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5:08 AM - Sunday, December 21, 2014
7 hour ago - The Guardian
Officers killed in ambush named as Wenjian Liu and Rafael RamosSuspect Ismaaiyl Brinsley also linked to shooting in BaltimorePolice unions say ‘blood on hands’ of protesters and mayorTwo New York City police officers were shot and killed on Sat . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Pentagon said that four Afghans from the Guantanamo Bay detention center have been returned home in what U.S. officials are citing as a sign of their confidence in the new Afghan president.
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Many politicians see U.S.-Cuba relations as an obsolete preoccupation of the Cold War. But for a small cadre of Cuban-Americans in Congress, it is personal and urgent.
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
The U.S. expanded its Russia sanctions to include a motorcycle group favored by Russian President Vladimir Putin as well as individuals and entities linked to the pro-Russian separatist movement in Ukraine.
10 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Andrew Hart
After the murder of two NYPD officers on Saturday, the outspoken head of the city's primary police union blamed protesters and Mayor Bill de Blasio for the deaths of Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. "There's blood on many hands tonight . . .
16 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Federal Bureau of Investigation said Friday evidence points to North Korea as the culprit behind a hack of Sony Pictures that led the studio to pull the movie “The Interview” out of theaters.
6 hour ago - Media Matters
Last night on his Fox News show, Bill O'Reilly celebrated having "won the war" on Christmas. He continued the victory lap on NBC's Late Night, telling host Seth Meyers, "it's over, we won. Anybody can say Merry Christmas if they want to."   Bu . . .
6 hour ago - LA Times
To the editor: Historically, in order to greenlight a motion picture, one had to work his or her way up past the reader, the lower-level development executive and finally to the decision-maker. Along the way might have been the approval of a ce . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Two New York City police officers were shot and killed in their patrol car outside a Brooklyn housing project on Saturday. Police are investigating social-media posts in which the suspected gunman foreshadowed the killings.
7 hour ago - The Guardian
Three-time world heavyweight champion, who has Parkinson’s disease, in stable condition, says spokesmanBoxing great Muhammad Ali has been taken to hospital with pneumonia.The three-time world heavyweight champion, who has Parkinson’s disease, w . . .
6 hour ago - LA Times
To the editor: I cringe when read the Parthenon Marbles referred to as the Elgin Marbles. Those magnificent sculptures never belonged to the man who took them from Greece and in truth do not belong to the British Museum. ("At Russia museum, Elg . . .
6 hour ago - Media Matters
The research group whose misleading poll question was heavily touted by the media to suggest "growing public support for gun rights" has acknowledged that the question was flawed. Last week, the Pew Research Center released the results of a su . . .
6 hour ago - Media Matters
Conservative media are praising Pennsylvania's fracking industry in order to criticize New York's recently announced ban on hydraulic fracturing, without mentioning the health impacts that it has had on Pennsylvania's drinking water and commu . . .
18 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Igor Bobic
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has sought China’s help in recent days in blocking North Korea’s ability to launch cyberattacks, the first steps toward the “proportional response” President Obama vowed to make the North pay for the assaul . . .
8 hour ago - CNN.com
President Barack Obama jolted the long, tumultuous relationship between the United States and Cuba with his decision to normalize relations with a country that has fascinated and vexed Americans since the days of Theodore Roosevelt.
16 hour ago - LA Times
Far removed -- at least physically -- from the concerns of Washington, President Obama commenced the familiar rituals of his annual holiday getaway to his home state of Hawaii on Saturday, starting with a round of golf.
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