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Obama Administration Weighing Response To Sony Cyber Attacks

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The White House said it considers the cyber attacks to be “a serious national security matter.”

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White House Won’t Rule Out A Visit From Raul Castro

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The remarks come a day after President Obama announced a historic shift in U.S. policy towards Cuba.

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TRNS News Notes for 12/19

TRNS News Notes for 12/19 Cuba: Obama to move on his own Cuba: GOP plots to stop Obama Sony: Senator wants fundraiser […]

TRNS News Notes- 12/19

Cuba: Obama to move on his own
Cuba: GOP plots to stop Obama
Sony: Senator wants fundraiser at Interview
Secret Service: Panel finds deep problems
IRS: Temporary shutdown?

Bill Clinton Is Impeached, Nelson Rockefeller Is The Man, Apollo 17 Returns To Earth

Today is a busy day in American political history!

Click here for: Friday, December 19

● Gov. Jindal tramples First Amendment

● Freedom Stores preyed on military

● Pizza Hut serves a salty slice

● Agent stole bullets from health agency

● MoneyGram exec is fined and banned

● Test: Can you stand on one leg for 20 seconds?

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – December 18, 2014

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Palestine asks the U.N. to vote on a resolution ending the Israeli occupation and the number of non-U.S. airstrikes in Syria plummets.

Philippines: 41,000 Homes ‘Totally Destroyed’ by December 6th Typhoon

A satellite view of Typhoon Hagupit two days before the storm made landfall in the Philippines. December 4, 2014. Copyright: 2014 EUMETSAT

The repeated use of schools as storm shelters in Pacific Typhoons is prompting calls to build permanent facilities.