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1 Dead, 1 Injured After Shooting at Chicago Nordstrom

Friday, Nov 28, 2014 at 4:16 PM

Ray Rice's Wife on Elevator Incident: "This Isn’t Us"

In an interview with “Today," Ray Rice's wife, Janay, spoke publicly for the first time since the former Baltimore Ravens running back was suspended indefinitely by the NFL after video of him hitting his then-fiancee was released. After being knocked unconscious, Janay Rice said to Matt Lauer she was “furious,” adding that “we came home and we didn't talk the entire ride.” But she also said that “in the back of my mind and in my heart I knew that our relationship wouldn't be over because I know that this isn't us and it's not him.” On Friday, Rice won his appeal of the indefinite suspension handed down in September. The exclusive interviews will air Monday and Tuesday on “Today.” Read »
59 minutes ago

Ferguson Protesters Take Aim at Black Friday Shopping

Protesters taking aim at Black Friday continued to rally into the night across the country in the wake of a grand jury's decision to not indict the police officer who killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Read »
6 hours ago

Austin Gunman ID'd After Downtown Shooting Rampage

Friday, Nov 28, 2014 at 2:15 PM

Ray Rice Wins Appeal, Suspension "Vacated Immediately"

Friday, Nov 28, 2014 at 2:14 PM

UN Criticizes U.S. Over Police Brutality, Deportation

Friday, Nov 28, 2014 at 1:02 PM

"It's a Tradition": Shoppers Hunt for Black Friday Deals

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Pastor Lives Among Homeless for Two Weeks

To raise money for a program to feed and shelter the homeless, the pastor of a Sacramento church lived like the people he was trying to help. Rick Cole lived on the streets for two weeks, spending his days looking for food and searching for places to sleep at night. "I think I began to experience how people ignore others," Cole said. "People walked by me like I didn't exist." Read »
Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014 at 8:27 PM
 

I know some will call this amnesty  

— President Barack Obama while pardoning turkeys Mac and Cheese at the White House.
44 minutes ago

Grand Jury Nears Decision on Police Chokehold Death of NYC Man

42 minutes ago

Conn. Mom, Son Steal $9,000 in Valuables on Thanksgiving: Cops

Friday, Nov 28, 2014 at 10:26 AM
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42 minutes ago

Drug-Resistant Malaria a "Disaster in the Making": Expert

Friday, Nov 28, 2014 at 3:03 PM

St. Louis Woman Loses Eye After Police Run-In

6 hours ago

104K Remain Without Power After Nor'easter

For a second day, 175,000 homes from West Virginia to Maine remained without power after a winter storm that snarled Thanksgiving travel plans and led to massive flight cancellations and delays, NBC News reported. Utility crews were able to restore power to 70,000 more homes and businesses by 5:30 p.m. ET, however 104,000 still remained in the dark. The nor'easter dumped up to 20 inches of snow on parts of the Eastern Seaboard from West Virginia to Maine on Wednesday and early Thursday, cutting power and causing some cooks to improvise — using outdoor grills or wood fires to cook Thanksgiving meals. New Hampshire was slammed with some of the highest snow totals — as much as 18.4 inches in Madison, just west of the Maine border. Read »

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