Record Highs for Christmas, Snow in California, Arrests at "Black Christmas" Chicago Protests, San Diego Police Seek 400-Pound Bearded Woman: A.M. Links



    Record high temperatures were recorded yesterday in New York City and across the Eastern seaboard, but there could be snow in parts of southern California today.

  • Two people in Chicago were arrested after clashing with cops during "Black Christmas" protests.
  • Other tourists had to move to the side as President Obama and his security entourage hiked up Hawaii's Koko Head Crater Stairs during his Christmas vacation.
  • Robert Downey, Jr. was among 91 people pardoned by California Gov. Jerry Brown for "exemplary behavior," and will have his voting rights restored.
  • More than 100 people were killed in Nigeria when a gas tanker truck caught fire.
  • Police in San Diego are seeking a 400-pound beared woman wanted in a stabbing.

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