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Gasoline Prices / Iran / Nuclear Showdown #848631

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 11, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Expectations for gas prices to average 2.62 this summer reported; [On “Studio B,” Energy Secretary Sam BODMAN†- says it will take years to work demand down.]

(New York City: Dagen McDowell) The effect Iran’s announcement that it has produced low-grade enriched uranium on gas & oil prices outlined; details given on other reasons for the higher prices.

(Pentagon: Bret Baier) Reactions to Iran’s announcement featured; details given on reports the claim appears to be accurate, and lingering questions on whether the US is planning military action with Iran. Live telephone interview held with Fox News correspondent Amy Kellogg. [Iranian President Mahmoud AHMEDINEJAD†- makes the announcement.] [Voice of KELLOGG†- talks about Iran’s concerns.] [Defense Secretary Donald RUMSFELD†- says the reports of planned military action are fantasy.]

Smith, Shepard;
McDowell, Dagen;
Baier, Bret

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