This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal
How Crude Oil's Collapse Unfolded12/25/14
--Merry Christmas-- How crude oil's collapse unfolded, spreading holiday cheer when you're down and what you need to know about gift returns.
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FDA to Lift Lifetime Ban on Blood Donations for Gay Men, U.S. Economy Posts Strongest Growth in More Than a Decade and Humbugs: Christmas Trees May Be Trimmed With 'Hitchhikers'
#NYPD and Mayor De Blasio Postpone Debate
North Korea's internet goes dark, Army refers Bergdahl investigation to four-star General for potential court martial and the top-rated places to stay, eat and play in Cuba.
North Korea Claims 'Counteraction' against U.S.
Killings of NYPD Officers Sparks Backlash to Protests, U.S. Spy in Havana Exposed American Moles and Tech-Savvy Tots Talk to Cyber Santa.
With Big Moves, Obama Shakes Off Midterm Thrashing
President Obama shakes off midterm thrashing, new drugs to help battle alcoholism and holiday travel tips.
Will U.S. Respond to Sony Hacking
U.S. struggles for response to Sony hack, a panel finds deep problems at Secret Service and how veterans stay resilient during the holiday season.
U.S. Restores Cuba Ties in Historic Deal
Sony Pulls Korea Film 'The Interview,' U.S. restores Cuba ties in historic deal and why nobody RSVP's anymore.
Why Taliban Militants Attacked a School
A look inside the mindset of the Taliban, a new poll finds Americans mood on the economy brightens and toys to make your children smarter.
Sydney Cafe Gunman Had History of Rage
Gunman behind Sydney cafe siege had history of rage, Taliban militants stormed a military-run school in northwestern Pakistan and we talk with Duke's Coach K.
Sydney Cafe Siege Sparks Terror Fears
Sydney cafe siege sparks terror fears, why cheap oil complicates investing and secrets to finding the best parking spot.
Cheaper Gasoline Fuels Retail Hopes
Cheaper gasoline fuels retail hopes, tips for a safer home during the holidays and vinyl records are making a comeback.
CIA Chief Defends Agency
CIA Chief agrees some methods were 'abhorrent,' but defends agency, House passes $1.1 trillion spending bill ahead of midnight deadline and west coast gets slammed by storm.
Battle Rages Over Senate Report on CIA
Battle rages over Senate report on CIA interrogation techniques, Democrats raise concerns over spending bill and will the middle-class benefit from lower gas prices.
Senate Report Rips CIA Interrogation Tactics
Senate report says CIA lied about ineffective interrogation tactics, MIT Economist apologized before Congress and athletes who train with soda.
Republicans Lash Out Due To Release of CIA Report
Top Republicans lash out ahead of release of CIA report, in a year of setbacks for Obama, low oil prices bring hope, and best and worst free swag at the 2014-15 college football bowl games.
A look at what went wrong in Yemen?
A look at what went wrong in Yemen, protests spread across the country and things grocery stores won't tell you.
Hotline to Help Homeless Veterans Falls Short
Hotline to help homeless veterans falls short, decline in church-building reflects changed tastes and times and tips for car buying this holiday season.
Police Move to Revamp Tactics
Police move to revamp tactics, Justice Department finds Cleveland police use excessive force and small toy Shops play up the perks.
Grand Jury Declines Indictment in Chocking Death
Grand Jury declines indictment of NYC police officer won't face criminal charges in Eric Garner death, state sue over President Obama's immigration plan and tipping rules for the holidays.
Hundreds of Police Killings Go Uncounted
Hundreds of police killings are uncounted in federal stats, body cameras put new pressure on police and how older or injured athletes make exercise work.
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