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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., the son of Cuban immigrants, prepares for a news conference where he expressed his disappointment in President Barack Obama's initiative to normalize relations between the US and Cuba, Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, on Capitol Hill in Washington.  (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
First Bush, then Cuba: Rubio rides political waveFlorida's Marco Rubio has ride like no other this week as GOP's 2016 campaign gets underway
The Associated Press26 minutes ago
In this Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014 photo provided by Mike Lewis, firefighters attend to a victim after a driver suspected of being intoxicated hit a group of pedestrians outside a church as a Christmas service ended in the Los Angeles suburb of Redondo Beach, Calif. Three people were killed and several others were injured including five children, police said. Margo Bronstein, 56, was arrested after the crash Wednesday night on suspicion of driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter, Redondo Beach police Lt. Shawn Freeman said. (AP Photo/Mike Lewis)
'Pretty horrible' scene; car slams into crowdWitness: 'Bodies started flying' after car slams into crowd leaving California church; 3 dead
The Associated Press30 minutes ago
Sides 'far apart' in West Coast port negotiations2 sides remain 'far apart' nearly 6 months after West Coast dockworkers' contract expired
The Associated Press30 minutes ago
File- This Dec. 10, 2012, file photo shows President Barack Obama gesturing as he speaks to workers about the economy during a visit to Daimler Detroit Diesel in Redford, Mich. With a recent streak of activism, President Obama is shaking up the governing status quo and creating a new normal for his successors. From immigration to Internet access, from climate change to now Cuba, Obama is laying down a foundation that while fragile and subject to change is defining how he enters the final two years of his presidency and what he leaves for the next White House occupant. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
A post-election flurry: Obama tests his powersIn a post-election flurry, Obama testing his powers and setting an activist course
The Associated Press34 minutes ago
Media outlets from all over the world cover a smattering of protesters in the Little Havana area of Miami, Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014. American Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison after five years Wednesday, a surprise move that could pave the way for a major shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island nation, senior Obama administration officials said. Gross, 65, was on an American government plane bound for the U.S. Wednesday morning after being released on humanitarian grounds by the Cuban government at the request of the Obama administration. As part of the secret negotiations to secure his release, the U.S. was releasing three Cuban jailed in Florida for spying. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
Think Cuban-Americans all think alike? Think againObama's Cuba overtures expose generational divides, internal conflicts among Cuban-Americans
The Associated Press36 minutes ago
FILE - In this Feb. 6, 2013 file photo, a cleaner walks through the Fashion Week venue at New York's Lincoln Center. The city of New York and Lincoln Center is evicting the invitation-only, twice-yearly Fashion Week in a court spat over destroyed trees and displaced park benches. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
New York Fashion Week booted out of Lincoln CenterNew York Fashion Week booted from Lincoln Center in court spat over public access to park land
The Associated Press36 minutes ago
FILE - In this March 2, 2013, file photo, West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck watches a women's NCAA college basketball game between Baylor and West Virginia at WVU Coliseum in Morgantown, W.Va. A person with direct knowledge of the hiring tells The Associated Press that West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck is joining the NCAA to take a high-ranking position on President Mark Emmert's staff. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, because an announcement was being prepared by the NCAA. (AP Photo/David Smith, File)
NCAA executive backs athlete image compensationNew NCAA executive Luck sticking to stance about compensating athletes for use of likenesses
The Associated Press37 minutes ago
A poster for the movie "The Interview" lays on the ground after being pulled from a display case by a worker at a Carmike Cinemas movie theater, Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, in Atlanta.  Georgia-based Carmike Cinemas has decided to cancel its planned showings of "The Interview" in the wake of threats against theatergoers by the Sony hackers. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Will artists skip studio support after Sony scandal?What's the creative fallout from the Sony scandal? Can Hollywood overcome self-censorship?
The Associated Press37 minutes ago
FILE - In this Dec. 2, 2014 file photo, cars enter Sony Pictures Entertainment headquarters in Culver City, Calif. Companies across the globe are on high alert to tighten up network security to avoid being the next company brought to its knees by hackers like those that executed the dramatic cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment. The hack, which a U.S. official has said investigators believe is linked to North Korea, culminated in the cancellation of a Sony film, "The Interview," and ultimately could cost the movie studio hundreds of millions of dollars.  (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)
Sony hacking fallout puts all companies on alertCompanies on high alert as Sony hacking puts focus on corporate cybersecurity flaws
The Associated Press38 minutes ago
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