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The U.S. elections are over and President Barack Obama can now cast an eye beyond the water’s edge — to those thorny international problems that were bad enough before the vote and have only festered since.
Many U.S. war veterans are coming home with post-traumatic stress disorder, and their symptoms are so bad they can’t sleep or even leave the house. But thanks to service dogs, some of these vets are now finding peace.
CNN.com – World
Ariel Winter’s mother told the court … she NEVER trashed her daughter or called her fat … despite allegations to the contrary … TMZ has learned. Chrystal Workman filed a declaration with the court, obtained by TMZ, in which she fires back at…
This lovely rich frittata con funghi is a versatile weekend dish that can be served as a celebratory breakfast or hearty brunch. The fresh girolles, trompette de la mort and two types of cheese make it special enough for an evening meal too. Pair it with a Barbera d’Alba and enjoy!
Chrysler Group is recalling about 750,000 Jeep sport utility vehicles in the U.S. because the air bags can inflate without warning.
NHL Labor Talks Under Way for 4th Straight Day
NHL owners and players face lots of work to save the hockey season. Whether they are moving closer after a week of talking remains to be seen. The league and the players' association met Friday for the fourth straight day and fifth time in seven days, trying …
Donald Fehr: Owners still want 50/50 in Year 1, sticking to contract restrictions
NHL labor talks resume
Fehr to players: Still a lot of work ahead
What Markets Want From Washington on 'Fiscal Cliff'
Traders are looking for signs of what the “common ground” might be to keep the economy from hitting the cliff, which is the $ 607 billion combination of taxes and spending cuts that will slam the economy starting Jan. 1 if Washington fails to act.
Obama expected to propose freeze on middle-class tax rates
Obama Said to Urge Congress to Block Middle-Income Tax Increase
Obama to address looming fiscal cliff
The Associated Press
'Lincoln': The Reviews Are In!
Election Day is over, but the political season is not — at least not where the movies are concerned. Director Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" hits theaters today (November 9), delivering a detailed look at the 16th President of the United States' political struggles …
'Lincoln' world premiere closes out AFI Fest
"Lincoln" reviews: Critics gush over new Steven Spielberg film
Daniel Day-Lewis plays our sixteenth president in 'Lincoln'