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7:10 AM - Friday, December 19, 2014
8 hour ago - BBC
Former model Mandy Rice-Davies, one of the main figures in the 1960s Profumo affair, has died from cancer at the age of 70, her publicist says.
11 hour ago - chicago
Many wondered if Stephen Colbert, after playing a bloviating conservative for 1,447 episodes of his "Colbert Report," might finally break character and just speak as Stephen Colbert, human being, in Thursday's final episode. He did not.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com: World
South Korean Court dissolved a small far-left political party, of which several members were found guilty of trying to instigate armed rebellion against the government in the event of war.
16 hour ago - Reuters
WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) - Washington made the woes of cyberattack victim Sony Pictures its own on Thursday as the White House acknowledged that the devastating strike against the big Hollywood studio was a matter of national security . . .
6 hour ago - CNN.com
North Korea's fury over the movie comedy "The Interview" appears to have taken the secretive state's oversensitivity to new extremes.
10 hour ago - msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines
Pakistan's army says it killed 59 militants in a northwestern tribal region near the Afghan border, days after Taliban fighters killed 148 people.
6 hour ago - CNN.com
Norman Bridwell, the creator of "Clifford the Big Red Dog," has died, according to his publisher, Scholastic.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com: World
Boko Haram kidnapped nearly 200 villagers and killed dozens more in Nigeria, a witness and a vigilante group said, in what appeared to be collective punishment on a community that opposed the group.
6 hour ago - CNN.com
They're the most powerful couple in the country but President Barack Obama and the First Lady Michelle Obama say they're sometimes still treated like the help.
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