FIRST LOOK: Hubble telescope finds mysterious green blob in space

Liz Goodwin
January 11, 2011

Welcome to First Look, our daily roundup of early-bird news:

• Scientists are trying to find a universal, one-time flu vaccine by studying people who recovered from the swine flu last year. (Health Day)

• Jared Loughner's father may break his silence today. (WSJ)

• The Federal Reserve is the most profitable bank ever. (The New York Times)

• About a quarter of abortions last year were done by medication, not surgery, in the early days of an unintended pregnancy. (AP)

• In contrast to the Great Depression, wages have been very fast to fall in this recession--and the drop is sticking. (WSJ)

• A surge of disabled workers filed job bias claims last year. (AP)

• Hubble telescope finds mysterious green blob in space. (AP)

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