2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • AP EXCLUSIVE: CIA halts spying in Europe

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The CIA has curbed spying on friendly governments in Western Europe in response to the furor over a German caught selling secrets to the United States and the Edward Snowden revelations of classified information held by the National Security Agency, according to current and former U.S. officials.

  • Sunken 'Ship of Gold' Contains Bounty of Jewelry, Other Treasures
    Sunken 'Ship of Gold' Contains Bounty of Jewelry, Other Treasures

    A trove of gold coins, bracelets, buckles and broaches are among the precious treasures retrieved from a 157-year-old shipwreck off the coast of South Carolina. The "Ship of Gold," known in its sailing days as the SS Central America, was loaded down with 30,000 lbs. (13,600 kilograms) of gold when a hurricane sent it to the watery depths 160 miles (260 kilometers) from the coast of South Carolina on Sept. 12, 1857. Now, deep-sea exploration company Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc., is re-excavating the site. They've also found gold jewelry, gold nuggets and snippets of 19th-century life, from glass containers to chewing tobacco still in its package. 

  • Florida granddad Don Spirit who killed family had also fatally shot son years before
    Florida granddad Don Spirit who killed family had also fatally shot son years before

    The Florida man who police say gunned down his daughter and six grandchildren Thursday had been to prison for fatally shooting his young son during a hunting trip 13 years ago, according to court records.

  • Final Glance: Computer companies

    Shares of some top computer companies were mixed at the close of trading: Apple Inc s fell $.83 or .8 percent, to $100.96. Hewlett Packard Co. fell $.22 or .6 percent, to $36.79. International Business ...

  • Queen urges unity after Scotland rejects independence
    Queen urges unity after Scotland rejects independence

    Edinburgh (AFP) - Scottish leader Alex Salmond said Friday he would resign after losing an independence referendum that left the United Kingdom intact, while Queen Elizabeth II called for "mutual respect" among Scots following a divisive campaign.

  • See New Yorkers Experience iPhone 6 Madness in Our Interactive Map
    See New Yorkers Experience iPhone 6 Madness in Our Interactive Map

    Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus went on sale all around the world. To give you a glimpse at the scene in New York City, we put together this interactive map. Clicking on any of the small orange dots pulls up an Apple-focused tweet from the area.

  • At 80, Leonard Cohen meditates on spirituality and war
    At 80, Leonard Cohen meditates on spirituality and war

    New York (AFP) - Releasing a new album near his 80th birthday, Leonard Cohen cheekily addresses his age in the very first song, intoning, "It's not because I'm old ... I always liked it slow."

  • Scotland: Who won? Who lost?
    Scotland: Who won? Who lost?

    LONDON (AP) — Who won and who lost in Scotland's independence referendum?

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