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  • 5 Defining Moments In The U.S.-Cuba Relationship

    President Obama said Wednesday the U.S. and Cuba will normalize relations, which have been strained since being severed in 1961.
  • In List Of Changes For Secret Service, A New Fence Comes First

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  • U.S. Gives Financial Aid to 96% of All Countries

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  • 'The Interview' Was On Track To Earn $15 Million On Opening Weekend

    In an industry where the success of a film is largely determined by the opening weekend box office, we'll never know how well The Interview would have done, now that Sony Pictures has canceled its release.
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    Whether you are looking for your girlfriend, your gal pal or that special lady in your life, or a gift for yourself, these items promise to charge, inform and add some chic style for the new year.
  • Uber Driver Charged With Rape In Boston

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  • US Congress threat to Cuba thaw

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  • Sony cancels Christmas release of 'The Interview'

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