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BY CHARESSE JAMES
Anchor Logan Tittle


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

It’s Thanksgiving; and in his weekly address, President Obama asked Americans to keep those who are still dealing with the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy in their thoughts as they celebrate. Here’s News 12 Long Island with his statement.

“It’s also a time to remember those who are less fortunate and this year that’s certainly true for our neighbors in the Northeast, who lost their homes, possessions and even their loved ones.”

With many Walmart stores beginning their Black Friday sales earlier than ever before, employees who threatened to strike around the country are making good on their promise. Here’s WRGT.

“The protest is part of a nationwide pressure into paying Walmart workers more and providing better benefits. Employees say they will walk off the job on Black Friday. Walmart says it will be business as usual.”

European leaders have gathered in Brussels to negotiate the EU’s multi-million euro, long-term budget. The BBC explains.

“27 countries have to come an agreement over the next days with some nations supporting a proposed 5 percent increase …  Several key players though, Brittain among them and the Neatherlands as well, want a spending freeze.”

And in the Middle East, a ceasefire agreement between Hamas and Israel appears to be holding up. Here’s NBC.

“The displaced are now going back to their homes. … There is a sense that life here is about to go back to normal after eight very long and painstaking days. The question now on everyone’s mind is whether this is going to last.”

Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, Logan Tittle, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.

Top Headlines: Remembering Sandy Victims This Thanksgiving

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Nov 22, 2012

Top Headlines: Remembering Sandy Victims This Thanksgiving



(Image source: New York Magazine)

BY CHARESSE JAMES
Anchor Logan Tittle


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

It’s Thanksgiving; and in his weekly address, President Obama asked Americans to keep those who are still dealing with the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy in their thoughts as they celebrate. Here’s News 12 Long Island with his statement.

“It’s also a time to remember those who are less fortunate and this year that’s certainly true for our neighbors in the Northeast, who lost their homes, possessions and even their loved ones.”

With many Walmart stores beginning their Black Friday sales earlier than ever before, employees who threatened to strike around the country are making good on their promise. Here’s WRGT.

“The protest is part of a nationwide pressure into paying Walmart workers more and providing better benefits. Employees say they will walk off the job on Black Friday. Walmart says it will be business as usual.”

European leaders have gathered in Brussels to negotiate the EU’s multi-million euro, long-term budget. The BBC explains.

“27 countries have to come an agreement over the next days with some nations supporting a proposed 5 percent increase …  Several key players though, Brittain among them and the Neatherlands as well, want a spending freeze.”

And in the Middle East, a ceasefire agreement between Hamas and Israel appears to be holding up. Here’s NBC.

“The displaced are now going back to their homes. … There is a sense that life here is about to go back to normal after eight very long and painstaking days. The question now on everyone’s mind is whether this is going to last.”

Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, Logan Tittle, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.

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