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AP Network News. I’m Bryant Thomas.

The enormity of the destruction is almost uncomprehensible. As many as 10,000 people are dead as giant tidal waves, spawned by an 8.0 magnitude underwater quake roared into six South Asia countries. In Maldives, this woman was at the airport terminal when the huge wave struck, and they weren’t sure how to get out.
--- The strength of the water crashed the window outside through the backside of the terminal. And we got out that way.
Nearly 4200 have died in Indonesia. Another 3,000 were killed on Sri Lanka. President Bush is sending condolences to the quake and tidal wave victims as we hear from correspondent Sager Megani.
--- The president says the US stands ready to offer what he calls all appropriate assistance to the most affected nations. In a statement issued aboard Air Force One as he flew to his Texas ranch, Bush said American relief efforts are already underway.
The tidal waves from the quake centered near Sumatra traveled some 3,000 miles to Somalia and the Horn of Africa, killing at least nine people there.

Exit polls in Ukraine show opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko holding a double-digit lead in the third election runoff in Kiev. Correspondent Marum Delabi reports the voting appeared to go more smoothly this time.
--- Most of the campaigns have complained of some violations. There had been fears that there might be attempts to disrupt the vote or some violence, and none of that has been seen.
The final results in Ukraine are not expected until Monday.

Former NFL sack leader Reggie White died today, apparently of a massive heart attack. Word of his death came from his wife at their North Carolina home. White’s 15-year career was spent in Philadelphia, with Green Bay and with Carolina. He set an NFL record with 198 sacks before he retired in the year 2000. That record was later broken by Bruce Smith. Reggie White was 43.

When Wall Street reopens tomorrow, it’ll do so after the Dow gained 11 points in Friday trading. The NASDAQ tacked on three.

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A monstrous winter storm continues to swirl off the east coast, giving a glancing blow to major population centers along the eastern seaboard. But where it is snowing, and sleeting, and raining, it’s a mess. Patty McQuillan of the North Carolina Highway Patrol says drivers need to be extra careful.
--- Drive slowly and keep plenty of distance in front of the car in front of them. And if they hit any icy patches, steer into the direction of the skid. Don’t turn away from a skid. That will only make your car spin around.
So far, one death has been blamed on the storm in North Carolina. Snow and ice are falling in a wide path from South Carolina to Massachusetts.

What’d you go see at the box office this weekend? Well, “Meet the Fockers” met the record books with the best Christmas weekend debut ever. Ben Stiller’s comedy of opposite in-laws raked in almost $45 million in ticket sales, beating the 2002 record of “Catch Me If You Can.” Last week’s top film, “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events” fell to second place. And the third-place film was “Fat Albert.”

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