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Atlanta's Plaza Theatre to show 'The Interview' on Christmas Day

Atlanta's Plaza Theatre to show 'The Interview' on Christmas Day

Atlanta, GA (WGCL) -- The Plaza Theatre has announced they will be showing "The Interview" on Christmas Day. The theater will be one of the few in the nation to open the film.
Radio star Casey Kasem buried in Norway

Radio star Casey Kasem buried in Norway

Six months after his death, radio personality Casey Kasem has finally found a resting place.
Suicide bomber kills dozens in town near Baghdad

Suicide bomber kills dozens in town near Baghdad

A suicide bomber killed 38 people and wounded dozens more in a town near Baghdad on Wednesday, police said.
Officer fatally shoots armed man in town near Ferguson, Missouri

Officer fatally shoots armed man in town near Ferguson, Missouri

A police officer shot and killed an armed man late Tuesday in Berkeley, Missouri, said St. Louis County police spokesman Brian Schellman.
DA: Guns smuggled on planes in Atlanta an 'egregious' security breach

DA: Guns smuggled on planes in Atlanta an 'egregious' security breach

The breakup of a gun smuggling ring allegedly involving a current and former Delta Air Lines employee has exposed what a New York prosecutor described as an "egregious breach of security" at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Ai
U.S. pays Alan Gross $3.2 million in settlement

U.S. pays Alan Gross $3.2 million in settlement

The U.S. Agency for International Development has paid Alan Gross $3.2 million, settling a claim over the former contractor freed last week by Cuba after five years in prison, a spokesman for the federal agency tells CNN.
The end of $100 a barrel oil

The end of $100 a barrel oil

  The days of $100 a barrel oil may be a thing of the past, according to the Saudi oil minister If true, that could also eliminate the threat of $3 a gallon gas.
Dow hits 18,000 for first time ever

Dow hits 18,000 for first time ever

 New Year's Eve is still more than a week away, but investors can bust out the bubbly now.
Sony will release 'The Interview' at limited number of theaters on Christmas

Sony will release 'The Interview' at limited number of theaters on Christmas

  "The Interview" is not over, after all. Despite threats from hackers, Sony Pictures is making the controversial Seth Rogen comedy available at a limited number of theaters starting on Christmas.
Everybody rallied to pay off this family's $200,000 in debt

Everybody rallied to pay off this family's $200,000 in debt

 Nothing can take away the pain of losing a daughter. But the Mason family says it finally sees some light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to their financial problems.
Play is verbatim D.C. sex scandals

Play is verbatim D.C. sex scandals

 Mark Twain first told us that truth can be stranger than fiction, which is of course true. But in this instance, it's funnier, too.
With Internet still spotty, how might North Korea respond?

With Internet still spotty, how might North Korea respond?

 North Koreans' ability to surf the Internet -- for the few in the isolated nation who could ever really go online anyway -- is rockier than ever.
FDA plan: Gay men who abstain from sex may be allowed to give blood

FDA plan: Gay men who abstain from sex may be allowed to give blood

Gay men who've abstained from sex for one year would be able to donate blood in 2015, ending a lifetime ban for the gay community, under a proposed FDA policy change unveiled Tuesday.

Man has eggnog near drowning

Some silly holiday party antics nearly turned tragic for one Utah resident. But the antics didn't involve alcohol . . . It involved eggnog.
6.4 million enroll in Obamacare

6.4 million enroll in Obamacare

Some 6.4 million Americans have signed up for Obamacare coverage for 2015, though millions of them were automatically renewed into their existing policies.