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Authorities say an explosion at a hotel near SeaWorld San Diego has injured three people, one seriously.
San Diego Fire-Rescue Department spokesman Maurice Luque said the cause of Wednesday's explosion at the Heritage Inn Sea World Hotel is unclear.
The victims were taken to a hospital to be treated for burns.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
A man was charged late on Tuesday afternoon in a shooting at a community college in Houston, Texas that have left four people hospitalized and touched off fears that the campus had been the site of another mass shooting.
The man is Carlton Berry, 22, and he was charged with aggravated assault but remained hospitalized for injuries sustained in the shooting.
A dispute between Mr. Berry and another man on Tuesday led to the shooting at Lone Star College’s North Harris campus, the authorities said. At least one of the men may have been a student or a former student at the college. Both were detained by the authorities.
Three people were wounded by gunfire, including the two men in the altercation and a maintenance worker who was shot in the leg. A fourth person, who was not shot, was taken to a hospital with medical problems.
School officials said the campus would reopen on Wednesday morning on a normal schedule.
The college, which has 19,000 students, was evacuated, and Houston police officers and Harris County sheriff’s deputies spent hours clearing the buildings and deeming them safe.
Officials with the Sheriff’s Office said they received the first call at 12:19 p.m. They said they did not know what the dispute was about. One of the men in the altercation had student identification, but officials had not confirmed that he was enrolled at the college.
An official with the Sheriff’s Office, Maj. Armando Tello, said there appeared to be only one gun involved. Major Tello was the acting sheriff because Sheriff Adrian Garcia was out of town.
The shooting shocked students, faculty members and administrators at the 200-acre campus. The school is in northern Harris County and about 30 minutes from downtown. It is so close to George Bush Intercontinental Airport that college officials said one can often look up and wave at the passengers.
Students said they did not realize that the shots were actually gunfire. Because the shooting occurred outdoors — in a center courtyard near the library and academic buildings, officials said — many heard the sounds. One student sitting at a table on the third floor of the library thought it was a book cart toppling.
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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton offered an unwavering defense on Wednesday morning of the Obama administration’s response to the 2012 assaults on U.S. government posts in Benghazi, Libya.
Clinton again took responsibility for any of the security lapses in Benghazi but praised the response from her department and other government agencies. Clinton said that the attacks “are part of a broader strategic challenge to the United States and our partners in North Africa” because of the emergence of violent extremism there.
As Clinton had begun her testimony, she became visibly emotional as she recalled meeting relatives of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans who were killed in the Sept. 11 assault.
“I stood next to President Obama as the Marines carried those flag-draped caskets off the plane at Andrews [Air Force Base],” she told senators, choking back tears.”I put my arms around the mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, sons and daughters.”
Her appearance before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee had valedictory overtones, as she plans to step down once Sen. John Kerry (D., Mass.) has been confirmed as the new top diplomat.
“It has been one of the greatest honors of my life to lead the men and women of the State Department and [the U.S. Agency for International Development],” she said.
After listing a battery of government reactions to the Sept. 11 assault in Libya, she praised the work force of her agency. “They ask what they can do for their country,” she said.
Clinton also is scheduled to testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee about the Benghazi attacks.
That hearing, like its Senate counterpart, will be public.
The grueling day of testimony comes as Clinton recovers from a month of health problems that began with a stomach virus and ended with her hospitalization for a blood clot near her brain. She has been back at work for two weeks, holding meetings, placing phone calls and making several abbreviated public appearances.
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Friday, January 18, 2013
Grammy award-winning R&B/Pop singer Beyoncé will perform at Super Bowl XLVII on February 3, 2013 in the New Orleans Superdome.
And in a not too surprising move, Sony music has announced that Destiny’s Child will reunite onstage at this years Super Bowl halftime show.
The girls will sing a newly written song, “Nuclear” which will be released on a Destiny’s Child compilation album called “Love Songs.” All tracks on this album have been previously released with the exception of the new song Nuclear.
What follows here, is a recap of the worst (or best, depending on your point of view) mistakes, gaffes and bloopers from Super Bowl’s past.
For Superbowl XXIX in 1995, the NFL presented what appeared to be an infomercial for the Indiana Jones movie series, featuring the newly designed Disneyland ride featuring a Raiders of the Lost Ark theme, with random actors and actresses not from the original movie series chasing after the stolen Vince Lombardi trophy.
For Superbowl XLV in 2011, the NFL presented The Black Eyed Peas, and the technical effects coordinator got a Black Eye for the numerous electronic malfunctions during the bands performance. Right off the bat, Fergie’s microphone began to break up, followed by the band singing off key, in 2 different keys, and if that wasn’t bad enough, Fergie’s duo with drug-addled Slash, of Guns and Roses fame, recalled the worst audition from American Idol.
For Superbowl XLIV in 2010, the NFL presented the rock band The Who, and lead singer Roger Daltrey had us all saying, Who are you?, and who told this guy can sing? While singing live, he sang off key and missed some high notes, perhaps indicating that his voice is shot from the famous “We Won’t Get Fooled Again” scream at the songs end, which when trying to lip-sync to that song, (because he can’t reach the high notes anymore) he missed his cues, making it look like the band was performing on the Ed Sullivan Show.
For Superbowl XXXVII in 2003, the NFL presented Country Western Legend Shania Twain. While she sang live, the band played “Guitar Hero” instruments, pretending to play while Ms. Twain attempted to sing live to prerecorded music, no small feat, which she botched terribly.
For Superbowl XXIII in 1989, the NFL presented, get this, “Elvis Presto,” a non-singing Elvis Impersonator that performed magic tricks.
For Superbowl XXV in 1991, the NFL presented the New Kids On The Block, the boy band that launched the careers on several of the bands members, most notably, Donnie Wahlberg. This Superbowl performance turned into the superbowl performance that wasn’t. The evenings festivities was dedicated to the soldiers participating in Operation Desert Storm, and ironically, was pre-empted ABC news coverage of, that’s right, the fighting of Desert Storm. Many thanks to Gen. Norman Schwarzkoph.
For Superbowl XLI in 2007, the NFL presented Prince, the second most popular musician with only one name, the first being Elvis of course. During his rendition of Purple Rain, while playing the guitar solo, he appeared behind a giant curtain and his image was projected from behind to the audience, which may have been ok if it was anybody but Prince. It was Prince however, and the shadow image portrayed to the audience made it appear that Prince was the devil himself, complete with barbed penis and tail.
For Superbowl XLIII in 2009, the NFL presented Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band. The show was nearly stopped before it ever got started, because Bruce Springsteen’s entry on stage, a running, sliding entry towards a cameraman, which he over-shot, crashing into the camera, and almost rupturing his private parts. He recovered well, and sang his high notes extremely well that night for some reason. Rumor has it he auditioned for the Vienna boys choir later that year.
For Superbowl XXXVI in 2002, the NFL presented Irish rock band U2. The performance was dedicated to the victims of 9/11, with their names projected onto a screen behind the stage while the band played. However, Bono choice of songs to sing, notably, “Where The Streets Have No Name” made for bad form as the songs lyrics include the phrases, “Still building and burning down love” and “We’re Beaten And Blown By Wind – Trampled In Dust”. Disgraceful. The only thing that would have been worse is if the Steve Miller Band had performed “Big Ol’ Jet Airliner.”
And finally for Superbowl XXXVIII in 2004, the NFL presented Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake. In what has become the most sought after video clip of all time, we have the famous Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction. As the duo were performing, Timberlake appears to brush into Jackson, pushing her bustier aside to reveal her right breast and nipple, complete with pasty, at just the right moment. Looking surprised and shocked, remember Ms. Jackson was once an actress, Jackson quickly covers up, but not before letting the viewing audience catch a glimpse of her assets.
At least 12 Algerians and foreigners are known dead from the takeover at a natural gas facility in eastern
Algeria, the state Algerian Press Service reported Friday, but al-Qaeda-linked militants continued to hold as many as seven hostages.
The news service, noting that its figures are "provisional," said 18 of the kidnappers were also "put out of action."
Reports of casualties -- and even the number of hostages involved -- have fluctuated wildly since more than a dozen al-Qaeda-linked militants attacked the facility on Wednesday, taking scores of Algerian and foreign hostages.
APS reported earlier Friday that Algerian soldiers freed 573 Algerians and nearly 100 of the 132 non-Algerians in Thursday's raid at the remote desert site.
Even with the latest report, however, it remains unclear how many foreign workers died in the raid or of what nationality, and how many escaped the facility.
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