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10 Things to Know for Today - Thursday, Jan. 30

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. U.S. EXPECTED TO SHOW SOLID GROWTH FOR LAST THREE MONTHS OF 2013

Economists forecast annual growth rate of 3.3 percent. GDP increased at even stronger 4.1 percent rate the quarter before.

2. MISSOURI CARRIES OUT THIRD EXECUTION IN THREE MONTHS

After U.S. Supreme Court denies appeals, convicted killer Herbert Smulls gets lethal injection and dies without complications.

3. VERDICT MAY BE ANNOUNCED IN THIRD TRIAL OF AMANDA KNOX

After guilty then innocent rulings, appeals panel designated by Italy's supreme court to deliberate over 2007 slaying of roommate.

4. CHINESE NEW YEAR SENDS LABORERS HOME, RICH ABROAD

China's Lunar New Year migration is often referred to as the largest movement of people anywhere.

5. WHAT GOOGLE'S SALE OF MOTOROLA SMARTPHONE BUSINESS MEANS TO BUYER

Chinese company Lenovo is already the world's biggest PC maker. Now it has chance to become a global player in smartphones, too.

6. DEMONSTRATIONS IN BANGKOK A HUMBLING EXPERIENCE FOR GOVERNMENT WORKERS

Locked out of their offices, officials beg to get in, showing how weak Thailand's democratically elected administration has become.

7. HOW ARGENTINES ARE COPING WITH COLLAPSING ECONOMY

Instead of rioting, consumers are resorting to survival skills. They're hoarding dollars, stockpiling goods and plowing savings into real estate.

8. SAN FRANCISCO: RESCUERS DIDN'T KILL ASIANA VICTIM

City disagrees with coroner's ruling.

9. WHERE IT'S OK TO TAKE MARIJUANA THROUGH AIRPORT SECURITY

Because Washington and Colorado have legalized pot, police can't confiscate it from carry-on bags or checked luggage.

10. JUSTIN BIEBER TURNS HIMSELF IN TO TORONTO POLICE

The 19-year-old singer's latest brush with the law involves alleged assault of a limo driver in December, an official says.

The Journal Gazette contributed to this report.

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