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10 things to know for Tuesday

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staff, Gazette
February 12, 2013

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. NORTH KOREA CONDUCTS THIRD NUCLEAR TEST

North Korea called the detonation its “first response” to what it described as U.S. threats. Click here for story

2. WHO WILL SUCCEED THE POPE

A conservative cardinal in Milan and several contenders from Latin America and Ghana have been mentioned. Click here for story

3. BENEDICT SURPRISES BY SAYING HE’S TOO OLD TO CONTINUE

The AP’s Victor L. Simpson reports the 85-year-old pontiff chose to step down rather than suffer a long decline like his predecessor. Click here for story

4. MONEY STILL A KEY WORRY

Obama plans to focus on the economy and job creation in his State of the Union speech at 8 p.m. Click here for story

5. WHY SOCCER IS BECOMING THE DIRTY GAME

An AP investigation finds at least 50 nations had match-fixing probes last year. Click here for story

6. REBELS CAPTURE AIR BASE IN NORTHERN SYRIA

Opposition fighters won their second strategic victory in as many days in their uprising against Assad. Click here for story

7. HAGEL FACES SENATE VOTE

Democrats are calling a committee vote for the defense secretary nominee, rejecting Republican demands for more financial information. Click here for story

8. GANG MEMBERS CHARGED WITH SHOOTING TEEN WHO SANG AT INAUGURATION

Chicago police say the two men mistook Hadiya Pendleton and her friends for members of a rival gang. Click here for story

9. COMEDIAN’S SISTER DETAINED WHILE PRAYING AT ISRAEL’S WESTERN WALL

Sarah Silverman’s sister Susan, a Jerusalem rabbi, was stopped because she was wearing religious clothing that Orthodox Judaism reserves for men only. Click here for story

10. WHAT WESTMINSTER WON’T TOLERATE: PERFORMANCE-ENHANCED DOGS

That means no cosmetic surgery and no steroids. “It goes against the spirit of showing dogs,” club President Sean McCarthy says. Click here for story



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