Old McDonald had a farm. And if you could text about that fast enough, you might have won 50 grand! Today, you'll meet the teenager who did. I'm Carl Azuz. Welcome to CNN Student News!
The General Assembly is getting together at U.N. headquarters in New York this week. On Thursday, the group will start its annual debate.
They deserve to do neither. I like to talk about people who don't have any power and it seems like one of the least powerful people in United States are are migrant workers who come and do our work, but don't have any rights as a result.
We should draw upon the teachings of tolerance that lie at the heart of three great religions that see Jerusalem’s soil as sacred. This time we should reach for what’s best within ourselves.
It really began to intensify, especially late yesterday afternoon through the evening hours. And by midnight and into early morning, the power of this storm truly reached the zenith.
It didn't completely surprise us that most of you strongly disagreed with this: a Massachusetts school district idea to charge between $400 and $500 for school bus service.
North America, South America, Europe and Asia. We're gonna hit them all in this globetrotting edition of CNN Student News. My name is Carl Azuz. Let's get this show on the road.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which is one of the central aspects of financial reform, will empower all Americans with the clear and concise information they need to make the best choices,the best financial decisions, for them and their families.
A bicentennial birthday, a trophy that's being returned, and a perfect score: We've got it all for you in today's editing of CNN Student News. Hello, everyone. I'm Carl Azuz. We're starting with our primary story.
But when you were appointed chief executive three years ago, you were quoted as saying you were going to focus, I think the term was, laser-like on safety. On your watch as chief executive, in that three years, we have now perhaps the biggest ever oil spill in U.S. waters, 11 deaths on Deepwater Horizon.
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First up, America pays tribute to the nearly 3,000 victims of the September 11th terror attacks. This Saturday marked nine years since those attacks happened. And in ceremonies all across the country, people stopped to remember.
We can see this smog from the roof doubled hotel, we don't have a clear view on this mop and apparently the plane took off and crushed into high lofters, wires from a big company here. And the,the pilot managed to land the plane, but when people were getting off,it started burning.
We know that a natural gas line ruptured yesterday around 6:24 p.m., but we don't know what caused it or what happened.Here's what we do know right now. The fire has burned 15 acres in the city of San Bruno.
They say a suicide bomber detonated a car packed with explosives outside the market in Iran midday on Thursday. Bodies are thrown through (and) across the street, buildings are damaged, cars are destroyed in what is clearly one of the bloodiest acts of violence in the region for several years.
Essentially, what the company is saying that there is not one reason why this disaster happened and that the blames essentially lies on several people, including not only BP, but Transocean and the company Halliburton.
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Parts of New Zealand are trying to recover from a massive earthquake that hit over the weekend. A couple people had serious injuries. Around 100 others had minor bumps and cuts.
Eight million Americans lost their jobs in this recession. And even though we've had eight straight months of private sector job growth, the new jobs haven't been coming fast enough. Now, here's the honest truth, the plain truth: there's no silver bullet; there's no quick fix to these problems.
On this Labor Day, there are two things I want you to know. Number one, I am going to keep fighting every single day, every single hour, every single minute, to turn this economy around and put people back to work and renew the American Dream, not just for your family.
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The amount of products that a country makes,its manufacturing activity can give you an idea of how that country's economy is doing. In the U.S., manufacturing is up.
March 19, 2003, President George W. Bush announced the start of the war in Iraq. September 1, 2010: Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the U.S. is no longer at war in the Middle Eastern country.
At approximately one o'clock this afternoon,an Asian male entered the Discovery Building in Silver Spring. He had what we believe to be explosive devices strapped to his front and back. He also had a handgun.