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B. 12-05 US 'vital facilities' list leaked USA
2. 12-06 Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts Washington
3. 12-08 SpaceX craft finally launches Cape Canaveral, Florida
4. 12-11 Madoff's son found hanged in NY Manhattan
F. 12-13 U.S. diplomat Holbrooke dies Washington
6. 12-15 U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill Washington
H. 12-18 Richardson presents proposals to N. Korea North Korea
12-22 Obama signs law ending military gay ban Washington

Summary.     Click for More >   Obama hails nuclear treaty vote  The US president has welcomed the US Senate's ratification of a much-delayed nuclear arms treaty with Russia US attacks 'sacred war' threats Cuba begins to publish U.S. documents Eastern US braced for blizzards U.S. tourists killed in Egypt bus crash Travel chaos as blizzards hit US  Blizzards are sweeping north along the eastern coast, forcing the cancellation of more than 2,000 flights and disrupting rail and road traffic US attacks Russia tycoon verdict US airports reopen after blizzard US struggles after snow storms Anger grows over slow snow clean-up
US-Japan military exercises begin US 'vital facilities' list leaked   Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts  Barack Obama has announced a bipartisan agreement has been reached to extend soon-to-expire Bush era tax cuts to all Americans SpaceX craft finally launches   The first commercial spacecraft, the Dragon, a craft developed by the company SpaceX, to return from a low-Earth orbit splashed into the oce... Madoff's son found hanged in NY U.S. diplomat Holbrooke dies U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill Richardson presents proposals to N. Korea US soldier gay ban set for repeal Knox appeal judge: evidence new reviews Halliburton settles Nigeria bribery claims Senator: Bomber's release not justified   Obama signs law ending military gay ban
Dec.2   Japan
Dec.5   USA
Dec.6   Washington
Dec.8   Florida
Dec.11   Manhattan
Dec.13   Washington
Dec.15   Washington
Dec.18   North Korea
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Dec.21   Nigeria
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Dec.22   Washington
  US President Barack Obama has signed a landmark law allowing gay people serving in the military to be open about their sexuality
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Dec.23   Washington
Dec.24   Cuba
Dec.26   New York
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Dec.27   New York
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North America
US deficit panel urges deep cuts
Wikileaks: Saudis 'militants' chief funders'
Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts
Wal-Mart bias case to top court
US drops settlement freeze demand
Elizabeth Edwards loses battle with cancer
US envoy Holbrooke in 'critical condition'
U.S. diplomat Holbrooke dies
Obama says Afghan effort on track
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
Obama signs law ending military gay ban
Obama hails nuclear treaty vote
US attacks 'sacred war' threats
US attacks Russia tycoon verdict
Russian denies world spam scheme
China 'orchestrated Google hack'
Sampras's tennis trophies stolen
House bars Guantanamo transfers
Split verdict on Katrina killing
Gunman dies at school in Florida
US 'birther' officer found guilty
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
Wal-Mart bias case to top court
SpaceX craft finally launches
Madoff's son found hanged in NY
Yahoo cuts 600 jobs
U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
US airports reopen after blizzard
US 'birther' officer found guilty
Afghan reports give bleak outlook
Obama says Afghan effort on track
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Obama signs law ending military gay ban
Obama hails nuclear treaty vote
US attacks 'sacred war' threats
U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Eastern US braced for blizzards
Travel chaos as blizzards hit US
US airports reopen after blizzard
US struggles after snow storms
Anger grows over slow snow clean-up
Washington
US deficit panel urges deep cuts
Wikileaks: Saudis 'militants' chief funders'
Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts
US drops settlement freeze demand
US envoy Holbrooke in 'critical condition'
U.S. diplomat Holbrooke dies
Obama says Afghan effort on track
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
Obama signs law ending military gay ban
Obama hails nuclear treaty vote
US attacks 'sacred war' threats
US attacks Russia tycoon verdict
House bars Guantanamo transfers
US 'birther' officer found guilty
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
Wal-Mart bias case to top court
U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
US 'birther' officer found guilty
Obama says Afghan effort on track
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Obama signs law ending military gay ban
Obama hails nuclear treaty vote
US attacks 'sacred war' threats
U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
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Madoff's son found hanged in NY
US airports reopen after blizzard
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Eastern US braced for blizzards
Travel chaos as blizzards hit US
US airports reopen after blizzard
US struggles after snow storms
Southern U.S.
Elizabeth Edwards loses battle with cancer
Split verdict on Katrina killing
Gunman dies at school in Florida
SpaceX craft finally launches
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East Asia
US envoy hopes to 'calm' N Korea
US envoy warns of Korea tinderbox
Richardson presents proposals to N. Korea
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US-Japan military exercises begin
U.S. long-range missile defense test fails
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U.S. Congress
House bars Guantanamo transfers
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
House bars Guantanamo transfers
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
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US soldier gay ban set for repeal
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China 'orchestrated Google hack'
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US-Japan military exercises begin  More than 44,000 Japanese and American military personnel, 40 Japanese and 20 US warships are taking part in the drill off Japan's southern ... Wikileaks: Saudis 'militants' chief funders'   US 'vital facilities' list leaked  A long list of key facilities around the world that the US describes as vital to its national security has been released by Wikileaks   Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts


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Dec.1  Washington  US deficit panel urges deep cuts
 Pakistan  Pakistani man sues U.S. over drone
Dec.2   Japan  
Dec.3  Wisconsin  Russian denies world spam scheme
Dec.4  Northern Israel  U.S. aircraft to help fight Israel fire
 San Francisco Bay Area  China 'orchestrated Google hack'
Dec.5   Hillary
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Dec.6   Washington  
  Barack Obama has announced a bipartisan agreement has been reached to extend soon-to-expire Bush era tax cuts to all Americans
 Southern Italy  Bodies of missing U.S. balloonists found  U.S. Supreme Court  Wal-Mart bias case to top court Dec.7   North Carolina Elizabeth Edwards loses battle with cancer
  Washington US drops settlement freeze demand  Washington  Obama pushes tax cut deal passage  Washington  U.S. pressure on China over North Korea Dec.8   Florida   SpaceX craft finally launches Map of Cape Canaveral Florida
  The first commercial spacecraft, the Dragon, a craft developed by the company SpaceX, to return from a low-Earth orbit splashed into the ocean
  USA WikiLeaks: US 'wary of China role in Africa  Los Angeles  Sampras's tennis trophies stolen  House of Representatives  House bars Guantanamo transfers Dec.9  New Orleans  Split verdict on Katrina killing  House of Representatives  U.S. Speaker to attend Nobel ceremony Dec.11   Manhattan     Madoff's son found hanged in NY  Mark Madoff, 46, one of convicted US fraudster Bernard Madoff's sons has committed suicide in his apartment   Washington US envoy Holbrooke in 'critical condition'  Washington  Obama prays for envoy's recovery  Alabama  Cam Newton captures Heisman Trophy Dec.12  Haiti  In Haiti, Palin urges to do more to help Dec.13   Washington   U.S. diplomat Holbrooke dies  Richard C. Holbrooke spearheaded the end of the Bosnian war and served as the Obama administration's point man in the Afghan-Pakistan zone Dec.14  San Francisco Bay Area  Yahoo cuts 600 jobs  Florida  Gunman dies at school in Florida  USA  US court indicts Dutch Farc rebel  North Korea  US envoy hopes to 'calm' N Korea Dec.15   Washington     U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill   The federal government joined the dozens of lawsuits against BP and several other companies over the massive oil spill, seeking unlimited penalties  Micronesia  U.S. long-range missile defense test fails  Washington  US 'birther' officer found guilty  Washington  Afghan reports give bleak outlook Dec.16  Washington  Deadline for disputed Ivory Coast leader   Washington Obama says Afghan effort on track  Oklahoma  John Duty executed using animal drug Dec.17  House of Representatives  US Congress passes Obama tax deal   North Korea US envoy warns of Korea tinderbox  California  'Captain Beefheart' dies aged 69 Dec.18   North Korea   Richardson presents proposals to N. Korea  New Mexico Gov. provided North Korea with a series of proposals in what he described as a 'good meeting' with the chief nuclear negotiator   U.S. Senate   US soldier gay ban set for repeal  The Senate has taken a key step towards allowing gay people to serve openly in the military  USA  Bank of America cuts off Wikileaks   Italy   Knox appeal judge: evidence new reviews   American Amanda Knox won a major victory an appellate judge granted approval of independent forensic reviews on pieces of evidence Dec.19  Jerusalem  American tourist's body found in Israel Dec.20   Moscow Russia warns US on nuclear treaty   North Korea US envoy sees N Korean 'progress'   Japan Toyota to pay U.S. $32M over recalls Dec.21   Washington US set to back net traffic rules   Nigeria   Halliburton settles Nigeria bribery claims  Oilfield contractor has agreed to pay Nigeria $35 million to settle allegations that led to charges against former VP Dick Cheney and other ...   U.S. Senate   Senator: Bomber's release not justified  An investigation into the release of Pan Am Flight 103 bomber has found the medical prognosis 'was inaccurate and unsupported by medical sci...   Jerusalem Netanyahu to seek release of spy Pollard   Washington Al Qaeda considered poisoning food Dec.22   Washington     Obama signs law ending military gay ban
  US President Barack Obama has signed a landmark law allowing gay people serving in the military to be open about their sexuality
  Washington     Obama hails nuclear treaty vote
  The US president has welcomed the US Senate's ratification of a much-delayed nuclear arms treaty with Russia
  Beijing China's president to make U.S. visit Dec.23   Microsoft Microsoft warns on IE browser bug   Southern California Southern California hit by severe storm   Washington   US attacks 'sacred war' threats  The US has denounced North for threatening a 'sacred war' against the South, whose military has been holding live-fire drills near the borde... Dec.24   Cuba     Cuba begins to publish U.S. documents  A government-run website has begun translating into Spanish and posting online leaked U.S. government cables that discuss the island nation   Puerto Rico Earthquake shakes Puerto Rico Dec.25   USA Wikileaks exposes US drug wiretap Dec.26   New York   Eastern US braced for blizzards   A swathe of the US eastern seaboard is braced for an intensifying winter storm that is dumping heavy snow as it sweeps north   Egypt   U.S. tourists killed in Egypt bus crash   8 American tourists, 6 women and 2 men, were killed in a traffic accident while on a tour bus, 19 American tourists and two Egyptians were i... Dec.27   New York   Travel chaos as blizzards hit US
  Blizzards are sweeping north along the eastern coast, forcing the cancellation of more than 2,000 flights and disrupting rail and road traffic
  Washington     US attacks Russia tycoon verdict  The US and Germany have voiced serious concerns about a second guilty verdict against the jailed Mikhail Khodorkovsky   Mexico Army planted weapon on dead American   Canada Salmonella found in U.S., Canada   New York   US airports reopen after blizzard   Airports have reopened in the north-eastern US after blizzards caused some 7,000 flights to be cancelled over the busy post-Christmas travel... Dec.28   New York   US struggles after snow storms  The north-eastern US is trying to get back to normal after blizzards left tens of thousands of air passengers stranded and many without power Dec.29   New York   Anger grows over slow snow clean-up  Anger is mounting in New York and New Jersey over the slow pace of snow removal following the major storms which brought the region to a hal...   Panama WikiLeaks: Panama asked U.S. for wiretap   Washington US 'revokes Venezuela envoy visa   Haiti U.S. aid worker released from Haiti jail Dec.30   European Union West attacks Khodorkovsky 'abuse'   Arizona West US bears brunt of new storms Dec.31   Tribal Areas Drone strike kills 4 in Pakistan   Alaska Miller accepts Senate loss