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For December 12, 2012 – Oregon mall shooting leaves 3 dead, U.S. may push sanctions for North Korea after rocket launch and former NFL commissioner rescinds player punishments in bounty case...
• Oregon mall shooting leaves 3 dead: "Witnesses say at least 20 shots were fired Tuesday inside the mall, about 11 miles southeast of Portland, Oregon. By the end of the rampage, three people lay dead, including the gunman from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. One young woman remains hospitalized."
• U.S. may push sanctions for North Korea after rocket launch: "The United States will push for a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning North Korea for launching a rocket Wednesday, senior administration officials told CNN."
• Barack Obama and John Boehner talk about GOP offer as fiscal cliff nears: "House Speaker John Boehner and President Barack Obama spoke on the phone Tuesday evening after House Republican leaders sent a new offer on a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff on Tuesday."
• U.S. oil prices could sink to $50: "U.S. oil prices could sink to $50 a barrel at some point over the next two years, according to analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch."
• Former NFL commissioner rescinds player punishments in bounty case: "Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue has rescinded punishments against players in the New Orleans Saints bounty case, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Tuesday on Twitter."