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PALM BEACH, Florida (AP) — Donald Trump has sent a New Year's greeting on Twitter, saying "Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly." The president-elect will be spending his New Year's Eve at his club in Palm Beach, Florida. He's throwing a private party that is expected to draw hundreds of guests, including action star Sylvester Stallone.

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Sen. Patrick Leahy says the discovery of malware on a Vermont electric utility's computer is the latest evidence that state-sponsored Russian hacking is a serious threat. The Vermont Democrat says it "goes beyond hackers having electronic joy rides." The Burlington Electric Department has confirmed reports that malware code linked to Russian hackers was found on one of its laptops.

BAGHDAD (AP) — The Islamic State group is claiming responsibility for a pair of suicide bombings today at a busy market in central Baghdad. Police and medical officials say the attack killed at least 28 people and wounded more than 50.

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's Forensics Authority says it has released the remains of 10 crew members of the EgyptAir flight that crashed in May, killing all 66 passengers on board. The authority tells The Associated Press that the rest of the remains will be released to the crew members' families by the end of next week. Egyptian officials haven't said what caused the plane to crash into the Mediterranean Sea, but investigators announced this month that traces of explosives were found on some victims.

LONDON (AP) — A music promoter who is sometimes described as the Beatles' first manager has died. Allan Williams was 86. Williams played an important role in finding the young Beatles club dates in Liverpool, England and in Hamburg, Germany, before they started on a long string of hits.

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