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10:35 PM - Friday, December 19, 2014
9 hour ago - The Guardian / Constanze Letsch
Prosecutor charges elderly US-based Islamic cleric with operating armed terror group following raids on media outletsA Turkish court has issued an arrest warrant for the US-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gülen, a former ally of Turkish presiden . . .
4 hour ago - CNN.com
For his final episode of "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert signed off with a star-filled sing-a-long.
6 hour ago - WSJ.com: World
The U.S. government closed a chapter in financial-crisis history when it sold its remaining shares of Ally Financial and shuttered its auto-bailout program, ending the last major pieces of a $426 billion rescue package.
13 hour ago - USATODAY.com
Sony executives got an e-mail praising them for pulling the film.        
20 hour ago - NPR / Eyder Peralta
President Obama has a lot to talk about: From the recent protests in Ferguson to thawing relations with Cuba and Iran. Obama may also be asked about the cyber attack on Sony.
11 hour ago - LA Times / Christi Parsons
In a wide-ranging news conference Friday, President Obama called it "a mistake" for Sony Pictures not to release "The Interview," predicted that change in Cuba is inevitable and tried to make the case that the U.S. is better off than in the past.
7 hour ago - NY Times
A panel investigating the agency’s search of a computer network used by staff members of the Senate Intelligence Committee who were looking into the C.I.A.'s use of torture will recommend against punishing anyone, officials said.
12 hour ago - NPR / Leila Fadel
Tunisia launched the Arab uprisings four years ago when it ousted a dictator. Sunday's presidential election heralds the country's steady, but not-yet-guaranteed progress.
16 hour ago - Washington Post / Ellen Nakashima
Federal investigators on Friday accused North Korea of carrying out a computer attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, blaming the Stalinist government for an intrusion that exposed corporate e-mails, wiped out computer data and underlined . . .
10 hour ago - feeds.nbcnews.com / Phil Helsel
President Obama said Sony made the wrong decision by pulling "The Interview," but the studio's CEO Michael Lynton says he would do it again.
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