮脏的交易,比如恋童癖等等。他们认为特朗普正在不知疲倦地和这群坏人战斗。在他的努力下,一场“风暴”即将来临,到时候全世界都将迎来一次“伟大的觉醒”,美国国内的阴谋集团终将覆灭。他们认为这个叫Q的精神领袖可能是一个掌握内情的特工或者就是特朗普。)


4.    The Prime Minister of Lebanon has announced his resignation. Hassan Diab is stepping down less than a week after a massive explosion killed more than 150 people in Beirut. *** reports.
Prime Minister Hassan Diab announced his resignation Monday evening in a televised speech, citing "chronic corruption at the root of the explosion in the Beirut's port". President *** has asked Diab's government to stay in a caretaker capacity until a new cabinet is formed. The collapse of Diab's short-lived government which lasted less than a year came following mass outrage at the explosion. But this resignation is unlikely to appease Lebanese public which blames the explosion on entrenched political corruption and negligence. Following the resignation, protestors demonstrated for a third straight day, clashing with security forces. For NPR NEWS, I'm *** in Beirut.


5.    China says it will sanction 11 Americans in retaliation for a US sanction imposed last week over Hong Kong. They include Senators, *** and ***. Last week, the US sanctioned Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam and ten other Chinese officials.


6.    At the close on Wall Street, the Dow was up 357 points, You are listening to NPR NEWS in Washington.


7.    The number of people flying on commercial airlines in the US is taking up again but it's still far below last year's levels, as NPR's David Shepard reports some airlines are planning for very weak demand this fall.
More than 830,000 people went through TSA screening at security checkpoint in the nation's airports Sunday. That's the most since way back on March 17th. But it's still 17% fewer people than the 2,500,000 counted on the same Sunday last August. Newly released government figures show that the nation's airlines flew 16.3 million passengers in the entire month of June. That's down 80% from last year. But it's almost double the number of people who flew in May. Airlines of business picked up earlier this summer after pandemic-induced _________ /historic lows grows/ in April. But now they are cutting flights in September as demand remains weak. David Shepard, NPR NEWS.


8.    Authorities in Baltimore are investigating a natural gas explosion that leveled several road/row houses. Officials say the  blast left one person dead and several others hospitalized with serious injuries. The exact cause of the explosion is still unknown. City officials say they plan to inspect the gas remains in service piping leading to properties and the gas meters in the coming days. They say customer-owned appliances will also be investigated.


9.    Stars/stocks closed the mix on Wall Street today. The Dow was up 357 points, closing at 27,791. The Nasdaq down 42 points. The SNP 500 at/up 9.
This is NPR NEWS.
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谢谢“蚂蚁”状元的批改。学到了很多东西。
感觉听authentic materials 难点就在native speaker的连读、弱读,导致听不到介词和词组,比如GOP hopefuls in run-off back the President,还有, leveled several row houses。加上很地道的表达和背景知识(其实就是不熟悉)如:run-off,Gettysburg,这两者结合导致难度上升。还有人名会让人听不出它前后的单词。
边听边写的过程让人有一种感觉,好像中国科研人员在攻坚技术壁垒的艰辛,要求自己一丝不苟的严谨。
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