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AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-312011-12-31
A 9-year-old who was missing in H, Indiana has been found dead. A family friend who was babysitting Aliahna Lemmon has been charged with her murder.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-302011-12-31
At stores around the country, it is the day to return gifts that did not quite measure up on Christmas morning. Others are coming armed with gift cards, hunting for sales.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-292011-12-29
More than three dozens of people have been killed in terror attacks that carried out across Nigeria by a radical muslem sect.Most of the victims died in the steps of the Catholic Church after celebrating Christmas Mass.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-282011-12-29
Conditions in Bethlehem are quite raw, but tens of thousands of tourists and Christmas pilgrims are still helping to bring warm holidays cheer to the traditional birthplace of Jesus. Turnout is that's highest more than a decade.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-272011-12-28
House Republicans have backed down, speaker John Boehner says there's now an agreement to accept the Senate tri-partisan two-month payroll tax cuts, president Barack Obama congratulated lawmakers for ending what he calls a bi-partisan stalemate.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-262011-12-27
In New Jersey, crews are clearing the wreckage from the highway plane crash that killed five people yesterday. The debris from the accident is said to be scattered over at least a half mile.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-252011-12-27
It's the last day of Autumn but it feels like winter in many states. Whiteout conditions and fierce winds have killed at least six people across five states. Most interstates throughout the Great Plains have reopened but large snowdrifts still remain.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-232011-12-25
House Republicans want the Senate return to Washington to keep working on a new version of a payroll tax cut extension. Members of the House GOP don't like the version the Senate pleaded and approved for leaving town for the holidays.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-222011-12-23
House speaker John says he opposes Senate to approve bill extending a payroll tax cut and jobless benefits for just two months.He wants Congressional bargainers to write a new measure that would last entire one year.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-212011-12-22
President Barack Obama says he is pleased the Senate has passed a two-month extension of the social security payroll tax cut. The Senate voted 89 to 10 in favor of the measure today. It also extends jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-202011-12-21
An Associated Pressed GFK poll finds that Americans want Congress to continue the payroll tax reduction.Nearly six and ten respondents support the measure. The same number say they are angry about the political thing.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-192011-12-21
President Barack Obama's marking the end to the Iraq War. He's telling troops that towards Prague that US is peacely leaving behind the stable nation. All American troops are to be out of the country by December 31.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-182011-12-20
And a pearl that belonged to the late Elizabeth Taylor fetched more than 11 million dollar at an auction in New York. Taylor's jewelery has been auctioned off partly to support her charitable costs.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-142011-12-20
It's cleanup time in Boston. Police evicted Occupy movement campers there this morning. Forty-six people were arrested, but police say the eviction was mostly peaceful.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-172011-12-18
Federal accident investigators are recommending states banning the uses of cell phones and other electronic devices by all drivers except emergencies.The recommendation follows a finding that a initial collision in a deadly highway pileup in Missouri last year which was caused by the inattention of a teen's texting.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-162011-12-18
President Barack Obama says US troops leaving Iraq and do so with honor and with their heads held high. All troops will leave by December 31st.Obama was meeting in Washington with the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-152011-12-16
Deep cracks are emerging in Britian's coalition government. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says he is bitterly disappointed over Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to block European Union treaty changes designed to save the Euro.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-132011-12-13
Virginia tech official say police officer and another person had been shot and killed on the school campus. A news release from school said the police officer had pulled someone overact at a traffic stop whenshotting happened.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-122011-12-13
A federal judge has sentenced former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich to 14 years in prison for corruption. After years of insisting he was innocent, he told the judge he'd made "terrible mistakes" and acknowledged that he broke the law.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-112011-12-13
A final federal report on a West Virginia coal mine blast that killed 29 men details 369 safety violations.The report comes the same day as the announcement of a record 210 million dollar settlement by the new owners of the mine where the disaster occured.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-102011-12-13
Dozens of Shiite muslims are dead after a bombing attacks in Iraq and Afghanistan today. The attacks conicide with a Shiite religious holiday.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-092011-12-13
President Barack Obama says Congress needs to extend a payroll tax cut. Since the economical recovery is still fragile, he says, and middle-class families need the money. But tax cut will expire at the year's end.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-082011-12-10
And a pair of pandas named Sweety and Sunshine arrived in Scotland Sunday. The 8-year-old to spend decade in Enburgh Zoo and hopeful create little pandas.
AP News一分鐘新聞2011-12-072011-12-08
Herman Cain is suspending his bid for the GOP presidential nomination. His campaign is suffered since allegations of sexual harassment and a long-term affair surfaced. Cain calls those claims hurtful but still false.
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