February 26

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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

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<a href="http://www.opposingviews.com/i/society/jodi-arias-admits-lies-says-she-s-innocent-first-degree-murder" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Jodi Arias Admits to Lying, Says She's Innocent of First Degree Murder</a>Opposing ViewsJodi Arias has admitted in court that she lied for years about having nothing to do with the killing of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander. Alexander was stabbed 27 times, had his throat slashed and was shot in the head. Arias has confessed to the ...

<a href="http://www.mediaite.com/online/live-jodi-arias-takes-the-stand-for-cross-examination-in-her-murder-trial-day-3/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Live: Jodi Arias Takes The Stand For Cross-Examination In Her Murder Trial ...</a>MediaiteToday, Jodi Arias, the admitted Arizona killer of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, takes the stand for the cross-examination

</embed> MyWikiBiz February 26 in history:

  • 1993: A powerful explosion in an underground garage in New York City's World Trade Center collapsed walls and floors in the basement areas and destroyed the building's power-distribution system, forcing most of the 55,000 people working there to make their way down lightless stairways within the darkened towers; this World Trade Center bombing was the work of Osama bin Laden's terrorist network, which returned to complete the destruction on September 11, 2001.
  • 1991: During the Persian Gulf War, coalition ground forces expelled the Iraqi army from Kuwait.
  • 1987: The Tower Commission, a review board appointed by President Ronald Reagan to investigate the Iran-contra affair, released its report, in which it criticized Reagan's "management style."
  • 1972: Poor strip-mining practices and heavy rains caused the collapse of an impoundment dam on the Buffalo Creek in West Virginia; the flood, which killed 125 people and left 4,000 homeless, was documented in the film Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man (1975).