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Monday, December 10, 2012

Monday's Daily Brief: Homeless Rate Remains Steady, Obama and Boehner Discuss Fiscal Cliff

Monday, December 10, 2012
Obama, Boehner Discuss Fiscal Cliff At White House
EU Receives Nobel Peace Prize
'I Apologize To Our Fans'
Zucker To Shake Up Mornings?
LOOK: 12 Great Places To Retire Abroad In 2013
Mohamed A. El-Erian: What Television Frustration Says About Globalization
Expectations of a relaxing Sunday in front of the television watching football gave way to frustration and disappointment. In the process, I gained insights on the challenges facing G-20 officials when it comes to managing the global economy.
Dr. Peggy Drexler: On Raising Kids Who Seem to Have it All
As absurd as it might sound to many, it's not easy being a rich kid. Their parents tend to have high expectations. They think their money is their most notable quality. And so they learn to use it -- to buy affection, or friends.
Leo W. Gerard: Dethrone Filibuster King McConnell
Mitch McConnell, the minority leader of the U.S. Senate, has for six years wielded the filibuster as a weapon in his rebellion against a founding principle of the United States of America -- self-governance by majority rule. The majority must seize back control.
Gordon Brown: Inspired by Malala, We Must Make School Accessible to the World's Children
When Malala Yousafzai was targeted and shot by the Taliban simply for wanting to go to school, the whole world of education was changed forever. So long as there are children denied the chance of school, Malala will be the standard bearer for their rights.
Michelangelo Signorile: The Supreme Court and Gay Marriage: Fearing Fear Itself
It's an understatement to say there's some apprehension among many gays and lesbians about the Supreme Court's decision to take up the Prop 8 case. Is the fear warranted?