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U.S. Vice President Mike Pence swore in Betsy DeVos as U.S. secretary of education on Tuesday after casting the tie-breaking Senate vote to confirm President Donald Trump's controversial nominee. It was the first time in American history that a vice president had been needed to get a Cabinet pick approved.

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Nowadays,graduated students' working problem is atracting people's eyes.In spite of this,we have interviewed some students and specialists. Most students want to find a proper job with high salaties.Part of them just keep their attitude and waiting for a good chance.Only a little want to begin their career all by themselves. In specialists' opinion,a graduated studet shouldn't just wait,he should find a job soon.As he can accumulate experience and earn his own living.In a way,it will be more difficult to find a job in the next year. All above is some attitudes from two different personalities.Perhaps,we should have a deeper think about this problem.

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    The Chinese government maintains price caps for refined oil products in an attempt to restrain inflation. Crude oil topped $125 a barrel to a record in New York this week on concern supplies of diesel and gasoline may be insufficient to meet demand during the U.S. summer driving season.

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    In a soft voice, and measured tone, the man purported to be bin Laden delivers a wandering 30-minute tirade against democracy, capitalism and Western political leaders.The Chinese government maintains price caps for refined oil products in an attempt to restrain inflation. Crude oil topped $125 a barrel to a record in New York this week on concern supplies of diesel and gasoline may be insufficient to meet demand during the U.S. summer driving season.

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    Asian stocks fell this week, snapping a two-week rally, led by banks and oil refiners on concern earnings at banks and automakers will slow with record oil prices and a slowing U.S. economy. Bloomberg)He specifically refers to U.S. President George W. Bush, the Democratic victory in U.S. Congress, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who was elected in May, and new British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who took office in June.

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