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        Driving deaths down, better drivers credited

        Good news from America's roadways. Drivers seem to be getting better and safer cars are leading to fewer traffic deaths. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)

        - December 20, 2014
        61,000 cyberattacks against US Govt in 2014

        The number is staggering, but what is even more staggering is what's already been stolen. (KFVS TV)

        - December 20, 2014
        Sony: No choice than to kill The Interview

        The head of Sony Pictures is saying his company had no choice other than to kill the opening of the movie "The Interview".

        - December 20, 2014
        Lets work together: N.Korea to U.S.

        North Korea is demanding the U.S. work with it to prove they had nothing to do with the hack which has brought Sony Pictures to its knees. (NBC NEWS)

        - December 20, 2014
        Biblical themed park denied tax credit

        A Kentucky theme park--denied tax credit from the state--vows to sue and is taking their message to the people through billboards. (WAVE TV)

        - December 20, 2014
        Over 70 protesters arrested in Milwaukee

        Over 70 protesters were arrested in Milwaukee when they blocked rush-hour traffic on a major highway. (Chicago Tribune)

        - December 19, 2014
        President Obama orders ban on Crimea trade

        President Barack Obama ordered a ban on the export of goods, technology and services to Crimea. (BBC)

        - December 19, 2014
        Judge restores protection to Great Lakes wolves

        A federal judge restored Endangered Species Act protections to gray wolves in the western Great Lakes. (Reuters)

        - December 19, 2014
        High court blocks Florida same-sex marriage ban

        The Supreme Court denied a stay, same-sex marriage in Florida begins on January 6. (Tampa Bay Times)

        - December 19, 2014
        State Dept. warns Americans traveling abroad

        The State Department is warning Americans traveling abroad to be extra cautious over the holidays. (Huffington Post-AP)

        - December 19, 2014
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