Saturday, January 31, 2015
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Back in November 2014, Kanye West tweeted that he and Kim Kardashian met President Barack Obama a month earlier. He was tweeting out in support of Obama during the midterm elections; other than that, there was no photographic proof (aka no selfies) of Yeezus,   [READ MORE]
Shippensburg splits a double-header with Bloomsburg in College Basketball  [READ MORE]
Superbowl Preps
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business pizza busy for superbowl  [READ MORE]
Tigers Win 6th Straight
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Noah Cottrill scores 24 to lead Georgetown to 84-67 win over Shawnee.  [READ MORE]
Vestal (WBNG BINGHAMTON) Binghamton men's basketball shot a record-setting 82 percent in the second half and the Bearcats (4-20, 3-6 America East) put four in double figures en route to a 76-69 victory over UMass Lowell (9-13, 3-6 AE) Saturday afternoon at the Events Center.  [READ MORE]
An FBI spokesman told Reuters on Saturday, the FBI had no prior knowledge of a police raid in the Philippines last Sunday to arrest wanted militants that went awry and left more than 50 police dead. Philippine media had reported that the FBI helped orchestrate the raid, which targeted Zulkifli bin Hir, an Islamic militant on the U.S. law enforcement agency's list of "most-wanted terrorists."

Kurdish ground forces, helped by U.S. and allied air support, have retaken the Syrian town of Kobani from Islamic State militants, U.S. Lieutenant-General James Terry said on Saturday. Supporting what Kurdish forces said earlier this week, Terry, commander of the Combined Joint Task Force that has been leading air strikes against Islamic State, said in a statement issued by the U.S. military: "Kurdish ground forces, supported by our air component, were successful in retaking the town of Kobani.  [READ MORE]

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