News: James Franco, Matthew Morrison, Japan, Southwest Airlines
James Franco says goodbye to Twitter.
Matthew Morrison tweets his new album cover.
Vanilla Ice to play a gay wedding coordinator in new movie alongside Adam Sandler.
Officials in Japan find crack in the pit of Fukushima plant's number two reactor: "With radiation levels rising in the seawater near the plant, we have been trying to confirm the reason why, and in that context, this could be one source."
Glenn Beck and Bill O'Reilly discuss Donald Trump.
Men survive avalanche in Colorado.
Listen: 911 call of tussle between Lindsay Lohan a Betty Ford staffer.
Zac Efron sculpts his facial hair.
Southwest Airlines cancels 300 flights so it can inspect planes for what it is calling "aircraft skin fatigue." Yesterday, a large hole opened up in the fuselage of one if its Boeing 737s. One flight attendant was injured in that incident.
Bill Maher believes Democrats should get tougher: "Republicans don't run from unpopular stances and they stand by their convictions. Stupid, ignorant, world-destroying convictions based on disproven economic fantasies, and ancient books filled with primitive morality and magic people, but convictions nonetheless."
Republican Scott Brown calls his won party “irresponsible.”
Supporters of Laurent Gbagbo suspected in massive slaughter in Ivory Coast: "...The United Nations said that more than 100 had been killed by Mr. Gbagbo’s fighters, while about 200 had been killed by forces loyal to his rival, Alassane Ouattara, the man recognized by the United Nations, the African Union and other international bodies as the winner of the presidential election last year."