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Saturday, November 24, 2007

Updates on past stories

According to People magazine, Nancy Grace's twins have been able to go home this week.

Nancy Grace will take her daughter Lucy Elizabeth home from the hospital on Saturday to join her twin brother John David who was released on Thursday, her rep Patty Caruso tells PEOPLE

The CNN Headline News anchor "is thrilled" at her daughter Lucy's progress. "She is over four pounds and doing extremely well. Nancy is so happy to have both her children home with her," says Caruso.

Grace, 48, gave birth early to the twins Nov. 4 having suffered a pulmonary edema during pregnancy and developing fluid in her lungs that prompted doctors to perform a C-section. She was released from the hospital on Nov. 16 and remains on medication.

On Monday, Grace, who is married to investment banker David Linch, told PEOPLE she was "torn up" about leaving her twins in the hospital. She expects to bring the twins home to New York next month


From Inside Cable News, Former CNN anchor Marina Kolbe's discrimination case has come to a conclusion:

A U.S. District Court jury deliberated for five hours before deciding Wednesday in favor of CNN, which claimed that Marina Kolbe’s contract was not renewed because of her average performance and failure to improve.

Kolbe had worked in Atlanta for CNN’s International division for four years when in 2003 the network failed to renew her contract. Kolbe, then 42, was replaced by a South Asian anchor.

“We are obviously pleased with the jury’s verdict. It not only shows that CNN does not discriminate, but also validates CNN’s commitment to diversity,” the network said in a statement.

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