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NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 17, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Other stories in the news this past week, including a couple making out during the post-hockey riot in Vancouver, Canada, presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Tim Pawlenty being glitter-bombed by gay rights activists, the entry of Jon Huntsman into the presidential race, Michele Bachmann‚Äôs performance in the presidential debate, a deal proposed by Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi, the deaths of singer Carl Gardner†† and TV producer Bob Banner††, the first female Marine general {Loretta Reynolds} to take command at Paris Island, the concept design for Airbus jets, the film made by 2 men stuck inside DFW airport, a prairie dog on a golf course in Sarasota, a lioness pawing at the window at a 1-year-old boy and a cat and dolphin in Florida, reported; scenes shown of Mitt Romney pretending to be pinched by a waitress, Kadhafi playing chess.
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