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North Korea's Internet back up after disruption
(CNN) -- [Breaking news, posted at 9:35 p.m. ET]. North Korea's Internet was back up Tuesday after a more than nine-hour outage, according to Dyn Research, a company that monitors Internet performance. [Original story, posted at 5:39 p.m. ET].
North Korea Loses Its Link to the InternetNew York Times
Sony Hack Sparks UN Human Rights QueryWall Street Journal
UPDATE 3-At UN council, US calls life in N.Korea 'living nightmare'Reuters
Washington Post -Daily Mail -The Hindu
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New York Times

De Blasio, With Bratton by Side, Seeks Balance After 2 Killings
New York Times
Mayor Bill de Blasio, publicly silent and largely out of view the day after two police officers were killed in Brooklyn, re-emerged on Monday, straining to demonstrate leadership over a fractured city. Mr. de Blasio visited the families of the slain officers, spoke to a ...
Police Unions 'Standing Down' After Controversial Comments In Wake Of NYPD ...Huffington Post
Bill de Blasio must still fix broken relationship with NYPDNew York Daily News
NYC mayor meets with families of slain police officersCNN
Reuters -ABC News -Newsday
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New York Times

Joe Cocker, Raspy-Voiced Rock Star With Distinctive Moves, Is Dead at 70
New York Times
Joe Cocker, the gravelly British singer who became one of pop's most recognizable interpreters in the late 1960s and '70s with passionate, idiosyncratic takes on songs like the Beatles' “With a Little Help From My Friends,” died on Monday at his home in ...
Joe Cocker, singer known for his raspy voice and unbridled performances, dies ...Washington Post
Joe Cocker, British blues rocker, dead at 70CBC.ca
Raspy-voiced British soul singer Joe Cocker dies at 70Reuters
Toronto Star -Los Angeles Times -Sydney Morning Herald
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WRTV Indianapolis

ALERT: Christmas Eve travel forecast
WRTV Indianapolis
As we get closer to the Christmas holiday, chances are either you or your loved ones will be traveling. We may not be able to control the weather, but we want you to know where rain or snow could slow you down. WRTV. Copyright 2014 Scripps Media, Inc. All ...
Rain, snow possible amid heavy holiday travelDayton Daily News
Soggy Stretch into Christmasabc40
Christmas Forecast: Stormy Week to Bring Severe Weather and Lots of RainABC News
WIFR -Washington Post (blog) -Cincinnati.com
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ABC News

The end for Michael Grimm?
New York Rep. Michael Grimm has always been a survivor, so if he steps into a federal court in Brooklyn Tuesday and pleads guilty to a felony charge that he evaded taxes – as he is expected to do – it will likely be the beginning of the end for his brief, but ...
Rep. Michael Grimm to Plead Guilty to Tax ChargeNew York Times
Michael Grimm to plead guilty to federal tax evasion, AP sources sayFox News
New York congressman who sponsored bill blocking large flood insurance hikes ...NOLA.com
Washington Post
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New York Times

Bowe Bergdahl's Disciplinary Fate Placed in Hands of Army General
New York Times
The fate of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl now rests with a four-star Army general at Fort Bragg, N.C., who will decide whether the soldier, who disappeared from his tiny Army outpost in rugged eastern Afghanistan in 2009, should be court-martialed and what, if any, ...
Bergdahl investigation report goes to senior Army commanderDeseret News

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TV meteorologist: He just started shooting at me
TEMPLE, Texas — A television meteorologist, who was shot in his station's parking lot, thanked doctors and others who helped him right after he was shot last week. Patrick Crawford, 35, spoke to the media for the first time since the shooting on Monday.
Texas Weatherman Describes the Moment He Was Shot, Painful RecoveryABC News
TV meteorologist says he did not talk to man who shot himWaco Tribune-Herald
TV meteorologist Patrick Crawford says suspect didn't say anything, just started ...WLS-TV
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Fox News

Arpaio kicks off legal campaign against Obama immigration order, in court hearing
Fox News
A longtime thorn in the side of the Obama administration's immigration policy got the first chance to stick it to the president Monday, arguing in court that his sweeping immigration order -- designed to spare nearly 5 million people from deportation -- is ...

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US rights groups want special prosecutor to probe CIA tactics
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. civil rights groups on Monday called on the U.S. Justice Department to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the CIA's use of torture and other extreme measures during interrogations. The American Civil Liberties Union ...
Georgia Voices: We don't need to prove we're 'better than terrorists'Marietta Daily Journal
More rights groups urge Obama to prosecute over CIA tortureThe State

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Wall Street Journal

Kids know best: It's Santa magic
For more than 50 years, NORAD and its predecessor, the Continental Air Defense Command, have tracked Santa's flight around the world. The tradition began in 1955 after a Colorado Springs-based Sears Roebuck & Co. advertisement misprinted the ...
NORAD's Santa trackerAlbany Democrat Herald
Government fear increased cyberattacks on NORAD Santa tracker siteKABC-TV
NORAD ready to track Santa ClausPiqua Daily Call

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