Snowstorm Hampers Thanksgiving Travel; News Ignores Racist Knockout Game; Obama Talks With Iran Chills Relations With Jewish Donors; White House Snubs Vatican; Obama Administration Calls Liberals Worried Over Obamacare ‘Bed-Wetters’ — Tuesday Morning News Roundup 11-26-2013

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Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.

  • A major storm with heavy snow, rain and high winds will hit Thanksgiving travelers hard on Wednesday in the Northeast with ripple effects for flights elsewhere in the Nation. Source: AccuWeather… 

 

  • Various news organizations are refuting the existence of an alleged phenomenon known as the “knockout game” that has been the subject of media warnings in recent weeks. Source: USA Today… 

 

  • The Iran nuclear deal has put new strains on President Barack Obama’s relationship with Jewish donors, a pillar of Democratic fundraising. Source: The Hill… 

 

  • The Obama Administration has decided that the free-standing American embassy to the Holy See will soon be closed, and the offices for the Ambassador to the Vatican will be moved inside of our Italian Embassy. Source: Catholic Voice… 

 

  • There’s a term of art that the Obama White House uses to describe its neurotic supporters who instantly race to the worst-case scenario: They are known as “bed-wetters.” Two months into the dysfunctional life of Healthcare.gov, however, that seems a perfectly appropriate physiological reaction. Source: New Republic… 

 

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