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AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-302014-01-03
1. Thousands residents gathered in the Egyptian city of Mansoura Tuesday, to mourn the victims of a deadly bombing in the police headquarter. At least 13 people were killed and dozens more injured in the attack , that the government has blamed on Islamic militants.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-292014-01-03
Same sex couples are lining up and getting married in Utah after a judge's ruling legalized it. The state of Utah is appealing the decision.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-282014-01-02
1. Last minute, health insurance shoppers have been given a one-day grace period in case of technical problems. Federal officials say the deadline to sign up under the new healthcare law has been extended through Tuesday.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-272014-01-02
Residents of norhtern New England and the Upper Midwest could be plagued by power outages well into the week after ice and snow struck both areas over the weekend.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-262014-01-01
1. The United Nation’s mission in South Sudan says it is relocating all noncritical staff from the capital, amid escalating violence. The latest violence in the world’s newest country has killed hundreds and has world leaders concerned about war.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-252014-01-01
1. President Obama now has an advisory panel recommendation from surveillance program. It suggests limiting the bulk collection of American's phone records.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-242013-12-31
1. The Senate is expected to pass a comprehensive defense bill later night. The legislation would crack down on sexual assaults in military and provide 552-billion for regular defense spending and another 80-billion for the war in Afghanistan and some overseas operations.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-232013-12-31
1. Lottery officers have identified the woman from Stone Mountain, Georgia as one of two winners from Wednesday night's 636 million dollars mega-million lottery drawing.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-222013-12-29
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AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-212013-12-29
The optimists and dreamers are lining up across the country to get their chance at the mega millions Jackpot. The 636 million dollars prize, one of the largest in US history, could grow by Tuesday night’s drawing.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-202013-12-28
Secretary of State John Kerry has annouced a deal for the U.S. to asist Vietnam with its security at sea. The move comes amid rising tensions between China and some of its neighbors over maritime issues.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-192013-12-28
1. A federal judge says the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone records violates the US constitution’s ban on unreasonable searches. The judge put his decision on hold pending a nearly certain government appeal.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-182013-12-23
1. Senator John Mccain says he is confident the US is doing all it can to learn what happened to Robert Levinson in Iran. But he is disturbed that Obama administration hasn't been more forthcoming and the Associated Press investigation published this past week found that Levinson was working for the CIA.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-172013-12-23
1. A new Associated Press GFK poll finds 58% of Americans disapprove of President Obama’s performance. It also found nearly 2/3 of Americans want to replace their own member of congress.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-162013-12-23
1. Health and human devices secretary Kathleen Sebelius told a House panel the sign-up trend for president Obama's health-care initiative is turning positive. She said the number of people who signed up for private insurance coverage was three times higher in November than it was in October.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-152013-12-23
Tens of thousands of people and world leaders gathered in Johannesburg, South Africa to remember Nelson Mandela. President Obama praised Mandela as the man who changed the world and inspired him to run for president. South Africa shows we can change, that we can choose a world defined not by our differences, but by our common hopes.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-142013-12-21
1. President Obama eulogized former South African President Nelson Mandela at a memorial service in Johannesburg earlier Tuesday, calling Mandela “the last great liberator of the 20th century”. Obama compared him to Mahatma Ghandi, Martin Luther King JR and Abraham Lincoln.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-122013-12-21
1. The big snow and ice storm heading up the east coast is making a mess for anyone on the go. Sunday, the storm dropped heavy snow and ice on eastern and mid Atlantic states.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-102013-12-20
1. Arctic air is moving across the middle of the country sending temperatures plummeting. Temperatures in the northern Wisconsin could reach a low of 25 below. Wind chills in the Dakotas could reach -40. And all of that bitter cold is moving east.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-072013-12-20
1. Detroit’s Mayor says bankruptcy for the city will be hard, but ultimately, can help. A judge ruled Detroit is eligible to shed billions in debt through bankruptcy. Unions, pensioners and retirees fear they will lose money and vowed to appeal.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-132013-12-17
Nearly a hundred heads of state, including President Barack Obama are expected to gather Tuesday in South Africa to honor Nelson Mandela. Among those listed in the program are Obama, U.N. Secretary-Genegral Ban Ki-Moon and Cuban President Raul Castro.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-112013-12-17
1. Parts of Texas are under icy glacier and at the same time most of Virginia is experiencing storm that has already brought rains, sleets, snows and freezing rain. A mix of freezing rains, sleets and snows stretched from the mid-Atlanta through southeast of Pennsylvania and Northern New Jersey.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-092013-12-16
1. 911 calls from the Sandy Hook school shooting were made public today following a court order sought by the Associated Press. Dispatchers asked about the safety of the children and urged panicked callers to take cover as gunshots are heard in the background.
AP News一分鐘新聞:2013-12-082013-12-16
This is AP News Minute. The man at the controls of a commuter train that detrailed in New York has admitted to nodding off just before the accident. A rail union official says the engineer experienced a type of highway
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