2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • 10 Things to Know for Thursday
    10 Things to Know for Thursday

    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:

  • Poland: NATO should send troops to east Europe, ignore Russia's objections

    By Marcin Goettig and Marcin Goclowski WARSAW (Reuters) - Russia's military intervention in Ukraine's Crimea peninsula makes it vital that NATO station significant numbers of troops in eastern Europe and ignore any objections Russia might have in this respect, Poland's defense minister said. Tomasz Siemoniak, in an interview with Reuters, said western Europe was safe thanks to the U.S. military presence there, adding that Russia's military was ready to intervene in Poland's neighbor, Ukraine.

  • Snake’s last meal comes back to bite her
    Snake’s last meal comes back to bite her

    A young viper was found dead with a centipede’s head protruding out of the snake’s body. As reported by NBC News, Ljiljana Tomovic, a Serbian herpetologist, was tagging snakes in Macedonia when she made the eye-catching discovery.

  • Remove Russian tanks from Berlin WWII memorial: German tabloid

    Germany's top-selling Bild daily launched a petition Tuesday to remove two Russian tanks from a World War II memorial in central Berlin in protest against escalating tensions in Ukraine. "At a time in which Russian tanks are threatening free, democratic Europe, we don't want any Russian tanks at the Brandenburg Gate," Bild wrote, referring to the landmark symbol of German unity since the end of the Cold War. The petition, which local tabloid B.Z. also ran in its pages, said that Russia had used "the force of arms" to annex the Crimean peninsula and massed troops on Ukraine's eastern border, "threatening the freedom of a sovereign state".

  • Man ‘Seduced’ by IRS Agent Appeals Dismissal of His Lawsuit
    Man ‘Seduced’ by IRS Agent Appeals Dismissal of His Lawsuit

    'I Felt Like a Cheap Whore,' Vincent Burroughs Recalled of The Alleged Incident.

  • How any actor (even a really nice one) can play a truly evil villain like King Joffrey
    How any actor (even a really nice one) can play a truly evil villain like King Joffrey

    Game of Thrones fans have spent the past few years nursing a grudge against the actors Lena Headey and Jack Gleeson, who make a strong case for being the world's worst mother-son combination: the vindictive Queen Cersei and the despicable King Joffrey. Anna Gunn played Skyler White in Breaking Bad, and the outcry against her and her character was so great that it inspired a Facebook page called "I Hate Skyler White," which still has over 30,000 likes. Theda Bara, Hollywood's first "vamp," was known as a dangerous woman to cinemagoers of the World War I era. In her actual life, Bara was a demure young Jewish woman from Cincinnati whose real name was Theodosia Goodman.

  • Obama, Republicans openly feud over immigration legislation
    Obama, Republicans openly feud over immigration legislation

    Partisan bickering over immigration reform legislation intensified on Wednesday as President Barack Obama and House of Representatives Republicans accused each other of standing in the way of progress one year after bipartisan Senate legislation was introduced. On the one-year anniversary of the Senate bill, Obama went on the attack after a long period of trying to encourage progress in the House. "Unfortunately, Republicans in the House of Representatives have repeatedly failed to take action, seemingly preferring the status quo of a broken immigration system over meaningful reform," Obama said in a statement released by the White House.

  • Accused Kansas Shooter In Wheelchair For Court Appearance
    Accused Kansas Shooter In Wheelchair For Court Appearance

    Suspect Could Face the Death Penalty For Shooting Rampage, Prosecutor Says

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