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For February 13, 2013 – Body found in burned cabin may be Christopher Dorner, tugboats give passengers on unsanitary cruise ship hope for relief and from national championship to jail for four Alabama football players...
• Body found in burned cabin may be Christopher Dorner: "It may take days before authorities can officially determine whether Christopher Jordan Dorner's body was found in the ashes of a torched cabin near Big Bear Lake, California."
• Tugboats give passengers on unsanitary cruise ship hope for relief: "Two tug boats are dragging the nearly 900-foot, 14-story Triumph at a jogger's pace to the harbor, where Carnival hopes to return 3,143 passengers and 1,086 crew members to freedom on Thursday, the cruise line said."
• 5 things we learned from the State of the Union: "As with any State of the Union address, President Barack Obama this year had several audiences and there were multiple aims for the White House."
• The impact of a $9 minimum wage: "In his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama pressed to raise the hourly rate in stages to $9 an hour in 2015, up from the current $7.25, and index it to inflation. The change, should it become law, would boost the wages of 15 million Americans, according to the White House."
• From national championship to jail for 4 Alabama football players: "Just a month after reveling in the glory of a national championship, four members of the University of Alabama football team have been arrested after a pair of campus robberies."