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Scores injured in London theater collapse.  The ceiling of the city's Apollo Theatre gives way, showering a packed audience with plaster, wood and dirt. At least seven people are seriously hurt. By Carlos Otero Scores injured in London theater collapse. The ceiling of the city's Apollo Theatre gives way, showering a packed audience with plaster, wood and dirt. At least seven people are seriously hurt. By Carlos Otero
Who's struggling with a cyber-security nightmare.  Target says data connected to about 40 million credit and debit card accounts was stolen as part of a breach. By Brendan Marks Who's struggling with a cyber-security nightmare. Target says data connected to about 40 million credit and debit card accounts was stolen as part of a breach. By Brendan Marks
Humanitarian gestures from Putin as Olympics near.  He says he'll pardon jailed tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, and give amnesty to the Pussy Riot punk band and to Greenpeace activists. By NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA Humanitarian gestures from Putin as Olympics near. He says he'll pardon jailed tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, and give amnesty to the Pussy Riot punk band and to Greenpeace activists. By NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
Why US general was demoted.  Maj. Gen. Michael Carey drank heavily and associated with "suspect" women during a trip to Russia, investigators say. His command once included 450 ballistic missiles in the U.S. By Carlos Otero Why US general was demoted. Maj. Gen. Michael Carey drank heavily and associated with "suspect" women during a trip to Russia, investigators say. His command once included 450 ballistic missiles in the U.S. By Carlos Otero
Syrian radicals pose growing danger.  Islamic militants, now the most powerful force in the rebellion, are increasingly targeting those seen as opposed to their extreme views. By Alexander Schuster Syrian radicals pose growing danger. Islamic militants, now the most powerful force in the rebellion, are increasingly targeting those seen as opposed to their extreme views. By Alexander Schuster

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:

1. SCORES INJURED IN LONDON THEATER COLLAPSE

   The ceiling of the city's Apollo Theatre gives way, showering a packed audience with plaster, wood and dirt. At least seven people are seriously hurt.

2. WHO'S STRUGGLING WITH A CYBERSECURITY NIGHTMARE

   Target says data connected to about 40 million credit and debit card accounts was stolen as part of a breach.

3. HUMANITARIAN GESTURES FROM PUTIN AS OLYMPICS NEAR

   He says he'll pardon jailed tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, and give amnesty to the Pussy Riot punk band and to Greenpeace activists.

4. WHY US GENERAL WAS DEMOTED

   Maj. Gen. Michael Carey drank heavily and associated with "suspect" women during a trip to Russia, investigators say. His command once included 450 ballistic missiles in the U.S.

5. SYRIAN RADICALS POSE GROWING DANGER

   Islamic militants, now the most powerful force in the rebellion, are increasingly targeting those seen as opposed to their extreme views.

6. WHERE FAKE CIGARETTES FACE REAL BAN

   In NYC, electronic smokes would be banned in locations like restaurants, bars and city parks -- just like their leaf-and-paper cousins -- under a measure the mayor is expected to sign.

7. FLORIDA CONGRESSMAN VOWS TO HOLD ONTO HIS SEAT

   After pleading guilty to cocaine possession, Republican Rep. Trey Radel says he wants to "rebuild the trust" of voters.

8. IN DIVERSE US, FATHER CHRISTMAS COMES IN MANY COLORS

   Black, Latino and Native American Santa Clauses have been making the rounds -- though not all reactions to non-white Santas this season have been jolly.

9. `DUCK DYNASTY' FANS WANT ROBERTSON BACK

   Thousands of viewers -- and some politicians -- are saying the patriarch's suspension is a violation of free speech.

10. FIGURE-SKATING CHAMP COMES OUT AHEAD OF SOCHI TRIP

   Brian Boitano announces he's gay as he joins the U.S. delegation to the Winter Olympics.

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