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- Yes, he did. IranPresident Mahmoud Ahmadinejadreappropriated Obama's much-hyped campaign slogan for his own election mantra. The Iran leader stands in front of a blackboard with the words "Ma Mitavanim" -- Farsi for "We Can" -- written across it in a campaign video. The phrase is very similar to Obama's oft-uttered slogan "Yes We Can."
- The swine flu coupled with the earthquake and heightened drug cartel violence has been a disastrous recipe for the tourism industry in Mexico. The $13.3 billion tourism business is being hit hard -- with Germany's biggest tour operator and Japan's largest tour agency suspending charter flights to Mexico.
- A quarter of U.S. colleges reported looking up applicants on social networking sites or through internet searches. Admission officers fessed up to trolling the web for dirt on prospective students but the study didn't indicate whether or how often findings led to rejections.
- A new "leak-proof" tomato could soon come to your local grocery store. The veggies were developed by a Dutch firm in the Netherlands and reportedly make no mess when slice or diced. They went on sale in Europe on Monday.
- Science and magic usually don't go together -- which makes this pairing truly bizarre. A new exhibit at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry uses more than 200 props and costumes from the "Harry Potter" films to recreate the fictional Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The tour includes scenes from the movie based on J. K. Rowling's books such as the Gryffindor common room, the Forbidden Forest and Hagrid's hut.