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Uncovering Lost Path of the Most Wanted Nazi New York Times | The hidden journey of one of the world's most wanted Nazi war criminals, Aribert Ferdinand Heim, a medical doctor at Hitler's concentration camps, has been uncovered.
Bush Staffer Chides Obama for Lax Dress Code Inside Edition | Apparently Andy Card, former President George W. Bush's first chief of staff, is taking issue with President Obama's casual dress code. "There should be a dress code of respect. I wish that he would wear a suit coat and tie," Card says.
Experts in U.S. and China See a Chance for Cooperation Against Climate Change New York Times | Climate change is becoming a focal point in U.S.-China relations, and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to stress energy and global warming policies when she visits China during her first foreign trip.
A Mystery Portrait of Obama as a Young Man? Los Angeles Times | A California couple is trying to determine the subject of a mysterious oil painting done by an obscure Los Angeles artist. The portrait appears to be of President Obama as a young man wearing a 70s-era striped shirt, but the artist is dead and the couple's efforts to learn more have been futile.
Madoff Victims List Huffington Post | The complete list of people and companies that invested with Bernard Madoff's firm is now public. The long-awaited, 163-page document was released Wednesday in a court filing.
Life Goes on Around Body Found Frozen in Vacant Detroit Warehouse Detroit News | A man was found dead in the elevator shaft of a vacant Detroit warehouse, his body encased in a block of ice. Since Detroit News writer Charlie LeDuff broke the story last week, the Motor City has been abuzz. When the man was discovered, as a witness told LeDuff, his legs were "sticking out like Popsicle sticks."

By Ben Pershing  |  February 5, 2009; 8:09 AM ET
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