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2:38 AM - Thursday, December 18, 2014
8 hour ago - WSJ.com: World
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration said Wednesday it would prohibit hydraulic fracturing statewide, citing health concerns and calling the economic benefits to drilling in New York state limited.
4 hour ago - The Guardian
In light of rouble crisis, will Russian president adopt a more conciliatory tone or come out fighting?Read Shaun Walker’s preview of Putin’s speech 9.14am GMT The president walks on stage to light applause. He is reeling off economic figures. T . . .
5 hour ago - BBC
Switzerland's National Bank has brought in a negative interest rate cutting the value of any money left on deposit in the country.
8 hour ago - Christian Science Monitor
President Obama moved Wednesday to reestablish diplomatic ties with Cuba. Many in Congress were not pleased, and there are several ways they can oppose the move.
16 hour ago - The Guardian
Officials say US and Cuba will seek to normalise relationsPresidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro speak to nationsUS to restore Havana embassy and ambassadorshipRepublicans vow to oppose shifts to embargoCuba frees American prisoner Alan GrossW . . .
5 hour ago - The Globe and Mail
In Geneva, the international community delivered a stinging rebuke to Israel’s settlement construction in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, saying the practice violates Israel’s responsibilities as an occupying power
6 hour ago - Yahoo! News
BOSTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors have charged 14 people in a 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people nationwide. Authorities say it's the biggest criminal case ever brought in the U.S. over contaminated medicine.
12/16/2014 - Washington Post / Tim Craig
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Taliban gunmen stormed an elite army high school Tuesday in a killing spree that claimed at least 141 lives — nearly all students — and turned the streets into a frenzy of grieving, anger and calls to strike back harder ag . . .
5 hour ago - The Globe and Mail / Denise Lavoie
Three people were killed and more than 260 were injured when two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston marathon
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