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Suggestions for a Safer Groundhog Day

WSJ's Mara Gay has suggestions for the Staten Island Zoo, which has been reluctant to talk about its Groundhog Day ceremony. Mayor Bill de Blasio fumbled the animal at last year's event. Illustration: Christopher Kaeser/The Wall NEWS.com.au, 1 hour ago

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Analyst: Investors Tiring of Google's Science Projects

How unsettled will Google's mixed earnings report make investors? Moor Insights and Strategy's Patrick Moorhead and WSJ's Geoff Rogow discuss on the News
 NEWS.com.au7 hours ago Microsoft to Invest in Custom Android ROM Maker Cyanogen: Report  NDTV10 hours ago Microsoft Might Invest in Cyanogen to Better Compete with Google [WSJ]  Softpedia12 hours ago WSJ: Microsoft may make investment in Android ROM producer Cyanogen  Electronista18 hours ago
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Mitt Romney Won't Run for President; Who Benefits?

Former presidential hopeful Mitt Romney will not be running in 2016. WSJ News Hub anchor Sara Murray discusses who this move benefits on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.
 NEWS.com.au3 hours ago Romney: Time For Other Leaders — Market Talk  iMarketReports6 hours ago

Study links youth football to brain problems

A new report linking youth football to brain problems is the subject of a new NBC/WSJ poll, which asked parents if they would encourage their children to choose another sport. Former NFL player Ben Utecht discusses.
 MSNBC4 hours ago

Romney on future presidential runs: That seems unlikely

Andrea Mitchell and Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd discuss the 2016 Republican field, as well as a new NBC/WSJ poll that reveals how concerns about concussions are affecting parents decisions to let their children play football.
 MSNBC4 hours ago

GOP 2016 Lineup; Senate Okays Keystone; Obama's Saudi Trip

WSJ Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Seib discusses with reporters Patrick O'Connor, Amy Harder, and Jay Solomon about the most important stories of the
 NEWS.com.au5 hours ago

Capital Journal: Obama and the New Saudi King

President Obama made a trip to visit the new king of Saudi Arabia this week. WSJ's Jay Solomon explains the significance of the
 NEWS.com.au5 hours ago

Jerry Seib: Jeb Bush Sets the Pace in 2016 Race

Jeb Bush has started the 2016 race with a sprint, while other potential candidates take a more leisurely pace. WSJ's Patrick O'Connor and Jerry Seib
 NEWS.com.au11 hours ago Capital Journal: The GOP and 2016  NEWS.com.au5 hours ago

U.S. Q4 Growth Slowdown Clouds the Day on Wall Street

U.S. stock futures remained lower Friday after data showed U.S. economic growth slowed in the fourth quarter. WSJ's Tomi Kilgore and Geoff Rogow discuss.
 NEWS.com.au7 hours ago

AM Roundup: Feds Back Down From Insider-Trading Case

A panel of three judges in New York appeals court will take on the question of unpaid internships on Friday. [WSJ] Insider-trading charges dropped: Federal prosecutors in New York said they would drop charges against five men they previously accused ...
 Austin American Statesman8 hours ago
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