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  • Killing of two officers further strains police-community relations - Press Herald
    22.12.2014, 09:01:31
    Press Herald Killing of two officers further strains police-community relations Press Herald The former NBC "Nightly News" anchor will soon begin a drug maintenance program after months of chemotherapy. More Headlines. Burial practices fuel spread of Ebola in Sierra Leone · World Dispatches. More in News. Local & State · Nation & World ... A Widening Rift Between de Blasio and the New York City Police Is Savagely ... New York Times Police shootings put pressure on city's mayor BDlive NYPD blames Mayor de Blasio in officer shootings Austin American-Statesman The Week Magazine  - International Business Times all 356 news articles »
  • Obama: North Korea hack 'cyber-vandalism,' not 'act of war' - Washington Post (blog)
    21.12.2014, 23:36:41
    Obama: North Korea hack 'cyber-vandalism,' not 'act of war' Washington Post (blog) This post has been updated. President Obama said in an interview broadcast Sunday that he does not think a recent North Korean cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment was "an act of war." "No, I don't think it was an act of war," Obama said on ... and more »
  • Christmas Week Storm Threatens Holiday Travel Chaos -
    22.12.2014, 09:37:54
    Pittsburgh Post Gazette Christmas Week Storm Threatens Holiday Travel Chaos Lashing rains, high winds and thunderstorms look set to mess up holiday travel plans for millions of Americans this week as the country heads for a mostly wet -- not white -- Christmas. A large developing north-south cold front threatens to deliver rain and ... First Alert Forecast: high rain chances to start week, drier changes by Christmas WECT-TV6 Warmer Monday brings rain later; holiday snow possible WTHR Rain Moving In Late Today WILX-TV  - WDIV Detroit  - all 302 news articles »
  • US cops shoot Canadian man on border -
    22.12.2014, 06:43:27
    National Post US cops shoot Canadian man on border US officers shot and wounded a Canadian man early Sunday as he crossed a border bridge into the United States while waving a handgun, officials said. US Customs and Border Protection said that the man, who was not identified, stopped his car around ... Windsor man shot at Ambassador Bridge in Detroit Sarnia Observer all 188 news articles »
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  • Wet Not White: Rain and Wind Threaten Christmas Travel
    22.12.2014, 09:36:11
    Lashing rains, high winds and thunderstorms are set to mess up holiday travel plans for millions of Americans this week.
  • Missing Student's Keys Found in River
    22.12.2014, 09:18:36
    More than three weeks after his disappearance, officials have found the keys of missing college student Shane Montgomery at the bottom of the Schuylkill.
  • Sydney Gunman's Partner Taken Into Custody
    22.12.2014, 08:59:16
    The partner of the Sydney siege gunman had her bail revoked over murder charges relating to the death of the hostage-taker's wife.
  • Italian Beats Vatican Security to Perch on St. Peter's
    22.12.2014, 08:46:32
    It was the fifth time Marcello Di Finizio has staged such a protest at the Vatican in recent years
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  • Dolphins are keeping coach after 37-35 win over Vikings
    22.12.2014, 09:48:08
    MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- The Miami Dolphins are out of the market for a new coach, even though they're also out of the playoff race for the sixth year in a row.
  • Spain: Princess Cristina going on trial for fraud
    22.12.2014, 09:46:52
    MADRID (AP) -- A Spanish judge has ordered the king's sister, Princess Cristina, to be tried along with her husband on charges of tax fraud, the first member of the country's royal family to go to court since the royalty was restored in 1975.
  • China promises medical care for HIV-positive boy
    22.12.2014, 09:36:17
    China's health ministry has promised to provide medical care and a living allowance for an eight-year-old HIV-positive boy targeted by villagers for expulsion, state media reported Monday, in a case that has drawn widespread condemnation. The health ministry has also pledged to conduct spot checks around China to uncover any other violations of anti-discrimination policies, the state-run paper reported. The provincial Communist Party committee is investigating reports of the petition to expel the boy, the Global Times newspaper, with close ties to the party, quoted an unnamed propaganda official as saying. The boy was left with his grandfather when both his parents quit the impoverished village to seek work and remains in his grandfather's care in the village for the present, the Beijing News indicated.
  • China condemns cyberattacks, but says no proof North Korea hacked Sony
    22.12.2014, 09:34:38
    By Megha Rajagopalan and Steve Holland BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China said on Monday it opposed all forms of cyberattacks but there was no proof that North Korea was responsible for the hacking of Sony Pictures, as the United States has said. North Korea has denied it was to blame and has vowed to hit back against any U.S. retaliation, threatening the White House and the Pentagon. The hackers said they were incensed by a Sony comedy about a fictional assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which the studio has pulled. ...
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  • Officers shoot man at U.S. border
    22.12.2014, 09:27:55
    U.S. officers shot a Canadian man who walked toward a border inspection booth waving a handgun early Sunday.
  • Mom charged in deaths of 8 kids
    21.12.2014, 23:40:01
    As Australia grapples with another shocking tragedy -- the deaths of eight children in one home -- the mother of seven of them might be able to explain what happened.
  • 20 arrested at megamall
    21.12.2014, 22:44:48
    A choir of protests echoed through the country's quintessential megamall, when a few hundred demonstrators from Black Lives Matter raised their voices at the Mall of America.
  • Infant can't bear to be touched
    20.12.2014, 15:48:05
    Parents were shocked to find out their child has a disease which makes skin-to-skin contact nearly impossible.
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  • In 2008 Mumbai Killings, Piles of Spy Data, but an Uncompleted Puzzle
    22.12.2014, 02:01:56
    An investigation reveals how American, British and Indian agencies failed to pull together intelligence streams, including a plotter’s online activity, before attacks that Indians regard as their 9/11.
  • Obama to See if North Korea Should Return to Terror List
    21.12.2014, 18:07:35
    President Obama said he would “review” whether to return North Korea to the list, part of a broader government response to a damaging cyberattack on Sony’s Hollywood studio.
  • Cuba Seizures Now Present Opportunities
    22.12.2014, 02:46:24
    Lawyers are scrambling to determine whether normalized relations with Cuba will create a chance to get compensation for lost properties now estimated to be worth nearly $7 billion.
  • Sports of The Times: In Cuba, Baseball Remains a Grand Preoccupation
    22.12.2014, 02:10:18
    In Cuba, from the games on the fields to those played in streets with baseballs wrapped in duct tape or bottle caps tossed with precision, it’s a love pursued amid the ruins.
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