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2:00am

Fri January 20, 2012
Movies

'Red Tails' Fought Racism — And World War II Foes

Originally published on Fri January 20, 2012 3:53 pm

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Escorting a squadron of bombers, Andrew "Smokey" Salem (Ne-Yo) signals fellow pilots on the way into combat with German forces in the new film Red Tails, based on the experiences of the famed Tuskegee Airmen fighter group.
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It took George Lucas more than two decades to bring the movie Red Tails to the screen. It was all the way back in the late '80s that the man behind Star Wars and Indiana Jones fell under the spell of another story of adventure, this one with real-life heroes — the African-American fighter pilots of World War II.

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6:00pm

Thu January 19, 2012
The Record

Megaupload Shut Down By The FBI

Originally published on Fri January 20, 2012 2:37 pm

Courtesy of Megaupload.

Click the link above to listen to Laura Sydell's conversation with Morning Edition's David Greene about the Megaupload indictment and the attack on the Department of Justice's website by the group Anonymous.

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5:53pm

Thu January 19, 2012
Energy

Halliburton to Build $20 Million Sand Terminal in Windsor

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Houston-based Halliburton has announced plans to build a $20 million sand terminal in Windsor to support hydraulic fracturing operations in the region.

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3:27pm

Thu January 19, 2012
Environment

Denver Court Considers Oil and Gas Leases Near Utah Parks

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A federal court in Denver Thursday heard oral arguments in an appeal by the oil and gas industry over dozens of disputed leases near national parks and monuments in Utah and Colorado.  Shortly after taking office in 2009, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar revoked many of the leases that were issued in the late hour of the Bush Administration.  It’s the latest clash between the Obama Administration and western oil and gas companies.

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3:13pm

Thu January 19, 2012
Music Interviews

Were You 'Born To Run'? Springsteen As Workout Motivator

Does Clarence Clemons' sax and Bruce Springsteen's voice motivate you to hit the pavement?
Eric Meola

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