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CNN 2009-09-22

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Good morning, I'm Melissa Long here at the CNN center in Atlanta. It's Monday, September 21th, here's a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Three men accused of lying about a possible terror1 plot are in the courtroom today. Nazibullah Zazi and his father will go before judge in Denver. A third suspect will be before judge in New York. Agents believe they may have been planning to attack a major transportation hub, and two sources say Zazi had video of New York’s Grand Center Terminal2.

A warning from the US general in command of forces in Afghanistan: more troops are needed within the next year or the war there will likely result in failure. That's a report from a document obtained by the Washington Post, comes as  president Obama's reviewing strategy3 in the war-torn country. The US has about 62,000 troops in Afghanistan.

New jobs require new ideas. That's all we’re expecting. President Obama is to say the speech about innovation4 and the economy at a New York community college. The speech kicks off his busy week when the President will be both at the United Nations and the G20 summit5 later this week. Tonight he will be the first sitting president to go on the Late Show with David Letterman.

Non-stop rain in the southeast is washing people out of their homes, stranding6 drivers in some areas and keeping kids from going to school. That car there, wound up in water over its wheel, just west of Atlanta, getting some reports of one man who may have been swept away and drown, as else well in Tennessee.

A judge in Hawaii has sentenced a man to stop smoking. The man pleaded7 no contest to starting a restaurant fire with a cigarette he flicked8. The judge told him no smoking for a year. The judge says if it helps him quit, it will add ten to fifteen years to his life. The 19-year-old also has to do community service and pay a fine.

Those are the headlines for you at this hour. Do stay with CNN, CNN.com as well for more on these stories or other news that develops today


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1 terror dI9z3     
n.恐怖;可怖的人(事)
参考例句:
  • We were in mortal terror of being found out. 我们非常害怕被发现。
  • That guy is a proper terror. 那家伙真是讨厌。
2 terminal wpGwA     
n.终端机,终点,末端;adj.终点的,按期的,致死的
参考例句:
  • The car has reached its terminal speed and can run faster no longer.这辆车的速度已达到了极限,不能再跑更快了。
  • There's a taxi stand outside the terminal.在终点站的外面有出租车。
3 strategy ctOwn     
n.方法,策略,战略
参考例句:
  • The only way to take the enemy position is by strategy,not by forceful attack.只可智取,不可强攻。
  • Tactics differs from strategy.战术有别于战略。
4 innovation 06Wxr     
n.改革,革新,新观念,新方法,新发明
参考例句:
  • There are all sorts of possibilities for technical innovation.技术革新的门道很多。
  • An enterprise should encourage innovation.企业应鼓励创新。
5 summit eHezk     
n.最高点,峰顶;最高级会议;极点
参考例句:
  • They climbed up the mountain and reached the summit.他们爬山,最终达到了山顶。
  • The summit of the mountain is lost in the cloud and mist.山顶隐没在云雾之中。
6 stranding e218008cc786ec283498aa494bef8273     
n.(船只)搁浅v.使滞留,使搁浅( strand的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • The airport had to be closed, stranding tourists. 机场被迫关闭,造成游客滞留。 来自辞典例句
  • The stream of history had changed course away from him, stranding him in failure. 历史潮流已经改变方向,与他背道而驰,使他陷于失败之中。 来自辞典例句
7 pleaded 1180b0c3eadb43bd3420016b36aaf0a9     
恳求,请求( plead的过去式和过去分词 ); 提出…为借口[理由]; (向法庭)陈述案情; (在法庭)申辩,认罪,辩护
参考例句:
  • She pleaded with him not to go. 她恳求他不要离开。
  • She wept and pleaded until he agreed to do as she wished. 她哭着恳求他,一直到他答应按她的愿望去做。
8 flicked 7c535fef6da8b8c191b1d1548e9e790a     
(尤指用手指或手快速地)轻击( flick的过去式和过去分词 ); (用…)轻挥; (快速地)按开关; 向…笑了一下(或瞥了一眼等)
参考例句:
  • She flicked the dust off her collar. 她轻轻弹掉了衣领上的灰尘。
  • I idly picked up a magazine and flicked through it. 我漫不经心地拿起一本杂志翻看着。
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