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    December 27, 2010
    Lamar Smith

    GOP sets sights on immigration

    Leaders could temper controversial measures with a need to win the Hispanic vote in 2012.

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    December 27, 2010

    Night raid in Kabul a black eye for NATO

    The operation uncovers no evidence of a bomb plot and leaves two security guards dead.

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    December 27, 2010

    ‘Olympiad’ filmmaker dies at 84

    Bud Greenspan, the filmmaker whose documentaries often soared as triumphantly as the Olympic athletes he chronicled for more than six decades, died at his home in New York City. He was 84. He died Saturday from complications of Parkinson’s disease, companion Nancy Beffa said. “Bud was a storyteller first and foremost. He never lost his […]

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    December 27, 2010

    Christmas Eve attacks kill 38 in Nigeria

    The victims include people at two churches targeted by suspected members of a radical Muslim sect.

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    December 27, 2010

    Activists hail return of ship raided by Israel

    Thousands welcome the aid vessel back to Turkey amid new vows to break the Gaza blockade.

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    December 27, 2010

    Nation/World Dispatches

    CHICAGO Younger Daley becomes city’s longest-serving mayor Richard M. Daley on Sunday surpassed his father’s tenure, becoming the longest-serving mayor of Chicago. Daley has served 7,917 days in office or 21 years and eight months. That’s one day more than his father, Richard J. Daley, who died in office in 1976. Daley announced earlier this […]

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    December 26, 2010
    Grant

    Message in a bottle: No help for South

    A 147-year-old secret dispatch is decoded and shows the desperation at Vicksburg.

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    December 26, 2010

    Gulf oil spill voted year’s top story

    From January's devastating earthquake in Haiti to this month's WikiLeaks fallout, 2010 was a year of dramatic and diverse news events in the U.S. and the world.

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    December 26, 2010

    Female bomber kills 45 in rare Pakistan attack

    KHAR, Pakistan – A burqa-clad female suicide bomber in Pakistan lobbed hand grenades, then detonated her explosive belt among a crowd at an aid center Saturday, killing at least 45 people in militants’ latest strike against the authorities’ control over the key tribal region bordering Afghanistan. Police believed it was the first time Islamic militants […]

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    December 26, 2010

    Dutch police arrest 12 for terrorism plot

    The Somali men were allegedly planning to attack Rotterdam.

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