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Obama Warns Russia: More 'Provocations' Mean More Sanctions
President Barack Obama said Monday that the United States is prepared to impose further sanctions on Russia if needed.
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Kyrgyzstan: 'Serious' Equipment Did Not Detect Jet
"Serious radar equipment" in Kyrgyzstan did not detect the missing Malaysia Airlines jet.
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GM Recalls 1.5 Million More Vehicles
Paul A. Eisenstein
General Motors will take a $300 million charge primarily to cover the costs related to the faulty ignition switches linked to at least 12 deaths.
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Early-Morning Quake Rattles Southern California
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Last Words From Jet Likely Spoken by Co-Pilot
Now Crimea's Time Zone Is a-Changin'
Flight Experts: What Might Have Motivated Pilots?
Tornado-Stricken Town Rallies to Get Helmets For All Students
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Sight Science: Why Do Eyes Turn Red When Tired?
If you had a bad night of sleep, your eyes could be bloodshot. Dr. Dana Blumberg explains why.
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General Pleads Guilty to Lesser Charges, Not Assault
Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair's sentencing will be held Monday afternoon at Fort Bragg.
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Why Your March Madness Pool Is Probably Illegal
An estimated 50 million people may take part in annual March Madness office pools. Those people may be breaking the law.
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Shaken Up: California Quake Jolts News Anchors
KTLA's Chris Schauble put on his best earthquake face before diving under his desk, and then taking to Twitter to laugh it all off Monday.
Obama Details Russian Sanctions
Magnitude-4.4 Earthquake Rattles California
Pro-Russian Group Storms Ukrainian Office
Pilot's Friend 'Cannot Imagine' Him Hijacking Plane
Couple Hijacks Ambulance with Paramedic Inside
Floods Trap Campers in Alabama
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NYC St. Paddy's Parade Kicks Off Amid Controversy
New York City is celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a parade that draws more than 1 million spectators and thousands of participants along Fifth Avenue.
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'Reckless' Bus Overturns in Virginia, Hurting Four
Police said the driver of a bus from New York to Georgia was "going too fast" for the snowy conditions, and he was charged with reckless driving.
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Duchess Kate Goes Green for St. Patrick's Day
It’s St. Patty's, which means our favorite royal is, as usual, wearing an envy-inducing emerald coat.
Themba Hadebe / AP
Washer Put Pistorius in 'Combat Mode,' Witness Says
Track star described how he was startled by a noise at home and decided to clear the house by drawing his gun and checking rooms, witness testifies.
Damian Dovarganes / AP
Alleged Bitcoin Creator Hires Lawyer to 'Clear Name'
Dorian S. Nakamoto, the man whom Newsweek claimed is the creator of digital currency bitcoin, has hired a lawyer to "clear my name."
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Ian Williams: Inside Crimea's Soviet-Era Relics
Opinion in Crimea divided over referendum to join Russia. NBC’s Ian Williams reports from the capital, Simferopol.
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After the Vote: Crimeans Raise Soviet Flag
A man kisses the Soviet Union flag in Simferopol's Lenin Square on Sunday as Crimeans voted overwhelmingly to break away from Ukraine.
No Way! Carol Does the Unthinkable on 'Walking Dead'
“The Walking Dead” has never been shy about taking jaw-dropping turns, and on Sunday, the drama did just that -- twice.
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What We Know About Jet's Last Hours Before Vanishing
A moment-by-moment account of what authorities know about the mysterious flight of the Boeing 777.
YASUYOSHI CHIBA / AFP/Getty Images file
Chocolate in a Pill? Study to Test Health Benefits
A new study will check into the benefits of a pill containing the nutrients in chocolate.
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Chris Brown Back in Court After Leaving Rehab
Chris Brown is facing a hearing over his dismissal from rehab and if he should be given further penalties, which could include time behind bars.
Delta Plane Loses Wing Panel During Flight
A panel on one of the wings on a Delta aircraft fell off during a flight from Orlando, Fla., to Atlanta, Ga., on Sunday, according to the airline.
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St. Paddy's Day Snow! DC Hit by Two Inches an Hour
A treacherous mix of ice, sleet and snow closed federal offices in the D.C. area on Monday.
ANTHONY BOLANTE / Reuters file
Desperate Families Seek Medical Pot for Sick Kids
Families are moving their sick children to Colorado for access to a special strain of medical marijuana.
Kelsey McNeal / ABC
Has 'DWTS' Finally Found the Right Formula?
It seems the powers that be behind the ballroom bash are serious about making changes and trying to kick off season 18 on the right foot.
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Reeva Steenkamp's Mom Flees Pistorius Trial
The mother of slain model Reeva Steenkamp left Oscar Pistorius' murder trial to avoid seeing crime scene photos.
Married! Savannah Ties Knot, Reveals She's Pregnant
TODAY anchor, 42, and her fiancé Mike Feldman tied the knot over the weekend near her hometown of Tucson, Ariz.
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Moscow TV Anchor: Russia Could Turn U.S. Into 'Ash'
"Russia is the only country in the world that is realistically capable of turning the United States into radioactive ash," Dmitry Kiselyov said.
Elise Amendola / AP
Syrup Season Drips to Life after Chilly Start
Maple season starts at the end of February in a typical year. But despite being well into March, temperatures have been too low for the sap to drip out.
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ADHD Treatment May Be Tied to Obesity
The stimulants used to treat ADHD might be making kids fat, a new study suggests.
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Buying 'The Beast': U.S. Seeks New Presidential Limo
Paul A. Eisenstein
It will replace President Obama’s set of wheels — a behemoth estimated to weigh as much as 15,000 pounds and known as "The Beast."
Charles Dharapak / AP
Dems Sounds the Alarm: We Could Lose the Senate
Prominent figures associated with the Obama administration are sounding the alarm bell that the Democratic Party could lose the Senate in November.
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Wood Bank Supplies Heating Fuel for Families in Need
A New England community has created wood banks to help supply families with heating fuel during these cold winter months.
Tony Gutierrez / AP
Polygamist Sect Leader Warren Jeffs Hospitalized
Warren Jeffs' sect is a radical offshoot of mainstream Mormonism whose members believe polygamy brings exaltation in heaven.
Missing Jet's Pilot Took Job Seriously: Friend
Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah "wanted to make a difference to the community" and was "humble despite his senior position," according to a friend.
Michael S. Williamson / The Washington Post
Who's On Food Stamps? Tens of Millions of Children
Amid all the political wrangling over how much the government should spend on the modern-day food stamp program, many may not realize who gets these benefits.
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Ukraine Calls Up 40,000 Reservists in Wake of Vote
Some 20,000 reservists will be deployed the Ukrainian armed forces and the rest within a newly created national guard, official says.
Navy SEALs Take Back Seized Libyan Oil Tanker
The U.S. intervention came at the request of the Libyan and Cypriot governments, the Pentagon said.
Funny Man David Brenner Dies After Cancer Battle
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Sochi Spotlight Dims as Paralympics Draw to a Close
The global attention shifts from Sochi with the closing ceremony and moves toward Pyeongchang, South Korea. for the 2018 winter games.
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