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  1. Ebola crisis could last through 2015 as marks year since outbreak-expert-TRFN
  2. British Citizens Warned To Behave In The United Arab Emirates
  3. In Its Strange Journey, 'The Interview' Becomes An Art House Film
  4. Jordanian Pilot Captured By Islamic State Militants
  5. North Korea suffers more Internet outages as cause remains unknown - The Globe and Mail
  6. Former President George HW Bush hospitalized as precaution - CNN
  7. Tornadoes rip across Southeast, leave 4 dead - USA TODAY
  8. Why I believe in Santa Claus - The Week Magazine
  9. IS captures Jordanian pilot after warplane crashes in Syria - BBC News
  10. US stocks: Futures higher ahead of jobless claims data, after Dow 18000 - MarketWatch
  11. Former President Bush, 90, hospitalized for shortness of breath - Reuters
  12. Christmas Twisters: Deadly Storms Threaten Holiday Travel - NBCNews.com
  13. Severe storms slam the South, killing 4 in Miss, injuring 50, damage to homes ... - Fox News
  14. Jordan confirms warplane downed in Syria - Financial Times
  15. Fatal Cop Shooting of Antonio Martin in Berkeley, Missouri Sparks Clashes - NBCNews.com
  16. Rand Paul Gets In On Festivus Actions
  17. Festive treats for dogs potentially fatal
  18. BRIEF-Biomed Lublin announces change in shareholding structure
  19. India eases foreign ownership rules for medical device makers
  20. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  21. BRIEF-Aevis Holding says Ambulances Odier and AS Ambulances Services join forces
  22. Gay men get OK to give blood - Columbus Dispatch
  23. Russia says NATO turning Ukraine into 'frontline of confrontation' - Reuters
  24. Guyanese Christmas Gives A Whole New Meaning To Slow Food
  25. UPDATE 1-Aspen, Cipla win share of $860 mln S.Africa AIDS drug tender
  26. Aspen, Cipla among winners in $860 mln S.Africa aids drug tender
  27. Sending Your Holiday Mail By Way Of Rudolph, Wis.
  28. Despite Some Clouds, U.S. Economic Forecast Looks Sunny
  29. Poker Players Use Science To Effectively Give To Charities
  30. Russia says NATO turning Ukraine into 'frontline of confrontation' - Reuters
  31. Lower Oil Prices Drain Value Of Russians' Money
  32. Police: Armed man shot and killed in Berkeley, Mo. - USA TODAY
  33. Christmas Twisters: Deadly Storms Threaten Holiday Travel - NBCNews.com
  34. Sony hack latest: What exactly happened to North Korea's internet? - Telegraph.co.uk
  35. Former President George HW Bush hospitalized, office says - Fox News
  36. FDA moves to relax longtime ban on blood donations from gay men - San Jose Mercury News
  37. Rebel attacks in Assam kill 51, spark violent protests - Reuters
  38. Research Suggests Generosity Is Hardwired Into Our Brains
  39. More Than 200 Theaters To Show 'The Interview' On Christmas Day
  40. Islamic State says it downs warplane in eastern Syria - Reuters
  41. Lower Gas Prices Add Fuel To U.S. Economic Recovery
  42. Mother, Empress, Virgin, Faith: 'Picturing Mary' And Her Many Meanings
  43. Costly Hepatitis C Drugs Threaten To Bust Prison Budgets
  44. Christmas In Liberia: Ebola Fears, No Snow, Holiday Spirit
  45. Former president George HW Bush hospitalized in Houston - USA TODAY
  46. Tornado deaths in Mississippi an ugly prelude to bad US holiday travel weather - CNN
  47. For Syria's President, The Year Ends Better Than It Began
  48. The Year In Air Travel: Packed Planes And More Perks — For A Price
  49. Deford: It's Hard To Write A Christmas Story About Sport
  50. Obama Administration Downplays Court Challenge To Health Law
  51. What are the health benefits of iron?
  52. BRIEF-Smith & Nephew shares rise on report of Stryker bid interest
  53. BRIEF-Zhuhai Hokai Medical Instruments plans hospital investment of up to 280 mln
  54. Fatal Cop Shooting in Berkeley Sparks Clashes in Missouri - NBCNews.com
  55. Sony announces limited release for 'The Interview' - Times of India
  56. FDA moves to relax longtime ban on blood donations from gay men - San Jose Mercury News
  57. India Separatists Blamed for Killing 52 Tribesmen - ABC News
  58. Protesters ignore mayor's plea, resume rallies in NY - New York Daily News
  59. China blacks out news on Sony hack Who uses the internet in North Korea? - CNN
  60. Poland - Factors to Watch Dec 24
  61. De Blasio honors fallen cops in ceremonies - New York Post
  62. FDA To Review Lifetime Ban on Blood Donation by Gay and Bisexual Men - News Every day
  63. Separatist rebels kill at least 52 in northeast India - Fox News
  64. Independent theater owners defy North Korea, rally around 'The Interview ... - Washington Post
  65. 4 killed as severe weather slams southern US - Fox News
  66. George H. W. Bush hospitalized for shortness of breath - New York Daily News
  67. Have An Oddly Jolly Christmas: A Quirky Holiday Playlist
  68. Atlanta baggage handler charged with helping smuggle guns onto flight - Jamestown Sun
  69. North Korean websites suffer after internet shutdown - Channel 24
  70. Couldn't Miss This One: Behind 'Christmas Wrapping'
  71. Former President George HW Bush hospitalized as precaution - CNN
  72. 4 killed as severe weather slams southern US - Fox News
  73. Protesters flood New York City streets despite mayor's call for moratorium - Fox News
  74. 2 arrested in Sydney in counterterror operation - USA TODAY
  75. North Korea's Internet Back After 'Hard' Crash - ABC News
  76. Obama lauds theatres' decision to screen film - Business Standard
  77. Rebels in northeast India kill 34 - Washington Post
  78. Gay Men React to the FDA's Proposed Blood Donation Guidelines - New York Magazine
  79. Former President George HW Bush hospitalized as precaution - CNN
  80. Tornado Hits Mississippi, Fierce Storm Moves Through Southeast - Huffington Post
  81. Protesters flood New York City streets despite mayor's call for moratorium - Fox News
  82. North Korea's Internet Back After 'Hard' Crash - ABC News
  83. Obama lauds theatres' decision to screen film - Business Standard
  84. Rebels in northeast India kill 34 - Washington Post
  85. Gay Men React to the FDA's Proposed Blood Donation Guidelines - New York Magazine
  86. 2 arrested in Sydney in counterterror operation - USA TODAY
  87. Elder Former President Bush Is Hospitalized in Houston - New York Times
  88. North Korea's Internet Back After 'Hard' Crash - ABC News
  89. Sony U-turn on North Korea film - Belfast Telegraph
  90. Gay Men React to the FDA's Proposed Blood Donation Guidelines - New York Magazine
  91. Dow, S&P ride bull run to new heights - Tribune-Review
  92. Curfew in Indian state after tribal militants kill 48 - Reuters
  93. UPDATE 4-Tornadoes kill four people, cause major damage in Mississippi - Reuters
  94. After Shootings, Police Union Chief Deepens Rift With de Blasio - New York Times
  95. Sony hack: North Korea back online after internet outage - BBC News
  96. Sony U-turn on North Korea film - Irish Independent
  97. FDA to propose altering ban on gay and bisexual men who want to donate blood - Washington Post
  98. Keurig recalls more than 7 million coffee machines (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  99. After Shootings, Police Union Chief Leads Officers Against de Blasio - New York Times
  100. Five arrested in airline gun-smuggling case - Los Angeles Times
  101. Christmas Twisters: Deadly Storms Threaten Holiday Travel - NBCNews.com
  102. Former President Bush, 90, hospitalized for shortness of breath - Reuters
  103. RPT-India slashes health budget, already one of the world's lowest
  104. Demonstrators March In NYC After Mayor's Call To Suspend Protests - WHQR
  105. Life in Prison for Murderer Who Sent Victim's Limbs to Schools - TIME
  106. Why did North Korea's internet go down? - BBC News
  107. Sony's Korea problem - The News International
  108. Christmas week storms poised to deliver travel headaches - Fox News
  109. Four dead as tornadoes slam parts of Mississippi - CNN
  110. Former President George HW Bush Hospitalized - ABC News
  111. Stock market hits new highs, closed above 18000 - wwlp.com
  112. Christmas week storms poised to deliver travel headaches - Fox News
  113. 4 killed as severe weather slams southern US - Fox News
  114. Sony's Korea problem - The News International
  115. Seattle advocates praise FDA move to lift ban on gay blood donors, say it's not ... - The Seattle Times
  116. 'To Protest Is A First Amendment Right': New Yorkers Defy Mayor's Request To ... - Huffington Post
  117. Luka Magnotta trial: Jun Lin's family still haunted by horrific death - CBC.ca
  118. Rep. Michael Grimm Pleads Guilty, Doesn't Plan to Resign - Wall Street Journal
  119. Asian shares up after Dow surpasses 18000 points - Chron.com
  120. Demonstrators March In NYC After Mayor's Call To Suspend Protests
  121. Meet The Senator Tasked With Keeping Rebellious Republicans In Line
  122. Tornado Hits Mississippi, Fierce Storm Moves Through Southeast - Huffington Post
  123. Keurig recalls 7 million coffee makers due to burn risk - Austin American-Statesman
  124. Will 'chilling effect' of Sony mess dissipate now? - USA TODAY
  125. Winter storm to hit suburbs on Christmas Eve - Chicago Daily Herald
  126. Seattle advocates praise FDA move to allow gay blood donors, say it's not enough - The Seattle Times
  127. California road rage captured on cellphone camera - U-T San Diego
  128. Report on economic growth lifts stock market; 2015 outlook - OregonLive.com
  129. Luka Magnotta given life imprisonment for first-degree murder - The Globe and Mail
  130. Luka Magnotta, sick in the soul but not insane: DiManno - Toronto Star
  131. Gay Groups Decry New FDA Rule Requiring Celibacy to Donate Blood - NBCNews.com
  132. Ukraine abandons nonaligned status - Times of India
  133. UPDATE 3-Keurig recalls 7.2 mln single-serve brewers, stock falls - Reuters
  134. DA: Guns smuggled on planes in Atlanta 'egregious' security breach - WGMB FOX 44
  135. Will 'chilling effect' of Sony mess dissipate now? - USA TODAY
  136. At Least Four Dead, Several Injured After Tornado Strikes Mississippi - ABC News
  137. A Backlash Brews Against Low Pay On The Factory Floor
  138. In Seattle, Maurice Sendak's 'Wild' 'Nutcracker' Reaches Its Final Act
  139. NewLink, GSK get U.S. funding for faster development of Ebola vaccines
  140. US Congressman Grimm Pleads Guilty To Felony Tax Charge, Refuses To Resign - Forbes
  141. NewLink, GSK get U.S. funding for faster development of Ebola vaccines
  142. Michael Grimm Felony Plea Poses Challenge For John Boehner - Huffington Post
  143. Canadian guilty of killing, dismembering Chinese student - USA TODAY
  144. Hepatitis patients often ‘fall off’ the treatment path
  145. L.A. judge orders halt to smartphone app for medical pot delivery
  146. FDA approves Novo Nordisk's injection for obesity
  147. Satanic Temple's Holiday Display Vandalized In Florida Capitol
  148. Will 'chilling effect' of Sony mess dissipate now? - USA TODAY
  149. Christmas Week Storm: Tornadoes, Rain, Snow Threaten Travel Chaos - NBCNews.com
  150. FDA Recommends Ending Lifetime Ban On Blood Donations From Gay Men - Huffington Post
  151. DA: Guns smuggled on planes in Atlanta 'egregious' security breach - CNN
  152. 2014 Headwinds No Match for Blue Chips as Dow Tops 18000 - Bloomberg
  153. Was Keurig too slow in recalling dangerous brewer? - CBS News
  154. FDA approves Novo Nordisk's injection for obesity
  155. Sony Pictures moves to release 'The Interview' in about-face - Reuters
  156. How To Compose Music For A Movie About Music
  157. GDP Growth At Highest Level Since 2003
  158. Near Police Killings, A Community With A Cycle Of Crime
  159. FDA Allows Gay Men To Donate Blood
  160. Pope To Vatican Leaders: In-Fighting Must Stop
  161. Most parents know when teens host drinking parties
  162. North Korea's Internet Outage Could Just Be Bad Timing
  163. Despite Russia's Woes, Putin Shows No Signs Of Bending On Ukraine
  164. Stryker planning takeover offer for Smith & Nephew - Bloomberg
  165. US STOCKS-Dow ends above 18k for first time on strong GDP report
  166. Struggling coaches gird for Black Monday
  167. Blood pressure apps may be dangerously wrong
  168. Number Of Cars Earning Top Safety Awards Nearly Doubles
  169. Off duty, black cops in New York feel threat from fellow police - Reuters
  170. US Representative Grimm says will not resign after pleading guilty to tax fraud - Reuters
  171. Flight Delays Top 3600 on Fog as Jets Brush on NYC Taxiway - Businessweek
  172. Breakingviews: Kim Jong Un could succeed where Dan Loeb failed - Reuters
  173. FDA to allow some gay blood donors; activists call it a 'first step' - Los Angeles Times
  174. UPDATE 3-Keurig recalls 7.2 mln single-serve brewers, stock falls - Reuters
  175. Jun Lin's family still haunted by horrific death - CBC.ca
  176. FDA Plans to Ease Ban on Blood Donations by Gay and Bisexual Men - NBCNews.com
  177. Severe storms, floods target Southeast - USA TODAY
  178. Rep. Grimm pleads guilty to felony count of tax evasion - New York Daily News
  179. NYC mayor urges halt to 'political debates and protests' until officers are laid to rest - Washington Post
  180. Sony Hacking: Select Movie Theaters Will Show 'The Interview' Starting ... - ABC News
  181. Woman Who Challenged Facebook's Age Limit Dies At 114
  182. UPDATE 1-U.S. FDA eases ban on blood donations from gay men
  183. North Korean Torture Victim's Ministry Helping Refugee Defectors in China Travel Undetected to Find Better Life in South Korea
  184. Southwest Jet Loses Wingtip in Airport Brush Up - ABC News
  185. Keurig recalls about 7.2M coffee makers due to burn risk - USA TODAY
  186. The Real Santas of Massachusetts - Boston.com
  187. Mr. President, Show the Movie - Huffington Post
  188. Michael Grimm Resists Calls for Resignation After Guilty Plea to Tax Charge - ABC News
  189. Controversial Film 'The Interview' Will Now Air On Christmas
  190. Do Protests Incite People With Mental Illness?
  191. FDA plans looser blood donation policy for gay men
  192. Argentine prosthetic arm first in region to read muscle impulses
  193. A Suggestion for A Live Holiday Broadcast: Bring Back Amahl!
  194. Federal government sues Chicago schools for pregnancy discrimination
  195. Chilean quits company boards to fight U.S. insider trading charges
  196. FDA plans looser blood donation policy for gay men
  197. An Update From New Orleans
  198. Record Number Of Britons Are Using Food Banks
  199. NPR One Exclusive: Invisibilia Preview
  200. Chinese Community Reels After Brooklyn NYPD Shooting - NBCNews.com
  201. FDA eases ban on blood donations from gay men - Reuters
  202. Children share wish lists with Santa on Saturday in Oklahoma City - NewsOK.com
  203. Keurig recalls over 6.6M coffee makers due to burn risk - USA TODAY
  204. China reluctant to join US in punishing North Korea over cyberattacks - Washington Post
  205. Our story 'is too sad to repeat': Jun Lin's family's heartbreaking statement after ... - National Post
  206. Some Theaters To Show 'The Interview' On Christmas Day
  207. BBQ, The Perennial Flavor In North Carolina Politics
  208. After Nearly 30 Years Klezkamp To Sound Final Note
  209. Why did North Korea's internet go down? - BBC News
  210. Rep. Michael Grimm arrives at Brooklyn Federal Court; expected to enter guilty ... - SILive.com
  211. Serial Host Sarah Koenig Says She Set Out To Report, Not Exonerate
  212. Haerts On World Cafe
  213. FDA To Lift Ban On Gay Blood Donors Celibate For At Least A Year
  214. Floating Toilets That Clean Themselves Grow On A Lake
  215. Argentine prosthetic arm 1st in region to read muscle impulses
  216. US STOCKS-GDP lifts Dow over 18k; biotechs have worst day since April
  217. Exclusive: Express Scripts presses for expansion of drugs it won't cover
  218. FDA Plans to Ease Ban on Blood Donations by Gay Men - NBCNews.com
  219. Activists reject NY mayor's plea to pause protests over police - Reuters
  220. Delta baggage handler accused of smuggling guns on flights - CNN
  221. Keurig recalls over 6.6M coffee makers due to burn risk - USA TODAY
  222. Snowball soup gets a nod from the North Pole - Kansas City Star
  223. Canadian Found Guilty of Murder in Body Parts Case - New York Times
  224. Red wine compound activates stress response to promote health benefits
  225. An Alt.Latino Christmas, With Cantigas In Concert
  226. WATCH: Monkey Revives Dying Friend At Indian Train Station
  227. Deadly Year For Journalists On The Job
  228. For Australian Christmas, Everything's Overturned But The Pudding
  229. New York's Rep. Michael Grimm Expected To Plead Guilty To Tax Charge
  230. Navas, Wambach win CONCACAF Players of Year awards
  231. How can you improve your mental health and well-being in 2015?
  232. BRIEF-Deva Holding obtains TRY 55 million loan
  233. UPDATE 1-U.S. says 6.4 mln signed up for 2015 HealthCare.gov plans
  234. S&P cuts outlook on Alstom to "negative", confirms BBB- rating
  235. BRIEF-Intrasense Stephane Chemouny nominated chairman, chief executive
  236. BRIEF-Visiomed Group announces FDA approval for Thermoflash products
  237. Red Bull retain Buemi as F1 reserve driver
  238. Earlier bullying tied to quality of life in college
  239. North Korea's Internet links restored amid US hacking dispute - Reuters
  240. Ismaaiyl Brinsley shot ex who saved him from suicide - New York Daily News
  241. Six dead as rubbish lorry ploughs into Christmas shoppers in Glasgow - Reuters UK
  242. US says 6.4 million signed up for 2015 HealthCare.gov plans - Reuters
  243. Canadian found guilty of murdering, dismembering Chinese student - Reuters
  244. Holiday travelers to get soaked, possibly slowed in East - CNN
  245. Calls for Michael Grimm Resignation Mount Ahead of Expected Guilty Plea - ABC News
  246. Stock swings may signal bull run is in its last throes - Reuters
  247. Farm Fresh? Natural? Eggs Not Always What They're Cracked Up To Be
  248. Kurds Put Their Independence Dreams On Hold
  249. Book News: For A Deeper Sleep, Forgo The E-Reader Before Bed
  250. In The Village: Wilbur Goes Home