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December 04, 2012

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A new photo of George Zimmerman, the man who killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, was released that shows him with a broken nose and blood on his face. Zimmerman's lawyers are hopeful they can prove he was justified in shooting Halle Berry's fiancé.

Britain, Spain, Sweden, France, and Denmark are protesting Israel's plan to build 3,000 houses in the east Jerusalem section of the West Bank. Israel is upset as they just bought new construction equipment.

Kate Middleton is pregnant with Prince William’s child. William hopes it's a boy while Kate hopes it's not a William. 

News Corp announced the end of its digital-only newspaper The Daily. News Corp regrets they didn't start smaller at first with The Tuesday Thursday Saturday.

Hugh Hefner will reportedly marry girlfriend Crystal Harris on New Year’s Eve. "Okay but what's the date?" asked Harris.

The BBC will be adapting J.K. Rowling's "The Casual Vacancy." The network says the process may take a while as they have to add in way more wizards.

A North Korean missile launch planned for later this month has Japan on alert. If only because people get upset when they don't get to see the missile comically fall apart mid-air in person. 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she'd consider writing off Greece's debt if the country becomes profitable. Greece said they really appreciate it then asked if they could get an advance. 

NBC denied rumors that Matt Lauer will be fired from the "Today" show. NBC also denied rumors that Willard Scott was ever actually hired on the "Today" show.

Former Mitt Romney supporter Kid Rock said there were "no hard feelings" between him and Obama. The president responded by saying it'll be nice to finally get a decent night's rest.

Speaking of Romney, the Washington Post reported that he ordered his family's Thanksgiving meal from Boston Market. Making it the first Boston-related thing to support him.

Basketball legend Karl Malone criticized his former college Louisiana Tech for turning down a bowl game because they wanted more money. Malone first heard about the news when John Stockton passed it along to him.