Lunchtime Links: January 28, 2010

Wednesday’s State of the Union address saw President Obama focus on job creation, the weak economy and a renewed call for bipartisanship. Republican criticism centered on calls for larger curbs on federal spending and greater deficit reduction.

The remarkable rescue of a 16-year-old from the rubble of the Haiti earthquake Tuesday lifter the spirits and faith of beleaguered quake victims.

Live testimony has ended in the federal case which will determine the fate of Proposition 8 in California.

Apple debuted its long-awaited iPad yesterday, a touch-screen computer with many similarities to the iPhone and iTouch.

The Indianapolis Colts advance to Super Bowl XLIV with class.

Washington Wizards guards Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton were suspended without pay for the remainder of the NBA season by Commissioner David Stern for brining guns into the team’s locker room.

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