Nov 18, 2012

New York Daily News: MELTDOWN IN THE MIDDLE EAST


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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Israel increased the ferocity of its attacks on the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, unleashing 300 air strikes Saturday that killed a dozen people and destroyed key Palestinian targets.
Twinkies are being sold on the Internet like exquisite delicacies.
Divers hired by the owner of an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico that caught fire recovered a body in the waters near the site Saturday evening, according to the U.S. Coast Guard and the rig's owner.
A homicidal Missouri man who planned to slaughter viewers watching the "Twilight" movie series finale instead targeted a nearby Walmart to rachet up the death toll.
 
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Store owner's murder linked to other killings
Body found near burned oil rig
Meltdown in the Middle East: Israel unleashes 300 more air strikes on Gaza
NJ doctor busted with bomb-making chemicals in his home
Hundreds of homes destroyed by Sandy to be razed
Anatomy of a General disaster
Sports

Fla. St. coach's cancer crusade
Title game opens for Irish as K-State, Oregon tumble
The Day at the Races: Nov. 18
Mighty Quinn: Nov. 18
Mighty Quinn: November 17
Conference realignment might be in store for St. John's, Rutgers
Gossip

Listen up, Hollywood bad girls!
Networks duel at dawn over Lilo
Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez fight during reconciliation dinner
Kate Moss talks about body image, media image
Bobby Brown charged with DUI
Bobby Brown pleads not guilty to DUI charge
Crime

Store owner's murder linked to other killings
NJ doctor busted with bomb-making chemicals in his home
Staten Island HS football stars' ban could be related to bullied teen's suicide
Would-be killer decides against rampage at 'Twilight' screening for Walmart instead
Mom pleads guilty after toddler OD's on pain Rx
Mother of Columbine shooter prayed for his suicide
Entertainment

Networks duel at dawn over Lilo
Edward Burns' new movie delves into icky family dynamics
"Cinderella" to appear in Macy's parade
Would-be killer decides against rampage at 'Twilight' screening for Walmart instead
Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez fight during reconciliation dinner
Kate Moss talks about body image, media image
 
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The last taboo: American power
Belkin: When I entered "David Petraeus" into a Google News search box this week, the results included 530 stories published over the previous 24 hours. That is a lot of column inches.
Just the facts, ma'am
The NYPD is closing in on a record that will deserve great celebration. The city is on track to finish 2012 with the fewest homicides since police started keeping reliable figures more than a half-century ago.
Empty beds can save lives
Pardes: In the first hours of superstorm Sandy, the health care system of New York City had to respond rapidly to the evacuation of five hospitals and the loss of 2,000 acute-care beds. Of course, they did.
Holiday train show making tracks
There's seemingly a surprise or twist at every turn at this year's Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden.
Nov. 18: R.A. Dickey's Cy Young Award and President Obama's reelection
Port Jefferson Station, L.I.: Congratulations, R.A. Dickey, on winning the Cy Young Award. It's times like this that I'm proud that I've remained a diehard Mets fan. Well done. Joanmarie Shults
Storm and stress for incoming United Way prez
Harlem's Sheena Wright never thought her first two weeks as the head of the city branch of United Way would be spent assisting the recovery efforts following Superstorm Sandy.
Climate for fracking
Good news on the climate-change front: A shift from coal to natural gas by U.S. power plants — made possible by the drilling technology known as fracking — has cut the nation's planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions by 500 megatons a year.
Store owner's murder linked to other killings
Police are hunting a cold-blooded serial killer who gunned down three Brooklyn storeowners in four months — executing them in separate incidents with the same handgun, police sources said Saturday.
 
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