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5:27am

Mon August 22, 2011
Around the Nation

Chicago Judge Officiates Inmate's Wedding

Tharvin Benitez was standing in a Chicago courtroom in handcuffs and orange prison fatigues. Benitez was before a judge facing 30 years in prison on drug charges. His girlfriend was expecting a baby, and he asked the judge to please officiate the wedding before she delivered.

2:00am

Mon August 22, 2011
Theater

Record Could Revive 'Sweet Bye And Bye'

The 1946 musical "Sweet Bye and Bye" was an unmitigated disaster and never made it to Broadway. The show closed in Philadelphia and seemed to be lost forever — until the score was rediscovered in a New Jersey warehouse in 1986.

2:00am

Mon August 22, 2011
Business

Mich. Manufacture Expects To Hire 1,000 Workers

Manufacturers are still cautious when it comes to hiring. But one Michigan company is going on a hiring spree. Gentex Corporation mostly makes car mirrors. Michigan Radio's Lindsey Smith reports that business is booming.

2:00am

Mon August 22, 2011
Africa

White House Says It's Time For Gadhafi To Go

President Obama says it is time for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's regime to officially end. The U.S. has played a key role in supporting the NATO campaign that began in March — aimed at protecting civilians and the rebels.

2:00am

Mon August 22, 2011
U.S.

New National Mall Stop: King Memorial

The memorial to the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. opens to the public Monday. The scaffolding came off the 30 foot granite statue last week.

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