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Ray McDonald spins the 50th Grammy Award Ceremony - For the first time in the Grammy Awards' 50-year history, women comprise the entire Best New Artist lineup.

Headsarves may soon be allowed in Turkey - Deputy Prime Minister Cemil Cicek said the lifting of the ban is being done to end discrimination.

U.S. Army helicopter pilot charged with stealing Antiquities - Johnson , 44, a Chief Warrant Officer, was deployed to Cairo from February to October of 2002.

Millions stranded in China as Lunar New Year begins - Officials say scores of people have died in recent weeks in snow-related accidents.

Maharishi Mahesh, Yogi Guru to the stars, dies - Members of the Beatles rock music band made repeated pilgrimages to the Himalayan foothills to study his meditation technique, known as TM.

Palestinian militants, civilian killed by Israeli Forces - Officials of the Islamic militant group Hamas say five of the Palestinians who died in the fighting in the northern Gaza Strip were Hamas members.

CIA 'waterboarding' defended by White House - Agency now admits it used the technique roughly five years ago on three top terror suspects.

Secret Service needs bilingual Special Agents - Agency offers a Foreign Language Recruitment Bonus of 25% of base pay.

Opium production 'shockingly high' in Afghanistan - Antonio Maria Costa states, 'Opium is a massive source of revenue for the Taliban.'

WVU named 'Academic Arm' of FBI's Biometric Center - West Virginia University is the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s lead academic partner in biometrics research, under the terms of an agreement signed today on the WVU campus.

Bush may retreat from Security Commitment to Iraq - Anticipating resistance from Congress, President reconsiders unprecedented expansion of executive power.

Snowstorms in China may signal 'freak weather' now norm - Salvano Briceño warns that world must prepare for 'new kinds of disasters.'

Atlanta anticipates Passion Play - Producer John Glover has, for 32 years, found new ways to bring tremendous joy to audience.

Flashpoint: Book One of the Underground - Flashpoint is the story of an alternative future where patriotism meets tyranny, the Patriot Act waxes Stalin-esque and the violence of terrorism has united the world.

Thursday Launch for Atlantis-- weather willing - Liftoff is scheduled for 2:45 p.m. EST, which is the middle of the 10-minute launch window.

Holocaust Museum opens Online Youth Service Program - R3: Remembrance, Reflection, Response honors the memory of the more than one million Jewish children who were murdered during the Holocaust.

Relief Workers suffer attacks in Afghanistan - Workers trying to assist vulnerable communities with food, medicine and warm clothing amid recent heavy snowfall and a rise in food prices.

Persecution on the rise reports China Aid - In 2007, the known religious cases in which house churches were persecuted by the government covered 18 provinces and one municipality.

Abortion Clinic Owner Pleads Guilty - Belkis Gonzalez gets 5 years for practicing medicine without a license.

Yellow Fever Reappears in Paraguay - Public health officials in Paraguay have confirmed that yellow fever has reappeared after 34 years.


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