Dec 14, 2011

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  1. Gingrich staffer resigns after Mormon comments
    Newt Gingrich's political director in Iowa is out of a job after making disparaging comments about Mitt Romney and his Mormon faith.
  2. Time's Person of the Year: 'The Protester'
    Time magazine names "The Protester" its Person of the Year for 2011, citing global protests from Tunisia to Moscow to Wall Street.
  3. Deal on payroll tax cut extension still elusive
    A partisan divide over how to pay for payroll tax cut extension has reignited the prospect of a government shutdown.
  4. Survey: More teens using synthetic drugs
    Nearly one in nine high school seniors have gotten high in the past year on synthetic drugs, a survey shows.
  5. Quarterback Mitch Mustain tries to revitalize career, life
    How could a promising young star fall so far and so fast? Poor judgment, guidance and an ill-timed interception all factor into his story.
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  1. Gingrich staffer resigns after Mormon comments
    Newt Gingrich's political director in Iowa is out of a job after making disparaging comments about Mitt Romney and his Mormon faith.
  2. Time's Person of the Year: 'The Protester'
    Time magazine names "The Protester" its Person of the Year for 2011, citing global protests from Tunisia to Moscow to Wall Street.
  3. Steelers' Harrison won't change ways
    Steelers LB James Harrison has been suspended one game by the NFL for his helmet-to-helmet collision with Colt McCoy.
  4. John Rocker admits to steroid use with Braves
    John Rocker said he used steroids in 1999 so he could compete with hitters who were using performance-enhancing drugs.
  5. Luxury ship rescues elite rowers in Atlantic
    Crystal Cruises' 1,080-passenger Crystal Serenity brought the two racers on board.
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