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  1. Tsunami of 2004 Fast Facts

    CNN.com5 hours ago

    On December 26, 2004, an earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 9.1 struck the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. Material losses in the Indian Ocean region were $10 billion. Tsunamis ...

  2. Today In History, Dec. 7: Pearl Harbor

    The Bismarck Tribune6 days ago

    Today is Thursday, Dec. 7.

  3. A 64-year-old motorcyclist who crashed into a guard rail in Haiku Monday night died at the scene, according to Maui police.

  4. KUALA LUMPUR: A moderate 5.5-magnitude earthquake struck southern Sumatra, Indonesia at 11.16pm Thursday (Dec 7), the Malaysian Meteorological Department said.

  5. In 1787, Delaware became the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. In 1909, Leo Baekeland patented the process for making Bakelite, giving birth to the modern plastics industry. In 1931 ...

  6. Clyde & Co has formed an association in New Zealand with Auckland insurance litigation boutique Fee Langstone. Fee Langstone, which is led by co-founding partners Philippa Fee and Craig Langstone ...

  7. Clyde & Co has formed an association in New Zealand with Auckland-based insurance litigation boutique Fee Langstone. The two firms will enter into a “best friends” relationship in which they ...

  8. A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck Indonesia's Aceh Province, killing more than 100 people. NBC broadcast a live, three-hour production of the musical "Hairspray." Today's birthdays ...

  9. Typhoon Damrey made landfall in Vietnam during November as a Category 2 strength storm, bringing estimated economic damages of VND22.1 trillion (US$1.0 billion) – a rare billion-dollar event ...

  10. Around the holidays, a sprig of mistletoe over a doorway is festive and romantic. But mistletoe has a sinister side: The parasitic plant can sometimes kill the very tree it depends on for food ...

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