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1. NEW ORLEANS (AP) — An exceedingly rare 1787 gold Brasher doubloon has been sold for $7.4 million, one of the highest prices ever paid for a gold coin.

Blanchard and Co., the New Orleans-based coin and precious metals company that brokered the deal, said the doubloon was purchased by a Wall Street investment firm. Identities of the buyer and seller were not disclosed.

Minted by Ephraim Brasher, a goldsmith and neighbor of George Washington, the coin contains 26.66 grams of gold — slightly less than an ounce. Worth about $15 when it was minted, the gold value today would be more than $1,500.

The Brasher doubloon is considered the first American-made gold coin denominated in dollars; the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia didn't begin striking coins until the 1790s.


2. Mona Lisa’s Secret: Hidden Animals? (ABC News). New York artist Ron Piccirillo is claiming to have unlocked the secrets behind one of the most mysterious faces in history - Mona Lisa.

Piccirillo argues that several animals can be seen hidden in the painting when it is set horizontally. The Rochester graphic designer and painter said a lion, ape and buffalo can be seen around Mona Lisa's head and a snake or crocodile is near her right shoulder.

The animals led Piccirillo to Leonardo da Vinci's journals and a few passages that mention the animals he sees.

"When I came across these answers, which I call the 'accidental discovery,' I wasn't seeking the information," Piccirillo told ABCNews.com. "I was just able to pull out a lot of puzzle pieces together that led me to the answers. It all came from Leonardo's writings."

Members of the art community do not necessarily agree with Piccirillo's sense of the importance of his discovery.


3. NEW YORK (Reuters) - Alec Baldwin dropped in on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend for a skit mocking the airline industry, issuing a fake apology from a pilot who kicked him off an American Airlines flight for playing a smart-phone game before departure.

During a "Saturday Night Live" satirical news skit, Baldwin posed as the pilot of a plane he was forced to disembark earlier in the week at Los Angeles International Airport for refusing to stop playing 'Words With Friends' on his mobile phone.

Asked by SNL news anchor Seth Meyers about the incident, Baldwin, in character as the captain responded:

"It was awful. That's why it was very important for me to come here and on behalf of everyone at American Airlines issue an apology to Mr. Alec Baldwin... an American treasure," said Baldwin, dressed in a pilot's uniform and fake mustache.

The "30 Rock" star also mocked the airline rule that electronic devices be turned off during takeoff and landing.


4. BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Police in Vermont say a stolen 1972 Fender Telecaster electric guitar autographed by members of Pearl Jam for a teenager with a brain tumor has been recovered — but the signatures are gone.

The Burlington Free Press reports   two men have been jailed on charges of possession of stolen property. Police say the autographs were sanded off.

Ben Hardy said his ailing brother Josh received the guitar autographed by members of Pearl Jam in 1991 in Seattle. It was arranged by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Josh died several months later at the family's home in Durham, N.H.

The guitar and other items were taken from Hardy's home between Thanksgiving and Dec. 5 while he was away.
Arrested were 25-year-old Jeffrey Leduc and 51-year-old Timothy Crews, both of Burlington.


5. By Kevin Dolak | ABC News Blogs. A 4-year-old stray cat that was rescued from the streets of Rome has inherited a $13 million fortune from its owner, the wealthy widow of an Italian property tycoon.

Maria Assunta left the fortune to her beloved kitty Tommaso when she died two weeks ago at the age of 94. The feline's newfound riches include cash, as well as properties in Rome, Milan and land in Calabria.

As her health began to fail two years ago, Assunta, who had no children, began to seek out a way to see that Tommaso was properly cared for after she died. In November 2009, she bequeathed her entire estate to the alley cat that she'd rescued.

Initially, Assunta had instructed her attorneys to "identify an animal welfare association or group to which to leave the estate and the commitment of looking after Tommaso," according to the Daily Telegraph.


6. OSAWATOMIE, Kan. (AP)   — Declaring the American middle class in jeopardy, President Barack Obama on Tuesday outlined a populist economic vision that will drive his re-election bid, insisting the United States must reclaim its standing as a country in which everyone can prosper if provided "a fair shot and a fair share."

While never making an overt plea for a second term, Obama's offered his most comprehensive lines of attack against the candidates seeking to take his job, only a month before Republican voters begin choosing a presidential nominee. He also sought to inject some of the long-overshadowed hope that energized his 2008 campaign, saying: "I believe America is on its way up."

In small-town Osawatomie, in a high school gym where patriotic bunting lined the bleachers, Obama presented himself as the one fighting for shared sacrifice and success against those who would gut government and let people fend for themselves. He did so knowing the nation is riven over the question of whether economic opportunity for all is evaporating.


7. By Laura Rozen | The Envoy.   A day after the Pentagon acknowledged that an unmanned American reconnaissance drone went missing while on an operation in western Afghanistan late last week, Defense officials still smarting from the incident have come forward to dismiss Iranian claims that the drone was brought down by hostile activity. And American cyber experts similarly expressed skepticism over Iranian contentions that hackers based in Iran brought down the drone by penetrating its software or jamming its signals.

"The one thing I can tell you is we don't have any indications that the UAV [unmanned aerial vehicle], that we know we no longer have, was brought down by hostile activity of any kind," Pentagon spokesman Capt. John Kirby told reporters at a Pentagon press briefing Monday otherwise short of many further details on the embarrassing incident, ABC News's Luis Martinez reported. "As it says in the statement, the controllers lost control and, without getting into specific details, I think we're comfortable stating that there's no indication of hostile activity."


8. SEOUL, South Korea (AP)   — A Dutch architectural company has apologized for a design of two Seoul skyscrapers that to some resembles the World Trade Center exploding during the 9/11 terror attacks.

MVRDV said in a statement on its website Monday that it wasn't its intention to create an image evoking the 2001 attacks.
It says it "sincerely" apologizes to anyone whose feelings it has hurt.

The design unveiled in Seoul last week is supposed to show a cloud covering the center of the buildings.

The statement didn't say whether MVRDV will retain the design.

A South Korean business partner says construction is to start in 2013.


9. NOGALES, Ariz. (AP) — A 15-year-old Arizona high school student is recovering after being bitten by a police dog that somehow got out of a patrol vehicle.

The dog's handler and two other officers were putting on a gun safety presentation at Nogales High School on Thursday when the dog got out, police Capt. Heriberto Zuniga told the Nogales International. Students suddenly ran into the classroom to tell them the dog was on the loose.

The handler ran out and secured his German shepherd. The girl who was injured was taken to hospital with bites and scratches but wasn't seriously hurt.

Zuniga believes "somebody opened the door allowing the dog out of the vehicle," a 2011 Ford Expedition specially outfitted as a canine unit that was parked about 15 feet away from the classroom. The Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office is investigating.

"We were extremely lucky. The dog is trained to bite and pull," he said. "That didn't happen. It appears in this case the dog realized the girl did not pose a threat."


10. LOS ANGELES, Reuters.   Clark James Gable, the grandson of "Gone With the Wind" star Clark Gable, has pleaded guilty to pointing a laser at a Los Angeles Police Department helicopter, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office announced Thursday.

Gable, 23, is expected to receive 10 days in jail and 200 hours of work on a CalTrans crew for the incident, which occurred last July.

His sentencing, on the felony count of discharge of a laser at an occupied aircraft, is scheduled for Jan 12.
According to the DA's office, Gable pointed a 52-milliwatt laser light at the helicopter as it flew 800 feet above Hollywood Blvd., obstructing the vision of the officers inside the helicopter.

However, they were able to pinpoint the source of the light to a vehicle on the ground.

Police arrested Gable and Maximillian Anderson, the driver of the car, but decided not to file charges against Anderson because there was insufficient evidence that he was aware that the pointer had been aimed at the helicopter.


11. ROME (AP) — Police on Wednesday captured one of Italy's most-wanted fugitive mobsters, arresting the last major boss of one of Italy's bloodiest mafia clans.

Michele Zagaria, on the run since 1995, was found in an underground bunker in Casapesenna, in his hometown province of Caserta in southern Italy, the headquarters of the Casalesi clan of the Neapolitan Camorra.

Anti-mafia prosecutor Piero Grasso said it was likely Zagaria had spent his years as a fugitive nearby since mob bosses "can only exercise their power if they're in an environment that protects them."

"This was the nightmare: We knew he was there, but it was tough to find him, tough to get him out," he told Sky TG24. "Finally we did."

He noted that the Casalesi's well-known infiltration of local businesses and politics was similar to that of the Sicilian Cosa Nostra.


12. CBC News, cbc.ca. The government is placing a ban on face coverings such as niqabs for people swearing their oath of citizenship, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said Monday.

The ban takes effect immediately.

As a result, Muslim women will have to remove their niqabs or any other face-covering garments, such as burkas, before they can recite the oath of citizenship to become Canadians. Citizenship judges will be directed to enforce the rules at ceremonies over which they preside.

Kenney said he doesn't accept that it's a religious obligation to wear the veil, explaining that when Muslim women perform the hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca required by their faith, they are required not to cover their faces.

"It's a cultural tradition, which I think reflects a certain view about women that we don't accept in Canada. We want women to be full and equal members of Canadian society and certainly when they're taking the citizenship oath, that's the right place to start," Kenney said in an interview on CBC News Network.


13. PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — A snafu marred the critical moment of silence Wednesday at the Pearl Harbor ceremony observing the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack.

Each year, the tradition calls for a moment of silence to start with the sounding of a ship's whistle. The quiet is then broken when military aircraft fly over the USS Arizona Memorial in missing-man formation.

The timing is carefully choreographed so that the moment of silence begins exactly at 7:55 a.m. — the moment Japanese planes began bombing the harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. But on Wednesday, emcee Leslie Wilcox was still speaking at 7:55 a.m., even as the Hawaii Air National Guard's F-22's roared overhead on schedule 42 seconds later.

The moment of silence was held a few minutes late, just before 8 a.m.

It was obvious to those who had attended the commemoration before that something was off, but some in the audience for the first time didn't notice.


14. Business reporter, BBC News.   Italy had been carrying its heavy debts for decades without incident

Italy has moved to centre stage in the eurozone debt crisis.

While Greece generated a lot of noise, it is now seen as a sideshow.

Greece's debt problems are already widely known and the immediate consequences of a Greek default largely anticipated.

Moreover, the size of the Greek economy is small enough that the direct damage, if Greece stopped paying its debts, should be quite manageable for the eurozone.

Instead, the big fear is "contagion" - that a Greek default could trigger a financial catastrophe for other, much bigger economies - in particular Italy and Spain.


15. BBC.   Modern Family nominated for WGA and PGA awards. Modern Family won the best comedy series Emmy in September

Modern Family - winner of best comedy at both the 2011 Writers Guild of America (WGA) and Producers Guild Awards (PGA) - is a leading contender for next year's awards.

The show has three nominations at the WGAs as do dramas Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire and Homeland.

In the PGAs, last year's winners Mad Men, Deadliest Catch and The Colbert Report are all shortlisted.

The PGAs take place on 21 January, while the WGAs are held on 9 February.

The producers' awards will be held in Los Angeles, and the writers' prizes are due to be presented at simultaneous ceremonies in Los Angeles and New York.

Mockumentary Modern Family, which follows couples and their children, won the best comedy series Emmy in September.


16. BBC. Indian police have charged exiled Tibetan leader the Karmapa Lama after seizing about $1.4m (£900,000) in cash at his monastery in Dharamsala.

They allege the cash was being held in violation of foreign exchange rules.

But the Karmapa's aides say that it was provided by thousands of supporters in the form of donations to his monastery.

The Karmapa heads one of the four sects of Tibetan Buddhism and is expected to play a prominent spiritual role in the event of the death of the Dalai Lama.

Correspondents say that the district court where the criminal conspiracy charges were filed will soon make a decision as to whether the case should come to trial.


17. By SPIEGEL | ABC News. A curious library caretaker in the Bavarian city of Passau has discovered a treasure trove of ancient silver coins and medals that went overlooked for more than two centuries. The surprise find is reportedly worth as much as six figures.

Janitor Tanja Höls had often passed by an unassuming wooden box stowed away in an archive in Passau's historic state library, but it wasn't until about two weeks ago that curiosity got the best of her and she was decided take a look inside.

What she found were dozens of coins, most of them made of silver. "I had no idea that I'd found a treasure," the 43-year-old told the German news agency DAPD on Wednesday. But when she told the head of the library in the Bavarian city what she had seen, he soon realized their value.

"This find is a real bonanza," Markus Wennerhold said, adding that it happened to coincide with preparations for the library's 400th anniversary.


18. COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP)   — Jim Jordan created a heart-warming Christmas display of Charles Schulz's "Peanuts" characters more than 40 years ago at his Southern California home, and it became a holiday tradition as tens of thousands of people showed up each year to see the sparkling extravaganza.

Families trekked to the Orange County suburb of Costa Mesa to sip hot apple cider and share the wonder as seen through their children's eyes amid twinkling Christmas lights, artificial snow and a Santa Claus that whisked through the air and down a chimney for spectators. It became so popular that busloads of visitors and school groups visited Jordan's childhood home each year.

When he lost the house to foreclosure, it looked like the death of a tradition — until the city stepped in to save Christmas.

A week ago, Costa Mesa officials offered to host the display on the lawn outside City Hall. The lights will be turned on at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Santa will make nightly appearances starting Sunday.

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#2 2011-12-16 14:57:05

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Это материал для 601-й группы. Пожалуйста, указывайте в постах ниже номера выбранных текстов

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Текст 17, Калугин

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#11 2011-12-17 19:58:16

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4 текст,Осипик

Катя, а Вы разве допущены?

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#12 2011-12-17 20:47:19

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Ниже - материал для 602-603 группы (для тех, кто сдает в среду):

  20. NEW YORK (AP) — Forget the material things — reindeer sweaters, clunky toys, stocking stuffers that end up as, well, stuff. How about a skydiving lesson, a spa pampering or a night at a cozy bed and breakfast?

This holiday season, a lasting memory is worth a thousand knickknacks.

With less money to spend in the weak economy, and with daily-deal sites like Groupon growing in popularity, more Americans are giving experiences instead of glitzy gifts. Think comfort and joy, not five golden rings.

Instead of sneakers or electronic gizmos, Denice Bailey and her husband are treating their two teenage boys to a Dallas Cowboys game, dinner at a steakhouse and a family night in a hotel.

Aaron Cooper, whose job title is chief of gifting at Groupon, said givers should make sure to tailor their gifts to the person so it's something they can use. Not, say, skydiving lessons for 86-year-old Aunt Bertha.

Maire Griffin, a LivingSocial spokeswoman, agrees: "You're not going to give anyone Botox. If you are, you're not going to be their friend anymore."


  21. NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - Some conservatives don't believe in Newt-mentum.

Popular right-wing talk-radio host Michael Savage has offered Newt Gingrich $1 million to drop out of the race for the GOP nomination because he doesn't believe the former Speaker of the House can beat President Barack Obama.

And why is that?

Savage has a long list on his blog, including Gingrich's ads with Nancy Pelosi, his past infidelity and the fact that -- no matter his intelligence -- when he appears on TV "he will come off badly compared to Obama and look like nothing more than what he is: a fat, old, white man."

Ouch.

So, after a lengthy diatribe in all caps, Savage offered Gingrich $1 million to "set his ego aside" and "take the money ... and don't run."

Savage said he will reveal further details soon.


  22. The Associated Press. The glittering gems, fabulous clothes, accessories and memorabilia amassed by Elizabeth Taylor are up for sale — but any would-be buyers had better have some deep pockets.

Taylor's necklaces, earrings, pendants and rings with diamonds, sapphires and other gems will go on auction at Christie's auction house in New York City starting Tuesday.

Among the high-profile items is a diamond bracelet given to the National Velvet and Cleopatra actress by Michael Jackson, with an estimated sale price of $30,000 to $50,000 US.

A 33.19-carat diamond ring given to her by Richard Burton, whom she married twice, is estimated to sell for $2.5 million to $3.5 million US.

A jewelry lover, she had pieces from some of the most famous names in the jewelry world, including Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Chopard, in her collection.

Taylor's collection of impressionist and modern art is scheduled to go on sale at Christie's in London in February.


  23. CBC News, cbc.ca. Blue Rodeo, the rock band known for hits like Side of the Road and Already Gone, will be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the 2012 Juno Awards.

The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences announced the honour on Monday, calling Blue Rodeo “one of Canada's most beloved bands.”

"I'm sure many Canadians feel just like I do...that Blue Rodeo has been there with a song that deeply resonated with certain moments of our lives over the last 25 years or so," CARAS president Melanie Berry said in a press statement.

Blue Rodeo, formed in 1984 in Toronto, has been part of the Canadian music scene since its 1987 album Outskirts.

The Juno Awards ceremony is scheduled for April 1, 2012 in Ottawa.


  24. MEXICO CITY (AP) — Archaeologists announced Tuesday that they dug to the very core of Mexico's tallest pyramid and found what may be the original ceremonial offering placed on the site of the Pyramid of the Sun before construction began.

The offerings found at the base of the pyramid in the Teotihuacan ruin site just north of Mexico City include a green serpentine stone mask so delicately carved and detailed that archaeologists believe it may have been a portrait.

The find also includes 11 ceremonial clay pots dedicated to a rain god similar to Tlaloc, who was still worshipped in the area 1,500 years later, according to a statement by the National Institute of Anthropology and History, or INAH.

The offerings, including bones of an eagle fed rabbits as well as feline and canine animals that haven't yet been identified, were laid on a sort of rubble base where the temple was erected about A.D. 50.


  25. CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia's prime minister said Wednesday that President Barack Obama impressed her as a "good person" through his acknowledgment of attendants and security staff during his recent visit to Australia.

"I always think the way you can best judge people's attitudes is not necessarily how they treat me, the prime minister of Australia, but how you see them interact with others, and as President Obama moved through Parliament House, he said hello to every attendant and every security guard he walked past," Gillard told Sydney Radio 2SM.

"He doesn't have to do that — nothing makes him do that except being a good person," she said.

Obama made his first visit to Australia as president last month.

Gillard, who had previously met Obama in Washington and on the sidelines of various international forums, described him as charming, with a "fabulous, high-voltage smile."


  26. BBC News. Paul Allen is one of several Silicon Valley billionaires innovating in the private space industry.

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has announced plans to launch unmanned rockets and carry cargo into space.

The 58-year-old plans to develop a giant aircraft that would put spaceships into orbit, rather than lifting them off from a launch pad.

Other moguls are in the private space race, too, after Nasa this year ended its 30-year space shuttle programme.

Virgin Galactic is working on a commercial space venture which aims to fly passengers into sub-orbit by 2013.

Aerospace pioneer Burt Rutan is a partner on Mr Allen's project, which is called Stratolaunch Systems.


  27. BBC News. Israel has re-opened a walkway to Jerusalem's holiest site, two days after its closure on safety grounds sparked Palestinian anger.

Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the wooden footbridge to the Moughrabi Gate, leading to the Haram al-Sharif or Temple Mount, could once again be used.

Put up as a temporary measure in 2004, the Jerusalem City Council said it posed a fire risk and might collapse.

The Palestinian Authority and Hamas both condemned the council's decision.

Any construction work at the Temple Mount or Haram al-Sharif (Noble Sanctuary) compound in East Jerusalem - the most sacred site in Judaism and Islam's third holiest shrine - can be politically explosive.

Following the footbridge's closure, a spokesman for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said it represented another "attack" on efforts to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.


  28. LIBERTY, N.Y. (AP) — A 12-year-old upstate New York boy may be wishing that his dog ate his homework.

Police in the village of Liberty tell the Times Herald-Record of Middletown  that officers used math homework to track down a boy suspected of breaking into an auction house Saturday night.

The owner said he arrived Sunday morning and discovered that a window had been removed and jewelry, cellphones, video games and other items had been stolen from his business.

Police say homework with the suspect's name on it was found in the woods behind the auction house.

The youth has been charged with burglary. His case is being handled in Sullivan County Family Court.


  29. BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese police have arrested a man who hired two strippers to perform at his son's wedding after the performance was mobbed by villagers, a newspaper reported on Wednesday.

Zhang Cheng, from Xuzhou in eastern Jiangsu province, had originally wanted a band to play at the nuptials, but was then advised he could get performers whose show would have "special features," the Global Times said.

"After watching the show, Zhang decided it would be appropriate for his son's wedding and requested two strippers for the event," it added. "...Barely five minutes had passed before hundreds of villagers in the conservative community were swarming to the venue, trying to catch a glimpse."

Zhang was arrested the next day, the newspaper reported, though it did not say on what charge


  30. ROME (AP) — Officials say two Roman statues that were smuggled from Italy and purchased at a New York gallery in 1984 are being returned home.

The announcement was made Wednesday by the Italian government and Humana Inc., a health insurance company based in Louisville, Kentucky, that bought the statues in good faith and had displayed them at its headquarters.

The marble statues were of the Goddess Fortuna and another female figure.

Italy praised Humana for having come forth voluntarily and contacting the Culture Ministry with its suspicions about the statues. Italy has for years been on a campaign to compel museums and private collectors to return looted antiquities.


  31. (Reuters) - New Zealand winger Zac Guildford has kept his lucrative New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) contract but been banned for four games and ordered to undergo alcohol counselling after a naked, drunken rampage in the Cook Islands last month.

The 22-year-old Guildford, a member of New Zealand's World Cup winning squad, was reported last month to have stormed into a Rarotonga bar bleeding and naked before punching two customers. He was not charged by local police.

The NZRU held a disciplinary hearing with Guildford and imposed the four-match sanction. Three of the games will be part of the Canterbury Crusaders' preparations for next year's Super Rugby season.

Guildford, who has previously come under fire for other drink-related incidents while in camp with the All Blacks, will miss only one competitive game, against the Auckland Blues on February 24.


  32. LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lindsay Lohan is due in court Wednesday to give a judge her first progress update under strict new probation requirements intended to keep close tabs on the troubled actress.

Lohan has been reporting regularly for work at the Los Angeles County morgue since being repeatedly threatened with a long jail sentence if she failed to complete the terms of her probation, which include community service and counseling sessions.

The hearing is without the usual drama that precedes Lohan's recent court appearances, which have focused on the actress' shortcomings by missing court-ordered therapy sessions and getting booted from a community service assignment at a women's shelter. The "Mean Girls" star spent less than five hours at a jail last month as part of a 30-day sentence imposed by Judge Stephanie Sautner for Lohan's continued misbehavior.

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YudashkinaKristina wrote:

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#22 2011-12-22 10:48:33

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Вниманию студентов групп 601, 603 (зачет в пятницу 23 декабря)

Тексты можно выбрать из двух выложенных выше подборок - при условии, что их еще не взяли. И, пожалуйста,  укажите здесь номер выбранного текста.

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