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Obama Is Probably Not Getting a Holiday Card from Sony—THE EDGE

President Obama said Sony made a mistake pulling The Interview from theaters. The FBI pinned the blame on North Korea for the hacks. And the spy that Cuba released as a part of...

A New Years' Resolution for the White House Fence: Get Big—THE EDGE

Among other suggestions to improve security, an independent panel said the Secret Service should build a bigger fence around the White House. The White House drafted new climat...

Is Sony the New Target?—THE EDGE

The U.S. announced it would move to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba after half a century of isolation. Alan Gross, the man who spent the last five years in a Cuban priso...

We’re Actively Exploring How to Get You to Open This Email—THE EDGE

Another Bush is actively exploring making a run for the White House, which prompted many people to actively explore other things. Pakistan responded to a mass shooting in a sch...

Gun Violence in Pa. Follows 2nd Newtown Shooting Anniversary—THE EDGE

President Obama will sign the spending bill that will keep the government alive for another year. A hostage situation in downtown Sydney, Australia, resulted in the deaths of t...

Congress Sees Its Shadow—THE EDGE

Congress will fund the government for another year. Supreme Court Justice Scalia shares his thoughts on torture. A federal agency wants the former governor of Virginia to spend...

Cromnibusted?—THE EDGE

Congress is still fighting over a bill to fund the government. The director of the CIA said the Senate report released Tuesday is "flawed." More prisoners have been transferred...

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