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For November 28, 2012 – Twin car bombs kill dozens in Syria, Barack Obama takes his fiscal cliff plan to the people and you, win the $500M Powerball jackpot? It's not happening...
• Twin car bombs kill dozens in Syria: "Two car bombs exploded in a loyalist town near Damascus on Wednesday, killing dozens and leaving a trail of destruction near the Syrian capital, state media reported."
• Barack Obama takes his fiscal cliff plan to the people: "It helped get him re-elected, so President Barack Obama is again employing campaign-style tactics to increase pressure on congressional Republicans to compromise to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff."
• Senators 'troubled' after Rice meeting: "Republican lawmakers said Tuesday their meeting with Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, and the acting CIA director left them with more unanswered questions about her remarks following the September 11, 2012 attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that left four Americans dead."
• U.S. stocks keeps eyes on the fiscal cliff: "U.S. stock futures were modestly lower Wednesday, as investors remain on edge over the contentious fiscal cliff negotiations."
• You, win the $500M Powerball jackpot? It's not happening: "Last March, when the people of America were drooling at the thought of winning a record $656 million Mega Millions jackpot, we poured an icy bucket of mathematical reality over your head: You weren't going to win."
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