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  • This December 5, CNN STUDENT NEWS would like to remind you that Fridays are awesome.

  • I`m Carl Azuz at Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Our first story takes you to the Pacific Island nation of Philippines.

  • People there are bracing for super-typhoon Hagupit.

  • The word means "lush" in Philippino (sic).

  • Forecasters aren`t sure where exactly it`ll go.

  • Something it will make a right turn and move north along the eastern Philippines.

  • Other think, it will hit the city of Tacloban over the weekend.

  • We`ve mentioned that place before.

  • When super typhoon Haiyan hit Tacloban last year,

  • it killed 6,000 people and wiped out entire neighborhoods.

  • Evacuations have started ahead of Hagupit.

  • It has sustained winds of 178 miles per hour,

  • it`s the equivalent of a category five hurricane.

  • Unrest in New York, it`s in response to events involving 43-year old Eric Garner.

  • This summer police say he resisted arrest for illegally selling cigarettes.

  • He`d been arrested for that before. Officer Daniel Pantaleo put Garner in a chokehold,

  • as others helped arrest him.

  • Garner repeatedly said he couldn`t breathe,

  • he died later on the way to the hospital.

  • Police union officials said Garner`s poor health caused his death,

  • but a medical examiner ruled that Officer Pantaleo`s chokehold contributed to it.

  • This came down to a grand jury.

  • It had to decide whether the officer knew there was a substantial risk

  • that Garner would die from the chokehold.

  • It decided not to charge Officer Pantaleo.

  • And the protest heated up with demonstrators saying Pantaleo used excessive force.

  • It`s a very painful day for so many of New Yorkers.

  • Arrests made throughout the night as outrage pulls

  • throughout the city streets for more than nine hours.

  • Black lives matter! Black lives matter!

  • Most chanted Garner`s last words.

  • I can`t breathe! I can`t breathe!

  • Police, some in riot gear blocking intersections as protesters

  • began shutting down the city`s most iconic landmarks,

  • stopping the flow of traffic into and out of the island of Manhattan for hours.

  • Some lying down right in the middle of the road,

  • the same inside Grand Central Station.

  • I can`t breathe! I can`t breathe!

  • Where other protesters staged a massive dying as evening rush hour hit its peak.

  • Police heavily guarding the Rockefeller Tree Lighting Ceremony .

  • Three, two, one!

  • As protesters tried to disrupt the show.

  • The city`s public outcry reaching a fever pitch nationwide.

  • (INAUDIBLE) have got to go .

  • From Los Angeles . I`m Eric Garner! I`m Eric Garner! To Philadelphia.

  • Hands up, don`t shoot! Hands up, don`t shoot!

  • The demonstrations across the country disruptive,

  • but peaceful, fulfilling Garner`s family wish.

  • Yeah, we wanted to rally. But rally in piece.

  • No violence. (INAUDIBLE)

  • Officer Pantaleo said in the statement,

  • it is never my intention to harm anyone,

  • and I feel very bad about the death of Mr. Garner.

  • Next story today, good news and good news good news concerning the flu.

  • The bad news, this year`s vaccine isn`t particularly effective.

  • The good news, the Centers for Diseases Control says flu activity across the U.S. is pretty low.

  • The bad news, this year`s vaccine isn`t particularly effective.

  • The CDC says it`s because the flu has mutated.

  • When the vaccine was made,

  • the strains of flu circulating around the globe were different than they are now.

  • So, why not just make a new vaccine?

  • Well, the CDC says it`s too late, because that takes about four months to do.

  • Officials are still recommending the vaccine, though.

  • They say it can reduce the severity of the virus, if you get it.

  • Amsterdam is the largest city in and capital of Netherlands.

  • It`s second largest city Rotterdam,

  • and that`s where we found the Rotterdam international secondary school for Today`s "Roll Call".

  • In the states, in Indianapolis, in Indiana,

  • the rockets of Broad Ripple Magnet High School are in today`s show.

  • And in the Southeast, in Mableton, Georgia Floyd Middle School is on the roll.

  • We are happy to visit the Panthers today.

  • Opossums, also called possums,

  • , are the only marsupials found in the U.S.

  • And though they might hiss or bite if you mess with them,

  • they are usually not aggressive and they are unlikely to carry rabies.

  • Why? Well, even though they are mammals,

  • they have relatively low body temperatures,

  • and that might make it hard for the rabies virus to survive in opossum.

  • Now, that`s random.

  • All right, cars that drive themselves.

  • The technology is nearly here, but the law is Orant (ph),

  • Only four states currently allow them to be tested on roads.

  • Pros, they might be safer. Most accidents are caused by driver error.

  • They`d also allow you to get things done while you ride in them.

  • Cons, they are incredibly expensive,

  • their cameras and sensors struggle in rain and snow and what if they are hacked,

  • or who is responsible in a wreck?

  • One thing experts agree on, they are coming.

  • Let`s start here. Point A. And over there, we`ll call that point B.

  • How we get from here to there has never been more important.

  • There are more people on this planet going more places than ever before.

  • We are going further, and we are going faster.

  • It took us fewer than 100 years to go from

  • that first flight in Kitty Hawk to our first supersonic trip across the Atlantic.

  • Locomotives have evolved into high speed trains floating on magnetic fields.

  • Cars have ditched gas for electricity.

  • But where we are going next,

  • and how will we get there?

  • Will highways really be filled with flying cars?

  • Will virtual tourism mean that you can go everywhere without going anywhere?

  • Getting around is getting cooler every day.

  • Just take a look.

  • For the last 80 years, the Art Center College of Design

  • has trained many of the automotive industry`s top designers.

  • Designers who created the style of many of the most memorable cars around.

  • The more choices that we have for travel,

  • the more complex it becomes to figure out how those means of travel integrate together.

  • If you take the 60,000 foot view,

  • automobiles are really quite stupid.

  • They are extremely wasteful of energy,

  • it`s an object that we spend a huge amount of money on

  • and then we are going to use for two hours out of every 24.

  • To me, it`s inevitable that we are going to move towards this automated truly automobiles.

  • The school has a list of questions about the future of cars.

  • Like what do you hope to accomplish when you go from A to B?

  • It`s not driving. It`s life.

  • The journey in an automobile will be more of a service than it is today.

  • The car can come pick you up, it will be customized to your preferences,

  • and the vehicle is now part of this interconnected ecosystem of digital devices.

  • The dilemma is what morally should we put into cars, because you know,

  • we are all very aware that we share the roads with people

  • who are not really concentrated on driving and more interested in texting and (INAUDIBLE).

  • The faster we get to vehicles that are able to drive themselves,

  • or at least do part of the driving themselves,

  • then the less of a dilemma it becomes.

  • With its two iconic white knobs,

  • an etch a sketch is not known for being a precision art instrument.

  • But it is for Jane Labowitch.

  • She started drawing on it when she was four years old,

  • and she got really good at it. 20 years later,

  • she`s etched out St. Basil`s Cathedral,

  • the Mona Lisa, Van Gogh`s "Starry Night."

  • She says the toughest part is learning

  • how to use both knobs at once to created curbs and diagonals.

  • Of course, she had to drop on some (INAUDIBLE) skills,

  • she`s got more than a trace of that.

  • And the story deserves more than a cursory mention,

  • because there is nothing sketchy about her superior stylus.

  • We hope you`ll etch out. Ten minutes for us again on Monday.

  • I`m Carl Azuz. This is CNN STUDENT NEWS.

This December 5, CNN STUDENT NEWS would like to remind you that Fridays are awesome.

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2014年12月5日 - 字幕付きCNN学生ニュース (December 5, 2014 - CNN Student News with subtitles)

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