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For February 29, 2012 – Mitt Romney wins by 'enough', Egypt arrests al Qaeda leaders, and fire and NASCAR driver tweets from car and gains 100,000 followers...
• Romney survives Michigan as all eyes turn to Super Tuesday: "A relieved Mitt Romney headed back to the campaign trail Wednesday after sweeping crucial primaries in Arizona and his childhood home of Michigan to revitalize his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination."
• Egypt arrests al Qaeda leader: "Investigators in Egypt arrested an al Qaeda leader on Wednesday, authorities and state media reported, although there is doubt about the man's identity. Alaa Mahmoud, an Interior Ministry spokesman, said authorities in Cairo arrested Mohamed Mohamed Ibrahim Makkawi. Authorities think that Makkawi could be the alias for a top al Qaeda leader named Saif al-Adel."
• Storm system slashes through central U.S.: "Pounding rain and swirling, destructive winds raking several Plains states killed a woman in Missouri overnight and injured at least nine people in Kansas, authorities said Wednesday. Kansas was socked Tuesday night and Gov. Sam Brownback declared a state of emergency for a small town hit badly by the severe weather."
• NASCAR driver tweets from car, gains 100,000 followers: "When the Daytona 500 ran into a protracted delay following an explosion and fire on the track Monday night, NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski did what any social media addict would: grabbed his phone and began posting status updates to Twitter."