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CNN News: 美国大法官斯卡利亚到底是谁?

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The unexpected passing of a U.S. Supreme Court justice leads off our show. This is CNN STUDENT NEWS and I`m Carl Azuz.

头条新闻,美国最高法院大法官突然离世。这是CNN学生新闻,大家好,我是卡尔·阿祖兹。

Antonin Scalia had been characterized as the leading conservative voice on the high court. He`d served since 1986, after being appointed by President Ronald Reagan. Of course, the Senate had to confirm him first and it did so unanimously by a vote of 98-0.

安东宁·斯卡利亚就任以来被普遍认为是目前最高法院中最重要的保守派。1986年斯卡利亚被罗纳德·里根任命为大法官,参议院以98:0的选票同意他当选。

Scalia was still serving on the Supreme Court at the time of his sudden death. He recently travelled to Texas for a hunting trip, a government official says he told friends he wasn`t feeling well before going to bed Friday night and that he died in his sleep.

斯卡利亚在去世时仍在最高法院就职。去世时,斯卡利亚去德克萨斯州打猎,一位政府官员称斯卡利亚曾告诉友人在周五晚上睡觉之前,自己感到身体不适,之后,这位大法官在睡眠中辞世。

A county judge from Texas says Justice Scalia had healthy issues and that he died of natural causes. There were no signs of foul play, according to law enforcement officials at the ranch where he was staying.

德克萨斯县法官说,斯卡利亚存在健康问题,属于自然死亡。据牧场上执法人员称,斯卡利亚居住处没有任何犯罪痕迹。

Scalia believed that judges should follow the exact words of the U.S. Constitution and not apply a modern interpretation to the governing document. He also had great admiration for the U.S. founding fathers who crafted it.

斯卡利亚认为法官应该遵循绝对遵循美国宪法,不应对管理文件作出随意阐述。斯卡利亚对于起草美国宪法的开国元勋怀有深深的敬仰之情。

I truly believe that there are times in history when a genius bursts forth at some part of the globe, you know, like 2000 B.C. in Athens, or quintessential Florence for art. And I think one of those places was 18th century America for political science.

我坚信会有天才降临于世,就像公元前2000年,雅典或者佛罗伦萨艺术一样。我认为对于政治科学而言就是当时18世纪的美国。

The unexpected passing of a U.S. Supreme Court justice leads off our show. This is CNN STUDENT NEWS and I`m Carl Azuz.

Antonin Scalia had been characterized as the leading conservative voice on the high court. He`d served since 1986, after being appointed by President Ronald Reagan. Of course, the Senate had to confirm him first and it did so unanimously by a vote of 98-0.

Scalia was still serving on the Supreme Court at the time of his sudden death. He recently travelled to Texas for a hunting trip, a government official says he told friends he wasn`t feeling well before going to bed Friday night and that he died in his sleep.

A county judge from Texas says Justice Scalia had healthy issues and that he died of natural causes. There were no signs of foul play, according to law enforcement officials at the ranch where he was staying.

Scalia believed that judges should follow the exact words of the U.S. Constitution and not apply a modern interpretation to the governing document. He also had great admiration for the U.S. founding fathers who crafted it.

I truly believe that there are times in history when a genius bursts forth at some part of the globe, you know, like 2000 B.C. in Athens, or quintessential Florence for art. And I think one of those places was 18th century America for political science.

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