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Politico

Intel world struggles to crack the code of an untrusting Trump
Politico
Donald Trump's insult-laced dismissal of reports that the CIA believes Russia hacked the 2016 election to help him is rattling a spy community already puzzled over how to gain the ear and trust of the incoming president. Some fear that Trump's highly ...
How Congress could get tougher on Russia, with or without Donald TrumpWashington Post
Trump, Mocking Claim That Russia Hacked Election, at Odds with GOPNew York Times
How Will Trump React to the CIA's Claim That Russia Was Trying to Help Him Win?Slate Magazine
Yahoo News -NPR -Huffington Post -Daily Beast
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Bloomberg

Exxon CEO Said to Be Trump's Secretary of State Choice: NBC
Bloomberg
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks briefly with the media on his way out of the lobby of Trump Tower on Nov. 11, 2016, in New York City. Photographer: Drew Angerer/Getty Images. Exxon Mobil Corp. Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson is ...
Tillerson is said to be Trump's top choice for secretary of stateThe Boston Globe
Rex Tillerson of ExxonMobil Expected to Be Named Trump's Secretary of State: SourcesNBCNews.com
Trump reportedly settles on Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as secretary of stateBusiness Insider
Miami Herald -Hot Air -Fortune -TheBlaze.com
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USA TODAY

Islamic State retakes parts of Syria's historic Palmyra
USA TODAY
Syrian activists say the Islamic State re-entered the historic city of Palmyra in central Syria on Saturday, pushing back the Russian-backed Syrian army that expelled the group only nine months ago in a highly publicized campaign. The Britain-based ...
ISIS reenters Syrian city of PalmyraThe Hill
Islamic State fighters 're-enter ancient Palmyra' in SyriaBBC News
Syrians stream out of eastern Aleppo as fighting ragesWinona Daily News
STRATFOR -Daily Mail -The Independent -CBC.ca
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Channel NewsAsia

Istanbul Besiktas stadium hit by explosion
BBC News
At least one explosion has been heard outside Istanbul's Besiktas sports stadium, Turkish media and witnesses say. There are reports of several people wounded, in what appears to have been an attack on riot police. Ambulances and police were seen ...
Suspected car bomb wounds around 20 outside Istanbul football stadium: min...Reuters
Turkey: Two Blasts And Gunfire Reported In IstanbulSTRATFOR
Nearly 100 nativity sets from around the world fill homeBristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)
Haaretz -Mirror.co.uk -SBS
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Washington Post

Trump transition team for Energy Department seeks names of employees involved in climate meetings
Washington Post
Donald Trump's transition team has issued a list of 74 questions for the Energy Department, asking agency officials to identify which employees and contractors have worked on forging an international climate pact as well as domestic efforts to cut the ...
Climate Change Conversations Are Targeted in Questionnaire to Energy DepartmentNew York Times
Trump Transition Asks Energy Dept. Which Employees Work On Climate ChangeNPR
Hysteria breaking out among the warmists at the Department of EnergyAmerican Thinker (blog)
CNBC -The Hill (blog) -The Denver Post -Wall Street Journal
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Yahoo News

Syrian army tightens grip on Aleppo but IS back in Palmyra
Yahoo News
Aleppo (Syria) (AFP) - The Syrian army tightened its grip Saturday on rebels besieged in Aleppo along with thousands of civilians but suffered a setback as jihadists re-entered the ancient desert city of Palmyra. Air strikes pummelled the shrinking ...
Syrian Civil War: Assad Close to Aleppo VictoryNewsweek
Syria conflict: US urges 'grace' as Aleppo's fall nearsBBC News
Syria: Kerry, Diplomats Seek Help for Aleppo's OppositionNew York Times
Washington Post -Bloomberg -NBCNews.com -UPI.com
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Newsweek

Poll: Americans Skeptical Over Key Trump Agenda Items, Disapprove of Trump's Handling of Transition
ABC News
A new poll released by the Pew Research Center today indicates that a majority of Americans oppose any loosening of environmental regulations or a repeal of the Affordable Care Act, two of President-elect Donald Trump's campaign pledges. The survey ...
Trump's cabinet takes shape, and it looks like himYahoo News
The inconvenient matter of identity politicsmySanAntonio.com
The White House's claim that 800000 manufacturing jobs were added during Obama's presidencyWashington Post
Charlotte Observer -Bloomberg
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Wall Street Journal

Gambia's President-Elect Says Longtime Leader Jammeh Can't Demand New Vote
Wall Street Journal
DAKAR, Senegal—Gambia's president-elect said Saturday that the departing leader who now rejects his defeat has no constitutional authority to call for another election. President Yahya Jammeh surprise reversal late Friday was certain to spark outrage ...
Gambia's president-elect says loser Jammeh cannot reject pollsReuters
Gambia President-Elect Says Jammeh Has No Power to Cancel VoteBloomberg
The Gambian president's call to reject poll results is drawing global criticismQuartz
Voice of America -seattlepi.com -Daily Mail -Washington Blade
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Los Angeles Times

Veterans came to North Dakota to protest a pipeline. But they also found healing and forgiveness
Los Angeles Times
They had come to join Native American tribes and environmentalists protesting an oil pipeline, fully expecting to endure tear gas and rubber bullets. But in the end, veterans who traveled to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation found something far more ...
Here's the thing Standing Rock protesters did differently — and wonMic
Veteran Finds Forgiveness, Peace in Standing Rock FightNBCNews.com
Dakota Access pipeline court battle to linger into new yearBusiness Insider

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Channel NewsAsia

Italian president: We need a new government urgently
WHIO
Italian President Sergio Mattarella arrives to meet reporters at the Quirinale Palace in Rome, Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016. With a banking crisis adding urgency, Italy's president was wrapping up political consultations Saturday, including with Parliament ...
Liberal democracy is facing its worst crisis since the 1930sWashington Post
Opinion: Italian insurgents have the momentum if snap election is calledMarketWatch
From PM to PlayStation: Renzi retreats to plot comebackThe Local Italy

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