Nov 25, 2012

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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Hector "Macho" Camacho was a brilliant boxer whose endearing persona made you forget what a truly tortured soul he was. That is what those in boxing recalled most about the three-division champion who died in a San Juan Hospital after his family removed him from life support on Saturday morning.
Elizabeth Smart is preparing to tell her story about being held captive and raped daily for nine months by a onetime homeless preacher.
These six numbers didn't change anyone's life: 22, 32, 37, 44, 50 and Powerball 34. Next drawing will take place Wednesday.
A postcard mailed nearly seven decades ago finally arrived at its destination last week, landing in the mailbox of an upstate New York home.
 
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A violation of the ceasefire in Middle East would be 'a sin': cleric
Ice cream store robber stopped cold: cops
In just 90 seconds, the city seemed to come undone
No lottery winner! Powerball jackpot likely to hit $425 million!! HIGHEST EVER
Bronx man arrested in case of dead teen
Alabama man opens fire on two deputy sheriffs, killing 1
Sports

Smith: Remembering 'Macho' Camacho the man
Coach K, Duke wins reunion with Pitino, Louisville
Lupica: Rex's fault? Cool your Jets
Balamou injury sparks St. John's win over FGCU
Irish stay perfect, head to BCS title game
Thirty-two NHL stars play charity game for Sandy victims
Gossip

Penn & Tell-all: Magician rips into Donald Trump and 'Celebrity Apprentice'
Former 'Real World' star Puck is behind bars
KStew and RPattz spend Thanksgiving together
Kids urge Trump to cool it on Obama
Halle Berry's ex and fiance both hospitalized after fight
Bewitched bio details troubled personal life
Crime

Ice cream store robber stopped cold: cops
Bronx man arrested in case of dead teen
Alabama man opens fire on two deputy sheriffs, killing 1
Woman stabs dinner guest with serving fork
Arafat's remains said to be exhumed Tuesday
U.S. tourists fight off Buenos Aires robbers
Entertainment

'Gangnam Style' topples Bieber on YouTube
'Rise of the Guardians' on mission to protect children of the world
Penn & Tell-all: Magician rips into Donald Trump and 'Celebrity Apprentice'
Former 'Real World' star Puck is behind bars
KStew and RPattz spend Thanksgiving together
Larry Hagman, legendary actor who played J.R. Ewing of 'Dallas,' dies at 81
 
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A violation of the ceasefire in Middle East would be 'a sin': cleric
A leading Islamic cleric in the Gaza Strip has ruled it a sin to violate the recent cease-fire between Israel and the Hamas militant group that controls the Palestinian territory.
Ice cream store robber stopped cold: cops
Cops have scooped up a career criminal with a penchant for robbing ice cream parlors at gunpoint, authorities say.
They failed the test
The men and woman who seek to become the next leader of New York City are offering, they claim, new paths to improve the nation's largest public school system. Hardly.
Bloomy should get religion
Eighty churches may need a miracle if they are to continue leasing space for weekend services in public school buildings. Pray that they get one.
Nov. 25: President Obama, Hurricane Sandy and Justin Bieber
Brooklyn: It hasn't even been a month since President Obama won reelection. Did I misunderstand his campaign promise to get Washington spending under control? He just promised to give Myanmar (also known as Burma) $170 million.
Where Petraeus let us down
Bacevich: Future generations will remember David Petraeus, if they remember him at all, as the general who enabled the United States, at great cost, to avoid defeat in a misguided and badly-managed middle-sized war.
Child poverty, a national shame
McCurry: Name a subject that the presidential candidates failed to address during the campaign this fall: Climate change? Fracking? The designated-hitter rule?
Gambling away our cities
Florida: Early in September, Sheldon Adelson, the 79-year-old founder of The Sands (and a lavish political donor — he contributed more than $50 million to help Mitt Romney and other Republicans get elected), announced that Madrid will be home to a massive EuroVegas gambling and entertainment complex.
 
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