Plus, new budget plan passed in New York and a potential rule change in the NFL.
Google decided to close its Internet search engine in China on Monday. Chinese Google users will now be directed to the uncensored Hong Kong version of the site which may get blocked on the mainland.
According to the New York Times, Google is turning its back on the world's largest Internet market of 400 million web users. Google plans on maintaining its China sales department and research and development team.
Plus, College students collect limbs for Haiti and Donovan McNabb and T.O team up again.
Syracuse University Basketball is racking up the Big East awards.
Wes Johnson was named 2009-2010 Big East Player of the Year and Jim Boeheim was selected as 2009-2010 Coach of the Year. The awards were announced at a press conference today at Madison Square Garden, the host site for the Big East Tournament.
Johnson, a junior transfer from Iowa, is the first transfer student to earn Big East Player of the Year honors. He is the fourth Syracuse player to earn the honor.
Plus, British Prime Minister defends and Brett Favre still unsure
P&C stores are getting a little more help from its friends. Price Chopper Supermarkets announced it will buy five of the stores from Tops Friendly Markets. P&C has been in financial trouble since filing for bankruptcy earlier this year, and Tops bought 79 failing P&C stores back in January for $85 million.
Plus, Toyota faces federal investigation and San Diego releases LaDainian Tomlinson.
An agreement was made late Monday between the pilots' union and Lufthansa to suspend a work stoppage that started earlier the same day. The stoppage has been suspended until March 8, giving an opportunity for the deadlocked parties to continue negotiations.
About 4,000 pilots went on strike, leaving thousands of passengers stranded. The strike, which was originally planned to last four days, began after Lufthansa announced plans to cut staff costs by shifting jobs overseas.
The president was at Dover Air Force Base to honor soldiers who had been killed in Afghanistan.
Washingtonpost.com reports that President Barack Obama flew to Delaware early Thursday morning to honor soldiers who had been killed in action.
The President left the White House just before midnight on Wednesday and flew by helicopter to Dover AFB to pay homage as the bodies of 15 soldiers and three Drug Enforcement Agency agents were transported home.
A six-month old baby survived after falling off a platform into the path of an oncoming train in Australia.
A six-month old baby survived after falling under a train, according to CNN.com.The stroller had rolled off a platform at the Ashburton railway station in Melbourne, Australia, after the mother momentarily let go of it.
The stroller was then right in the path of an oncoming train, which would later drag the stroller and the baby 33 yards down the tracks before the train stopped.
Leader of college athletics loses battle with cancer at age 67.
College athletics lost one of its own on Wednesday. Dr. Myles Brand passed away at the age 67. As the president of the National Collegiate Athletics Association from 1993 until his death from pancreatic cancer, Brand was a leader looking to model leaders.