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  • CARL AZUZ, CNN ANCHOR: First on CNN STUDENT NEWS today,

    美國有線電視新聞網主播卡爾-阿蘇茲:今天CNN學生新聞的第一個節目。

  • this is Hadiya Pendleton, 15 years old and honor student at her school in Chicago.

    這是Hadiya Pendleton,15歲,是芝加哥學校的優等生。

  • This was Hadiya performing with her school`s majorette team during President Obama`s inauguration in Washington.

    這是哈迪婭在華盛頓奧巴馬總統就職典禮上與她的學校馬約特團隊一起表演。

  • And one week later this is where Hadiya Pendleton was killed, she was shot by a gunman at the park in Chicago.

    一週後,這裡是哈迪婭-彭德爾頓被殺的地方 她在芝加哥的公園裡被一名槍手射殺。

  • Police say she probably was not the intended target.

    警方表示,她可能不是預定目標。

  • Hadiya`s name has become part of the discussion over guns in America.

    Hadiya的名字已經成為美國槍支問題討論的一部分。

  • And her father says, he`s OK with that.

    她父親說,他沒問題。

  • The president`s scheduled to talk about the issue of guns today when he meets with law enforcement officials in Minnesota.

    總統今天將在明尼蘇達州與執法官員會面,討論槍支問題。

  • Right now there is also a lot of talk about this photo of the president firing a gun.

    現在也有很多人在討論這張總統開槍的照片。

  • The White House says this was taken last August when the president went skeet shooting.

    白宮說,這是去年8月總統去打獵時拍的。

  • The White House released this picture on Saturday.

    白宮在週六發佈了這張照片。

  • Some critics argue, that was a political move.

    有評論家認為,這是一個政治動作。

  • But the president has said, there is a difference between hunting and target shooting and gun violence.

    但總統曾說過,狩獵和打靶與槍支暴力是有區別的。

  • He has been pushing for stricter gun laws, his belief is that it will help reduce gun violence.

    他一直在推動更嚴格的槍支法律,他認為這將有助於減少槍支暴力。

  • Other people argue that guns help offer protection.

    另一些人則認為,槍支有助於提供保護。

  • GAYLE TROTTER, ATTORNEY& SR. FELLOW, INDEPENDENT WOMEN`S FORUNIDENTIFIED MALE: Guns make women safer.

    GAYLE TROTTER,律師和amp;amp;SR。會員,獨立婦女聯合會未婚男:槍支使婦女更安全。

  • Over 90 percent of violent crimes occur without a firearm, which makes guns the great equalizer for women.

    90%以上的暴力犯罪都是在沒有槍支的情況下發生的,這也使得槍支成為女性的偉大平衡器。

  • The vast majority of violent criminals use their size and their physical strength to prey on women who are at severe disadvantage.

    絕大多數暴力犯罪分子利用自己的身材和體力,對處於嚴重劣勢的婦女進行掠奪。

  • AZUZ: We`re hearing many different voices in this discussion about guns in America.

    我們聽到許多不同的聲音在討論美國的槍支問題。

  • We want to hear your voice, too.

    我們也想聽聽你的聲音。

  • Go to our blog at cnnstudentnew.com.

    去我們的博客cnnstudentnew.com。

  • Talk to us about what you think.

    跟我們談談你的想法。

  • Today is World Cancer Day.

    今天是世界癌症日。

  • And that word cancer can really hit home, especially if you or someone you know has ever dealt directly with it.

    而癌症這個詞真的可以打動人心,尤其是當你或你認識的人曾經直接與它打交道的時候。

  • The goal of World Cancer Day is to help people get a better understanding of this disease,

    世界癌症日的目標是幫助人們更好地瞭解這種疾病。

  • and that`s what we are working to do right now.

    這也是我們現在正在做的工作。

  • For starters, what is cancer?

    首先,什麼是癌症?

  • It`s not just one disease, there are more than 200 different types of cancer,

    這不僅僅是一種疾病,有200多種不同類型的癌症。

  • and they can affect different parts of the body.

    而且它們會影響身體的不同部位。

  • This diseases are caused by changes to the DNA inside a person`s cells.

    這種疾病是由於人的細胞內的DNA發生變化引起的。

  • Those changes cause the cells to grow uncontrollably.

    這些變化導致細胞不受控制地生長。

  • In the U.S., more than a million people are diagnosed with cancer every year.

    在美國,每年有超過一百萬人被診斷為癌症。

  • Experts say that one third of American women and one half of American men can expect to develop some form of cancer.

    專家表示,三分之一的美國女性和一半的美國男性可以預期會患上某種形式的癌症。

  • It`s the second leading cause of death in the Untied States,

    它是美國第二大死亡原因。

  • but being diagnosed with cancer is not a death sentence,

    但被診斷為癌症並不是死亡判決。

  • a lot of these diseases that used to be considered fatal, can now be treated, many can be cured.

    這些過去被認為是致命的疾病,現在很多都可以治療,很多都可以治癒。

  • In fact, more than 12 million Americans are living with cancer today.

    事實上,如今有超過1200萬美國人患有癌症。

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: See if you can I.D. me.

    看看你能不能確認我的身份。

  • I was born in Alabama in 1913.

    我1913年出生在阿拉巴馬州。

  • I`m known as the mother of the Civil Rights Movement.

    我被稱為民權運動之母。

  • I inspired the Montgomery bus boycott after refusing to give up my bus seat to a white man.

    我在拒絕把我的公車座位讓給一個白人後,激發了蒙哥馬利公車的抵制活動。

  • I`m Rosa Parks, and today would have been my 100th birthday.

    我是羅莎-帕克斯,今天是我100歲生日。

  • AZUZ: Rosa Parks helped pave the way in the fight for equal rights.

    羅莎・帕克斯為爭取平等權利鋪平了道路。

  • And as we continue our coverage of black history month,

    我們將繼續報道黑色歷史月,

  • we are going to introduce you to a woman who`s giving up to take on the world of Nascar,

    我們將向你介紹一個女人,她放棄了對NASCAR世界的挑戰。

  • maybe break some barriers when she gets there.

    等她到了那裡,也許會打破一些障礙。

  • George Howell has details on this.

    喬治-豪厄爾有這方面的詳細資料。

  • NICOLE LYONS, RACE CAR DRIVER: It`s exciting time for me,and a very just -

    對我來說,這是一個激動人心的時刻,也是一個非常公正的...

  • crazy time in my life I`m going from NHRA drag racing to attempting - to transition to Nascar.

    我生命中最瘋狂的時刻,我從NHRA飆車賽到嘗試轉戰NASCAR。

  • GEORGE HOWELL, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Nicole Lyons was born to race.

    GEORGE HOWELL,CNN記者:妮可-里昂斯是為比賽而生的。

  • She`s already made a name for herself in professional drag racing with the National Hot Rod Association or NHRA.

    她已經在美國國家熱棒協會或NHRA的專業飆車比賽中嶄露頭角。

  • She`s now gaining traction in her effort to become a household name in NASCAR.

    她現在正在努力成為家喻戶曉的納斯卡明星。

  • When she starts racing, she`ll be one of the few women in the sport.

    當她開始比賽時,她將成為這項運動中為數不多的女性之一。

  • LYONS: I think I`ve done so well on NHRA

    我覺得我在NHRA上做得很好。

  • and I`ve committed so much time to my craft that I think now is the time for me to do that transition and showcase myself in Nascar.

    我花了很多時間在我的賽車上,我想現在是我過渡的時候了,我想在NASCAR展示自己。

  • HOWELL: She recently tested for Nascar.

    她最近參加了NASCAR的測試。

  • The challenges, she says, are different.

    她說,挑戰是不同的。

  • LYONS: In drag racing, you want to go straight.

    在飆車比賽中,你要走直線。

  • You don`t want to make a left turn to save your life.

    你不會想左轉來救你的命。

  • In - in terms of Nascar racing, it`s completely different, you ride the wall,

    在--在納斯卡賽車方面,它完全不同,你騎在牆上。

  • you make left turns, you know, you`d have a breaking system that`s completely different, in drag racing break is not our friend,

    如果你左轉,你會有一個完全不同的剎車系統,在賽車中,剎車不是我們的朋友。

  • the wall is not our friend, we don`t want to get near it.

    牆不是我們的朋友,我們不想靠近它。

  • HOWELL: Not only is Lyons racing cars, but she`s an award-winning engine builder,

    豪爾:里昂斯不僅是賽車手,而且她還是一位獲獎的發動機製造者。

  • and owns a Muscle Car restoration shop in Los Angeles where she employs female mechanics.

    並在洛杉磯擁有一家肌肉車修復店,她在那裡僱傭了女技師。

  • LYONS: I just really wanted to show female empowerment,

    LYONS:我只是真的想展現女性的力量。

  • and I knew that, you know, we can turn wrenches just as well as any other guy.

    我知道,你知道,我們可以轉動扳手 就像任何其他人一樣好。

  • HOWELL: When she makes the transition, many will identify Lyons primarily as one of the first African-American females to race in Nascar.

    當她轉型時,很多人會認為里昂斯主要是作為第一批參加納斯卡比賽的非裔美國女性之一。

  • But to her, winning is what`s most important.

    但對她來說,勝利才是最重要的。

  • LYONS: I`m a racer who understands the fact that wins mean everything.

    LYONS:我是一個賽車手,明白勝利意味著一切。

  • So, regardless of the fact if I get out there, and it so happens that I win, I`m the first African-American woman to do so - great.

    所以,不管事實如何,如果我出場,碰巧我贏了,我是第一個贏的非裔美國女人,很好。

  • But I`m going to tell you that at the end of the day, what makes me most happy about the situation, is that I won.

    但我要告訴你,到了最後,最讓我高興的是,我贏了。

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Today`s "Shoutout" goes out to Mandera`s social studies class at Lincoln Middle School in Rockford, Illinois.

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE:今天`s"Shout"在伊利諾伊州羅克福德的林肯中學的Mandera`s社會研究課上。

  • What is another name for a woodchuck?

    木雞的另一個名字是什麼?

  • You know what to do, is it a beaver, a groundhog, nutria or termite?

    你知道該怎麼做了吧,是海狸、土撥鼠、堅果還是白蟻?

  • You`ve got three seconds, go!

    你有三秒鐘的時間,走!

  • Woodchucks are also called groundhogs.

    木雞也叫土雞。

  • And they are part of the squirrel family.

    而它們是松鼠家族的一員。

  • That`s your answer and that`s your "Shoutout."

    這就是你的答案,這就是你的"Shout.&quot。

  • AZUZ: If a groundhog could ever be famous, the most famous one would be up in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.

    如果土撥鼠能出名的話 最有名的應該是賓夕法尼亞州的普蘇塔尼了

  • A couple of days ago famous Phil made his annual prognostication.

    幾天前著名的菲爾做了年度預言。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: And so you`re faithful there is no shadow to see and early spring for you and me!

    你是忠誠的,看不到影子,你和我的春天還很早。

  • AZUZ: The groundhog - well, a groundhog has been making this annual prediction for 127 years.

    阿蘇茲:土撥鼠--嗯,土撥鼠做這個年度預測已經有127年了。

  • The idea goes back to medieval times.

    這個想法可以追溯到中世紀時期。

  • There was this superstition that hibernating animals pop their heads out of their caves to check the weather around this time of year.

    有這樣一個迷信的說法,冬眠的動物在這個時候會從洞穴裡蹦出頭來查看天氣。

  • In order of Saturday`s shadowy celebration, CNN`s "I-Reporters" sent him pictures of their shadows.

    按照週六`暗中慶祝的順序,CNN`s"I-Reporters"向他發送了他們的影子的照片。

  • Take a look at this.

    看看這個。

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    (視頻剪輯)

  • AZUZ: We`re now standing outside the Georgia Dome here in Atlanta, Georgia.

    我們現在站在佐治亞州亞特蘭大的喬治亞球館外面

  • This building has hosted two Super Bowls.

    這座建築曾舉辦過兩次超級碗。

  • Of course, last night`s game was down in New Orleans. And you know what happened there.

    當然,昨晚的比賽是在新奧爾良進行的 你也知道那裡發生了什麼。

  • What you might not know is how many of these were made specifically for the game: 120.

    你可能不知道的是,這其中有多少是專門為遊戲製作的。120.

  • Now, that`s just for the Super Bowl.

    現在,這只是超級碗的比賽。

  • Another thing you might not know is what exactly goes in to making one of these. But you`re about to find out.

    另一件你可能不知道的事情是,製作這些東西的具體步驟。但你馬上就會知道了。

  • KEVIN MURPHY, GENERAL MANAGER, WILSON SPORTING GOODS CO.: When we`re making an NFL game ball,

    KEVIN MURPHY,WILSON體育用品有限公司總經理。當我們在製作NFL比賽用球時

  • it`s about 90 percent hands on.

    大約有90%的時間是在實踐中度過的。

  • It starts with four panels of leather that are cut from the best possible hide you can find in North American hides,

    首先,它的四塊皮革是由你能找到的最好的北美皮料切割而成。

  • and from there, we then stamp the panels,

    並從那裡,我們再在面板上蓋章。

  • those panels are then weighed, skived (ph), so that every single set of four panels weighs exactly the same.

    然後,這些面板被稱重,skived(Ph),是以,每一組四個面板的重量完全相同。

  • Once we do that, we`re still aligning to the panels,

    一旦我們這樣做,我們仍然對準面板。

  • then they go to the sewer who would then sews the four panels together, and they`re sewed inside out.

    然後,他們去下水道,然後他們會縫合四塊板子,然後把它們從裡面縫出來。

  • Not a lot of people know that.

    不是很多人都知道。

  • After the panels are sewn together, they are passed on to a turner.

    板材縫合後,將其傳遞給車工。

  • He takes that football that`s inside out and turns it right side out.

    他把足球的內側翻轉過來,把它的右面翻轉過來。

  • Very difficult and highly skilled job.

    非常困難,技術含量高的工作。

  • The turner then passes the ball back to the sewer, who closes the opening just a little bit,

    然後,轉身將球傳回給下水道,下水道將球的開口稍微封閉一下。

  • and from there, it goes to our lacer, who inserts a bladder into the ball,

    從那裡,它去我們的快手,誰插入一個膀胱到球。

  • then they close the ball, they lace it, and then they pass it on to our molding process.

    然後,他們關閉球,他們花邊, 然後他們傳遞到我們的成型工藝。

  • We open up the mold and put the ball out and it should be a perfectly shaped football at that point.

    我們打開模具,把球放出去,這時應該是一個完美形狀的足球。

  • AZUZ: Well, some real beasts took the field for yesterday`s game, but not the game you`re thinking of.

    昨天的比賽有一些真正的野獸上場,但不是你想的那種比賽。

  • We are talking about the Puppy Bowl, an alternative athletic arena for anyone enamored with adorable animals.

    我們說的是小狗碗,這是一個另類的競技場,適合任何對可愛的動物著迷的人。

  • This game isn`t just for the dogs, you had hamsters up in the blimp, cats performing the half-time show.

    這個遊戲不只是給狗玩的,你有倉鼠在飛艇上,貓咪在半場表演。

  • Cheerleader hedgehogs on the side line, and, of course, the game was covered on social media.

    啦啦隊刺蝟在邊線,當然,這場比賽也被社交媒體報道。

  • What kind of animal did they get to tweet?

    他們能發什麼動物的微博?

  • A bird, but all the other players were hounding him for attention, too.

    一隻鳥,但其他玩家也都在追問他的注意力。

  • There have been eight other puppy bowls before this.

    在這之前,還有八隻小狗碗。

  • So, this one makes K- 9, and during the game, they don`t call it time out, they`re just take a pause.

    所以,這個是K-9,在比賽中,他們沒有叫暫停,只是暫停一下。

  • And that`s what we are going to do. CNN STUDENT NEWS will kick off, again, tomorrow. I hope to see you then.

    這就是我們要做的。CNN學生新聞將在明天再次開播。希望到時能見到你。

  • END

    結束

CARL AZUZ, CNN ANCHOR: First on CNN STUDENT NEWS today,

美國有線電視新聞網主播卡爾-阿蘇茲:今天CNN學生新聞的第一個節目。

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