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Newt Gingrich: Supporters 'captured the heart of his campaign'

(CNN) -- Newt Gingrich told supporters chanting, "USA, USA," at his South Carolina primary victory party on Saturday night that they had captured the heart of his campaign.
The Associated Press
The Associated Press

Fresh attacks kill nine in northern Nigeria as police hunt Boko Haram bombers -
Muslim gunmen killed nine people and wounded 12 others in the latest round of religious violence to hit northern Nigeria, a community elder said.

Arab League to decide whether to stay in Syria

CNN International -
Syrian anti-regime demonstrators wave flags in the Khalidiya neighbourhood of the flashpoint city of Homs on January 20, 2012. Are you there?

Reno wildfire that destroyed 29 homes contained

CBS News -
(AP) RENO, Nev. - The wildfire that destroyed 29 homes near Reno is contained. Thousands of evacuees are back home. And the family of the woman found dead says there's no point in prosecuting the remorseful man who accidentally started it.

Federer masterclass leaves Tomic chasing shadows

Chicago Tribune -
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A masterly Roger Federer ended local hope Bernard Tomic's dreams of a place in the Australian Open quarter-finals with a ruthless 6-4 6-2 6-2 fourth round victory Sunday.

Dutch teen completes year-long solo sailing journey around world

Fox News -
A teenager from the Netherlands sailed into St. Maarten harbor on Saturday, ending a yearlong solo journey around the globe aboard a ketch named "Guppy.

Search resumes in cruise ship amid rough seas

CBS News -
(AP) GIGLIO, Italy - Rescuers on Sunday resumed searching the above-water section of the capsized Costa Concordia cruise liner, but choppy seas kept divers from exploring the submerged part, where officials have said there could be bodies.

Uncertainties lie ahead of Egypt's new People's Assembly

Xinhua -
by Tian Dongdong CAIRO, Jan. 21 (Xinhua) -- Chairman of the Egyptian High Judicial Election Commission Abdel-Moez Ibrahim announced the final results of the People's Assembly (lower house) polls on Saturday, with the Muslim Brotherhood's (MB) political ...

Croats vote in EU membership referendum

The Associated Press -
ZAGREB, Croatia (AP) - Croatians voted Sunday in a nationwide referendum on whether to join the European Union - a test of how much the debt-stricken 27-nation bloc has lost its appeal among potential new members.

Year of the Dragon roars in

The Press Association -
Two weeks of celebrations are set to start as communities mark the arrival of Chinese New Year. The 15-day event, which runs until February 6, marks the arrival of the Year of the Dragon.

Rival parties to mix it up – nicely – at State of the Union

Los Angeles Times -
Many Democratic and Republican members of Congress will sit in pairs again in a show of civility at President Obama's address.

Snow covers Northeast; for some, it's a pleasure

Arizona Daily Star -
Rick Wolfe of Pine Grove, Pa., used a snowblower to clear a path at a neighbor's home Saturday after a storm blanketed the state with its first significant snow of the season.

Winds arrive in storm-weary Northwest

The Seattle Times -
Strong winds descended on the storm-weary Pacific Northwest and thousands of people remained without power Saturday after a winter storm left a tangle of fallen trees and damaged power lines.

Talks on Greek debt deal hit snag

BBC News -
The chief negotiators for Greece's private creditors have left Athens without securing a deal to write off some of the country's debts.

GE Profit Slides on Pricing

Wall Street Journal -
By KATE LINEBAUGH and BOB SECHLER General Electric Co.'s big industrial businesses are struggling to translate higher revenue into bigger profits as prices for its products—particularly power generators—remain under pressure from competition and weak ...

GOP candidates escalate rhetoric in South Carolina

CNN International -
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- A day before the final debate and three days before the voting, Republican presidential candidates on Wednesday launched increasingly strident attacks against each other and President Barack Obama in the run-up to the ...

New Zealand reveals high-octane arrest in Internet fraud case

Reuters -
By Mantik Kusjanto | WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand police on Saturday revealed bizarre details of the arrest of the suspected kingpin of an Internet copyright theft case against the James Bond-like backdrop of a country mansion hideaway with ...

SOPA, PIPA Stalled: Meet the OPEN Act

PCWorld -
By Christina DesMarais, PCWorld Jan 21, 2012 1:15 PM SOPA and PIPA may have been put on hold -- thanks to possibly the most contentious uproar seen on Capitol Hill and in the tech world ever -- but other legislation was introduced this week to combat ...

Apple's overseas manufacturing operations offer flexibility, not just savings ...

Apple Insider -
By Josh Ong An in-depth report on Apple's manufacturing operations details the gains in flexibility, diligence and skilled labor availability that the company gains from producing its devices overseas, while offering rare commentary from its current ...

Google+ User Engagement Questioned Amid Facebook Rivalry

eWeek -
Google+ has 90 million users, but the search engine giant won't say how often those users come to the social network, what they do there or for how long.

Heidi Klum To File for Divorce From Seal -
Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ ... Heidi will file divorce papers in LA County Superior Court as early as next week. We're told Heidi will cite "irreconcilable differences" as the cause for the divorce.

PGA Awards 2012: The Winners List

Hollywood Reporter -
The Artist, which is shaping up as a formidable force this awards season, was the victor in the best picture race at the 23rd annual Producers Guild Awards, held Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Etta James, the husky-voiced R&B singer, dies at 73 | Philadelphia Inquirer ...

Philadelphia Inquirer -
By Dan DeLuca Etta James performing in 2006 in New Orleans. Producer Jerry Wexler called her "the greatest of modern blues singers.

Sundance: Even if you've seen all three 'Paradise Lost' films, 'West of ...

Entertainment Weekly -
by Owen Gleiberman I went into West of Memphis, the new documentary, financed by Peter Jackson, about the West Memphis Three case - the gruesome 1993 child murders in Arkansas; Damien Echols, along with comrades Jessie Misskelley and Jason Baldwin, ...

Braun doesn't spill the juice

New York Daily News -
Embattled National League MVP Ryan Braun accepted his award Saturday night in Manhattan, but made only a vague mention of his fight against a possible 50-game suspension for violating MLB's performance-enhancing drug rules.

Notre Dame hockey: Michigan goalie gets best of Irish

South Bend Tribune -
By JIM MEENAN South Bend Tribune SOUTH BEND - Penalties, a trouble-spot last weekend, came back to bite Notre Dame Saturday night at the Compton Family Ice Arena.

3-pointer doesn't fall Bruins' way -
By Fluto Shinzawa The first meeting between the top two clubs in the NHL's Eastern Conference was 3.6 seconds shy of a shootout yesterday.

Knicks' losing streak hits six vs. Nuggets

New York Post -
By MARC BERMAN All sides of the enigmatic Carmelo Anthony were on display last night - the good, the bad, the brilliant and the ugly.

Golf roundup: Wind takes over with Wilson in lead

The Boston Globe -
AP The Humana Challenge suspended play midway through the third round yesterday after high winds caused damage on all three courses, toppling trees, blowing golf balls off the greens, and knocking a scoreboard into a lake.

Scientists find monkey long believed extinct in Indonesian jungles

Washington Post -
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Scientists working in the dense jungles of Indonesia have “rediscovered” a large, gray monkey so rare it was believed by many to be extinct.

Comet's Death Dive Into Sun Seen in Detail for 1st Time -
by Charles Q. Choi, Contributor A comet has been spotted disintegrating in the atmosphere of the sun for the first time.

1 in 5 Americans Had Mental Illness in 12-Month Period

MedPage Today -
By Kristina Fiore, Staff Writer, MedPage Today Explain that about 20% of American adults have had a mental illness during the preceding year, but the majority of them were never treated for it.

Statins show promise against breast cancer

The State Column -
Statins are typically used as a cholesterol-lowering drug, but in a recent cancer study, statins have been observed to be effective against inhibiting breast cancer cell growth.


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