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The USGS monitors tweets in several languages, looking for the word earthquake.
Our story yesterday about the Great Canadian Gun Registry Shuffle was no exception.
Barneys New York, the U.S. department store, has teamed up with Disney to give some of the iconic Disney characters high-fashion makeovers - and that includes making the usually short and stumpy Minnie Mouse into a skinny supermodel.
We have the complete, 12-minute speech here - sometimes funny, sometimes odd, and it's what everyone is talking about.
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