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North Korea Denies Sony Hack But Warns U.S.
North Korea is accusing the U.S. government of being behind the making of the movie "The Interview." And, in a dispatch on state media, the totalitarian regime warns the United States that U.S. "citadels" will be attacked, dwarfing the hacking attack on Sony that led to the cancellation of the film's release. While steadfastly denying involvement in the hack, North Korea accused U.S. President Barack Obama of calling for "symmetric counteraction." "The DPRK has already launched the toughest counteraction. Nothing is more serious miscalculation than guessing that just a single movie production company is the target of this counteraction. Our target is all the citadels of the U.S. imperialists who earned the bitterest grudge of all Koreans," a report on state-run KCNA read. CNN
VOA VIEW: Symmetric my a.. - a devestating response is in order.

Another Blackout For Dish Customers, This Time Fox News
For the third time in a month, Dish Network customers are missing out on popular programming due to a dispute with a channel owner. This time it's Fox News, one of the most popular cable channels in the United States. The channel disappeared from Dish (DISH)'s lineup shortly after midnight Eastern time because Dish's contract to carry Fox News expired before it could be renewed. Early Sunday morning, the two sides traded barbs about the reasons for the blackout, and Fox News urged its fans to switch to another television provider. Dish replaced Fox News with The Blaze, the relatively new cable channel owned by Glenn Beck. It replaced the much smaller Fox Business Channel, which was also blacked out, with CNBC. CNN

Top Republicans Critical Of Obama's Response To Sony Attack, 'Cybervandalism' Remark
Top Washington Republicans on Sunday hammered President Obama for his handling of North Korea’s cyberattacks on Sony Pictures Entertainment, saying  he is slow to respond and has underplayed the impact of the hacking by calling it “cybervandalism.” Rep. Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, told “Fox News Sunday” that Obama should already be responding to the attacks instead of just vowing to respond. On Friday, after Sony halted the distribution of its film “The Interview,” Obama acknowledged the attacks were damaging but said only that “we will respond.” Fox News
VOA VIEW: Obama is a weak leader.

States Trying To Lure Lawyers Into Rural Practice
By landing a steady job in a hopping metropolis, Jake Fischer achieved the dream of many who finished law school during the Great Recession. Then, he left the big-city life and moved to a small South Dakota town, lured by a program that seeks to boost the number of rural attorneys. Although federal grant money for decades has been available for doctors, nurses and dentists willing to relocate to sparsely populated areas, the South Dakota program is believed to be the first of its kind to similarly compensate lawyers. Fischer, who is married with one child, is the first of up to 16 attorneys accepted into the program, which is funded by the state's judicial system, the South Dakota Bar Association and the counties. It offers an annual subsidy of $12,000 ? or 90 percent of the cost of a year at the University of South Dakota Law School ? to live and practice in rural communities. ABC


Obama Says Putin Presiding Over Economic Contraction
U.S. president Barack Obama has rejected the charge that he has been outmaneuvered by Russian president Vladimir Putin, saying in a TV interview due for broadcast later on Sunday that Putin was presiding over "a huge economic contraction" due to the Ukraine crisis. Obama, in an interview with Candy Crowley on CNN's "State of the Union" program rejected the notion that Putin "is the chess master and outmaneuvering the West and outmaneuvering Mr. Obama and this and that and the other." The United States and Europe have imposed a series of economic sanctions on Russia. Reuters
VOA VIEW: The truth is Obama has been out played and humiliated by Putin.

Rubio Says Jeb Bush Doesn't Factor Into 2016 Decision
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida says it won't stop him from campaigning for the White House if former Gov. Jeb Bush decides to run. "What you have to make your decision is not who else is running, it's on whether you think it's the right place to achieve your agenda and serve your country," Rubio said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "If I make that decision that that's the right place for me to serve at this moment in my life, I'll run for president." Bush, also a Republican, said last week that he will "actively explore" whether to run. Rubio said that Bush would make a "very credible and strong" candidate. The senator continued his week-long attack on President Barack Obama's decision to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba, saying that the president gave away his leverage. MSNBC

Red Light Cameras Do Not Make Driving Safer, According To A New Study
According to a new study out of Chicago, red light cameras do not make driving safer and actually cause more rear-end accidents. The study found there was a 15 percent reduction in cars crashing at a right angle, but rear-end crashes increased 22 percent in the presence of red light cameras, meaning there was an overall 5 percent increase in crashes. It would appear that red light cameras cause cars to enter intersections after a red light less often, but drivers are more likely to slam on their brakes to avoid entering the intersection, which can cause an accident. Chicago has the most red light cameras of any U.S. city, and this is the first time such a comprehensive study has been done of the program. UPI


Review Finds Secret Service Needs 'Culture Change'
The Secret Service is overstretched and needs a "culture change" from outside leadership, according to an independent review of the agency that found profound problems in the organization tasked with protecting the president and his family.  The recommendations, released Thursday, range from suggestions as practical as raising the 7 ½ foot fence around the White House to more training to hiring a new director from outside the Secret Service. "The need to change, reinvigorate, and question long-held assumptions - from within the agency itself - is too critical right now for the next director to be an insider," according to an executive summary of the report. The Secret Service is overstretched and needs a culture change from outside leadership, according to an independent review of the agency that found profound problems in the organization tasked with protecting the president and his family. MSNBC

Al Sharpton Says He’s The Victim, Plays Audio Of Death Threat During Press Conference
Al Sharpton said Sunday that he’s been the victim of racist and violent death threats following the execution-style killings of two NYPD officers. Critics have accused the reverend and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio of stoking racial and anti-police tensions in the aftermath of the police-involved death of Eric Garner. Mr. Sharpton, appearing before reporters alongside Garner’s wife and mother, said he has received threats since NYPD Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were gunned down Saturday afternoon as they sat in their patrol car in Brooklyn, the New York Post reported. The reverend played an expletive-filled voicemail over live television that purported to show someone saying, “Hey [n-word], stop killing innocent people, I’m going to get you!” the Post reported. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Sharpton is whining, yet he has victimized all for decades.

What’s Under The Tree In Washington For Nevada’s Delegation?
For Nevada’s members of Congress, it’s fair to say their wish lists extend beyond the new Taylor Swift album or an iPhone 6. It has been a rough year in Washington, especially for Democrats who in November lost power in the Senate. In Nevada, Rep. Steven Horsford lost his seat, and Sen. Harry Reid lost his majority leader title.
Here’s a look at what Nevada lawmakers might be wishing for this holiday season as they head into a new congressional session in January. Reid, the Senate’s soon-to-be minority leader, is up for re-election for a sixth term in 2016. Political forecasters show Reid has an edge on any Republican challenger — except Nevada’s popular Republican governor. Las Vegas Sun

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Iraqi Kurds Use U.S. Led Airstrikes In Push For Sinjar
With coalition warplanes circling overhead, Kurdish fighters pushed into the contested northern Iraqi town of Sinjar on Sunday, touching off heavy clashes with Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants who have controlled the area for months. U.S.-led forces launched a total of 13 airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and three in Syria, using fighter, bomber and other aircraft, the U.S. military said, according to Reuters. Four of the Iraq strikes were near Sinjar in the north of the country, which destroyed ISIS buildings, tactical units and vehicles, while other Iraqi cities targeted included Tal Afar, Ramadi, Mosul and Baiji, according to the Combined Joint Task Force. CBS

Nicaragua Canal To Break Ground, Hoping To Rival Panama
As a conscripted soldier during the Contra War of the 1980s, Esteban Ruiz used to flee from battles because he didn't want to have to kill anyone. But now, as the 47-year-old farmer prepares to fight for his land, Ruiz insists, "I'm not going to run." Ruiz's property on the banks of Nicaragua's Rio Grande sits in the path of a $50 billion transoceanic waterway set to break ground on Monday. Nicaraguan officials will start building access roads on state-owned land as the first step in creating a canal expected to rival that of Panama - a project supporters say will directly employ 50,000 people and dramatically boost the country's GDP. CBS

Marco Rubio: Rand Paul ‘Chief Cheerleader’ Of Obama Foreign Policy
Sen. Marco Rubio responded to criticism from fellow Republican and potential 2016 presidential rival Sen. Rand Paul over his position on Cuba, insisting today that he would oppose the “Obama-Paul foreign policy,” and referring to the Kentucky senator as “chief cheerleader” of the president’s overseas agenda. “Rand, if he wants to become the chief cheerleader of Obama’s foreign policy, he certainly has a right to do that,” Rubio, R-Fla., told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on “This Week.” “I’m going to continue to oppose the Obama-Paul foreign policy on Cuba because I know it won’t lead to freedom and liberty for the Cuban people, which is my sole interest here.” ABC

North Korea: 1.2 Million Troops, Nukes And A 3,000-Strong Cyber-Elite
North Korea’s alleged ability to hack into Sony Pictures Entertainment is extending Kim Jong Un’sreach far beyond the range of his missiles. While North Korea has kept Western defense officials guessing for years about a nuclear program that it may or may not ever use, the regime’s ability to wage cyber war adds a new dimension to its standing abroad. “There is this image that North Korea never carries through on its threats,” said Bruce Klingner, senior research fellow on Northeast Asia at the Heritage Foundation in Washington and former deputy division chief for Korea at the Central Intelligence Agency. “But it sometimes does carry through. You can’t always dismiss North Korea threats as simply being words.” Bloomberg


Critics Say ‘Anti-Cop Rhetoric’ Of Eric Holder, Bill De Blasio May Have Led To NY Police Deaths
The shocking, cold-blooded murder of two New York City police officers Saturday has raised fresh questions about whether prominent Democrats — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. in particular — have gone too far in their criticism of law enforcement and, at least in part, caused this weekend’s brutal slayings. Former New York Gov. George Pataki, for example, tweeted that Mr. de Blasio and Mr. Holder have used “divisive anti-cop rhetoric” and, in turn, helped inspire Saturday’s shooter. Washington Times

Murder Of NYC Cops Inflames Tension Between Mayor And Police
The murder of two New York City officers ambushed in their car in Brooklyn yesterday by a man claiming retaliation prompted calls to tamp down racial tensions caused by police killings in Staten Island and Missouri. The execution-style shooting of Officers Rafael Ramos, 40, and Wenjian Liu, 32, in what Mayor Bill de Blasio called a “despicable act,” followed online postings in which the alleged killer claimed to be avenging the deaths of Eric Garner, in Staten Island in July, and Michael Brown, in Missouri in August, in incidents with white policemen. Bloomberg

Pakistan Makes Arrests In Taliban School Carnage
Authorities made several arrests in the case of the Taliban school attack that killed 148 in the northwestern city of Peshawar, on Sunday, officials said. "Quite a few suspects who were facilitators in one way or the other have been taken into custody," Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said, adding that the interrogations were "moving ahead in a positive manner." He did not disclose their identities or say how many they were. Seven Taliban gunmen wearing explosives belts stunned the world on Tuesday by storming into the military run school and slaughtering 148 people, including 132 students. Another nearly 121 students were wounded in the ensuing eight-hour siege of the school, located in an area where many military families live. The group claims it fights to establish a ruling system based on its own harsh brand of Islam. It has killed thousands over nearly a decade. Las Vegas Sun

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Christie Tells Obama To Demand Return Of Cop Killer Chesimard To Start Cuba Talks
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is urging President Obama to demand that Cuba return convicted police-killer Joanne Chesimard before he proceeds with efforts to improve diplomatic relations with that country. Chesimard was found guilty of killing New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster in 1973 before escaping from prison and fleeing to Cuba. The 67-year-old Chesimard has since been provided safe haven by the Cuban government. “Cuba’s provision of safe harbor to Chesimard by providing political asylum to a convicted cop killer … is an affront to every resident of our state, our country, and in particular, the men and women of the New Jersey State Police,” Christie wrote. “I urge you to demand the immediate return of Chesimard before any further consideration of restoration of diplomatic relations with the Cuban government.” Fox News

Obama Vows 'Do Everything I Can' To Close Guantanamo
U.S. president Barack Obama said in a TV interview set for broadcast on Sunday that he will do "everything I can" to close the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, after four Afghan detainees held there were sent home. Obama promised to shut the internationally condemned prison when he took office nearly six years ago, saying it was damaging America's image around the world. But he has been unable to do so, partly because of obstacles posed by the U.S. Congress. "I'm going to be doing everything I can to close it," Obama said on CNN's "State of the Union with Candy Crowley," program in an interview taped on Friday. Reuters

First Auction Of Military Humvees To Civilians Lures Bidders
The chance to own a U.S. military Humvee helped drive a record number of visitors and bidders to an online auction of Department of Defense equipment. GovPlanet, an online auction company contracted to sell U.S. military surplus, said more than 110,000 were attracted to its auction Wednesday of 25 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles and other equipment, such as cargo trucks and crawler tractors. The Humvees – in cargo and troop-carry configurations – were unarmored and the first surplus Humvees made available to the general public by the Department of Defense. GovPlanet said the highest price paid for one of the vehicles was $41,000.
"The interest in the Humvees was very strong, exceeding our expectations in terms of participation and pricing," said Randy Berry, senior vice president, operations and services for parent company IronPlanet. UPI

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Netanyahu Promises To ‘Vigorously’ Oppose Palestinian Moves At UN
As the Palestinian Authority said Sunday it planned to move forward to secure support for the draft resolution it presented the UN Security Council last week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would “vigorously oppose it” and not accept any “diktat.” Netanyahu, speaking at a Hanukka candle-lighting ceremony with IDF soldiers at Latrun, said Israel has sent a clear message to “those leading the diplomatic assault against us” that Israel expects “the responsible elements in the international community to reject this proposal.” He said that the current “diplomatic attack led by the Palestinian Authority” is “designed to deny us our very right to defend ourselves and seeks to deny us the legitimacy of our very existence.” Jerusalem Post

Oil Price Fall Not Opec's Fault, Gulf Ministers Say
Oil-rich Gulf states have vowed not to cut crude production, blaming speculators and producers outside the Opec group for tumbling prices. Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said "the spread of misleading information and speculation" had contributed to the 40% price fall. Speaking in Abu Dhabi, he also dismissed claims of a Saudi plot to push prices down for political goals. Ministers from Kuwait and the UAE also said there were no plans to cut output. Mr Naimi said that if producer countries outside Opec wanted to restrict output, "they are welcome". "We are not going to cut, certainly Saudi Arabia is not going to cut." BBC

Tunisian Presidential Candidates Clash Over Poll
Tunisia's Beji Caid Essebsi has claimed victory shortly after polls closed in the country's first free presidential election. His rival, caretaker President Moncef Marzouki, dismissed the claims however, saying "nothing is confirmed so far". Exit polls gave Mr Essebsi around 54% of the vote but official results are yet to be released. Tunisia was the first country to depose its leader in the Arab Spring and inspired other uprisings in the region. Mr Essebsi appeared on local television on Sunday, saying, "I dedicate my victory to the martyrs of Tunisia", he said. "I thank Marzouki, and now we should work together without excluding anyone," he added. BBC

FTSE To Fall 30Pc If Global Economy Derails
Deutsche Bank has warned that the global financial system is still extremely fragile and unsustainable, without central bank intervention. What’s more, if support is withdrawn too quickly it could derail the global economy. The credit strategy team at Deutsche Bank, headed by Jim Reid, pose an interesting question: “Are we any nearer to finding a more sustainable financial system? Or have we simply delayed the economic pain and are continuing on the completely wrong path policy wise?”
In a report entitled “Plate Spinning”, they state: “The problem for central bankers is that they have inflated certain asset prices to levels where, if they reined in their actions too much, then they would likely see adverse market moves and a loss of confidence in the system.” Telegraph

Lifestyle Changes 'Could Protect 80,000 From Dementia'
More than 80,000 people a year could be saved from dementia by lifestyle changes to protect the brain, according to a major global report. The research says individuals should be encouraged to take action earlier in life to try to fend off conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, amid increasing evidence that deterioration of the brain starts in the 40s. The findings will be presented at the World Innovation Summit for Health in Doha in February. Its chairman, surgeon and former Labour health minister Lord Darzi, urged the public to act now to change their diet and exercise habits and to stimulate their mental capacity through puzzles in order to prevent a "tide of suffering" which could otherwise overwhelm the nation. Telegraph

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