China Holds Up Climate Change Negotiations; Earth Literally Burns

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  • Afghan President Hamid Karzai is furious on the outside, feelings-hurt on the inside that the US and the UN considered just cold replacing him with someone else during the fraudulent election of his own design a few months back. [New York Times]
  • Citigroup will not foreclose or evict anything or anything for the next 30 days so that people can buy each other houses for secret Santa circles. [AP]
  • China is not being very transparent, in fact rather opaque, about climate change legislation. Possibly they might not even be prioritizing cutting carbon emissions. [Washington Post]
  • Nidal Hasan has been released from the ICU and moved to a different army hospital. He is paralyzed from the waist down, and will undergo physical therapy and hopefully therapy therapy. [CNN]
  • One of the most important drug lords in Mexico—he called himself "The Boss of Bosses"—was killed in a shoot-out yesterday. Bruce Springsteen, for one, is thrilled. [WSJ]
  • Meet your new Bank of America CEO, this Brian Moynihan fellow. [Reuters]
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