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Dateline: Events/Headlines -  Week Of February 15, 2008 In News, Pop Culture, Tech, Celebrity, Entertainment  & Fascinating Facts 

 

In The News -

A gunman dressed in black, steps on stage in a lecture hall at Northern Illinois University and opens fire on a geology class. Five are dead plus, the gunman killed himself on the lecture hall stage. 16 others were wounded.

The Supreme Court gives business two wins. On one ruling the court said makes of medical devices cannot be sued by injured patients if the FDA had approved the devices for sale.  Also, the court freed shippers such as UPS from state regulations requiring them to verify that an adult was the recipient of cigarettes delivered to a residence.

senator obama wins wisconsin primary  february 2008  trivia timeline  mrpopcultureBarack Obama wins in Wisconsin- setting the stage for Ohio and Texas.

Oil passes the $100-per-barrel mark.

President Bush, expressing frustration that the United Nations has had a difficult time raising and deploying a sufficient peace-keeping force in Darfur says that the 1994 Rwandan genocide should have taught the world not to ignore signs of budding brutality.

 Mitt Romney endorses John McCain for president after a bitter campaign feud.

FEMA says it will accelerate efforts to get victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita out of government-supplied trailers after tests showed that the temporary residences contain levels of toxic formaldehyde.

 

Technology News – February 15, 2008

blu ray wins tech battle over HD DVD  tech trivia headline  february 2008  mrpopcultureSony’s Blu-ray emerges the victor in the battle to set the standard for high definition DVD’s – winning over Toshiba’s rival HD DVD. Toshiba announces this week that it is abandoning its next generation disc format and will no longer make and market players and recorders. 

“American Idol” and iTunes reach an agreement – announcing that music performances of “Idol” semifinalists will go on sale this week on iTunes for 99 cents per song.

 

Entertainment News – February 15, 2008

“Star Trek” fans will have to wait until May of next year for the release of J.J. Abrams’ “Star Trek,” with a new cast.

 

Music News – February 15, 2008

 Monday - The Dap Kings perform on the David Letterman show.  And don't miss "Making the Band 4" on MTV.

Another musical Cyrus – There’s dad Billy Ray, daughter Miley and Trace Cyrus – singer/guitarist of the emo-electro band Metro Station. “I wanted to see how long we could go without anybody knowing.” “It’s not like I didn’t want to be associated with that, but I didn’t want to be put in a genre where I had to be approved for mothers and 12-year-olds. I want to be myself

 

Top Movies – February 15, 2008

Jumper

Step Up 2 the streets

The Spiderwick Chronicles

Fool’s Gold

Definitely, maybe

Welcome Home roscoe Jenkins

Juno

The Bucket List

Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert

 

Top Pop Hits – February 15, 2008

WITH YOU- Chris Brown

BLEEDING LOVE- Leona Lewis

WHEN YOU LOOK ME IN THE EYES- Jonas Brothers

STOP AND STARE- One Republic

TONGUE TIED- Faber Drive

FLASHING LIGHTS- Kanye West

linkin park billboard music charts singles  february 2008  mrpopcultureSHADOW OF THE DAY- Linkin Park

LOVE SONG- Sara Bareilles

WHATEVER IT TAKES- Lifehouse

LOW- Flo Rida

FEELS LIKE TONIGHT- Daughtry

KILLA- Cherish

SEE YOU AGAIN- Miley Cyrus

DON'T STOP THE MUSIC- Rihanna

SENSUAL SEDUCTION- Snoop Dogg

PIECE OF ME- Britney Spears

 NO AIR- Jordin Sparks fea. Chris Brown

DAYLIGHT- Kelly Rowland

WHAT IT IS- Baby Bash fea. Sean Kingston

WON'T GO HOME WITHOUT YOU- Maroon 5

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