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When Dennis Rodman visits dictator Kim Jong Un in North Korea next week, he’ll probably be hoping his “friend for life” has not seen his latest commercial. News analysis by NBC News' Ian Williams.
In the first confirmation vote since Democrats changed the Senate’s filibuster rules by invoking the “nuclear option,” the upper chamber has approved Patricia Millett's nomination to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
General Motors has turned to one of its own veteran executives, Mary Barra, to become the automaker's first female CEO as it remakes itself after a government bailout saved it from bankruptcy.
Miranda Cosgrove has a monster movie franchise hit on her hands thanks to the success of "Despicable Me" and its sequel, but that doesn't mean she can't be nostalgic for her "iCarly" days.
Before the nascent Mars One venture launches humans on a one-way trip to the Red Planet, it wants to send a lander and an orbiter there in 2018 — and now it has signed up Lockheed Martin and Surrey Satellite Technology to come up with concepts for the hardware.
Santa's sleigh may be the speediest form of holiday travel, but unfortunately, he doesn't take passengers. That means the 5 million Americans who fly over Christmas and New Year's will need to take other steps for a relaxing flight.