December 25, 2014, 12:08 am

ISIS captures Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh flying for U.S.-led coalition

CNN - By : Staff Reporting

For the first time since a United States-led international coalition began airstrikes against the extremist group ISIS, a coalition pilot has been captured.

The F-16 pilot is Moaz al-Kasasbeh, a member of Jordan's military, according to his uncle, retired Jordanian Maj. Gen. Fahd al-Kasasbeh. Referen...

41st President George H.W. Bush hospitalized as precaution

CNN - By : Staff Reporting

Former President George H. W. Bush has been taken to a hospital as a precautionary measure after experiencing shortness of breath, according to a statement from his office.

Bush, 90, served as the nation's 41st President and is the fath...

Can a felon serve in Congress? Michael Grimm will test House, Bio-Wiki

CNN - By : Staff Reporting

After pleading guilty to a judge Tuesday on a felony tax evasion charge, New York Rep. Michael Grimm pledged to reporters he would also stay in Congress.

Grimm pled guilty in court to one count of tax evasion and was set to submit to a ...

NYC mayor: Put aside protests after officer deaths

USA Today - By : John Bacon

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio sought to cool the heated controversy swirling around the fatal shootings of two police officers, calling Monday for New Yorkers to "put aside protests" and focus on the families of the fallen patrolmen.<...

Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund Surges 50%

Forbes - By : Staff Reporting

Thomas J. Herzfeld has been waiting over two decades for the U.S. government to normalize trade relations with Cuba, after isolating the Communist country 90 miles offshore from Florida for over a half century.

A closed-end fund Herzfeld manages called the Nasdaq-listed Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund (ticker: CUBA) surged as much as 50% to seven-year highs on Wednesday ... - Referenced Article

U.S. set to blame North Korea for Sony hack

CNN Money - By : Staff Reporting

U.S. investigators say an announcement pinning the blame on hackers working for the Pyongyang regime could come as soon as Thursday.

Because of the North Korean regime's tight control of the Internet in the reclusive country, U.S. officials believe the hack was ordered directly by the country's leadership. - Referenced Article

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