Monday, 10 December 2012


An Active-Duty Eagle Protects Her Military

As Syria's rebels close in, Assad has three options

Last no-alcohol Ala. county votes dry, drinks wet

Detroit slashes jobs as bankruptcy rumors build

French sperm count 'falls by a third'

WW2 weapon turned in during gun buy-back program in CT

You Can Give a Boy a Doll, but You Can't Make Him Play With It

Cheating scandal rocks Naperville Central High

Verizon Files Patent for Creepy Device To Watch You While You Watch TV

Sheriff Joe Arpaio: Obama Identity Document Fraud Investigat​ion Moving Full Steam Ahead

Honour in the skies: The day a chivalrous German flying ace saluted a crippled US bomber and let them fly to safety instead of shooting them down

Europe clings to scorched-earth ideology as depression deepens

Egypt's opposition rejects Morsi compromise on constitution

North Korea extends rocket launch period over Christmas

Mother of Nigerian finance minister kidnapped

Ghana opposition says election results flawed

Free Syrian Army Now Under Islamist Military Command

Will Saddam’s WMDs Fall into the Hands of Al Qaeda?

A Nation of Takers Hurtles Toward the Fiscal Abyss

Obama’s Broken Promises to Sandy Victims

Concern that Assad may have passed some chemical weapons to Hizballah

The “Long Pole in the Tent”: China’s Military Jet Engines

Israel will act if Hezbollah gets Syrian WMDs

A double-standard abstention

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