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NYPD cop killer shot girlfriend in Baltimore first
Baltimore officials warned NYPD of Ismaaiyl Brinsley after discovering his online threats, but their warning arrived too late
N. Korea: U.S. may face "serious" consequences over Sony hack
Response comes after U.S. blames dictatorship of Kim Jong Un for hacking that escalated to terrorist threats
Protesters: "Not the time" to change Cuba relations
Anti-Castro protesters demonstrate in opposition to Obama's plan to normalize relations with Cuba
The contaminated lab that produced lethal drugs
Fourteen people were arrested for producing drugs that caused a meningitis outbreak; Watch the "60 Minutes" report on how they let it happen
Cop shot and killed near Tampa Bay, Florida
Officials say the shooting occurred around 3 a.m. and that a suspect is in custody
NY police union blames mayor, protesters after deaths of NYPD officers
"There is blood on many hands," police union president says, starting "at the steps of City Hall, in the office of the mayor"
Rally against police violence forces partial Mall of America shutdown
Chanting "No justice, no shopping," thousands of protesters force management to close parts of mall during last-minute holiday shopping
?Muhammad Ali hospitalized with pneumonia
A spokesman for the 72-year-old former heavyweight boxing champion calls his prognosis "good"
Photos of the Week
The most compelling images from the news for the week of Dec. 13 to Dec. 19, 2014
Boko Haram releases video of apparent civilian massacre
Nigerian extremists seen in video with so many corpses gunman have trouble reaching bodies still twitching with life
U.S. sends some Gitmo detainees back to Afghanistan
4 Afghans from detention facility returned to home country as end of U.S. combat operations nears
New video shows Ray Rice, fiancee after punch
Newly released video shows what happened after former Baltimore Ravens running back hit then-fiancee in casino elevator
Uber probes driver for allegedly trying to kiss singer
Singer-songwriter tweets driver with ride-sharing service "tried to grab and kiss on me" in her driveway
Storms could slow down Christmas travel
Millions of people will be on the road this week, and some storms are possible. Meteorologist Ed Curran of CBS Station WBBM TV in Chicago has his eye on it.
Obama's fast and loose press conference
John Dickerson: The president is headed to Hawaii, but at his year-end press conference on Friday, it felt like he was already on vacation
Flu outbreak spreading rapidly in U.S.
The CDC says flu is widespread in more than half the country, and this year's vaccine isn't providing enough protection
Inside Jacques Torres' new huge chocolate factory
Despite the holiday rush, Torres, also known as Mr. Chocolate, lives out his dream in his new 4,000-square-foot Brooklyn facility
Florida golfer Gus Andreone, 103, scores a hole in one
PGA says Andreone is likely the oldest golfer ever to hit an ace; he says it's his eighth since 1939, and he wants another
?Pioneering TV director Larry Auerbach dies at 91
An Emmy winner from the Golden Age of television, he directed such long-running soaps as "Love of Life," "One Life to Live" and "All My Children"
Exotic animals becoming new must-have at weddings
Animals becoming popular for couples seeking that "wow" moment at their wedding, despite growing controversy