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Hoda Kotb Takes Over as Co-Anchor of NBC’s ‘Today’ Show

Hoda Kotb Takes Over as Co-Anchor of NBC’s ‘Today’ Show

NBC has named Hoda Kotb as co-anchor of the “Today” show following the firing of longtime co-anchor Matt Lauer, the network said Tuesday.

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Why Oklahoma Has The Most Women Per Capita in Prison

Why Oklahoma Has The Most Women Per Capita in Prison

Oklahoma incarcerates far more women per capita than any other state. Voters there recently passed two measures aimed at reducing the number by making certain low-level crimes punishable by treatment instead of jail time.

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Khamenei Blames Iran’s ‘Enemies’ for Protests

Khamenei Blames Iran’s ‘Enemies’ for Protests

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Tuesday blamed Iran’s enemies for the wave of unrest sweeping the country, his first comments since the biggest protests in nearly a decade broke out last week.

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BP Takes $1.5 Billion Charge Related to U.S. Tax Overhaul

BP Takes $1.5 Billion Charge Related to U.S. Tax Overhaul

BP is joining a host of companies whose earnings will be dented by the U.S. tax overhaul, saying it would suffer a roughly $1.5 billion accounting charge in the fourth quarter because of the legislation.

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Eurozone manufacturing sector growth hits record

Eurozone manufacturing sector growth hits record

PMI in December points to ‘sizzling’ official data in coming months

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Moderate Democrats Get a Boost as Doug Jones Joins the Senate

Moderate Democrats Get a Boost as Doug Jones Joins the Senate

Democrat Doug Jones will be sworn in Wednesday as Alabama’s newest senator, bolstering his party’s moderate wing and raising the prospect of growing philosophical divides among Senate Democrats.

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Dairy Producers, Farmers Struggle With Organic-Milk Oversupply

Dairy Producers, Farmers Struggle With Organic-Milk Oversupply

Organic-milk sales have cooled as the shoppers who drove demand move on to newer alternatives, forcing dairy producers to cut capacity or turn the milk it into cheese or other products.

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Islamic State Returns to Guerrilla Warfare in Iraq and Syria

Islamic State Returns to Guerrilla Warfare in Iraq and Syria

Despite Syrian and Iraqi claims of victory, thousands of holed-up Islamic State militants have mounted a number of recent guerrilla-style attacks on civilians and military forces, according to the U.S.-led coalition and others.

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EU Competition Chief Tracks How Companies Use ‘Big Data’

EU Competition Chief Tracks How Companies Use ‘Big Data’

The European Union’s competition chief is zeroing in on how companies use so-called big data, or enormous computer files of customer records and other information. The move diverges starkly from a hands-off approach in the U.S.

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Putin considers ‘cryptorouble’ as Moscow seeks to evade sanctions

Putin considers ‘cryptorouble’ as Moscow seeks to evade sanctions

Russian leader orders officials to devise framework for establishing digital currency

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Alabama Smothers Clemson to Advance to Title Game

Alabama Smothers Clemson to Advance to Title Game

Alabama’s 24-6 win over top seed Clemson in Monday’s College Football Playoff semifinal was something entirely different from the two teams’ fast-paced thriller a year ago: the slowest of bleeds.

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South Korea to the North: Let’s Talk, It’s Been a While

South Korea to the North: Let’s Talk, It’s Been a While

Seoul’s Unification Minister on Tuesday proposed talks with North Korea over its possible involvement in next month’s Winter Olympics in South Korea—and Pyongyang’s nuclear program.

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Seoul Seizes Second Ship Suspected of Transferring Oil to North Korea

Seoul Seizes Second Ship Suspected of Transferring Oil to North Korea

South Korean authorities detained another ship suspected of transferring oil to North Korea in violation of U.N. sanctions, three Seoul government officials said Tuesday.

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