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Wednesday, January 18,2012

Obama to barnstorm swing states after State of the Union speech

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
President Obama will follow up his State of the Union address next week with a three-day, five-city swing through electoral battleground states. The White House announced Wednesday that Obama will make stops in Iowa, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado and Michigan next week to sell his election-year agenda, which likely will focus on jobs.
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Wednesday, January 18,2012

Cruise disaster raises questions of industry safety

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
The recent grounding of Carnival Corp.’s Costa Concordia ship off Italy’s coast left cruise fans wondering: Could this happen on a cruise departing from the U.S., particularly the cruise hub of South Florida?
Wednesday, January 18,2012

‘American Idol’s’ offstage rivals

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Something about TV singing shows tends to bring out the worst in human nature: put-downs, feuds and back-stabbing. But enough about the producers. At least the contestants are usually polite to each other.
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Wednesday, January 18,2012

Supreme Court backs students in MySpace cases

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
School officials were put on notice they can be sued for violating the FirstAmendment if they discipline students for vulgar and malicious postings on home computers.
Tuesday, January 17,2012

Wikipedia, others plan 1-day blackout over anti-piracy bills

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Most people probably haven’t paid much attention to the huge corporations waging war in Washington over legislation designed to crack down on online theft of movies, music and other content. But the conflict will hit consumers in the face Wednesday, when Wikipedia and several other websites intend to go dark to protest the proposed changes.
Tuesday, January 17,2012

Steve Jobs doll withdrawn after objections by his family, Apple

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
An eerily lifelike Steve Jobs doll will not be sold because the company behind the product received “immense pressure” from Apple’s lawyers and the late CEO’s family to not sell the figurine.
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Tuesday, January 17,2012

Romney takes some heat over Bain Capital’s actions

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
In one of the most sustained batterings he has endured in the 2012 presidential primary debates, Mitt Romney was repeatedly put on the defensive over his business and government record and the attack ads by his supporters that are swamping South Carolina’s airwaves.
Monday, January 16,2012

Zappos hacked: Information from 24 million users stolen

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Online retailer Zappos.com and its discount affiliate, 6pm.com, disclosed Sunday a data breach that compromised customer account information such as billing addresses and the last four digits of credit card numbers.
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Monday, January 16,2012

Jon Huntsman exits GOP race, backs Mitt Romney

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Whether Jon M. Huntsman Jr. has a political future or not, he will go down in history as the first American presidential candidate to deliver a retort in Mandarin Chinese during a nationally televised debate.
Monday, January 16,2012

Golden Globes show is surprisingly stately

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Despite all his tough talk leading to Sunday night’s broadcast, it was a markedly respectful and restrained Ricky Gervais who showed up to host this year’s Golden Globes, leaving one to wonder why he bothered to take the gig at all (except for the money, of course).
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