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Front Page: Investigation Begins On Downed Jet In Hudson

  • A giant crane is set to pull out the US Airways jet that crashed into the Hudson River yesterday. Investigators will look into how the plane went down and perhaps how all 155 passengers survived.The pilot and crew are being hailed as heroes. — AP
  • The Senate voted yesterday to release the second half of the $700 billion bailout to soon-to-be President Obama. It was a big political win for the incoming president. —Boston Globe
  • Communities around the country, including Oakland, CA, celebrated Martin Luther King's 80th birthday yesterday. — Oakland Tribune
  • Pakistan formally informed India of the actions it has taken to address the Mumbai terrorist attacks today, hoping to ease tensions. The US says that Pakistan's investigation is a promising start. — Reuters
  • Bank of America will receive $20 billion of taxpayer money. The second bailout will make the government the bank's largest shareholder. — International Herald Tribune


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