Jan 18, 2012

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  1. Websites go dark in protest of proposed legislation
    More than a dozen websites have gone dark to protest a pair of anti-piracy bills they claim will gut the Internet.
  2. Problems plague cleanup at Hanford nuclear waste site
    Technical problems are raising costs and slowing progress in an unprecedented federal cleanup of nuclear waste at a former weapons facility.
  3. Historic winter storm likely to blast Northwest
    Seattle is bracing for more than a foot of snow, which would be the city's biggest snowstorm in decades.
  4. Golfer, swim coach nabbed in child sex sting
    Two sports-related people face charges of seeking to have sex with minors after a sting in Florida led to 40 arrests.
  5. Billick: Tebow must lay off weights
    Former coach thinks Broncos may import serious threat to Tebow's job, says QB must lay off the weightlifting to improve passing prowess.
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  1. Golfer, swim coach nabbed in child sex sting
    Two sports-related people face charges of seeking to have sex with minors after a sting in Florida led to 40 arrests.
  2. Billick: Tebow must lay off weights
    Former coach thinks Broncos may import serious threat to Tebow's job, says QB must lay off the weightlifting to improve passing prowess.
  3. Paula Deen fallout: Bourdain, veganism, 'DWTS'
    Fans and experts are reacting to the celeb chef's revelation that she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2008.
  4. Gingrich: I win S.C., I win the GOP nomination
    Newt Gingrich is telling South Carolina Republicans they can make history in this weekend's primary.
  5. Nationally known ice climber dead after fall
    Jack Roberts died after falling 60 feet at Bridal Veil Falls in Colorado.
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