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In his weekly radio address, President Barack Obama said Democrats and Republicans need to agree on a debt reduction plan while keeping tax rates low for the middle class — and he believes Congress can do this before the end-of-the-year deadline. According to WDIV, the president is...

“...asking the Senate to vote on a basic package if they cannot reach a deal on the fiscal cliff. That basic package would include extending unemployment benefits and also extending the Bush era tax cuts.”

The six alleged attackers in the India gang rape case were charged with murder on Saturday, hours after the woman who was raped and beaten on a bus in New Delhi nearly two weeks ago died in a Singapore hospital. The BBC reports:

“The police are appealing for calm as crowds gathered on the streets of Delhi to after the death of the medical student was gang raped was 3 weeks ago. Six people have now been charged with murder. Her body will be returned to India today.”

A six-year-old survivor of the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre is suing the state of Connecticut for $100 million for traumatization and failure to protect her adequately. NECN has more.

Pinsky: “She really suffered through the horrors of listening to this”
Reporter: “And thats the main reason why New Haven attorney Irv Pinsky is taking the first steps to file a lawsuit against the state.”
Pinsky: “They didn’t protect her or them and they could have.”

New York City police have identified the man killed after being shoved in front of a subway train by an unidentified woman. News 12 Long Island has the details

“Investigators say 46-year-old Sunando Sen was from India - and lived alone in queens. Police are now searching homeless shelters and psychiatric units for the female suspect. It's the second deadly subway push this month.”

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Top Headlines: Obama Urges 'Fiscal Cliff' Compromise

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Dec 29, 2012

Top Headlines: Obama Urges 'Fiscal Cliff' Compromise

(Image Source: L.A. Times)

BY CHARESSE JAMES
Anchor Zach Toombs


Here’s a look at your top news headlines from Newsy.

In his weekly radio address, President Barack Obama said Democrats and Republicans need to agree on a debt reduction plan while keeping tax rates low for the middle class — and he believes Congress can do this before the end-of-the-year deadline. According to WDIV, the president is...

“...asking the Senate to vote on a basic package if they cannot reach a deal on the fiscal cliff. That basic package would include extending unemployment benefits and also extending the Bush era tax cuts.”

The six alleged attackers in the India gang rape case were charged with murder on Saturday, hours after the woman who was raped and beaten on a bus in New Delhi nearly two weeks ago died in a Singapore hospital. The BBC reports:

“The police are appealing for calm as crowds gathered on the streets of Delhi to after the death of the medical student was gang raped was 3 weeks ago. Six people have now been charged with murder. Her body will be returned to India today.”

A six-year-old survivor of the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre is suing the state of Connecticut for $100 million for traumatization and failure to protect her adequately. NECN has more.

Pinsky: “She really suffered through the horrors of listening to this”
Reporter: “And thats the main reason why New Haven attorney Irv Pinsky is taking the first steps to file a lawsuit against the state.”
Pinsky: “They didn’t protect her or them and they could have.”

New York City police have identified the man killed after being shoved in front of a subway train by an unidentified woman. News 12 Long Island has the details

“Investigators say 46-year-old Sunando Sen was from India - and lived alone in queens. Police are now searching homeless shelters and psychiatric units for the female suspect. It's the second deadly subway push this month.”

Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Zach Toombs, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.

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