Stan Musial, the St. Louis Cardinals star who was one of the greatest players in the history of baseball, died at his home outside St. Louis on Saturday. He was 92.
First lady Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia were rocking out with hundreds of kids from military families and Washington-area public schools at the Kids’ Inaugural Concert on Saturday.
Earl Weaver, the notoriously feisty Hall of Fame manager who guided the Baltimore Orioles to the World Series title in 1970, died at age 82 on Saturday. His marketing agent said he died on a Caribbean cruise associated with the Orioles.
CBS prevented subsidiary tech site CNET from awarding Dish Network’s Hopper a “Best of CES” accolade, because the companies are embroiled in a lawsuit. Dish has taken the suppression and turned it into a marketing opportunity.
Cooler weather has brought relief to Australian fire fighters battling bushfires across the south east of the country. More than a hundred and twenty fires are still burning, with more than two dozen still out of control, local media reported.
Amateur video appears to show burnt out vehicles following a government attack on a convoy of vehicles from an Algerian desert gas plant. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
U.S. President Barack Obama begins inauguration weekend by participating in a nationwide day of community service. Deborah Lutterbeck reports
Remember that time Piers Morgan was nice? Neither do we. The CNN host seems to find it difficult to play well with others when they don’t share his point of view.
The upcoming G90 case from G-Form gives cell phones rugged protection and flips incoming photos and video 90 degrees for low-profile mounting. The case will be available in June.
Here’s the latest news for Saturday, January 19: Algeria: 32 militants, 23 hostages dead; Obama touts ‘giving back’; Hundreds join pro-gun rallies in state capitals; Turkish leader threatened with gun during speech.