Mar 14, 2012

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  1. Jermaine Jones disqualified from 'Idol'
    Jermaine Jones has been disqualified from the competition for concealing arrests from the show's producers.
  2. Goldman exec quits with scathing public rebuke of the firm
    Greg Smith's essay in The New York Times says Goldman has lost its "moral fiber."
  3. Swiss bus crash kills 28, including 22 children
    A tour bus carrying Belgian students crashed into a wall in a Swiss tunnel, killing 28.
  4. Strong quakes shake Japan, but no apparent damage
    A series of earthquakes rattled Tokyo and northeast Japan late Wednesday evening, but caused no apparent damage or injury.
  5. Carmelo's agent: Client doesn't want out
    According to one newspaper, Carmelo Anthony wants a new coach for the Knicks. Anthony's agent denies that or that he wants a trade.
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  1. Jermaine Jones disqualified from 'Idol'
    Jermaine Jones has been disqualified from the competition for concealing arrests from the show's producers.
  2. Carmelo's agent: Client doesn't want out
    According to one newspaper, Carmelo Anthony wants a new coach for the Knicks. Anthony's agent denies that or that he wants a trade.
  3. Wyoming tribe gets OK to kill 2 bald eagles
    A Wyoming Indian tribe has received federal approval to kill two bald eagles for religious ceremonies, the Associated Press reports.
  4. Goldman exec resigns, blasts firm as 'toxic'
    In a scathing column in The New York Times, the executive director of Goldman Sachs resigns, blasting the firm's 'toxic" environment.
  5. Obama team uses bad poll numbers to raise cash
    President Obama's re-election is using bad polls to try to raise campaign cash.
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