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Holiday Display Called 'Sensory Explosion'

There are Christmas displays, and then there's the one in Wall Township, N.J. It has synchronized lights, lasers, fog machines, strobe lights, 20-foot flames and the music of the Trans Siberian Orchestra. There's no charge — they only accept donations for a local charity.
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For Conn. Teacher Who Lives Near Tragedy, Today's Classes Will Be Difficult

Kyle Mangieri teaches in nearby Fairfield, but his home is just down the hill from Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown. Friday's mass murder means his lessons today may need to be set aside.
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Funerals Begin In Newtown, Investigation Continues

Six-year-olds Jack Pinto and Noah Pozner — two of the 20 first-graders killed Friday when a gunman stormed Sandy Hook Elementary School — are to be remembered today. Funerals for their classmates and the six adults who were gunned down will continue all week. So will the investigation.
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Immigration Changes 'Gotta Happen This Year'

Republicans and Democrats are pushing to make overhauling immigration a priority in 2013. Senator-elect Jeff Flake, a Republican from Arizona, is expected to play a big part in any overhaul of immigration laws.
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Remembering Connecticut School Shooting Victims

David Greene shares the names of the victims killed when gunman Adam Lanza opened fire in Sandy Hook Elementary School last Friday. Before he went to the school, Lanza shot his mother, who was found dead in her pajamas in her bed.
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Ct. Authorities Release Few Shooting Details

Police continue to investigate why Adam Lanza killed 26 students and staffers at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Ct. Lanza then killed himself. Police are holding the details of their investigation close.

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