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USA TODAY’s 2012 MLB Preview has the essential information every fan needs for the upcoming season. Eight different regional covers to choose from. Get a leg up on all your fellow fantasy league owners. Fantasy Baseball 2012 covers all of your draft-day needs with key stats and analysis.

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Andrew Luck told his Stanford coach that he wants to earn everything, and that’s how he’ll approach the NFL. Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III may be very similar on paper, but there’s more to the draft’s top QBs than meets the eye. Peter King got the inside details from their coaches.


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The young Thunder put on quite a show on Sunday night. And there’s plenty more where that came from. Daily Dime “Durant gets 51, Westbrook adds 40 in OT win “Wearing out the box score ”

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Amy Johnson of Minneapolis bought a $12 carwash voucher in November from Calhoun Beach Automotive, a BP gas station in the Uptown area of Minneapolis, but found the line too long to wait in. So she stashed the receipt, which had a code that would let her enter the automated carwash and that expired in 30 days.

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Sky Talk: American raises second checked bag fee on some international flights

Last week, American informed passengers that it was raising the second checked bag fee on some of its international routes. For U.S. customers traveling to the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America, the fee for a second checked bag is $40, up from $30.

Personas | Metropath(ologies) | An installation by Aaron Zinman

Personas is an art installation by Aaron Zinman that is a component of Metropath(ologies), an interactive exhibit by the Sociable Media Group, MIT Media Lab. Metropath(ologies) is by Alex Dragulescu, Yannick Assogba, Aaron Zinman under the direction of Prof. Judith Donath.

Sturgeon Spearing Season 2012 | Successful day | photoMojo | FOX11ONLINE.COM

America’s Best Bagger competition ReportIt: Week of Feb. 12, 2012 Ice shanties on ice floe in Green Bay Downtown Green Bay development check Campbellsport responds to tragedy Eagles at 1000 Islands Nature Center Bulldog adopts 6 wild boar piglets President Obama visits Milwaukee On the Campaign Trail: Feb.

Sky Talk: Arlington “drone” consortium to launch Feb. 27

The Unmanned Aerial Surveillance Consortium, an effort spearheaded by 15 corporate and government partners including the city of Arlington and University of  Texas at Arlington, will be formally launched Feb. 27. Wes Jurey, chairman of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, said the consortium’s goal is to develop commercial applications of unmanned aerial vehicles.

Sky Talk: F-35 getting too pricey? Now there’s a cheaper alternative

We’ll have more on this shortly after an interview with Lockheed Martin officials, but the company announced yesterday in Singapore that it will — reluctantly, perhaps — offer customers an upgraded version of the F-16, the F-16V. You can upgrade the planes you have now or even order new ones.


All-Canada Show sportshow touring Minneapolis, Chicago, Indy, Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, and St Louis in Jan-Feb promoting Canadas best fishing and hunting

ATTN: ALL-CANADA SHOW GUESTS THIS IS A CORRECTION TO THE ALL-CANADA GUIDE. Jerry and Ellie’s Cedar Lake Camp Email us if you have any comments about the site or about the All-Canada Show. See you at the shows! OFFICIAL Decorator of the All-Canada Show The All-Canada Show is a traveling exhibition of all things for fishing and hunting in Canada.


London riots: Ashraf Rossli, mugged Malaysian student’s attacker identified

Beau Isagba (pictured) was found guilty of grievous bodily harm at Wood Green Crown Court. His identity can be revealed for the first time today after the judge lifted an order that banned publication of his name.

Sky Talk: Arlington easy choice for AugustWestland tilt-rotor facility, exec says

When AgustaWestland acquired the commercial version of the tilt-rotor aircraft from former partner Bell Helicopter last year, it was “not a difficult choice” to pick North Central Texas for the program’s U.S. operations, said Bob LaBelle, managing director of the program.

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New Statesman – Why PETA makes me want to eat a barn owl

There’s a poem by Wendy Cope I absolutely love, called “Kindness to Animals”. She says that if she became a vegetarian and stopped eating lamb, she’d be both a better person — and thinner. It concludes: But the lamb is not endangeredAnd at least I can truthfully sayI have never, ever eaten a barn owl,So perhaps I am OK.

FEATURE: Man vs. Fashion Week – WWW.THEDAILY.COM

I am a guy who lives in New York. I have never attended a runway show before. The closest I’ve come to participating in New York Fashion Week is one night where I heard there were free tacos on Bond Street. And there were – in addition to people wearing leather slacks.

Syria: is it possible to rename streets on Google Maps?

Syrian protestors are trying to remove the president’s name from Google Maps. Just how is it done? In their struggle to free Syria from the clutches of President Bashar al-Assad, anti-government activists have embarked on a project to wipe him off the map. Literally.

Sky Talk: AMR CEO Horton received same salary as he did prior to promotion

AMR chief executive Tom Horton has not received a bump in pay since assuming the top job at American Airlines’ parent company. According to the company’s 10-K filing made on Wednesday, Horton received a salary of $618,135 in 2011, the same as in the two previous years.