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Monday, December 26, 2011

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Monday, December 26, 2011

Shoppers hit stores to make returns, use gift cards | VIDEO
If you received a present that doesn't fit or isn't quite right, you've got a couple choices -- re-gift or return.

Cops: Man tried to steal iPhone from ex-wrestler | VIDEO
A would-be iPhone thief learned a hard lesson about messing with the wrong guy.
ME: Cold exposure contributed to woman's death
The Cook County medical examiner says exposure to the cold contributed to the death of a South Side woman.
SUV slams into West Side church | VIDEO
The driver of an SUV lost control and crashed into a church on Chicago's West Side.
Trooper's car side-swiped on toll road
An Indiana trooper may consider herself lucky not to have been seriously hurt when a semi side-swiped her squad car on a toll road in LaPorte County.
Chicago looks to tear down historic synagogue
The city of Chicago is seeking bids to tear down a historic synagogue on the West Side where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. once spoke.


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1941 fruitcake in Ohio sells for $525 A 1941 fruitcake has sold for $525 to an Arizona man in an Ohio company's online auction, and the money will go to the homeless in southwest Ohio.

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Monday's Daily Brief

Syrian Government Tanks Unleash Fire On Protesters, Killing At Least 20
Monday, December 26, 2011
Kids Save The World
More Bodies Found Far Away From Philippine Floods
OOPS: The Biggest Gaffes Of 2011
Gingrich Gains Support From The 'Not-Romneys'
IMF Head: World Economy In 'A Dangerous Situation'
Leo W. Gerard: Republicans Try to Convert America Into Pottersville
Republicans are attempting to impose a selfish belief system on a selfless American people, people like the citizens of Bedford Falls who rush to the rescue of neighbors. It won't work, just like it didn't in It's a Wonderful Life.
Evelyn Leopold: UN Security Council Fiddles While Syria Burns (Albeit With Mock Humor)
Arguing over a resolution on Syria, Russia and the United States indulged in barbs that resulted in a U.S. cartoon of the "Grinch Who Stole Christmas" adorned with the face of the Vitaly Churkin, Russia's U.N. ambassador.
Svetlana Feller: 9 Natural Ingredients for Better Skin in the New Year
I have put together a list of foods (that you likely have in your kitchen) for their nutritional benefits. They do wonders for your skin -- both internally and topically!
Andy Wilson: You Just Got a Kindle or Nook -- Now What? 5 Books and Apps to Try Now!
The Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet are amazing gadgets, not to mention their e-ink black and white cousins and the various other tablets and the iPad. But now that they're out of the box, what to do with them?
Rozanne Gold: The Holiday Bartender
Great drinks are not about lots of ingredients: Rather it is about the discreet balance of flavors -- with acidity and sweetness being key factors.

Is Obama 2012's 'True Conservative'?

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Obama will be the conservative in 2012, in the truest sense of that word. He is the candidate defending the modestly redistributive and regulatory government the country has relied on since the New Deal, and that neither Ronald Reagan nor George W. Bush dismantled. The rhetoric of the 2012 Republicans suggests they want to go far beyond where Reagan or Bush ever went. And here's the irony: By raising the stakes of 2012 so high, Republicans will be playing into Obama's hands. READ MORE
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Santa piled up more than presents this year -- trackers at NORAD say he also broke records during his global mission Christmas Eve. Volunteers at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado fielded just under 100,000 telephone queries about his progress as of midnight MST Saturday, breaking the previous mark of 80,000. And Michelle Obama fielded at least 10 of those calls. READ MORE
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Barack Obama probably will have to pull out a familiar card next year: the luck of the draw. In winning the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, the president defeated political heavyweights, starting with Hillary Clinton. His other triumphs were facilitated by lots of luck. READ MORE
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The Holy Land and the entire Mideast were very much on Pope Benedict XIV's mind as he delivered his Christmas speech from the the sun-drenched loggia of St. Peter's Basilica. The 84-year-old pontiff appeared in fine form, just hours after celebrating a two-hour long Christmas Eve Mass that ended around midnight. "May the Lord come to the aid of our world torn by so many conflicts which even today stain the earth with blood," Benedict said. READ MORE
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Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich failed to qualify for Virginia's Super Tuesday primary ballot with the required 10,000 signatures -- the latest setback for a candidate whose early December resurgence has been diminished in recent polls. Gingrich's campaign said he will pursue an aggressive write-in campaign in the state where he lives, although state law prohibits write-ins on primary ballots. READ MORE
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