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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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The House voted 229-193 Tuesday to reject the Senate-passed two-month payroll tax extension and demand a House-Senate conference to hammer out differences between the chambers on a tax break that is set to expire at the end of this year. House Republicans prefer a one-year extension of the tax cut, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has said he will not re-start negotiations until the House passes a two-month extension of the tax cut that the Senate approved by an overwhelming majority on Saturday.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Water main break floods Pilsen homes | VIDEO
While city crews worked Tuesday to fix a water main break that flooded streets and homes in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood, residents were cleaning up the mess the flood left behind.

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At least 3 dead in small plane crash on NJ highway A small plane headed for Georgia crashed Tuesday on one of the New York City area's busiest highways, spiraling out of control, losing a wing, hitting the wooded median strip and exploding. At least three people, all on board, were killed.

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Congress shows little sign of ending its partisan standoff over the payroll tax cut extension. The GOP-controlled House refuses to vote on the Senate's plan. FULL STORY

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Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Reid Won't Appoint Negotiators To Hammer Out Payroll Tax Cut Deal
Anthony Atala On Printing Organs
Troops, Police Shoot At Protesters In Pre-Dawn Raid On Tahrir Square
Romney Builds Support Among This Elite Group
Exotic Dangers: Could The Global Pet Trade Import The Next Pandemic?
Robert Creamer: The Real Attack on the Spirit of Christmas Comes From the Right Wing
Every year about this time the gang at Fox News and others in the Right Wing blogosphere get on their high horse about the "liberal attack on Christmas" -- or President Obama's "attack on Christmas."
Robert Reich: The Defining Issue: Not Government's Size, But Who It's For
"Big government" isn't the problem. The problem is big money is taking over government.
Cara Santa Maria: Insanity: The Real Definition
"The definition of insanity is repeating the same mistakes over and over again and expecting different results," utters the know-it-all guy in the coffee shop offering free "therapy" to his visibly shaken friend. He couldn't be more wrong.
Biko Baker: 2011: The Year of the Activist
2011 was the year that America experienced an explosion of grassroots community activism. Seeing our hijacked democracy hurtling towards a fiery crash, the American citizen wrestled itself into the driver's seat, and is putting our country back on track.
Keli Goff: The Best of the Very Worst Christmas Movies
From those that missed the mark on the tube, to those that aimed to be holiday blockbusters at the theater but ended up being holiday busts, the one thing they all have in common is that they succeed in being bad in their own special ways.