Tuesday, January 31, 2012

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Tuesday, January 31, 2012 4:12 AM PST
Morning take: Eli Manning defends Sanchez
ESPN Blogs Tue, 31 Jan 2012 04:07 AM PST
Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East: New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning says Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez gets too much blame. Morning take: I think there is a case to be made here. But Manning knows better than anyone that expectations are always high in the Big Apple. Sanchez can learn from Manning’s perseverance and try to bounce back next season. After ...

FHP, governor launch investigations into decisions made on deadly day on I-75
St. Petersburg Times Tue, 31 Jan 2012 04:07 AM PST
By Jamal Thalji, Marissa Lang and Emily Nipps, Times Staff Writers Monday, January 30, 2012 For three hours early Sunday morning, the Florida Highway Patrol shut down a stretch of Interstate 75 outside Gainesville because fog and smoke from a nearby prairie fire had made it too dangerous to drive. Then at 3:26 a.m., officials reopened the interstate. One of the deadliest crashes in Florida ...

FC Letchworth too strong in extra time
St Albans & Harpenden Review Tue, 31 Jan 2012 04:03 AM PST
FC Letchworth had to work hard for their 7-3 extra time win over Tansley in the first round of the Benevolent Shield.

Women: Can you flaunt too much cleavage?
Belfast Telegraph Tue, 31 Jan 2012 04:03 AM PST
Finding a dress you feel great in and which shows off your best assets is a Godsend, but when you reach a certain age, such a display of your charms seems to attract a backlash of criticism. Related Stories Can you flaunt too much cleavage ..? Kourtney Kardashian proud of sisters' Vogue cover Rose Byrne: Wintour inspires my hair Zoe Saldana's SAG hair explained

PHL Science Education: How early is too early?
GMA News Online via Yahoo! Philippines News Tue, 31 Jan 2012 04:01 AM PST
Reports that Science will no longer be offered in Grade 1 once the Department of Education’s K+12 program is implemented elicited negative reactions from Social Networking sites. Netizens mourned the exclusion of what turned out to be been a long-standing practice in public schools.

NISA upholding stress tests but too closed: IAEA
The Japan Times Tue, 31 Jan 2012 04:00 AM PST
The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency has been overseeing reactor stress tests in a proper manner but needs to communicate better with the people living near such facilities, an International Atomic Energy Agency official said Tuesday. "Overall, our impression is that NISA's process is generally consistent with the IAEA safety standards" as well as other international efforts, such as stress ...

German court rules against Samsung in Apple fight
The Washington Times Tue, 31 Jan 2012 03:58 AM PST
BERLIN (AP) - A German appeals court has upheld a decision prohibiting Samsung Electronics Co. from selling two of its tablet computers in Germany, agreeing with Apple Inc. that they too closely resemble the iPad2. The Duesseldorf state court ruled Tuesday that neither the South Korean company's Galaxy Tab 10.1 nor ...

After slow start, Heat too much for Hornets
Boston Herald Tue, 31 Jan 2012 03:56 AM PST
MIAMI - Sometimes Dwyane Wade has veto power over Heat coach Erik Spoelstra. Like Monday, for instance. Midway...

Express India Tue, 31 Jan 2012 03:54 AM PST
Defence Minister too blames Army for goof-up; SC to finally decide Gen Singh's right date of birth.

Madonna explains her Like A Virgin knicker moment (28 years on)
Daily Mirror Tue, 31 Jan 2012 03:53 AM PST
Seldom don't we see Lady Gaga's pants during performances. But for those too young or too old to remember, it was pioneering pop rebel Madonna who started that trend nearly thirty years ago, by flashing the audience, accidentally, during her performance of Like A Virgin at the VMAs in 1984.

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