Judge orders US tobacco companies to admit to deception - TODAYonline :: http://www.todayonline.com/World/EDC121128-0000104/Judge-orders-US-tobacco-companies-to-admit-to-deception
Egyptians Rally Against President :: Tens of thousands of Egyptians descended on central Cairo to challenge new claims to power by President Mohammed Morsi and his Islamist allies, forcing the new leader to manage popular discontent that echoed the protests against the strongman who preceded him.
Fiction, Poetry and Nonfiction Selected by The New York Times Book Review :: The year's notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.
OECD Warns on Global Economy :: The world economy is at risk of a fresh contraction if euro-zone and U.S. policy makers fail to restore confidence by resolving their fiscal problems, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned.
Senator Vows to Block Any Clinton Successor :: An attempt by U.N. ambassador Susan Rice—a possible pick for secretary of state—to repair her standing with Republicans appeared to fall short.
Ericsson Sues Samsung for Patent Infringement - The Chosun Ilbo :: http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2012/11/28/2012112801069.html
CEOs Flock to Capital to Avert 'Cliff' :: The last time Washington wrangled over the deficit, in the summer of 2011, U.S. businesses watched nervously from the sidelines, a decision that many came to regret. This time, CEOs are flocking to the capital to make their voices heard.
Cathryn Drake: The Other Greek Crisis :: Rising criminality and a volatile political environment have hit immigrants the hardest.
House Bill Launches New Immigration Debate :: It pits advocates for a broad immigration overhaul, notably Democrats and the White House, against Republicans who favor a narrower approach for high-tech and engineering firms struggling to attract educated workers.
ConAgra Wins Brand X :: ConAgra, with its $4.95 billion deal to buy Ralcorp, is poised to be the largest maker of private-label foods in the U.S., a segment it believes will grow as retailers use in-house brands to cater to frugal consumers.
Hope and Exchange :: The feds blame the states for refusing to become ObamaCare subsidiaries.
Cox and Archer: Why $16 Trillion Only Hints at the True U.S. Debt :: Hiding the government's liabilities from the public makes it seem that we can tax our way out of mounting deficits. We can't.
The Secret Powers of the Son-in-Law :: If you have prickly relations with your in-laws, new research offers some surprising insights into the risks and benefits of maintaining your distance from your spouse's parents.
Probiotics' Benefits May Be More Than a Gut Feeling :: Probiotics, believed to help with digestion, are increasingly being studied to treat wide-ranging conditions, from colic to cholesterol and the common cold.
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Paper Falls for Onion Joke About Kim :: http://feeds.abcnews.com/click.phdo?i�ed100870e49e5f1719d0307c90d259
Long Before H-P Deal, Autonomy's Red Flags :: Following allegations last week by H-P that Autonomy inflated its financial results, U.S. authorities are looking into the business. Meanwhile, questions are mounting about how H-P failed to uncover the alleged irregularities ahead of the purchase.
At West Point, 'Goats' Are an Exclusive Bunch :: At a military academy bristling with traditions, one of the more curious honors the last-ranking cadet to make it through to graduation each year with the name of 'the goat.'
Powerball Tops $500M and Growing :: http://feeds.abcnews.com/click.phdo?i#06d5aa1dac388bf710574bf13f213c
Boy Found in Trash, Mom Arrested :: http://feeds.abcnews.com/click.phdo?i:bf57c867f0506fb02a02668810e5d6
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Greece Seals Aid Deal; Splits Linger :: Greece's international creditors reached a deal to end an impasse over the country's rescue program, though differences remained.
Canadian to Lead Bank of England :: Mark Carney, a former investment banker who runs Canada's central bank, will become governor of the Bank of England in July, a surprise pick that promises to bring change to the bank's insular culture.
Raymond Zhong: Catalonia's Unserious Separatists :: Woolly appeals to historical destiny make it harder for Spain and Europe to take the good arguments for independence seriously.
Crovitz: The U.N.'s Internet Sneak Attack :: Letting the Internet be rewired by bureaucrats would be like handing a Stradivarius to a gorilla.
Putters Should Just Be Putters :: For the long-term good of the game, the U.S. Golf Association should ban anchored putting outright, as most golf insiders believe that it will, even though the move will make many golfers angry.
McGurn: How Obama's 'Life of Julia' Prevailed :: Conservatives don't need to compromise their values. They need to do a better job of selling.
Best of the Web Today: Most-Racial America :: Antiwhite bigotry goes mainstream.
How To Live To Be 100 :: New research suggests that a long life is no accident. So what are the secrets of the world's centenarians?
Must-Have Job Skills in 2013 :: For employees who want to get ahead, flexibility, productivity, communications skills and a strong personal brand will be essential.