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U.S. Military Searches Seas East of India for Malaysian Jet
The area is several hundred miles west of the Strait of Malacca.
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Parents: We Are 'Boiling With Anger' After GM Crash
A Georgia family says the automaker knew of ignition problems before their daughter's car shut off and crashed.
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Bad Luck: Snow For Northeast on St. Patrick's Day?
The major cities of the Northeast corridor could see as much as 6 inches if conditions are right.
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Philadelphia Plane Evacuated After Landing Gear Fail
'Selfie' Video Captures Philly Plane Scare
What Obama's New Overtime Rules Could Mean
Coach Admits Memphis 'Stank' in Defeat by UConn
Apple Replaces Phone That Saved Soldier's Life
SXSW Plays On After Tragedy
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Malaysians Pray for Missing Plane Passengers
Thousands gather for Friday prayers as hunt for jet goes on.
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Firm Sold Hearing Devices That Shocked Kids: Docs
A manufacturer sold defective cochlear implants — even after learning that a significant number of them had failed, according to documents.
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What's in a Face? Kerry, Lavrov Grim Before Talks
Secretary of State meets Sergey Lavrov for crucial talks on Ukraine.
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Tom Costello: What We Know So Far About Missing Jet
Parents of Victim React to New GM Documents
Woman: Company Stole My Bikini Pic for Diet Ad!
US Airways Passenger: 'The Plane is on Fire'
Should Children Be Able to Use Medical Marijuana?
Crime Scene Photos From Pistorius' Home Revealed
College Cancels Controversial Diversity Event
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FROM NBC Connecticut
Federal Review Blasts Metro-North Railroad
The probe of the commuter rail service was sparked by a deadly December derailment in New York.
Led Zeppelin to Unveil New Songs
The hard rock group from the 1970s is re-releasing its first three albums, and including unreleased songs in the new package.
Court Shown Photo of Pistorius at Crime Scene
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FROM NBC New York
No More Missing in Manhattan Building Rubble: Police
Police said early Friday that no one else is missing in the smoldering rubble of two buildings that were leveled by a gas explosion in East Harlem.
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China Sees 'Seismic Event' Near Jet's Path
A signal detected by two stations indicated a small tremor occurred on the floor of the sea near where the Boeing 777 was last detected.
FROM NBC Olympics
U.S. Wins its First Sochi Paralympic Gold
Evan Strong won the gold and led the Americans in a sweep of the first-ever Paralympics snowboard cross event.
Week in Pictures
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Icy Rivers and Balmy Beaches: The Week in Pictures
A harrowing scene in Harlem, Caracas confrontations, dog days return to SoCal, Iditarod inspires and #Syriaschildren stay strong.
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Target Was Warned of Hack But Didn't Act: Report
Target's internal security system warned it of a massive breach long before the company took action, according to a Bloomberg Businessweek report.
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Hockey Redemption? Vets Fight for Paralympic Gold
Redemption for American hockey fans now rests largely on one skating line featuring three combat veterans who, between them, have lost five legs.
'Veronica Mars' Stars Share Movie Surprises
For "Veronica Mars" fans who paid $5.7 million to fund the big-screen spin-off of the cult TV series, the payoff is glorious.
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Obama Seeks Review of Deportations, 'Broken' System
President responds to escalating pressure on deportations.
3.14 Ways to Have Fun on Pi Day
It's not irrational to celebrate on March 14.
Putin Speaks to Iran President About Ukraine, Nukes
The president of Russia gave a positive assessment of Tehran's constructive approach in talks.
McCain: Don't Call Yourselves Reagan-Republicans
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Scott Brown Looking Like a Good Bet for N.H. Senate
GOP poised to further expand 2014 Senate battleground with Scott Brown looking like a good bet to run for NH Senate.
Prepare Yourselves: Video Ads Come to Facebook
We've been hearing for almost a year that Facebook would be adding auto-playing video ads to your stream, and now the time is at hand.
FROM TODAY Tech
Apple Devotes App Store Section to Selfies
Apple has made it easier to snap a photo of yourself with the “Sharing Selfies” section of the App Store.
Wrong Turn! Cheetah Pokes Head Into Car of Tourists
A curious cheetah stuck his head through the sunroof of a car of tourists on a safari in the Serengeti. The cheetah’s mother eventually called him away.
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Thailand Celebrates National Elephant Day
Thailand honored the elephant on Thursday with fruit and Buddhist ceremonies across the country to pay homage to their national animal.
FROM Comcast Sportsnet
Martin Happy to Start With Clean Slate on 49ers
Jonathan Martin said his trade to the San Francisco 49ers provided him with a 'blank slate' as he looks to move on from a bullying scandal.
Is Social Media Killing School Dances?
Busy with extracurricular activities and social media, many students are skipping what used to be the prime social event for teens.
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Cronut Creator Debuts Chocolate Chip Cookie Shot
It's the chef's modern approach to the after-school snack that's been around since Ruth Wakefield first made one at the Toll House restaurant in the 1930s.
Getting in the Spirit: Awkward St. Patty's Day Photos
What's more awkward than the color green? Nothing, at least according to these 11 photos of St. Patrick Day celebrations. Cheers!
Richard Engel: On a High-Stakes Train Ride to Crimea
NBC's Richard Engel takes the train to Crimea to slip around Russian military checkpoints.
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Cops Used 'StingRay' Cell Interceptors to Spy
Heavily redacted documents show that police in California have secretly been using cellphone interception tech for years.
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Polar Bear Cub Ventures Out of Birth Cave
Polar bear fans in Germany caught a glimpse of a three-month-old female cub's first steps this week after it left the cave it was born in for the first time.
Jeff Rossen: Inside the Pistorius Crime Scene
Following the trail of blood to the bathroom where Oscar shot Reeva through a toilet door.
Pro-West Ex-Minister Says Son Kidnapped in Crimea
Anatoliy Hrytsenko said Oleksiy was taken late Thursday night in Simferopol.
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Market Dispute Ends In Deadly Knife Fight
One suspect in the incident worked as a bread vendor and was reportedly involved in an argument with a customer
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Jared Leto Visits Scene of Ukraine Uprising
Oscar winner tours Kiev battleground after expressing solidarity with "dreamers".
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