Gotta Watch: Scanner-proof undies; Anderson reads Snooki; face blindness
Scanner-proof undergarments protect privacy
January 4th, 2011
09:53 AM ET

Gotta Watch: Scanner-proof undies; Anderson reads Snooki; face blindness

Don't touch my junk! Or look at it – Instead of protesting the TSA's more intimate pat-down procedures, an Ohio man is trying to make a little coin off of them. His new line of undergarments for both men and women feature carefully placed patriotic emblems to cover your, well, you know.

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On the Radar: Navy video fallout, Conrad Murray, CES, more Lohan trouble?
Capt. Owen Honors was second-in-command of the USS Enterprise when the videos were played. He is now the commander.
January 4th, 2011
09:18 AM ET

On the Radar: Navy video fallout, Conrad Murray, CES, more Lohan trouble?

Navy's raunchy video fallout - The Navy is investigating how a series of raunchy videos, full of sexual innuendo and anti-gay remarks, was produced and shown to a crew while on deployment. And as the investigation continues, a debate also is taking place about whether the high-ranking Navy officer in question should keep his position.

Excerpts from the videos and descriptions of their content were first published Saturday by The Virginian-Pilot newspaper in Norfolk, Virginia.

Conrad Murray's hearing - We'll find out in the next few weeks if Michael Jackson's former doctor will stand trial in connection with Jackson's death. Murray's hearing begins Tuesday. We examine whether the doctor's lawyers may argue the King of Pop actually killed himself.

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Tuesday's live video events
Rep. Nancy Pelosi will hold a press conference on her final full day as House Speaker.
January 4th, 2011
07:41 AM ET

Tuesday's live video events

The holiday season is coming to a close in Washington, as lawmakers prepare for a new Congressional session and President Obama returns from his Hawaiian vacation.  CNN.com Live is the place to be online when Washington gets back to business.

Today's programming highlights...

9:30 am ET - NYSE opening bell - Motorola is splitting up into two publicly traded companies this week - Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions.  The CEO of Motorola Mobility will ring the Wall Street opening bell, while the CEO of Motorola Solutions handles closing bell duties at 4:00 pm.

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World update: Progress in Ivory Coast standoff?
Laurent Gbagbo before a mediation meeting. Gbagbo has refused to step down as president of the Ivory Coast.
January 4th, 2011
05:55 AM ET

World update: Progress in Ivory Coast standoff?

Ivory Coast crisis: Political rivals Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara have agreed to meet, Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, the African Union mediator in the crisis, has told local reporters.

Sudan referendum: President Omar al-Bashir has landed in the southern city of Juba today ahead of Sunday's referendum. The vote could ultimately see the creation of a new African nation in 2011.

Iran invitation to IAEA: Tehran has invited ambassadors from different countries to visit Iran’s nuclear facilities, state-run media has reported.

Threat to Coptic church in Europe? A spokesperson for Germany's Federal Office for Criminal Investigations (BKA) tells CNN that the they have notified state authorities of a general terror threat against Coptic Christians living in Germany.

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January 4th, 2011
01:28 AM ET

United Airlines flight diverted to Toronto

A United Airlines flight was diverted to Toronto late Monday after the plane's communication system began to malfunction, an airline official said.

Flight 940 never lost contact with air traffic control, according to United spokesman Rahsaan Johnson. The extent of the problem with the communication system wasn't immediately clear, but was bad enough the captain asked to divert, he said.

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