• Christmas Eve Storms

      Weather is a problem coast to coast this Christmas Eve with rain on both coasts, and snow in the Midwest. Chicago bracing for flight cancellations. Garrett Tenney reporting on airport travel delays on one of the busiest days of the year.

      Severe weather in Mississippi yesterday left four dead and another 50 hurt. Power knocked out for thousands, and they'll survey the widespread damage today... continue reading »

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    • Dow 18,000

      Anti-police protesters say they won't stop protests despite the murder of two New York City policeman over the weekend. Mayor Bill de Blasio asked protesters to hold off until after the funerals for the two officers, but protest leaders are refusing. The Mayor has come under increasing fire since the incident. Police say the Mayor has created a toxic environment for police. Jonathan Hunt and David Lee Miller reporting... continue reading »

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    • Police Assassinated In New York

      Police are investigating the history of 28-year-old Ismaaiyl Brinsley who shot his ex-girlfriend in Baltimore and then came to New York City and ambushed and assassinated two police officers before killing himself as police closed in on him on a subway platform. The man had a long criminal history. It's believed he targeted police officers in retaliation for the deaths of Eric Garner in New York and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. The murder of two police officers comes after assaults on police officers at several protests in New York... continue reading »

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    • Final 2014 News Conference From White House at 1:30pm ET

      President Obama is set to give a year end news conference. It's his first since November 5th, and the last we'll likely see of him before he heads to Hawaii to be with family for Christmas. We'll carry it live, and have in-depth analysis.

      1330EST -- POTUS holds news conference. Brady Press Briefing Room. LIVE... continue reading »

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    • Cuba Deal Digested; Hackers Win Vs Sony

      A reshaping of foreign policy in the Western hemisphere. Reaction pouring in to the news we first reported yesterday that the U.S. will restore full relations with Cuba.. an enemy of the U.S. for more than five decades. President Obama ordering the restoration of diplomatic relations, a new Havana embassy and a prisoner swap. Republicans and some Democrats are outraged calling it appeasement of dictatorships. Some lawmakers suggested they will try to block the lifting of the trade embargo... continue reading »

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    • Russia's Day of Reckoning

      Congress has left the building. Senate and the House officially left town for the holidays.. after extending tax breaks for teachers, banks, retailers and commuters to keep temporary tax breaks for another year. The package will add $42 billion to the deficit.

      President Obama signed the $1.1 trillion spending bill into law.. it funds the government through September. Homeland Security only gets money through February with Congress wanting to weigh in on the President's immigration executive actions... continue reading »

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    • Terror in Pakistan, Australia

      New details emerging about the terror attack in Sydney yesterday. The raid came to an end after 16 hours when police heard gunshots and ran into the café where the crazed gunman was holding several people hostage. The gunman was killed as well as 2 hostages. 4 more hostages are injured. Police are suggesting the death toll would have been higher if they hadn't entered when they did. The terrorist is being described as a mentally ill Iranian refugee who had a criminal record. Amy Kellogg reporting, and we'll have analysis from several guests... continue reading »

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    • Terror in Sydney

      An apparent terror attack under way right now in Sydney. An armed terrorists taking hostages at a popular Sydney café forcing female hostages to hoist an ISIS flag in the café window. Five hostages have escaped so far.. as the siege continued.. now underway for at least 15 hours. Police are reportedly in contact with the hostage taker, and haven't confirmed it's a terror attack. The U.S. has evacuated the consulate and warned Americans in Australia to remain vigilante. Greg Palkot reporting from London... continue reading »

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    • Big Banks Win

      Huge drama on Capitol Hill all day yesterday and last night. The House barely passing a $1.1 trillion spending bill to keep the government running. There was a rebellion on the left as lawmakers left in a giveaway to the big banks.. essentially insuring the American taxpayer will be on the hook for any major losses by the big banks for risky trading. JP Morgan lobbied legislators to make the bill happen, and Citibank reportedly helped write the bill... continue reading »

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    • Wide Array of Reaction to CIA Interrogation Report

      The Senate Intel Committee report on the CIA's interrogation methods after 9/11 that was released yesterday during our first hour generating a ton of controversy and reaction in the past 24 hours. President Obama, VP Biden and Senator John McCain said the CIA's use of enhanced interrogation hurt U.S. interests and credibility. The report suggests the U.S. conducted waterboarding, starvation, sleep deprivation, and other cruel practices to get information from terrorists... continue reading »

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