- In the wake of Super Typhoon Bopha, the Philippines are still assessing the massive damage from flooding and wind that killed over 300 last weekend.
- Canadian immigration officials are touting the end of a Romanian human smuggling ring and the arrests of dozens of people in connection.
- President Obama becomes the first US President to meet with native tribal leaders every year of his term, but many tribal leaders are worried about domestic spending cuts.
- Citigroup's 11,000 job cuts announced this week brings the total in the financial sector to more than 300,000 lost jobs in two years, and more cuts are expected.
- A rare unanimous vote in the House, 397-0, comes as lawmakers adamantly oppose UN efforts to regulate the internet.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Posted by Zandar