Egypt protests move into a fifth day.
Egypt protests told through social media.
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Japan volcano erupts.
Dugway Proving Ground was shut down because they lost some nerve gas.
President Biden visits Yahoo! Answers.
A yellow taxi exploded in New York last night.
A solider proposes, but called the wrong number.
World wishes Nelson Mandela well after he's hospitalized.
Snow day music.
An oceanic news roundup.
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"Winning the future" wins the slogan contest.
Davos on Twitter.
Jerry the Great: the Seinfeld movie.
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Taco Bell meat not actually meat, law firm says (and if you've ever eaten it, you already knew that)
Taco Bell meat isn't -- wait for it -- meat!
Protests break out in Egypt.
CCTV video footage caught the Moscow explosion on tape.
Reactions to Oscar nominations.
Etta James turns 73 today.
Sarkozy's Facebook page was hacked this weekend.
Oprah's big secret fails to impress, so let's come up with some new ones.
Jared Loughner is scheduled to appear in federal court Monday.
Kathie Lee Gifford does a keg stand. Period.
The pope blesses social media.
Videos emerge of the Moscow airport explosion.
An explosion in the Moscow airport may have been a suicide bomber.
Jack Lalanne, the godfather of fitness, dies at 96.
Bhimsen Joshi died at the age of 89.