Feb 25, 2012

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  1. Gunman kills 2 Americans inside Afghan ministry
    The commander of NATO and U.S. forces says that all NATO personnel are being recalled from Afghan ministries in Kabul.
  2. Danica Patrick wins pole at Daytona in NASCAR Nationwide
    She qualifies first the day after returning from a heavy impact sustained during a crash in a qualifying race for the Daytona 500.
  3. Modelo Especial: Booming beer brand no one is talking about
    A lesser known beer has quietly put up some impressive numbers of its own in recent industry sales reports: Modelo Especial.
  4. Lin disappears in Rising Stars Challenge
    Jeremy Lin is sharing the backcourt with Ricky Rubio in BBVA Rising Stars Challenge, but they're trailing in the second half.
  5. Craig James: Being gay 'a choice'
    Former ESPN college football analyst Craig James is trying to woo voters with some anti-gay rhetoric.
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  1. Lin disappears in Rising Stars Challenge
    Jeremy Lin is sharing the backcourt with Ricky Rubio in BBVA Rising Stars Challenge, but they're trailing in the second half.
  2. Craig James: Being gay 'a choice'
    Former ESPN college football analyst Craig James is trying to woo voters with some anti-gay rhetoric.
  3. EA to bring 'The Simpsons' to iPad and iPhone
    Homer, Bart and the rest of The Simpsons are set to invade your iOS devices.
  4. Obama, GOP duel over rising gas prices
    Gas prices dominated the Saturday radio addresses, as President Obama stressed an "all-of-the-above approach" to energy development, while Republicans ...
  5. Racist guilty of bomb attack on Ariz. official
    A white supremacist has been convicted of a 2004 mail-bomb attack that injured a black official in a Phoenix suburb.
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