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Ray Rice wins appeal of NFL’s indefinite suspension, is eligible to play immediately Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Ray Rice wins appeal of NFL’s indefinite suspension, is eligible to play immediately

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice prevailed Friday in his appeal of his indefinite suspension by the National Football League for a highly publicized domestic violence incident and is eligible to return to the field. Read full article >>

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Ferguson protesters disrupt Black Friday shopping in New York Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7

Ferguson protesters disrupt Black Friday shopping in New York

Hundreds of people angered by a grand jury’s decision not to indict a white police officer for killing an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, sought to disrupt Black Friday shopping in New York with a protest in front of Macy’s flagship store.

Story 4 of 19: oil, opec, prices

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the White House Post Politics Post Politics

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the White House

It's officially the holiday season at the White House - the Christmas tree was delivered Friday. This year's tree is an 18.5 foot Douglas Fir that comes to Washington from Crystal Spring Tree Farm in Lehighton, Pa. The tree will go on display in the Blue Room of the White House, where Christmas trees have been […]

11/28/2014 6:07pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 6 of 19: cosby, university, bill
Colleges cut ties with Bill Cosby as the list of women accusing him of sexual assault hits 20 Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Colleges cut ties with Bill Cosby as the list of women accusing him of sexual assault hits 20

A bad month keeps getting worse for Bill Cosby. As recently as a week ago, 16 women had accused the legendary comedian of sexual assault. Now, that number stands at 20 — and the fallout is mounting. On Wednesday, the Berklee School of Music and Cosby’s alma mater, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, became the latest institutions to cut ties with the 77-year-old comedian as more women...

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Police: Slain Austin gunman fired more than 100 rounds at Mexican consulate, other buildings Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Police: Slain Austin gunman fired more than 100 rounds at Mexican consulate, other buildings

A gunman in Austin opened fire Friday on “multiple downtown buildings” — including a federal courthouse, the Mexican consulate and Austin Police Department headquarters — before dying of a gunshot wound, according to officials in the Texas capital. Authorities initially said the man, identified as 49-year-old Larry McQuilliams, had been shot and killed by police, but said later that they were...

Story 8 of 19: obama, immigration, house
Report: House GOP Could Respond to Obama's Amnesty as Early as Next Week Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed

Obama Pushed ‘Fullest Extent’ of His Powers on Immigration Plan

Months before President Obama took action to reshape the nation’s immigration system, advisers huddled daily under orders to use “our legal authorities to the fullest extent” on the new policy, an official said.

11/28/2014 9:20pm · NYT > Home Page NYT > Home Page

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Mickey Rourke's Russian adventure: Boxing, meeting Putin, looking to adopt dog... Drudge Report Feed Drudge Report Feed

Mickey Rourke's Russian adventure: Boxing, meeting Putin, looking to adopt dog...

Mickey Rourke's Russian adventure: Boxing, meeting Putin, looking to adopt dog...(Third column, 13th story, link)Related stories:Shows off dramatic transformation ahead of match...WINS!VIDEO...

11/29/2014 3:18am · Drudge Report Feed Drudge Report Feed
Story 10 of 19: black, shopping, sales
Black Friday gets holiday shopping season in high gear Business Insider Business Insider

What lawmakers want you to buy on Black Friday

It's Black Friday, and if you're like millions of Americans, you're out shopping for the best holiday deals since well, Thursday, when many stores were open with Thanksgiving specials. What about members of Congress? Some have taken to Twitter to urge Americans to use the day to for certain things: Read full article >>

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Story 11 of 19: patients, ebola, officials
U.S. hospitals wary of caring for Ebola patients because of cost and stigma Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

U.S. hospitals wary of caring for Ebola patients because of cost and stigma

U.S. officials trying to set up a network of hospitals in this country to care for Ebola patients are running into reluctance from facilities worried about steep costs, unwanted attention and the possibility of scaring away other patients. Read full article >>

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Here's Some Stupid For Lunch

Freedom claims another victim. Authorities said Emery was arguing with his wife, Francisca, in their home at 5271 87th Ave. N about 6 a.m. Emery was upset because he could not find his lighter, police said. He picked up a revolver and threatened to...

11/28/2014 5:30pm · Esquire.com Article Feed Esquire.com Article Feed

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Story 13 of 19: oil, prices, lower
Lower Oil Prices Are a Free-Market Victory National Review Online - Kudlow’s Money Politics National Review Online - Kudlow’s Money Politics

Lower Oil Prices Are a Free-Market Victory

Seldom has so much good news been portrayed so negatively. Oil prices continue to fall in the U.S. and around the world, but near everyone in the media is grumpy about it. The headlines today are among the silliest I’ve seen: Energy-company stocks are declining, oil deflation is an economic threat, the Fed might raise rates much later than expected, OPEC is dissolving, shale companies are going...

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Story 14 of 19: pope, visit, mosque
Pope Francis arrives in Turkey for three-day visit - video World news | The Guardian World news | The Guardian

The Pope calls on Muslim leaders to take stronger stand against extremists

Pope Francis also reached out to Muslim leaders by urging them to take a stronger stand against those who use religion to justify terrorism, as he landed in Ankara for a three-day visit.

11/28/2014 3:44pm · Home | Mail Online Home | Mail Online

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Story 15 of 19: suicide, nigeria, mosque
At Least 120 Dead In Nigeria Mosque Suicide Attack The National Memo The National Memo

Hundreds feared dead as suicide bombers and gunmen storm mosque in northern Nigeria during Friday prayers 

At least 120 people are feared dead and 270 more injured after gunmen and suicide bombers attacked the Grand mosque in Kano, in northern Nigeria, during Friday prayers.

11/28/2014 11:35pm · Home | Mail Online Home | Mail Online

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Story 16 of 19: isis, islamic, state
Rare Alliance Spurs Hope in ISIS Battle WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News

Rare Alliance Spurs Hope in ISIS Battle

In Abu Ghraib, an emerging alliance among Sunni Muslim tribal leaders, Shiite-controlled government forces and Shiite militia provides a glimmer of optimism for the Iraqi government as its reeling security forces attempt to regroup and retake territory seized by Islamic State.

11/29/2014 12:35am · WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News

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Story 18 of 19: israeli, israel, palestinian
Israel's Foreign Minister Wants to Pay Israeli Arabs to Leave The Wire The Wire

Israel's Foreign Minister Wants to Pay Israeli Arabs to Leave

Last week, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved draft legislation to amend the country's Basic Law to declare that Israel is "the national homeland of the Jewish people" instead of a "Jewish and democratic state," as it had been since the state's founding in 1948, he had to tamp down criticism that the law codifies discrimination against Palestinian...

11/28/2014 10:10pm · The Wire The Wire

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Story 19 of 19: mitchell, andrew, plebgate
Help offered to Andrew Mitchell after plebgate | Letters Politics | The Guardian Politics | The Guardian

Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell's other jobs pay up to £18,000 a DAY

Andrew Mitchell - pictured leaving his London home yesterday - could pay off his Plebgate legal bill within two months as his private-sector work draws in as much as £18,000 a day.

11/29/2014 1:02am · Home | Mail Online Home | Mail Online

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