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Monday, December 03, 2012

Monday's Daily Brief: Sheldon Adelson's $150 Million Campaign Bust

$150 Million Bust
Monday, December 3, 2012
Judicial Vacancies Skyrocket During President Obama's First Term
Rumors Of U.N. Internet Takeover 'Completely Untrue,' Official Says
New Climate Change Study Contains More Bad News
LOOK: Obama Thanks Led Zeppelin For Unusual Reason
George Lakoff: Why It's Hard to Replace the 'Fiscal Cliff' Metaphor
Writers on economics have been talking since the election about why the "fiscal cliff" metaphor is misleading. But none of the alternatives has stuck, nor has the fiscal cliff metaphor been abandoned. Why?
Mohamed A. El-Erian: Fiscal Cliff Takeaways From the Sunday News Shows
Television networks devoted much of their Sunday news shows to the fiscal cliff, reflecting the urgency and importance of the topic. So did you end up wasting precious weekend hours watching shows that just covered familiar old ground? No.
Dr. Peggy Drexler: Hillary Clinton: Finally the Cool Kid
This year, Clinton has been called, at turns, "the coolest person on the planet" and "The James Dean of our generation." Here was a woman so many other women could either relate to or emulate: A woman who got things done -- and then went and had a beer.
Gary Hart: The Club
If the filibuster rule continues to be abused in the Senate, little will be accomplished in the second Obama term. But proposed reform of the rule is not as simple as it looks from the outside.
Alana Stewart: How I Survived My Divorce From Rod Stewart
When Rod and I broke up, I thought my world was coming to an end. I was totally devastated and I had no idea how to pick up the pieces of my broken heart

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Monday, December 3, 2012

Woman's body found in Lowell | VIDEO
An investigation is under way after the body of a woman was found in a wooded area near Lowell, Ind.

Warm day in Chicago nearly warmest on record | VIDEO
The calendar says December, but the thermometer reads like it's another time of year.
4 killed in small plane crash in Greensburg, Ind.
Authorities say four people died when a small plane crashed as it was approaching a southeastern Indiana airport.
Girl, 17, injured in drive-by in Marquette Park
A 17-year-old girl is in stable condition Monday morning after being shot in the Marquette Park neighborhood on the city's Southwest Side.
CDOT tests speed cameras at Chicago schools, parks
The city of Chicago began a month-long test on speed cameras at four locations around the city.
John Wayne Gacy DNA may solve cold cases
Detectives have long wondered what secrets serial killer John Wayne Gacy and other condemned murderers took to the grave when they were executed - mostly whether they had other unknown victims.


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Kate Middleton pregnant: William, wife to have baby The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced that Kate Middleton is expecting a baby.

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NIU headed to Orange Bowl Northern Illinois has busted the BCS, and is heading to the Orange Bowl.

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