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  Peppermint Snowflake Cookies: Annie Overboe

Peppermint Snowflake Cookies

Updated: 12/6/2011 09:36 AM

  Harry Bosch tackles two tough cases in “The Drop,” another stellar effort from author Michael Connelly. Bosch works in the LAPD's Open-Unsolved Unit. One case he's working on involves the murder of a young woman in 1989. The second...

Fans of crime fiction will enjoy Connelly's ‘Drop'

Updated: 12/6/2011 09:11 AM

  A newly discovered planet is eerily similar to Earth and is sitting outside Earth's solar system in what seems to be the ideal place for life, except for one hitch. It is a bit too big.

Planet in sweet spot of Goldilocks zone for life

Updated: 12/6/2011 09:30 AM

  A suicide bomber struck a crowd of Shiite worshippers at a mosque in Kabul on Tuesday, killing at least 55 people in the deadliest of two attacks on a Shiite holy day — the first major sectarian assaults since the fall of the Taliban a decade...

Nearly 60 killed in rare attacks on Afghan Shiites

Updated: 12/6/2011 07:27 AM

  President Barack Obama delivered a sweeping indictment of economic inequality in the U.S. on Tuesday as he summoned the memory of President Theodore Roosevelt and pledged to fight for fairness at a "make or break moment for the middle class."

Obama sees 'make or break' time for middle class

Updated: 12/6/2011 01:17 PM

  Massachusetts will open hundreds of boxes of documents from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's term as governor that have long been locked away from public viewing, the state said Tuesday.

Massachusetts opens long-hidden Romney archives

Updated: 12/6/2011 01:14 PM

  Burglars stole a generator out of the bed of a 2000 Ford F150 pickup truck on the 900 block of North Walnut in Arlington Heights between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Dec. 2 while the victim was doing construction work at that address. Value was estimated at...

Northwest suburbs in 60 seconds

Updated: 12/6/2011 09:51 AM

  MOSCOW — Thousands of police and Interior Ministry troops patrolled central Moscow on Tuesday, an apparent attempt to deter any further protests day after a rally against vote fraud and corruption caught Russian authorities by surprise.

Troops, police patrol Moscow after protests

Updated: 12/6/2011 09:22 AM

  CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia coal mine blast that killed 29 men has yielded a wide-ranging and historic $210 million settlement proposal to compensate victims' families, pay fines and improve underground safety in response to the...

W.Va. mine disaster yields $210M agreement

Updated: 12/6/2011 09:22 AM

  WASHINGTON — A senior Obama administration official says the United States is sending its top envoy to Syria back to Damascus after recalling him Oct. 22 amid worsening violence.

Obama sending Syrian ambassador back to Damascus

Updated: 12/6/2011 09:21 AM

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