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1 dead, 4 hurt in high school shooting; friend says suspect 'very normal'

CNN International -
By Michael Pearson, CNN The Plain Dealer newspaper in Cleveland cited wounded student Nate Mueller in identifying the suspect as student TJ Lane.
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Romney makes last-ditch effort to woo Michigan voters

By Jackie Kucinich, USA TODAY ALBION, Mich. - Mitt Romney barnstormed across his home state Monday with turnout on his mind. By Justin Sullivan, Getty Images Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks during a campaign rally at Byrne ...

Jan Berenstain Dies at 88; Created Berenstain Bears

New York Times -
Jan Berenstain, who with her husband wrote and illustrated the Berenstain Bears books, gentle best-sellers that enlightened preschoolers for half a century with simple lessons about kindness and tidiness, and reasons not to be afraid of the doctor, ...

Angelina Jolie, Legs Covered (Boo), Shops With Her Twins and Brad Pitt's Mom

E! Online -
After popping out to win friends and influence people last night, Angelina Jolie's right leg was back under cover today. Wearing skinny black pants that covered her from hip to ankle (as pants tend to do), the gamtastic actress went shopping in Beverly ...

5-Time Champ Johnson Wrecks Early in Daytona 500

ABC News -
Five-time champion Jimmie Johnson followed up his worst season in NASCAR with his worst finish in the Daytona 500. Johnson wrecked on the second lap of The Great American Race on Monday, ending his night long before his car reached full speed.

"The Artist" to be seen in more theaters this weekend

Reuters -
By Joshua L. Weinstein LOS ANGELES ( - Don't expect to see "The Artist," winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture, on DVD any time soon.

Syrian activists: 64 bodies found near Homs in one of the worst mass killings

Washington Post -
BEIRUT - The bodies of dozens of men were found dumped on wasteland on the outskirts of the stricken city of Homs on Monday in what appeared to be one of the worst instances of mass killing since the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began ...

Boat reaches Italian cruise ship adrift off Seychelles

BBC News -
A fishing boat has reached the cruise ship adrift in the Indian Ocean with more than 1000 people on board, officials say. The Costa Allegra suffered a fire in its generator room that caused it to lose power south-west of the Seychelles - an area ...

Newark airport briefly shut after emergency plane

Reuters -
| NEW YORK (Reuters) - New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport was briefly closed on Monday after a passenger plane made an emergency landing there because of problems with its nose landing gear, a Port Authority spokesman said.

Witness says she helped in Rutgers webcam spying case

By Gene Racz, (East Brunswick, NJ) Home News Tribune NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Molly Wei, one of the prosecution's main witnesses, testified on Monday in the trial of a former Rutgers student who is accused of using a webcam to spy on his gay roommate's ...

Buffett Says Energy Future Bond Bet at Risk of Being Wiped Out

Bloomberg -
Enlarge image Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Chairman Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Chairman Warren Buffett Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg Berkshire Hathaway Inc. chairman Warren Buffett.

S&P Declares Greece in Default

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Georgia on Gingrich's Mind

Wall Street Journal -
By CAMERON MCWHIRTER SUWANEE, Ga.—Newt Gingrich's prospects for the Republican presidential nomination may well rest with voters such as Jim and Karen McAfee.

Does it help Rick Santorum to slam JFK on religion's role in politics?

Christian Science Monitor -
Rick Santorum on Sunday attacked John F. Kennedy's 1960 speech affirming separation of church and state. With two-thirds of Americans saying religion is 'losing influence' in US life, he may be playing to those who worry about that.

Michigan voter turnout projected at 15-20 percent

Chicago Tribune -
LANSING, Mich.— Michigan election officials are expecting between 15 percent and 20 percent of the state's registered voters to cast ballots in the presidential primary election.

Best Buy drops iPad 2 by $50 ahead of expected iPad 3 launch

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By Nathan Olivarez-Giles Best Buy quietly rolled out the price drops over the weekend for every variation of iPad 2 offered -- so the starting price of the 16-gigabyte, Wi-Fi-only iPad 2 is down to $449.99 from $499.99 and the most expensive iPad, ...

Skype for Windows Phone app coming in April

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Exciting news for Windows Phone users: A full Skype app is going to become available to you in April - and you can try a beta version of it right now.

Look for the smartphone's future in the PC's past

by Charles Cooper February 27, 2012 3:22 PM PST Follow @coopydoop Google's Android chief says the OS wasn't built to change the dynamics of the smartphone industry.

How Apple snookered Proview to get the iPad trademark

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By Philip Elmer-DeWitt February 27, 2012: 7:09 PM ET Fresh details of the subterfuge emerge in a US lawsuit. Apple doesn't deny any of it.

Hicks: Uma Thurman pregnant at age 41

San Jose Mercury News -
By Tony Hicks Uma Thurman, 41, is set to welcome her first child with financier Arpad Busson, a rep for the actress told on Monday.

Sacha Baron Cohen's red carpet stunt had Academy worried

Chicago Tribune -
LOS ANGELES ( - Sacha Baron Cohen's stunt of spilling ashes on Ryan Seacrest on the Oscar red carpet earned the comic a quick visit from Academy president Tom Sherak and Oscar show producer Brian Grazer, who went to Baron Cohen's dressing ...

Jennifer Lopez Laughed Off Nip Slip Drama

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Jennifer Lopez couldn't contain her laughter when she learned about the drama surrounding her maybe/maybe not nipple moment at the Oscars last night ... this according to her personal stylist. TMZ spoke with Rob Zangardi ...who personally zipped J.Lo ...

James Spader exiting 'The Office'

Entertainment Weekly -
by James Hibberd The actor joined the show's eighth year after his brief turn in the show's seventh season finale. Spader played Dunder Mifflin's quirky confident CEO Robert California, stepping in after star Steve Carell's departed the series.

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Holly Cain has covered racing in all its forms for 21 years, winning multiple awards from the Associated Press Sports Editors and Society of Professional Journalists for feature and news writing.

New Arena Deal for Kings

New York Times -
A tentative deal was reached to finance a new arena that would keep the Kings in Sacramento. The City Council is expected to vote on the plan March 6. Mayor Kevin Johnson, NBA Commissioner David Stern and the Maloof family, which owns the Kings, ...

Preds, Canucks early winners with deadline deals -
By Dan Rosen - Senior Writer Trade deadline day included 16 trades involving 19 teams. You can argue only one was truly of the blockbuster variety, but several teams fared well enough to end the day with high hopes for both their short-term and ...

Report: Rams Will Trade No. 2 Overall Pick In NFL Draft -
All the pre-NFL draft speculation in recent weeks has surrounded the Indianapolis Colts, proud owners of the No. 1 selection in the April pecking order - but now, there's big news regarding the No.

Melting Arctic link to cold, snowy UK winters

BBC News -
By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC News The progressive shrinking of Arctic sea ice is bringing colder, snowier winters to the UK and other areas of Europe, North America and China, a study shows.

Tallest, Fattest Penguin Found

Discovery News -
By Jennifer Viegas The world's tallest and heaviest known penguin stood around 5 feet tall and weighed about 130 pounds. The huge penguin lived 27 million years ago in New Zealand alongside other large penguins.

Cheat, lie, break the law? Chances are, you're rich -
The wealthy really are different from everyone else: They're more likely to cheat, lie, and break the law. At least that's the unflattering conclusion of a team of professors from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management and the ...

Wii games don't mean kids exercise more: study

(Reuters) - Virtual boxing, tennis and dancing along with video game systems may not be helping children meet daily exercise requirements, according to a US study.
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