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Good day, bad day: February 16, 2012
A CNN producer wins the lottery for the second time, while Colbert fans are left hanging — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
Fans of "The Colbert Report" will have to be satisfied with reruns until host Stephen Colbert returns from an unplanned hiatus.
Fans of "The Colbert Report" will have to be satisfied with reruns until host Stephen Colbert returns from an unplanned hiatus.
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OOD DAY FOR:

A walk
According to a new study, physically active people have lower chances of developing Alzheimer's disease. [UPI.com]

Hitting the jackpot... twice
A CNN producer wins $1 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket, three months after winning $100,000 on a different game. [Huffington Post]

Being immortalized
Mattel announces it will make Prince William and Kate Middleton Barbie dolls. [Global Post]

BAD DAY FOR:

The Colbert Nation
Stephen Colbert abruptly halts production of new episodes of The Colbert Report due to "unforeseen circumstances," also reported as a "family emergency." [The Daily What]

Well-meaning mothers
A new study finds that organic baby formulas, cereals and other foods made with organic brown rice syrup contain high amounts of arsenic. [Discovery News]

E-cigarette sales
An electronic cigarette explodes in a Florida man's mouth, knocking out all of his teeth and leaving him with severe burns. [Newser]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: February 15, 2012

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