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  1. National Investigation Agency to Probe Assam Militant Attacks, Says Home ... - NDTV
  2. Malaysia premier under fire for golfing with Obama - News24
  3. China city bans Christmas in schools, warns over 'Western' culture - Astro Awani
  4. CDC monitoring technician for possible Ebola exposure - Macro Insider
  5. Second night of protests after Antonio Martin shooting - USA TODAY
  6. Pope celebrates Christmas Eve Mass and calls Iraqi refugees - Fox News
  7. Dog Races To Catch Up With Ambulance
  8. 28 Years Later, Lynda Alsip Gets Her Mustang Back
  9. Ebola Survivor: "You Feel Like ... Maybe ... A Ghost"
  10. Will The Taliban Attack Make Parents Afraid To Send Kids To School?
  11. Sombre Christmas, gatherings banned in Ebola-hit Sierra Leone
  12. Somber Christmas, gatherings banned in Ebola-hit Sierra Leone
  13. Ex-President George HW Bush to stay hospitalized overnight - Fox News
  14. Dreaming of a white Christmas? Go West - The Missoulian
  15. Streaming release of 'Interview' test for industry - Philly.com
  16. President Obama's Hawaii vacation: Day 5 - WKRC TV Cincinnati
  17. CDC says lab tech may have been exposed to Ebola - WPTV.com
  18. Hong Kong police arrest 12 democracy protesters - Cortez Journal
  19. Assam attack: India's military hunts rebels after deadly attacks in remote state - ABC Online
  20. In the news - Arkansas Online
  21. Committed's 'Home For Christmas' Has Fun Songs And Some Classics
  22. Google, Microsoft stand with Sony against hackers - IBNLive
  23. Protests flare after Missouri police killing of armed black man - Reuters
  24. Romania's Rush To Judge Ceausescu Haunts Retired General
  25. 'Unbroken' Skips Over Louis Zamperini's Post-War Struggles
  26. Ecologists Take On Tiny Green Beetles That Infest Ash Trees
  27. Demand For Audio Books Keeps Penguin Random House Recording
  28. Barry Manilow: I Jump At The Chance To Do A Christmas Album
  29. Pope Francis celebrates Christmas Eve mass in St. Peter's Basilica - Telegraph.co.uk
  30. A Century Ago, When The Guns Fell Silent On Christmas
  31. A Punch Line In The U.S., Christmas Fruitcake Is Big In Calcutta
  32. Pope celebrates Christmas Eve Mass and calls Iraqi refugees - Fox News
  33. Pittsburgh Tries To Attract Enterprising Immigrants And Refugees
  34. Christmas Tree Farmers Invest Long-Term In The Holiday Spirit
  35. Higher intake of yogurt linked to lower risk of type 2 diabetes
  36. What was the 'Paleo diet'? There was far more than one, study suggests
  37. Hit the weights, not the treadmill, to reduce belly fat
  38. Unexpected Life Found In The Ocean's Deepest Trench
  39. Inside The Indiana Megadairy Making Coca-Cola's New Milk
  40. The French Go Crazy For 'An American In Paris'
  41. Pope Francis And His Gift For Blending The Spiritual And The Political
  42. CDC Lab Workers May Have Been Exposed to Ebola - SMN Weekly
  43. Two Connecticut Theaters Screening Film At Center Of Sony Controversy - CBS Local
  44. Christmas banned by Chinese University, says it is “Kitsch” - New Straits Times Online
  45. Christians hold Christmas Eve Mass in Bethlehem - BBC News
  46. Ex-president George HW Bush spends another night in Texas hospital: spokesman - ABC Online
  47. India's military hunts rebels after deadly attacks in remote state - Reuters
  48. Crowd Protesting Antonio Martin's Death Shut Down Highway in Berkeley - NBCNews.com
  49. Pope Celebrates Christmas Eve Mass, Calls Iraqi Refugees
  50. Obama Hits The Links With Malaysia's Prime Minister
  51. Police: Teen raised gun before officer killed him near Ferguson - CNN
  52. CDC Monitors Lab Worker for Possible Ebola Exposure - U.S. News & World Report
  53. Chinese University Bans Christmas for Being 'Kitsch' Western Holiday - NBCNews.com
  54. Jordanian pilot captured by Islamic State after warplane goes down in Syria - Washington Post
  55. North Korea: No 'physical reaction' to new film - U-T San Diego
  56. Former President George H.W. Bush remains hospitalized - New York Daily News
  57. At Home and at Work, Black Police Officers Are on Defensive - New York Times
  58. Thousands flock to Bethlehem for Christmas Eve celebrations - Haaretz
  59. New protests near Ferguson after officer kills armed suspect - CBS News
  60. Error at CDC puts lab tech at risk for Ebola - The Seattle Times
  61. IS militants capture Jordanian pilot after warplane crashes in Syria - Hindustan Times
  62. George HW Bush to remain in hospital for second night - KPRC Houston
  63. How Sony hacking helps YouTube's paid video plans - Times of India
  64. Christmas saved after Aurora family robbed of presents - WLS-TV
  65. Shooter kills man in Louisiana mall on Christmas Eve - Reuters
  66. Court Denies Polanski's Attempt To Dismiss 1977 Rape Charge - WKBW-TV
  67. At Home and Work, Black Police Officers on Defensive - New York Times
  68. Police Officer Who Killed Black Teen In Missouri Had Been Issued Body Camera ... - Huffington Post
  69. CDC monitoring tech for possible Ebola exposure - SFGate
  70. US says ISIS not responsible for downing of Jordanian fighter jet - Fox News
  71. AP Top Political News At 10:51 pm EST - Businessweek
  72. North Korea: No 'physical reaction' to new film - Washington Post
  73. Shooter kills man in Louisiana mall on Christmas Eve - Reuters
  74. Court Denies Polanski's Motion to Dismiss 1977 Sex Case - Wall Street Journal
  75. Forward Smith set to join up with Rockets
  76. 1 dead, gunman in custody after shooting at Louisiana mall - Fox News
  77. Bill de Blasio wants people to donate to Daily News cop fund - New York Daily News
  78. Obama tees off in Hawaii with Malaysian leader - MiamiHerald.com
  79. Antonio Martin's Death Is Investigated in Missouri - New York Times
  80. Ebola Sample Is Mishandled at CDC Lab in Latest Error - New York Times
  81. Jackie Chan says feels ashamed of son's drug abuse
  82. At Christmas Eve mass Pope Francis places phone call to Iraqi refugees forced ... - National Post
  83. UPDATE 1-CDC worker monitored for possible Ebola exposure in lab error
  84. Former President Bush, 90, remains in Houston hospital: spokesman - Reuters
  85. North Korea likely will have no 'physical reaction' to new film - Boston Globe
  86. CDC worker monitored for possible Ebola exposure in lab error
  87. Theater Owner Breaks Silence on Sony's Wild Week: "I Was Irritated" - Hollywood Reporter
  88. Ex-President George HW Bush to Stay Hospitalized - ABC News
  89. 1 dead, gunman in custody after shooting at Louisiana mall - Fox News
  90. Islamic State did not shoot down Jordan plane, says US - BBC News
  91. Text of Pope Francis' homily during Christmas Eve Mass - U-T San Diego
  92. Police officer kills black man near Ferguson; video captured incident - Los Angeles Times
  93. Faces & Names: Judge denies Polanski bid to close case - Duluth News Tribune
  94. Pope Francis's Christmas Eve call to Iraqi refugees - Sydney Morning Herald
  95. Animal research at NIH lab challenged by members of Congress
  96. North Korea: No 'physical reaction' to new film - Ynetnews
  97. CDC lab technician possibly exposed to Ebola, agency says - Fox News
  98. Ferguson fears: Teen killed by police in St. Louis suburb - New York Daily News
  99. Watch Premier League stars read poem in moving tribute to 1914 World War 1 ... - Mirror.co.uk
  100. Benjamin Netanyahu promises swift action in Gaza following attacks - Al-Bawaba
  101. 1 dead, gunman in custody after shooting at Louisiana mall - Fox News
  102. Islamic State Holds Jordanian Pilot; US Denies IS Claim F-16 Jet Shot Down - Voice of America
  103. Police: Teen raised gun before officer killed him near Ferguson - CNN
  104. For Iraqi Christians, a Season Shrouded in Memories of Christmas Past - New York Times
  105. Islamic State Holds Jordanian Pilot; US Denies IS Claim F-16 Jet Shot Down - Voice of America
  106. Text of Pope Francis' homily during Christmas Eve Mass - U-T San Diego
  107. UPDATE 1-Los Angeles judge denies Polanski bid to close 1977 child sex case - Reuters
  108. Person dies in Oakwood Center mall shooting - WWL
  109. CDC: Lab tech may have been exposed to Ebola - CNN
  110. Mishandling Of Ebola Sample May Have Exposed CDC Technician To Virus
  111. CDC technician may have been exposed to Ebola due to lab error -NY Times
  112. Online mammography information may be too technical
  113. CDC technician may have been exposed to Ebola due to lab error: NY Times
  114. North Korea: No 'physical reaction' to new film - Ynetnews
  115. US says ISIS not responsible for downing of Jordanian fighter jet - Fox News
  116. Google weighed security, free speech in move to stream Sony film - Reuters
  117. Police officer kills black man near Ferguson; video captured incident - Los Angeles Times
  118. What To Expect In The 2016 Presidential Announcement Season
  119. KCRW Presents: TV On The Radio
  120. Cavs lose Brazilian Varejao for season with Achilles tear
  121. San Jose enforcer Scott suspended four games for hit
  122. Director John Carpenter On The Sound Of A Terrifying Film
  123. Choir Attracts Singers From LA's Skid Row
  124. What Has Changed Since Airstrikes Against ISIS Began?
  125. When Home And Health Are Just Out Of Reach
  126. 'Selma' Manages To Be Both Passion-Inspiring And Measured
  127. CDC Reports Possible Ebola Exposure at Containment Lab - NBCNews.com
  128. Pope Francis Leads Midnight Mass at the Vatican - NBCNews.com
  129. Santa's on his way! NORAD's tracking his sleigh - USA TODAY
  130. Benjamin Netanyahu promises swift action in Gaza following attacks - Al-Bawaba
  131. UPDATE 1-Los Angeles judge denies Polanski bid to close 1977 child sex case - Reuters
  132. 2014 Hashtags: #BringBackOurGirls Made Nigerian Schoolgirls All Of 'Ours'
  133. Episode 593: Who Had The First Job?
  134. US says ISIS did not down plane; Jordanian pilot held captive - CNN
  135. Google weighed security, free speech in move to stream Sony film - Reuters
  136. Ex-President George HW Bush taken to hospital - Washington Post
  137. 50 Wonderful Things From 2014
  138. A Blizzard Of Cash: Christmas Comes Early To Hong Kong
  139. Japanese Artist Indicted For 'Vagina Kayak'
  140. Sierra Leone district declares three-day Ebola lockdown
  141. Tenth Egyptian dies of H5N1 bird flu - Health Ministry
  142. Sierra Leone district declares three-day Ebola lockdown
  143. Tenth Egyptian dies of H5N1 bird flu: Health Ministry
  144. Thousands of Christians in Israel, Palestinian Authority welcome Christmas - Jerusalem Post
  145. NORAD: Santa "tracked" from Australia to Africa - The Seattle Times
  146. Los Angeles judge denies Polanski bid to close 1977 child sex case - Reuters
  147. Oops: It won't be a white Christmas after all - Chicago Sun-Times
  148. Police officer kills armed black man near Ferguson, Missouri - Reuters
  149. Recess timing may not affect kids’ fruit and vegetable intake
  150. Animated Films Become Bridge To Child With Autism
  151. Four Dead, 50 Injured In Mississippi After Severe Storms
  152. Police: Teen raised gun before officer killed him near Ferguson - CNN
  153. ISIS Militants Capture Jordanian Fighter Pilot in Syria - New York Times
  154. FDA denies approval for Actavis hypertension treatment
  155. Former world number two Steve Stricker has back surgery
  156. Curry spices thing up with dazzling three-point prowess
  157. FDA denies approval for Actavis hypertension treatment
  158. UPDATE 1-Death toll in Ebola outbreak rises to 7,588 - WHO
  159. The Thistle & Shamrock: Nollaig
  160. Michel Petrucciani On Piano Jazz
  161. DJ Sessions: Christmas Favorites Of Yesterday -- And Today
  162. Roost: Sony incident example of U.S. 'exceptionalism' - U-T San Diego
  163. Former President George HW Bush Hospitalized - ABC News
  164. Rejected: Roman Polanski's latest bid to dismiss sex case - CBS News
  165. Egypt strangles Gaza, but Israel gets the flack - Haaretz
  166. Wait, How Exactly Does the Nativity Story Go? - TIME
  167. NORAD volunteers warn kids to be asleep for Santa visit - MiamiHerald.com
  168. International Year In Review      
  169. Another Deadly Encounter Between Police, Black Resident in Missouri - Voice of America
  170. ISIS Captures Jordanian Pilot After Warplane Crashes in Syria - ABC News
  171. Sony releases North Korea film online in US - Financial Times
  172. A Dwarf Elephant With Outsized Attitude
  173. Gourmet Magazine Editor Ruth Reichl Dishes About First Novel
  174. China's Fierce Anti-Corruption Crackdown: An Insider's View
  175. U.S. Strikes Have Killed 1,100 ISIS Fighters and Cost $1 Billion
  176. Would You Like Health Insurance With Those Stocking Stuffers?
  177. US STOCKS-Wall St ends flat in short session, Dow ekes out record close
  178. Most people use inhalers and auto-injectors improperly
  179. Santa Protester Tear-Gassed in Clashes With Israeli Soldiers - ABC News
  180. The 36th Annual Christmas Eve Big Feast took place in downtown Houston. - KPRC Houston
  181. Significance of Christmas - The Hindu
  182. Fired Phoenix VA chief Helman took secret gifts - azcentral.com
  183. Sierra Leone bans Christmas parties amid Ebola - Washington Post
  184. Boughs Of Holly For An Island Threatened By Rising Seas
  185. Stormy weather could snarl Christmas Eve travel plans for millions - Fox News
  186. Death toll in Ebola outbreak rises to 7,573: WHO
  187. Death toll in Ebola outbreak rises to 7,573 - WHO
  188. US STOCKS-Wall St inches up in short session, indexes at records
  189. Bianculli's Top 10: 2014 Was A 'Good Year For Programming'
  190. Son's Death 'Doesn't Make Any Sense,' Say Antonio Martin's Parents
  191. Police officer kills armed black man near Ferguson, Missouri - Reuters
  192. Tornadoes blamed for four deaths, major damage in Mississippi - Chicago Tribune
  193. Sony Pictures to put 'The Interview' online on Wednesday - Reuters
  194. Santa Protester Tear-Gassed in Clashes With Israeli Soldiers - ABC News
  195. ISIS reportedly shoots down Jordanian plane over Syria, pilot captured - Fox News
  196. Christmas pilgrims gather in Bethlehem after difficult year - gulfnews.com
  197. Death toll in Ebola outbreak rises to 7573: WHO - Reuters
  198. Sony To Stream 'The Interview' On YouTube, Other Sites Starting Today
  199. Contractor Freed By Cuba Will Get $3.2M From U.S.
  200. An Americana Christmas On World Cafe
  201. A Very Native American Christmas
  202. Book News: It's Snowing Poet Laureates
  203. In A 'Depressing' Year For Films, Edelstein Finds Some Greats
  204. Winter Storm Threat for Chicago Diminishes - NBC Chicago
  205. Jordanian Pilot Captured by Islamic State After Warplane Crashes in Syria - Wall Street Journal
  206. Travel Hassles For Some Into Christmas Day - FOX 11 Los Angeles
  207. PHOTOS: Four Killed, Dozens Injured as Tornadoes Rip Through Three ... - AccuWeather.com
  208. Israeli Forces Come Under Fire, Strike at Gaza, Killing 1 - Voice of America
  209. Wall St. inches up in short session, indexes at records - Reuters
  210. Sierra Leone prepares for 'Ebola Christmas' - Chicago Tribune
  211. Police: Officer fatally shoots armed man in town near Ferguson, Missouri - CNN
  212. Ugly weather hits holiday travelers - CNN
  213. ISIS reportedly shoots down Jordanian plane over Syria, pilot captured - Fox News
  214. Turkey's President And His 1,100-Room 'White Palace'
  215. New Blood Donation Rules Would Still Exclude Many Gay Men
  216. 25 Years After Death, A Dictator Still Casts A Shadow In Romania
  217. Teacher Wins $150,000 Prize — And Donates It All To Her School
  218. Judith Owen And Harry Shearer On World Cafe
  219. US STOCKS-Wall St set to edge up after 5-day run, jobless claims data
  220. US STOCKS-Wall St inches up after 5-day run, claims data
  221. U.S. churches catching on to communion breads free of gluten
  222. Easy access may boost kids' water consumption
  223. Israeli Forces Come Under Fire, Strike at Gaza, Killing 1 - Voice of America
  224. NORAD Santa Tracker 2014: Follow Santa Around the Globe - U.S. News & World Report
  225. Cardinal Tagle asks Catholics: Shed off grandeur, think of helping poor - Inquirer.net
  226. US Stocks Edge Higher - Wall Street Journal
  227. Holiday travelers try to get out of Chicago ahead of storm - CLTV
  228. Officer kills armed black man near Ferguson, Missouri, police say - Reuters
  229. Actavis, Adamas win FDA approval for Alzheimer's drug
  230. Actavis, Adamas win FDA approval for Alzheimer's drug
  231. An Update On For-Profit Colleges
  232. Former President George H.W. Bush Taken To Hospital
  233. Tiny Desk Concert: HMSTR
  234. Video Shows Moments Before Police Shooting Near Ferguson, Missouri - ABC News
  235. Not So Merry: Flash Floods, Severe Storms Set to Snarl Travel - NBCNews.com
  236. Tornado deaths in Mississippi an ugly prelude to bad US holiday travel weather - CNN
  237. Palestinian Sniper Attack on Israeli Patrol at Gaza Border Sets Off Clash - New York Times
  238. George H.W. Bush hospitalized for shortness of breath - amNY
  239. Winter storm watch issued for parts of Colorado - Colorado Springs Gazette
  240. US Stock-Index Futures Little Changed After Dow Reaches Record - Businessweek
  241. Winter Storm Threat for Chicago Diminishes - NBC Chicago
  242. Police: Officer fatally shoots armed man in town near Ferguson, Missouri - CNN
  243. British Citizens Warned To Behave In The United Arab Emirates
  244. Police Kill Young Man In St. Louis Area, Sparking New Anger
  245. Jordanian Pilot Captured By Islamic State Militants
  246. In Its Strange Journey, 'The Interview' Becomes An Art House Film
  247. Ebola crisis could last through 2015 as marks year since outbreak-expert-TRFN
  248. Medical detective work is next phase in Ebola fight
  249. US STOCKS-Futures flat after 5-day rally; jobless claims data on tap
  250. Ebola crisis could last through 2015 as marks year since outbreak: expert