A suicide bomber has killed at least 14 people at the main American military base in Afghanistan during a visit by U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney, who was unhurt in the attack; Oscar-winning director James Cameron unveiled his new documentary which claims that 10 caskets containing centuries-old remains are actually the remains of Jesus Christ, his wife, Mary, and their son. This claim has quickly been questioned by religious scholars and Christians; Dr. Peter Mazzone, of the Cleveland Clinic, talks with Seamus about how a simple breath test could one day reveal lung cancer in its early stages; Monday's winter storm delayed repairs to the Nanticoke refinery, which suffered fire damage last week, and this could extend the gas shortage in Ontario for weeks; Quebec Premier Jean Charest defended the decision of a soccer referee who ordered a girl to remove her hajib while playing, as it posed a danger to other players. The team forfeited the game in protest; the House of Commons will vote today on the anti-terror provisions that have been the centre of controversy recently; Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced an additional $200 million in reconstruction aid for Afghanistan; Trevis Smith, former CFL player who was convicted of aggravated sexual assault, has been sentenced to five-and-a-half years for knowingly exposing two women to HIV; the top UN court has exonerated Serbia of responsibility for the genocide that was inflicted on Bosnian Muslims; Dr. Marla tells us which vaccines you'll need before spring break; Comic book legend Stan Lee talks about his new animated feature films.moreless
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