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Saturday, December 08, 2012

The halls of the White House get seriously decked out! Check out these First Families and towering Christmas trees that have filled the White House over the years for the holiday season ...
Tiny Doreen Winkler miraculously helped yank two men from the path of an oncoming subway train after things went bad for a good Samaritan in the Bowling Green subway station.
President Obama on Friday proposed $60.4 billion in federal aid to help storm-battered New York and New Jersey recover and rebuild from superstorm Sandy.The package is short of the $82 billion that both states had requested, but it's better than the $50 billion package that the White House suggested the President might propose.
Fatburger is aiming to throw its weight around New York City, setting up its first shop here this spring in Manhattan's Murry Hill section and opening a total of 10 restaurants in the next few years.

This is democracy? Egypt bans protests outside presidential palace as Islamists and secularists wage bloody street battle
Teachers did this?! Blind 6-year-old boy dragged through school by ankles, teachers face charges
Toddler born with liver, intestines OUTSIDE her body leaves hospital after 850 days
Missouri couple's dog brings home bizarre find - an alligator's head
'He attacked me first': Fiend suspected of shoving straphanger in front of oncoming train charged with murder, but blames victim
Billionaire grocer mulls mayoral run

CANO-GO: Yankees second baseman may very well bolt Bronx once a free agent
Isola: Dolan's offseason decisions with Lin, Felton seem to be paying dividends
Te'o picks up hardware, Manziel still Heisman favorite
After last year's loss, Giants vow to be winners against Saints
Bondy: Old friends Jackson, Jefferson find links with new
Nets on 3-game skid, lose to Warriors

In Miami, the party is a work of art
Travolta's tell-all guy takes bath
Nurse duped by royal prank dies
Lindsay Lohan traveling on The Wanted's tour bus
Catherine Zeta-Jones: I'm 'sick' of talking about being bi-polar
Jennifer Nettles welcomes a baby boy

Jurors split on sexual assault trial of Hasidic counselor
Alaska serial killer
Twins buried a man in concrete, stole his card collection
Cops seek subway rub creep
Lawyer: McAfee better, hopes to stay in Guatemala
Two detained in French terror probe released

'Deeply shocked' Australian radio hosts yanked off the air after Kate Middleton prank call leads to nurse's suspected suicide
'Kill those f---ing Yankees!' Psy's violent anti-American lyrics revealed weeks before he's scheduled to perform for Obama
Tom and Gisele welcome their second 'little angel'
Kate Upton scores sizzling cover spread
Catherine Zeta-Jones: 'I never wanted to be the poster child' for bipolar disorder
How sweet! Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles welcomes a baby boy

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In Miami, the party is a work of art
Miami is putting the "art" in party. The biggest soap opera in town revolves around 26-year-old art dealer Vito Schnabel.
Obama makes good
President Obama came through for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut by committing to ask Congress for $60.4 billion in superstorm Sandy relief funding.
A very unhappy birthday
There was joyous celebration in Gaza on Friday as the long-exiled leader of Hamas, Khaled Meshal, entered the territory for the first time as Palestinians marked the terror group's 25th anniversary.
Dec. 8: Christmas shows, MTA fare hearings and subway survival
Manhattan: We agree with "No-show nobodies" (editorial, Dec. 2) that Metropolitan Transportation Authority board members should hear in person from riders who take the time to testify on the proposed fare increases.
Billionaire grocer mulls mayoral run
IF MTA Chairman Joe Lhota wants to be mayor, he may have to take on a billionaire first.
Mighty Quinn: December 8
The quote of the week comes from Eric Hartsburg of Michigan City, Ind., who had the Mitt Romney-Paul Ryan campaign logo (red-and-blue "R") tattooed onto his face "to make politics fun" and now says it's time for it to come off. Hartsburg says a Republican supporter paid him $15,000 to get the tattoo and keep it until at least the election was over:
Nets suffer first 3-game skid with loss to Warriors
The Warriors knocked out the Nets with a heavy dose of David Lee. That's right, the ex-Knickerbocker went off in his first game in Brooklyn, scoring 13 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter of a 109-102 Golden State victory.
Thunder best shorthanded Lakers, 114-108
Kevin Durant had 36 points, Russell Westbrook scored 27 of his 33 in the first half to stake Oklahoma City to a commanding lead and the Thunder beat the short-handed Los Angeles Lakers 114-108 Friday night.
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