欢迎光临

我们一直在努力

2011年AP新闻一分钟

  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-23]

  • 1. Democrats are keeping a close eye on Pennsylvania while the primary there today will not give either Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. The delegates need to sort out of the party’s domination. Vot
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-22]

  • 1. The 62 deadly allergic reactions in people who used the blood-thinner heparin may be traced back to China. The FDA can't say for sure what cause the reactions but suspects it's a contaminant in
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-21]

  • 1.Pope Benedict was at Yankee Stadium leading the final Mass in his six-day visit to America. Thousands cheered and waved as the pontiff entered in his popemobile. Earlier he visited Ground Zero and
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-20]

  • 1. Pope Benedict is using another stop on his U.S. trip to focus on the clergy sex abuse scandal. The pontiff spoke this morning before thousands at New York’s St. Patrick's Cathedral. He assured p
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-19]

  • 1. Pope Benedict told diplomats at the United Nations that promoting human rights is the best way to bring equality and security to the world. The Pope is also visiting a synagogue on the first day o
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-18]

  • 1. Tens of thousands of worshipers packed Nationals Park in Washington for Pope Benedict's first public Mass of his US pilgrimage. The pontiff praised America as a land of opportunity and hope. He e
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-17]

  • 1.Pope Benedict has been getting a grand welcome in Washington on his first official visit to the US. His popemobile passed cheering crowds. And at a White House ceremony, a crowd of more than 13,000
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-16]

  • 1.Pope Benedict says he is deeply ashamed of the clergy sex abuse scandal and vow to keep paedophiles out of the priesthood. The pope made the comments while travelling on his first papal visit to th
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-15]

  • 1. US military says it will release Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein. That after the Iraqi judicial panel dismissed the last remaining criminal allegation against him. Hussein has spent mo
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-14]

  • 1. Pope Benedict is asking the faithful to pray for a successful trip to the United States. The Pontiff is scheduled to arrive Tuesday for his first trip as Pope to the US. He will spend time in Wash
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-13]

  • 1. Iranian state television reports that a bomb explosion in a mosque has killed scores of people in southern Iran. It says the mosque was part of a cultural center in the city of Shiraz. 2. It's a
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-12]

  • 1. Police seized dozens of documents from a West Texas polygamous ranch including marriage and birth certificates. That’s according to copies of search warrants released today. The records also refe
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-11]

  • 1. Democratic leaders are decrying President Bush's plan to indefinitely halt troop withdrawals from Iraq after July. The president says he agrees with his top commanders that the troops are needed
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-10]

  • 1. American Airlines says it cancelled more than 1,000 flights just today. The airline says it's still inspecting the wiring on some of its jets. Added to yesterday's cancellations, that could brin
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-09]

  • 1.The top US General in Iraq says he wants to stop withdrawing troops from Iraq this summer. He says after the current drawdown, the military will need some time to evaluate how many forces they will
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-08]

  • 1. More than 400 children have been taken into state custody from the compound of a polygamous sect. Child welfare and law enforcement officials have been interviewing about half of the mostly women
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-07]

  • 1.The US military says it has helped quell an insurgent uprising in Baghdad's Sadr City. Those militants had been attacking Iraqi soldiers and also hit a crowded marketplace. At least 20 people have
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-06]

  • 1. President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin are holding a farewell meeting at Putin's retreat on the Black Sea. But the White House has abandoned hopes the weekend talks will produce a mi
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-05]

  • 1. People across the country marked the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In Atlanta, his children laid a wreath at his tomb. Many more gathered at the Memphis Hotel
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-04]

  • 1. ATA Airlines strands thousands of passengers after it shuts down in a second trip through bankruptcy. The carrier is blaming the loss of military charter business. ATA flies mostly between the Wes
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-03]

  • 1. The FAA says four airlines are under investigation for not complying with aviation regulations. Although it's not naming the carriers, they could face fines. This comes after a series of safety l
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-02]

  • 1. Independent truckers from across the country called for a one-day strike to protest record high diesel fuel prices. At the same time, Congress drilled top executives of the five biggest US oil com
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-04-01]

  • 1. The Bush administration has formally rolled out its proposal to overhaul financial rules. The plan would change how the government regulates thousands of businesses. They range from the nation’s
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-03-31]

  • 1.Michael Hayden is warning that al-Qaeda has developed a safe haven in the region between Afghanistan and Pakistan. The CIA director also touched on Iraq, saying it could be years before the governm

热门文章

  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-01-12]

  • 1. O.J. Simpson in custody in Florida, on allegations he violated terms of his release on bail in a Las Vegas armed robbery case. Simpson is scheduled to appear before a Las Vegas judge next week. Th
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-01-19]

  • 1. President Bush is hoping a 145-billion-dollar stimulus plan will get the economy back on track. He says his package of tax cuts and business incentives offers direct and rapid relief that will enc
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-01-20]

  • 1. Mitt Romney's victory in Nevada has given him a boost in the GOP delegate race. Meanwhile, Democrats share the stage here as Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama vie for a caucus victory. On the othe
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-01-10]

  • 1.The day after a sharp change in the direction of the presidential race, Barack Obama says unpredictability is becoming the hallmark of 2008. He came in second to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic p
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-01-21]

  • 1.Colorado fire crews are trying to figure out why a television station building went up in flames. A competing station says the fire started at Grand Junction's KREX this morning. The cause is unde
  • 美联社新闻一分钟[2008-01-11]

  • 1.The race for the Democratic presidential nomination is less crowded now. New Mexico governor Bill Richardson dropped out of the race this afternoon. He's been a congressman, cabinet secretary and