This balmy weather is March madness. Can’t we have class outside today?
10:54 p.m. ET: Based on our analysis of the vote, ABC News projects that Santorum will win the Mississippi primary.
10:12 p.m. ET Based on our analysis of the vote in so far, ABC News projects that Santorum will win the Alabama primary.
9:45 p.m. ET: Knox’s Former Boyfriend Heads to Seattle
ABC News’ Nightline Nikki Battiste reports on the latest in the Amanda Knox case. Knox and her former boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, were acquitted in October after spending four years in Italian prison for of the murder of Knox’s British roommate, Meredith Kercher, in 2007.
9:32 p.m. ET: Still waiting for Alabama and Mississippi results:
8:57 p.m. ET: Here’s a sign of the times. Encyclopedia Britannica announced it is killing its print edition. But not to worry you kids who are doing social studies projects on the leading exports and population figures of foreign countries. The publisher will continue to offer a digital version, which can be accessed on its website and through its iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch apps.
4:38 p.m. ET: Juju shared this photo of her on a trampoline with some of the Bates kids at their home in Lake City, Tenn.
2:24 p.m. ET: The furriest Obama photobombs a Spanish-language newscast, results are adorable. Run Bo run!
12:01 p.m. ET: “I’m Dusty. I’m a 4G Hotspot,” read Dusty White’s shirt.
Dusty is just one of the many homeless people New York-based BBH Labs, an ad agency, hired to carry around 4G devices, which allows others around them to get online. They launched the “Homeless Hotspots” pilot program at SXSW in Austin, Texas, last week.
Dusty gets paid $20 a day in cash to encourage people to use the Wi-Fi connection, and he gets to keep the $2 charged to each person for 15 minutes of Internet use.
While BBH claims this program is charitable, no good deed goes unpunished. The program has drawn controversy, with many people calling it demeaning. Watch the video and tell us what you think:
10:09 a.m. ET: An unusual warm spell continues in several states across the country today — 14 states from Utah to Maine broke record highs yesterday, with St. Louis reaching a record 84 degrees F. For those keeping count, that’s over 500 record highs broken in the past week, according to the National Weather Service.
“BLOOM WATCH 2012“: National Park Service officials monitoring the 3,770 cherry trees in Washington, D.C., for the annual cherry blossom festival, say they have already starting seeing flowering buds – peak bloom is typically mid-April.
8:33 a.m. ET: ABC’s Juju Chang gives us a taste of her interview with John Ramsey, JonBenet’s father, on “Good Morning America,” this morning. Ramsey revealed that looking back, he never would have let his daughter do beauty pageants and called the hit TLC show, “Toddlers and Tiaras,” “bizarre.”
JonBenet Ramsey was 6 years old when she was found dead in the basement of her family’s home in Boulder, Colo., on Dec. 26, 1996. Her case remains unsolved.