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21 die in Mexican gang gun battle near Ariz. border

A massive gun battle between rival drug and migrant-trafficking gangs near the U.S. border left 21 people dead on Thursday, prosecutors said.Full story

U.S. Air Force and Navy see savings in joint drone work

The U.S. military could save hundreds of millions of dollars as result of a unique decision by the Air Force and Navy to jointly base, control, train and maintain high-altitude unmanned aircraft built by Northrop Grumman Corp, senior officials said on Thursday. Full story

Tesco shareholder bloc revolts over US exec pay

A substantial bloc of Tesco PLC shareholders, urged on by U.S. union activists, rebelled against the pay of the retail company's senior executive in the United States at an annual meeting on Friday. Full story

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U.S. media union to monitor restrictions on spill coverage

Ex-UBS client in NJ pleads guilty in IRS tax case

Obama signs into law Iran sanctions bill

U.S. trade panel denies China steel product duties

U.S. government slowly adopting Web-based computing

Guantanamo suspect ok to stand trial: U.S. judge

Northrop Grumman gets $175M assault ship contract

Rights group files suit over U.S. no-fly list

U.S. officials allege al-Qaida tie to N.Y. plot

Older population makes New England pension reform urgent: study


  N. Korea demands $65 trillion from U.S.

To mark the 60th anniversary of the start of the Korean War, North Korea is asking for a reparation from the United States for what it describes as decades of hostility.

  Kathei Lee, Hoda celebrate bras, sailors

TODAY’s Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb show their support for the bra’s 100th birthday and Navy sailors who are in town for New York’s famed Fleet Week.

  Anti-terror fireboat joins Fleet Week

A dozen military ships made their way up the Hudson River accompanied by Navy and Marine Corps jets flying in formation as Fleet Week opened in New York on Wednesday. NBC's Brian Williams reports.

  Oceanos rescuers

The helicopter rescue story as told by South African Airforce pilot Eric Elphick, hoist operator Chris Pedlar and Navy diver Paul Whiley.

  USCG: Tar balls are not from spill

The U.S. Coast Guard determines the tar balls showing up in Florida are not from the Gulf oil spill. Meanwhile officials from the U.S. and Cuba hold talks on how to respond to the disaster. NBC's Charles Hadlock reports.

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