What we’re following: - Troops surround city seized by rebels in Libya - ‘The King’s Speech’ wins big at the Oscars - America’s last World War I veteran dies And did you see… - Gmail bug wipes out some user accounts - Taco Bell runs ad battling the where’s the beef question - Charlie Sheen demands 50% raise
iPad 2 announcement next week? →
What we’re following: - Four American hostages killed by pirates - Earthquake rocks New Zealand - Khaddafy defiant in the face of mounting revolt And did you see… - Film of JFK on eve of assassination surfaces - Oil prices soar amid unrest in the Middle East - Solar storm with the power of Katrina?
What we’re following: - Libya in turmoil - Midwest dealing with another winter storm - Schools cut lunch options for kids who struggle to pay And did you see… - Rookie wins the Daytona 500 - Planet could be unrecognizable by 2050 - What is plural for Toyota Prius?
What we’re following: - House to vote on domestic cuts - Wisconsin union vote on hold as democrats flee the state - Egyptians celebrate at ‘victory march’ And did you see… - CBS reporter speaks about speech issue at Grammys - Facebook adds civil union and domestic partnership status - Family sues over a nacho cheese burn at Disney World
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Brian makes an appearance on ‘The Daily Show’
What we’re following: - Crackdown in Bahrain - Honda recalling 700,000 vehicles - 10,000 babies suffer crib injuries each year And did you see… - ‘Seinfeld’ actor Len Lesser dies - DC wax museum to show all 44 presidents - President Obama to meet with Zuckerberg, Jobs
What we’re following: - Madoff says banks had to have known about Ponzi scheme - Egypt-style protests hit Libya - Anti-government protests spread across Yemen And did you see… - Lance Armstrong calls it quits for good - Borders files for bankruptcy protection - Balding at 20 linked to prostate cancer risk later in life
Court confirms: IP addresses aren't people (and... →
infoneer-pulse: Wrapping up the last of the United Kingdom’s notorious copyright infringement “pay up” letter cases, a UK patent and copyright judge has had a major revelation. Just because some lawyer cites an Internet Protocol (IP) address where illegal file sharing may have taken place, that doesn’t mean that the subscriber living there necessarily did the dirty deed. Or is responsible for...
What we’re following: - President Obama to hold news conference to talk budget - Lawsuit: Pentagon ignored sexual harassment - Berlusconi to stand trial in teen sex case And did you see… - Colombia seizes smugglers’ 99 foot submarine - Man and Machine tied on Jeopardy - Duane Reade to sell over the counter DNA tests
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What we’re following: - Hundreds march in Iran opposition rally - Mark Kelly tells Brian Williams Rep. Giffords is speaking - Energy drinks can be dangerous for teens And did you see… - Lady Antebellum cleans up at the Grammys - China overtakes Japan as the World’s #2 economy - Smaller iPhone ready in time for summer?
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Live video of the celebration in Tahrir Square after it’s announced that President Mubarak stepped down.
President Mubarak has stepped down giving control... →
What we’re following: - Mubarak leaves Cairo - Massive gas explosion leads to questions about pipelines - Fannie and Freddie to go away? And did you see… - Hospitals start to ban smokers from working there - eHarmony hacked, some user information stolen - Pilots admit to falling asleep in the cockpit
king5news: “I don’t think I have any adrenaline, I’ll have to manufacture some.” Gutsy Mary Thornberry after the last leg of her trip home from Cairo.
What we’re following: - Snow-buried states brace for more… - Egypt protesters fear revenge if Mubarak stays - First Lady: No smoking, no Facebook in the White House And did you see… - Purse-wielding grandmother stops heist in progress - Patriot Act extension fails - CIA officers made grave mistakes, still got promoted
President Obama has quit smoking →
What we’re following: - Egypt VP says they won’t punish protesters - Toyota profits plunge amid recall concerns - U.S. tops worldwide shark attack list And did you see.. - Elderly woman stops heist with her handbag - Mark Zuckerberg says he is being stalked on Facebook - ‘Spider-Man’ musical reviews are in and they’re not good
What we’re following: - Egyptian government, opposition deadlocked - Chase changes military loan program - Starting solid foods early linked to obesity risk And did you see… - Flu vaccine could kill all strains - Packers take another Super Bowl title - AOL buys the Huffington Post
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today: Protesters in Tahrir Square join in song “The crowd, led by a guitarist, broke into song – the first time this has happened today, and it really underscores how different today – so far – is shaping up to be in the square. The crowd sings back as the guitarist leads chants of ‘down with Mubarak’ over a good hook.”
Brian Williams reveals some breaking news on ‘30 Rock’
What we’re following: - Thousands gather in Tahrir Square to try and drive Mubarak out - Mark Kelly, Rep. Giffords’ husband, will announce he will command the shuttle Endeavour - Jobs created lower than expected And did you see… - 1,500 year old church found in Israel - 5 inches of snow hits Dallas - Preview the Super Bowl ads
Brian Williams reports amid gunfire in Cairo