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5:55am

Thu August 25, 2011
The Two-Way

'International Effort' Underway To Find Gadhafi

Surveillance aircraft provided by the U.S. and, according to British media reports, special forces from the U.K., are helping in the hunt for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, who is in Tripoli, reported for Morning Edition earlier today.

"It's an all-out effort" as opposition fighters, with help from their international allies, look for Gadhafi, she added.

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5:30am

Thu August 25, 2011
The Two-Way

Hurricane Watches Up In N.C. As Irene Chugs Toward U.S.

Irene's latest projected path.
National Hurricane Center

Hurricane Irene has "roared across the Bahamas archipelago" and remains on track to hit the coast of North Carolina on Saturday and then soak much of the Eastern seaboard over the weekend and into next week as it chugs north.

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5:14am

Thu August 25, 2011
Around the Nation

Flagstaff Residents Warned Of Rogue Panda

A lit up construction sign in Flagstaff, Ariz., was supposed to inform drivers not to turn left at an intersection. Instead, commuters were warned: "Rogue Panda On Rampage." The altered sign appears to be the work of pranksters.

5:10am

Thu August 25, 2011
Games & Humor

Boasting Rights: Nick Helm's Joke Is The Funniest

A joke by comedian Nick Helm was named the funniest at Scotland's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Here the winner: I needed a password eight characters long. So, I picked Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

5:00am

Thu August 25, 2011
The Two-Way

As Apple's Steve Jobs Steps Down, Tim Cook Steps Up

Tim Cook, who is Apple's new CEO. (Oct. 20, 2010, file photo.)
Justin Sullivan Getty Images

The news last night that Apple Inc. co-founder and visionary Steve Jobs is giving up his post at CEO naturally leads to this question:

Just who is Tim Cook, the Apple chief operating officer who has been tapped to take over as CEO?

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