Archive for December, 2013


Security is becoming a major concern in Russia after two deadly bombings in Volgograd. CBS News Correspondent Vicki Barker has today’s Reporter’s Notebook. via Pocket https://soundcloud.com/cbs-radio-news/best-of-cbs-radio-news-russian
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Nightmare train derailment in North Dakota. Upbeat hospital statement for racing legend Michael Schumacher. Tonsillectomy coma teen still on life support. Big changes for the military in the new year. The 2014 countdown — already into next year on the other side of the world. via Pocket https://soundcloud.com/cbs-radio-news/world-news-roundup-133

Nightmare train derailment in North Dakota. Upbeat hospital statement for racing legend Michael Schumacher. Tonsillectomy coma teen still on life support. Big changes for the military in the new year. The 2014 countdown — already into next year on the other side of the world. via Pocket https://soundcloud.com/cbs-radio-news/world-news-roundup-132

(CNN) — You’ve probably heard this one before: Little guy gets too close to a trademark held by a big company. Big company threatens legal action. Little guy backs off. via Pocket http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/31/living/starbucks-frappicino-beer/index.html

There’s a fundamental flaw with lots of financial advice: it assumes you have money. For some people, post-bills income just doesn’t exist (and that number is only growing). So, when hard times make a 401(k) a non-option, you just can’t follow all the advice you get. via Pocket http://lifehacker.com/the-financial-advice-im-glad-i-ignored-when-i-was-brok-1492198947

What words have been used, and OVER-used in 2013? CBS News Correspondent says the annual list is out. He explains in this edition of WHAT’S IN THE NEWS. via Pocket https://soundcloud.com/cbs-radio-news/whats-in-the-news-banished

Tonight on Ground Zero, 2013 has been one interesting year. The Desolation of Miley Cyrus, Obamacare, government shutdowns, and narrow minded reality TV stars. via Pocket https://soundcloud.com/groundzeromedia/reverse-pathocracy-2013-the

CBS’s Steve Kathan looks at new reports on TV and movie violence in today’s edition of “What’s in the News”. via Pocket https://soundcloud.com/cbs-radio-news/whats-in-the-news-violence-1

Major tech companies want Congress to reform internet surveillance. Snow and ice make for a tough commute in the east. President Obama heads to South Africa for mandela memorial. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today’s World News Roundup. via Pocket https://soundcloud.com/cbs-radio-news/world-news-roundup-12-09-1

Two terrorist attacks in Russia are raising concerns among U.S. officials about security at the Winter Olympics in February. Here’s today’s EYE ON WASHINGTON. (Arenstein, self-ID) via Pocket https://soundcloud.com/cbs-radio-news/eye-on-washington-146
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