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    Talk Back: "The Interview"
    Do you support Sony's decision to premier "The Interview"?
     Yes
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    (Tell us why or why not?)
    ( Patrick Tehan )
    The top 10 Bay Area news stories of 2014

    If a single theme characterized Bay Area news during 2014, it might be contradiction.As the local economy caught fire, we saw stark evidence that its benefits eluded many. 
    (Dai Sugano)
    Drugging our kids: The documentary video

    Part 5 of the investigative series "Drugging Our Kids": A video that gives voice to many of the young people who say they were silenced by powerful drugs while in California's foster care system.  
    ( Joe Mahoney )
    Raiders trounced by Denver Broncos 47-14

    With loss to Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning, Oakland Raiders finish 3-13 and Tony Sparano awaits his fate as coach 
    (D. ROSS CAMERON)
    New Year's Eve cold snap to greet 2015

    Outdoor revelers celebrating New Year's Eve on Wednesday night might want to make sure they have gloves, hats and scarves available. Cold times will greet the arrival of 2015. 
    BAY AREA NEWS
    ( Lenny Ignelzi )
    California gears up for immigrant driver's licenses

    While tens of thousands of immigrants living in the country illegally are gearing up to apply for a long-sought driver's license in California starting Jan. 2, others are being urged to think twice. 
    SPORTS
    ( Thearon W. Henderson )
    49ers beat Cardinals

    Get live updates and analysis during the 49ers season final vs. Cardinals Sunday, starting at 1:25 p.m. 
    BUSINESS
    ( RAY CHAVEZ )
    Ships stacking up in San Francisco Bay

    A flotilla of giant container ships is anchored in San Francisco Bay waiting to unload cargo at the Port of Oakland, the result of a disruption that has clogged the West Coast’s major commercial arteries. The traffic jam in the bay, from ships bringing in imported goods, is only part of the problem. Exports are also threatened, including perishables from the Central Valley that are stuck in limbo.