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20/12/2009 - 20:52

UK & USA Today Editoweb 20 December 2009

Missing 18-Month-Old Found Safe And Well - Rage beat Joe to Christmas number 1 - Rage Against The Machine beats "X Factor" to Xmas pop crown.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 20 December 2009
Missing 18-Month-Old Found Safe And Well

An 18-month-old girl who was taken from a police station by a mystery woman has been found safe and well.

Rage beat Joe to Christmas number 1

Rap metal act Rage Against The Machine have snatched the Christmas number one from X Factor winner Joe McElderry.

Rage Against The Machine beats "X Factor" to Xmas pop crown

U.S. rap-metal band Rage Against The Machine took the coveted Christmas number one in British pop charts on Sunday after an Internet campaign to keep the winner of the "X Factor" TV talent show from the top spot.

Freezing Weather Causes Travel Misery

Three people have died in a car crash in Kent as the freezing weather causes travel problems across the country.

Rage Top Xmas Chart After Web Campaign

Rage Against The Machine have snatched the Christmas number one from X Factor winner Joe McElderry.

Storm crawls into New England, leaving mess behind

A fierce weekend storm that dropped huge amounts of snow and stranded travelers up the coast from Virginia to New England turned out not to be as naughty as many had feared by Sunday — and its nicest accomplishment may simply be leaving many with the prospect of a very white Christmas.

GOP vows fight as White House defends health bill

The White House and its Senate allies defended a final push for historic health care legislation Sunday as outflanked Republicans pledged a fight to the end. A dead-of-night vote neared in a frenzy one GOP lawmaker said lacked "legislative sanity."

Maine to consider cell phone cancer warning

A Maine legislator wants to make the state the first to require cell phones to carry warnings that they can cause brain cancer, although there is no consensus among scientists that they do and industry leaders dispute the claim.

At 100, Boy Scouts say they're still `essential'

A fifth-generation Boy Scout, 11-year-old Brad Corr is steeped in all the lore and tradition: the Scout Oath and Scout Law, campcraft and community service, the daily doing of good deeds.

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