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Dateline: Week Of February 15, 2007 In News, Pop Culture, Tech, Celebrity, Entertainment  & Fascinating Facts 

 

In The News

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice makes a surprise visit to Baghdad and urges Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish politicians to use a lull in violence resulting from a new security plan to reach long-delayed agreement on issues. 

Senate Republicans block a Democratic effort to pass a resolution opposing President Bush’s troop buildup in Iraq.

A U.S. Military helicopter crashes before dawn in southern Afghanistan, killing eight American service members.

President Bush warns that fighting in Afghanistan was likely to flare this spring and he called for a renewed commitment from NATO allies for additional troops commitments to battle Taliban insurgents.

Iraq – Sunni Arab insurgents attack a new U.S. military outpost north of Baghdad, killing tow American troops.

 

Some best-selling books – February 15, 2007

Dust – Martha Grimes

You Suck: A Love Story – Christopher Moore

The Castle in the forest – Norman Mailer

For One More Day – Mitch Albom

The Secret – Rhonda Byrne

I Feel Bad About My Neck – Nora Ephron

The Audacity of Hope – Barack Obama

The Proper Care and Feeding of Marriage – Laura Schlessinger

 

Technology News - February 15, 2007

A federal judge rules that MySpace is not liable for alleged sexual assault on a girl. This after a female lied about her age and met a guy via MySpace and was allegedly sexually assaulted by him in Texas. 

 

Sports News – February 15, 2007

LeBron James – Cleveland’s All-Star forward teams with Microsoft’s MSN to launch lebron.msn.com – a story-book-style website about his life designed for kids and teens.

 

Radio News – February 15, 2007

XM and Sirius agree to merge in a $4.6 billion deal.

 

Entertainment/Celebrity News – February 15, 2007

Cameron Diaz accepts “substantial” damages from American Media Inc, publisher of the National enquirer for alleging that she had an affair with a married man.

 

Music News – February 15, 2007

Spring Awakening perform on David Letterman this week.

Britney Spears enters rehab after a weekend which saw her shave her head and get a tattoo. 

Tony Braxton settles her multimillion dollar lawsuit against her former personal manager.

 

Television News – February 15, 2007

MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann agrees to stay four more years.

Friday night  television listings/TV Guide – week of February 15, 2007

CBS – Ghost Whisperer, Close to Home, Numbers, David Letterman

NBC – 1 vs. 100, Las Vegas, law & Order, Jay Leno

ABC – America’s Funniest Hme Videos. 20/20/ Nightline

Fox – Nanny 911, Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy

CW – WWE Friday night Smackdown!

ESPN – U.S. Poker Championship

 

Top Pop Hits – February 15, 2007

IF EVERYONE CARED- Nickelback

WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND- Justin Timberlake

THE SWEET ESCAPE- Gwen Stefani

BETTER THAN ME- Hinder

FIDELITY- Regina Spektor

GRACE KELLY- Mika

SHE'S LIKE THE WIND- Lumidee fea. Tony Sunshine

GIVE IT TO ME- Timbaland/N.Furtado/J.Timberlake

RUNAWAY LOVE- Ludacris fea. Mary J. Blige

GLAMOROUS- Fergie

THAT'S THAT- Snoop Dogg

BOSTON- Augustana

IT'S NOT OVER- Daughtry

DON'T MATTER- Akon

 BEFORE HE CHEATS- Carrie Underwood

THIS AIN'T A SCENE, IT'S AN...- Fall Out Boy

HERE IN YOUR ARMS- Hellogoodbye

SAY IT RIGHT- Nelly Furtado

 

Top music album – February 15, 2007

“Infinity On High” – Fall Out Boy and “Not Too Late” by Norah Jones is #2. 

 

Top Movies – February 15, 2007

Ghost Rider

Bridge to Terabithia

Norbit

Music & Lyrics

Tyler Perry’s Daddy’s Little Girls

Breach

Hannibal Rising

Because I Said So

The Messengers

Night at the Museum

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