Monday, January 17, 2011

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Here's the latest news for Monday, January 17th: Giffords condition upgraded, Obamas volunteer for MLK Day, Second Australian region faces massive flooding, Facebook movie leads Golden Globes

New Clashes With Police in Tunisia

New Clashes With Police in Tunisia

Police fired tear gas on protesters in Tunis on Monday. It is the latest clash in days of tension since the departure of the country's deposed president. (Jan. 17)

Flood Prep, Cleanup Continue in Australia

Flood Prep, Cleanup Continue in Australia

Towns in Australia's Victoria state were bracing for high water Monday, while those in Queensland continued to clean up after their devastating flooding. (17 January 2011)

Raw Video: Animals Rescued From Brazilian Floods

Raw Video: Animals Rescued From Brazilian Floods

Animals left homeless in the massive floods in Brazil are being rescued and cared for in local shelters. (Jan. 17)

Heavy Rains Cause Landslides in Northwest

Heavy Rains Cause Landslides in Northwest

Heavy rains across Washington and Oregon over the weekend caused multiple landslides that shut down roads across the region and threatened to top rivers already swollen with melted snow. (Jan. 17)

John Bolton Uncensored: the next US President?

John Bolton Uncensored: the next US President?

RT's Dina Gusovsky sits down with former UN Ambassador John Bolton for a candid conversation about his views on the new START Treaty, relations with China, defense spending, and a potential run for President in 2012. Bolton says that he believes if he were to run, he would get the Republican nomination and go head to head with President Obama in 2012. Bolton feels that the Obama administration has mishandled several national security issues, which has driven him to consider his own presidential run.

Today in History for January 17th

Today in History for January 17th.
January 17th: Ben Franklin born; Warsaw liberated from the Nazis; Eisenhower's farewell address; Magnitude 7.2 earthquake hits Japan; Al Capone, Muhammad Ali born

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Here's the latest news for Sunday, Jan. 16: Tucson Tea Party co-founder worried about threats; Ariz. shooting victim's organs donated to Boston girl; 3 killed in Hungary disco stampede; Violence rages on in Tunisia.

Young Ariz. Victim's Organs Given to Boston Girl

Young Ariz. Victim's Organs Given to Boston Girl

The father of the youngest victim of the Arizona massacre says some of her organs have been donated to a young girl in the Boston area. (Jan. 16)

"Sully" Reflects, 2 Years After Hudson Landing

"Sully" Reflects, 2 Years After Hudson Landing

Retired US Airways Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger looks back on the "Miracle on the Hudson," two years after he successfully landed a passenger jet in the Hudson River after its engines were disabled by bird strikes. (Jan. 14)

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