December 16, 2009: Lunchtime News Roundup

Here is the Lunchtime News Roundup for Wednesday, December 16, 2009:

Faith Focus

Ethiopia struggles with hunger 25 years after Live Aid:

Christian goods spoof commercial brands or logos:

Food banks struggle to meet soaring needs:

Controversy surrounds U.S. Census promotion featuring biblical journey to Bethlehem:

Oral Roberts remembered as pioneering evangelist:


Another White House security breach? Uninvited tourists attend breakfast, meet Obama:

Key vote on health care, Lieberman swaying toward compromise with Senate Democrats:

Time Magazine names Fed chief Bernanke its Person of the Year for 2009:,28804,1946375_1947251,00.html


Prospect of global warming pact fades in Copenhagen:

Insurgents kill 50 in car bombings in Pakistan, Iraq, Afghanistan:

Brisk development of Chinese nuclear power plants draws concern:


Holiday TV specials draw big ratings:

James Cameron epic ‘Avatar’ given ‘B’ grade:,,20326743,00.html


Tiger Woods named top athlete of decade:

Should the undefeated Indianapolis Colts rest starters with AFC’s top seed locked up?:

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