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After a good December, Obama faces hard choices 
Washington Post - 11 Hours ago
By and Joe Davidson , President Obama left Washington on Friday for a lengthy holiday vacation in Hawaii, as if the beating he and the Democrats absorbed last month was of no particular consequence
Balz: For Obama, a good December, but hard choices lie ahead Washington Post
For Obama, a good December, but hard choices lie ahead Washington Post
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Obama Says Opening to Cuba Will Take Years to Bear Fruit 
BusinessWeek - 11 Hours ago
President Barack Obama said the full opening of relations between Cuba and the U.S. may take years, even as he offered assurances the new U.S. stance will bring change to the island nation’s closed society.
Obama Says Opening to Cuba Will Take Years to Bear Full Fruit NewsMax.com
Obama Says Overtures to Cuba Will Take Years to Pay Off Bloomberg
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Sony And The White House Are Telling Very Different Versions Of...visit|article-5970763|river-44317-1col-hl-17-river_headline_list-41830|3 
San Francisco Chronicle - 12 Hours ago
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Obama approves US World War One memorial in Washington 
Reuters India - 12 Hours ago
12:20am IST WASHINGTON Dec 20 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama has approved the creation of a national memorial to commemorate World War One in which more than 116,000 Americans died, the memorial's     Add Comment

Yesterday Obama tells Sisi of US concern over Egypt mass trials 
Your Middle East - 13 Hours ago
US President Barack Obama spoke to his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Thursday and expressed concern over mass trials and the continued detention of journalists and peaceful activists.     Add Comment

Obama called on women only at his news conference. Here’s why. 
Washington Post - 13 Hours ago
Here are the key moments from President Obama's last news conference of 2014, which he gave before he was due to leave for Hawaii with his family for the holidays. (Tom LeGro/The Washington Post)     Add Comment

GOP, Dems react to historic Cuba policy shift 
MSNBC - 13 Hours ago
Russia crash is perilous, schadenfreude aside Michael McFaul, former U.S ambassador to Russia, talks with Rachel Maddow about the dire economic circumstances President Putin has placed Russia in, the     Add Comment

New info developing on original Sydney target 
MSNBC - 13 Hours ago
Taliban militants attack Pakistan school More than 100 people, nearly all of them young kids, have been killed by Taliban militants after a massacre at a military school in Pakistan. NBC’s Katy Tur
Report: Witness 40 may not have seen Brown die MSNBC
Pakistani school children targeted by Taliban MSNBC
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>>   US security
Suspected hackers mock FBI in message 
CNN - 11 Hours ago
(CNN) -- The Guardians of Peace, a group of hackers accused of performing the cyberattack on Sony Pictures, mocked the FBI in a new statement issued Saturday. "The result of investigation by FBI is so
Hackers mock FBI CNN
Group accused of Sony cyberattack CNN
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Why the US released four Afghans from Guantanamo Bay (+video) 
Christian Science Monitor - 11 Hours ago
Each of the four Afghans released is considered a low-level operative at best. There are 132 prisoners still in Guantanamo Bay. The Pentagon said Saturday that four Afghans from the Guantanamo Bay detention     Add Comment

Kenya to US: Our Terror Laws Are Better Than Yours 
ABC News - 11 Hours ago
An official in Kenya is criticizing the United States for raising concerns about a new Kenyan law aimed at fighting terrorism. President Uhuru Kenyatta signed the law Friday, and critics in Kenya have     Add Comment

The Sony Hack, It's Still Not War Or Terrorism 
Forbes.com - 12 Hours ago
For more than a decade we have heard constant warnings about the coming of “cyber war” and “cyber terrorism.” The prophets of cyber doom have promised that cyber attacks are just around the corner that     Add Comment

Four detainees released from Guantanamo Bay to Afghanistan 
Los Angeles Times - 13 Hours ago
The Pentagon announced Saturday that four detainees have been sent home to Afghanistan from the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay as part of the U.S. government's ongoing release of former terrorism     Add Comment

North Korea calls for joint investigation with U.S. into cyberattack against Sony 
Washington Post - 13 Hours ago
By , Threatening “serious consequences” if the United States continues to accuse it of launching a cyberattack against Sony Pictures, North Korea on Saturday proposed a joint investigation into the
North Korea calls for joint probe into Sony hacking Washington Post
N. Korea calls for joint probe with U.S. into Sony hacking Washington Post
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U.S., IN RESPONSE TO NORTH KOREA STATEMENT, SAYS IT STANDS BY ASSERTION THAT NORTH  
CNBC - 13 Hours ago
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U.S. transfers 4 more Guantanamo detainees 
CNN - 13 Hours ago
(CNN) -- The U.S. government continues to shrink its ranks of Guantanamo Bay detainees, announcing Saturday that four more have been repatriated -- this time to Afghanistan. The Defense Department identified
U.S. transfers 4 more Guantanamo detainees — this time to Afghanistan FOX 59
U.S. repatriates 4 more Guantanamo detainees -- this time to Afghanistan KUTV.com
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>>   US social policy
Editorial: Obamacare deserves some credit for the good news about health care 
Washington Post - 12/19/2014
By , THE RATE of uninsured Americans is down . The once-inexorable ballooning of health-care costs has slowed. And, the Department of Health and Human Services recently announced , U.S. hospitals     Add Comment

Poor man's HUD 
Pilots of America - 14 Hours ago
This might be useful for pilots (with the right software). Http://www.navdy.com    Add Comment

Seattle mayor calls for more tent cities to shelter homeless 
Seattle Times - 14 Hours ago
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray says the city should accommodate more legal tent cities. The mayor will send proposed legislation to the City Council next month “to make a limited number of unused, vacant
Mayor calls for more tent cities to shelter homeless Seattle Times
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US not winning the war in Afghanistan: Obamawhere can i buy abortion pills abortion  
Yemen Post - 15 Hours ago
"You've seen conditions deteriorate over the last couple of years. The Taliban is bolder than it was. I think in the southern regions of the country, you're seeing them attack in ways that we have not     Add Comment

US diplomat says Malawi's social,economic challenges far from over 
Capital Radio Malawi - 17 Hours ago
The United States Government has weighed in with its views on the tough economic and social challenges that the country is experiencing, stressing that it might take longer before the situation improves.     Add Comment

Obama gives pay raise to federal workers 
The Hill - 17 Hours ago
President Obama on Friday ordered a 1-percent across-the-board pay raise for federal employees in an executive order issued shortly before departing on his vacation to Hawaii. The wage increase will     Add Comment

Iran's leader dismisses Obama offerabortion pill prescription redirect abortion  
Yemen Post - 18 Hours ago
Iran's supreme leader has dismissed overtures from the US president, saying Tehran does not see any change in US policy under Barack Obama's administration. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said in a speech     Add Comment

Jaguar Using HUD Technology to Improve Visibility and Reduce Distracted Driving 
CarBuzz - 19 Hours ago
There was once a time when A-pillars were unobtrusive things that didn’t impede your vision, but once it became necessary to stuff them with airbags, a drop in visibility seemed to be a necessary evil.     Add Comment
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>>   US political columnists
The World Is Experiencing the Worst Refugee Crisis Since World War II 
The New Republic Online - 17 Hours ago
H oppers Way in Singleton, Kent, is a quiet suburban cul-de-sac of red-brick detached houses, each with its own garage and driveway. Parked outside No 8, there is often a large white-and-grey camper van
The World Is Experiencing The Worst Refugee Crisis Since World War II The New Republic Online
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EPA Just Saved Utilities a Lot of Money With Weak Coal Ash Regulation 
The New Republic Online - 12/20/2014
W hen power plants burn coal, they’re left with a coal ash residue containing arsenic, mercury, lead, and selenium. Until Friday, there were no federal standards for utilities to dispose of it. Utilities     Add Comment

British Conservatives Have Been at War With the BBC for Decades—and This Time They  
The New Republic Online - 12/19/2014
T hey never seem to learn. If you’re a top politician, attacking the BBC’s reporting is the most obvious way of showing that you’re worried about the way that people will react to what you’re doing.     Add Comment

Obama's Right: Belgium Really Does Need a Politico 
The New Republic Online - 12/19/2014
I n 2009, when I was a bright-green congressional reporter for TPM, and Josh Marshall and David Kurtz told me I’d be covering the health care reform debate full time, it felt like trial by fire. In hindsight,     Add Comment

Music and Memory 
American Prospect - 12/17/2014
This article is from the Fall 2014 issue of The American Prospect magazine. O ur choir rehearsals start about a month before the High Holidays, toward the end of summer. The lake is getting colder,     Add Comment

Israel's Rightward Lurch Won't Help Netanyahu Keep His Job 
The New Republic Online - 12/17/2014
O n Tuesday, Israel’s increasingly popular haBayit haYehudi party released a new campaign video. The two-minute clip features the party leader, hardline Minister of Trade Naftali Bennett, dressed as an     Add Comment

Stop Celebrating the Ruble's Collapse. Low Oil Could Come Back to Bite the American  
The New Republic Online - 12/17/2014
T he  global oil collapse  has claimed its first victim: Russia. A 40-percent drop in the price of crude, the country’s dominant industry, has significantly reduced trade demand and coincided with a      Add Comment

Elizabeth Warren Is a Much Bigger Underdog Against Hillary Than Obama Was in 2006 
The New Republic Online - 12/16/2014
W arren-mentum is upon us. The Massachusetts senator still says that she is not running for president but won’t say that she will not run. At the same time, she has dominated the airwaves over the past     Add Comment
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