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Source: 2013 Scarborough Report (r1 2/12-1/13)


  1. Iraqi chemical weapons destroyed by U.S. in secret, watchdog says

    World

    The United States recovered thousands of old chemical weapons in Iraq from 2004 to 2009 and destroyed almost all of them in secret via open-air detonation, according to a written summary of its activities prepared by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

  2. Chrysler plans to improve recall of Jeeps over deadly fire hazard

    Nation

    Chrysler agrees with federal regulators that 1.6 million Jeeps being recalled over a deadly fire hazard in rear-impact crashes are not being fixed quickly enough, and it plans to improve, according to a letter the automaker sent to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Friday.

  3. Bidding in government auction of airwaves reaches $34B

    Nation

    WASHINGTON — A government auction of airwaves for use in mobile broadband has blown through presale estimates, becoming the biggest auction in the Federal Communications Commission's history and signaling that wireless companies expect demand for Internet access by smartphones to continue to soar.

    And it's …

  4. Iran's secrecy holds up deal on nuclear program

    World

    VIENNA — Behind the efforts to close a nuclear deal with Iran this weekend lies a sensitive question that has been little discussed in public: how to design an agreement to maximize the chances that Western intelligence agencies would catch any effort to develop an atomic bomb at a covert site.

  5. Should Jameis Winston have been ejected against Boston College?

    College

    Jameis Winston's third quarter jousting match with an official entertained the announcers on the Florida State-Boston College football game, but at least one observer says Winston should have been ejected from the game.

  6. McFarland's resurgence continues

    Blogs

    Even as the curtain sets on USF's season, the tight end position is making a curtain call.

  7. Virginia tops slumping Miami

    College

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Canaan Severin made a spectacular touchdown catch and Virginia dominated after halftime and kept its bowl hopes alive for one more week, beating Miami 30-13 in its home finale on Saturday night.

  8. Sunday's sports on TV/radio

    TV and Radio

    TODAY

    Autos
    F1: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix8 a.m.NBCSN
    CFL playoffs
    East final: Montreal at Hamilton1 p.m.ESPN
    College …
  9. At end of newsman's career, 'family movie' celebrates tiny town where John Wilson got started

    Human Interest

    By Jay Cridlin | Times Staff Writer

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.

    Longtime WTVT-Ch. 13 news anchor John Wilson stands outside his family’s home in Big Stone Gap, Va. The bridge leading to the property is named for his father.
  10. Bosh leads Heat rally over Magic

    Sports

    ORLANDO — The contrast in the middle was undeniable. On one end, the Magic's Nik Vucevic was powering his way to the rim. On the other end, Chris Bosh was lofting jumpers, his effort more art form than muscle work. This time, the style points made the difference.