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For March 8, 2012 – World powers back 'sustained dialogue' on Iran nuclear program; 'Stop Kony' video goes viral and a new high-definition iPad from Apple...
• 'Stop Kony' video goes viral, puts spotlight on Ugandan warlord: "A half-hour documentary about a Ugandan warlord is one of the hottest videos on the Web today, reposted several million times on various social networking sites. The San Diego-based nonprofit Invisible Children produced the film. Their goal was to make Joseph Kony, the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, a household name."
• World powers back 'sustained dialogue' on Iran nuclear program: "International powers that agreed to resume nuclear talks with Tehran reaffirmed their support for "a diplomatic solution to the Iranian nuclear issue and readiness to restart dialogue with Iran" on Thursday."
• House set to vote on jobs bill aimed at small businesses: "The House is expected to vote Thursday on a jobs bill that would mark rare agreement between the Obama administration and House Republicans. The proposal called the JOBS Act, short for "Jump-starting Our Business Startups," comprises of six measures aimed at removing barriers to small business investment."
• Wells Fargo to charge $7 fee on more checking accounts: "Wells Fargo will start charging $7 a month for checking accounts in six more states, expanding on its efforts to do away with free checking accounts altogether. Last year, the bank transitioned a group of existing customers - mainly in Western states - to the same $7-a-month accounts that it provides new customers. And now existing customers in six more states are about to be hit with the fee."
• A new, high-definition iPad from Apple: "Apple rolled out a high-definition iPad on Wednesday with a faster processor, a better camera and a display screen that promises to be dramatically sharper than the current model, the iPad 2. The new 9.7-inch display screen will feature a "retina display" of 2047 by 1536 pixels, compared with the current model's 1024 by 768 pixels."