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WASHINGTON (AP) — Israel's U.N. ambassador says a Security Council anti-settlement resolution passed last week was an act against Israel, despite Secretary of State John Kerry's claims to the contrary today. Ambassador Danny Danon says the U.S. worked with Palestinian officials to advance a one-sided resolution against Israel . The Obama administration denies it. Kerry says the U.S. was standing up for a two-state solution when it abstained from the vote.
PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump is planning to write his inaugural address himself and is drawing inspiration from Presidents Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy. That's according to a person who spoke with him at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida where he's spending the holidays. Trump told visitors that Reagan had "incredible style." He also noted the upcoming 100th anniversary of Kennedy's birth.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A sheriff's office official says a man walking in a wooded area in rural Virginia stumbled across a missing New Jersey woman and her great-granddaughter. A Dinwiddie County sheriff's spokesman says 71-year-old Barbara Briley and 5-year-old La'Myra Briley were safe inside their vehicle when they were found today. The two had been missing for days. They left New Jersey on Christmas Eve to visit relatives in North Carolina but never arrived.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actress Debbie Reynolds is hospitalized after suffering a medical emergency at her son's Los Angeles home. Reynolds trip to the hospital comes one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher died. The Los Angeles Times and celebrity website TMZ say unnamed sources told them Reynolds, who is 84, was hospitalized this afternoon after paramedics were called to her son's home in Coldwater Canyon. Officials say she is in fair to serious condition.
MIAMI (AP) — A Florida family is suing a hospital for malpractice. They say their baby suffered severe burns because it took too long to remove a coin-sized battery that she swallowed. The parents say Wolfson Children's Hospital in Jacksonville should have taken out the lithium battery within two hours, which is recommended by poison control centers. They are also suing a doctor, who they say downplayed the dangers.
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