He Works Hard for the Money: President Obama urges Congress to "pass this jobs bill" — a $442 billion stimulus package — yesterday afternoon. Calls the current political state a "circus".
Fashion Don't: A French tribunal fines fashion guru John Galliano 6,000 euros ($8,290) for his October and February anti-Semitic rants in Paris bars.
A New Bone to Pick: A South African fossil could be the long-awaited missing link between apes and humans. Find sparks re-evaluation of human evolution.
On the Road: Despite his denial, sources confirm that Moammar Gadhafi has fled to Niger. With a growing amount of international warrants on his back, Gadhafi is rapidly approaching a violent rebel rebuttal.
Blood Blokes: England, Scotland and Wales have lifted a 30-year-old ban — based on HIV scares — on homosexual and bisexual men donating blood.
Vague Violence: US officials are tipped off about a "credible but unconfirmed al-Qaida threat" targeting Washington, D.C. and New York City tunnels and bridges.
Too Far?: The Berlin University of the Arts introduces a prototype for "sensory" cellphones of the future that could breathe on your neck, hold your hand, and even simulate kisses.
Fire Never Sleeps: Adding to the growing tally of state wildfires, a three-alarm fire in Cornelius, Oregon kept at least 60 firefighters working late into the night.
Where We're Going, We Won't Need Laces: Nike unveils its Back to the Future-esque Marty McFly shoe at Universal Studios. A portion of the electronic shoe's profits go towards eradicating Parkinson's disease. Check out the star-studded ad here.
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