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Monthly Archives: December 2016

Symbolic reciprocity at Pearl Harbor

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Dec 27,2016
National News

The leaders of the U.S. and Japan make a trip that’s being seen as powerful proof that the animosities of WWII are over. …read more Source::

Clemson DB: We faced better QBs than Barrett

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Dec 27,2016
Sports

Clemson DB: We faced better QBs than Barrett …read more Source::

Brawls break out at shopping centers

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Dec 27,2016
National News

Disturbances that included gunfire, massive brawls and food-court fights played out at more than a dozen malls across the country in what proved to be a chaotic day after Christmas. …read more Source::

GOP aims at Tammy Baldwin of Wis. in ’18 Senate race

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Dec 27,2016
National News

Republicans, emboldened with Trump’s win in the state, already have surfaced 7 possible candidates. …read more Source::

China plans ‘toilet revolution’ to boost tourism

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Dec 27,2016
Offbeat

BEIJING (Reuters) – China said it will boost investment in tourism, with plans to develop rustbelt regions and upgrade public toilets high on its to-do list as it looks to lift the sector’s… …read more Source::

Kim Kardashian re-emerges

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Dec 26,2016
National News

Kim Kardashian West made a social media appearance over the holiday weekend, a rarity for her lately. …read more Source::

Steelers rally behind Tomlin after icon’s criticism

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Dec 26,2016
Sports

Steelers rally behind Tomlin after icon’s criticism …read more Source::

Blizzards, ice storms hit northern plains

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Dec 26,2016
National News

The freezing rain, snow and high winds caused widespread power outages in the Dakotas, Nebraska and Iowa. …read more Source::

What you need to know about Boxing Day

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Dec 26,2016
National News

Back at work on the day after Christmas? Your Canadian neighbors likely won’t be. …read more Source::

Pope comforts victims in Christmas Mass

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Dec 25,2016
National News

The leader of the Catholic Church called for guns to fall silent in Syria in an address to a crowd of 10,000. …read more Source::