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For February 15, 2013 – Oscar Pistorius weeps in court, prosecutors to seek premeditated murder charge; Meteor blast injures 725 in Russia; tears and big hugs as cruise passengers reunite with families in Mobile...
• Oscar Pistorius weeps in court; prosecutors to seek premeditated murder charge: "South African sports icon Oscar Pistorius broke into tears Friday when a judge officially charged him with killing his girlfriend on Valentine's Day."
• Meteor blast injures 725 in Russia: "A meteor streaked through the skies above Russia's Urals region Friday morning, before exploding with a flash and boom that shattered glass in buildings and left hundreds of people hurt."
• Senate Democrats offer plan to avert mandatory cuts: "Senate Democrats proposed a $110 billion measure Thursday to put off mandatory across-the-board spending cuts set to take effect March 1."
• Teresa Heinz Kerry not a big winner in Buffett deal: "Teresa Heinz Kerry may carry the Heinz (HNZ, Fortune 500) name but she's not going to be able to cash in on the company's $28 billion sale."
• Tears and big hugs as cruise passengers reunite with families in Mobile: "A near party-atmosphere abounded aboard the cruise ship as it docked late Thursday at the Alabama Cruise Terminal, where some passengers hung over balcony rails, while others danced and waved signs."
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