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Google Knows What You Are Getting for Christmas
The tech giant has broken down some of the top searched gifts and it looks like Apple's iPads and Microsoft's Xbox will be big hits this year
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FSU Shooting Victim Is Paralyzed, Sister Says
One of the bullets fired by Myron May in FSU’s Strozier Library Thursday hit student Farhan "Ronny" Ahmed in the spine.
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Snowed Out: Moving Game Likely Won't Cost Bills Much
Buffalo’s NFL team won’t drop big bills Monday night by moving their “home” game to Detroit’s Ford Field, say spokesmen for the club and the league.
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Brown Family Notified Decision Has Been Made, Attorney Says
The prosecutor overseeing the case planned an announcement later in the day, but he gave no indication what it would be.
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A Shifting Battleground: Why Chuck Hagel Resigned
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President Obama thanks Chuck Hagel for his service as Secretary of Defense and notes highlights from his two years in the position.
Brokaw Receives Medal of Freedom
NBC's Tom Brokaw is awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom Monday at the White House.
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Tom Brokaw, Meryl Streep Among Medal of Freedom Recipients
President Barack Obama celebrated 18 Americans “who devoted their lives to their fellow citizens” by presenting them with the nation’s highest civilian honor on Monday.
Naked Man Drops From Ceiling at Logan Airport
A naked man drops from ceiling inside Logan International Airport and then attacks elderly man. Adam Harding reports.
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Watch Live: Continuing Coverage of Ferguson Grand Jury Decision
Watch NBC News and NBC affiliate KSDK's coverage of Ferguson's Grand Jury decision.
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There Are More Payday Lenders Than McDonald's
For many Americans, fast money is becoming more important than fast food.
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Lone Wolf Traveled 450 Miles to Grand Canyon
The animal, which is protected under the Endangered Species Act, is the first known gray wolf to visit Arizona in about 70 years.
Cuomo on Buffalo Storm Aftermath: 'So Far So Good'
Speaking a news conference to discuss the powerful winter storm that hit the Buffalo area, N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says, "Don't know what the weather holds for today and tomorrow, but so far so good."
Crews Fill Sinkholes Inside Fla. Trailer Park
Crews fill two sinkholes, one which swallowed woman's car, at a mobile home park in Holiday, Fla. Josh Thomas reports.
Squirrels' 'Light' Diet Frustrates Xmas-Loving Zoo Officials
Workers at the Cincinnati Zoo is dealing with a unique problem: Hungry squirrels gnawing on Christmas light strands threaten to darken their Festival of Lights. John London reports.
DNC Narrows Possible Convention Spots to NY, Philadelphia, Columbus
The list eliminates two previous contenders -- Phoenix, Arizona and Birmingham, Alabama.
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Poll: Nine of Ten Latinos Back Immigration Action
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Great Stuffing! Who Made It? Maybe Not Who You Think
American cooks might be slaving away over a hot stove next Thursday, but some of those goodies might not be as homemade as their guests think.
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Making It Legal: Ferguson Cop Gets Hitched
Darren Wilson married fellow officer Barbara Spradling on Oct. 24, records show.
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MISSING IN AMERICA: Jessica Padgett
Newlywed and mother of three Jessica Padgett was last seen leaving a day care center on Friday, November 21st, in Northampton, PA. Have you seen her?
Grand Jury Will Hear Case of 12-Year-Old Killed by Cop
A grand jury in Cleveland will decide whether to charge an officer who shot and killed a 12-year-old boy holding a toy gun at a park over the weekend.
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