Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Interesting Headlines in the News Dec 20

US judge to determine

First Amendment Under Attack:

The Sacrifices I Made to Survive
Sharp Drop in Shopping Since Thanksgiving Weekend
Thief Injured Attempting to Steal Copper Wire From School
Fed close to new financial buffers for banks
Creditors challenge Jefferson County bankruptcy
The Defining Issue:

North Korea:

Pathogenesis of Central Bank Ruin
Jefferson County Judge May Seek Bankruptcy Advice From Alabama High Court
Euro Trades Near 11-Month Low

Industrial Property Delinquencies Reach 22-Year High, S&P Says
Obama Passes 'Hot Potato' to States
There Goes the Neighborhood
Wall St. seeks dismissal of Ala. record bankruptcy
Why Social Security Is Still Falling Apart
Census Shows 1 in 2 People Are Poor or Low-Income
A financial Dunkirk: Britain draws up plans to rescue expats if Spain and Portugal are hit by financial oblivion
Saab files for bankruptcy after GM veto
Draghi warns of new year contagion
Illinois Debtors Thrown Into Jail
Solar Power becomes cheaper than diesel generators in India
12 Bullish Factors Driving Gold to $2,000 and Higher Despite Recent Setback
Swedish Automaker Saab Files For Bankruptcy
Eurozone agrees €150bn

ECB says eurozone leaders created 'cycle of risk'
Spain grits teeth yet again as austerity deepens
50 fascinating facts: Kim Jong-il and North Korea
Kim Jong-il dead:

North Korea on lockdown...

Nicolas Sarkozy in fight for political life after dangerous rival enters French presidential election
Economic Predictions Are Usually Wrong√Ę€"

Is Nanotechnology the New GMO?
How the Fall of the Soviet Union Changed the News Media
What If Kim Jong Il's Successor Isn't Ready?
Think Our Wild Horses Are Safe?
The Case Against Alleged WikiLeaks Supplier Bradley Manning Takes a Strange Turn
If Spain's banks collapse, UK may send in Navy to save ex-pats
FCC official delivers warning on threat to 'Internet freedom'
North Korea conducts missile test
Supreme Court to hear health care suit in March
AT&T agrees to drop bid for T-Mobile
U.S. takes delicate approach to North Korean succession
White House monitoring North Korean situation
Holiday Sales Up, But Returns May Set Record
Public Confidence in California Falls as Economy Improves
There Goes the Neighborhood

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