Write-Offs: 12.22.11

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$$$House G.O.P. Leaders Reach Agreement on Payroll Tax [NYT]

$$$Risk Is Out, and Goldman Sachs Cuts Ties With Brokers [WSJ]

$$$Hungary Defends Economy After Ratings Downgrade [WSJ]

$$$Lauren E. Weinberg, a 23-year-old ASU business student, told Sheriff's deputies she survived in her car for nine days without cold weather gear and on nothing more than two candy bars. For drinking water, she used the sun to melt snow in bottles. [AZDS]

$$$North Korea Economy Back to Work [WSJ]

$$$Allen Stanford Competent To Stand Trial [AP]

$$$Burial of Human Ashes OK in Pet Cemeteries [WSJ]

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