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Mystery Donor Pays Off $50,000 in Layaway at a Wal-Mart
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A woman walked into a local Wal-Mart store in Everett, Pennsylvania, and handed over a check to pay off the balances on 194 layaway accounts.
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The Last Zika Outbreak Is Over in Florida, for Now
The Zika virus is no longer actively spreading in Miami's South Beach, to the relief of tourism officials.
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Bad Sports: Report Reveals Massive Russian Doping Scandal
'The desire to win medals superseded their collective moral and ethical compass and Olympic values of fair play,' said the agency's bombshell report.
Arkansas Supreme Court Deals Blow to Same-Sex Parents
The ruling requires birth certificates issued in Arkansas to identify the biological parents even if the child is subsequently adopted by a same-sex couple.
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Brazilian Squatters Offer Shelter From Anti-Gay Violence
A former social security agency in Brazil has become a haven for LGBTQ people in the country.
Dylann Roof's Videotaped Confession Stuns Courtroom
Dylann Roof began his videotaped confession with 11 chilling words: "I went to that church in Charleston and I did it."
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Drug Overdoses Kill More Than Car Crashes
Drug overdose deaths passed 50,000 last year in the U.S. -- far more than the 37,000 deaths in road accidents.
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John Glenn: His Life in Pictures
John Herschel Glenn Jr. flew into the history books on Feb. 20, 1962, when he became the first American to go into orbit.
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'Hundreds' of Men From Rebel-Held Aleppo Feared Missing
"We have received very worrying allegations that hundreds of men have gone missing after crossing into government-controlled areas," a spokesman for UNHCR said.
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Intel Agencies Prepping Dossier to Prove Russian Hacks
Obama is concerned Russians will go unpunished since Trump doesn't believe in Russia connection, say officials.
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Weeks of Fury in South Korea End in President's Impeachment
For more than a month, hundreds of thousands of South Koreans have spilled onto the streets to demand impeachment.
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New Jersey Home of Giants Player Defaced With Racist Graffiti
Police are investigating racist graffiti scrawled on the walls of a New Jersey home belonging to a New York Giants player as a hate crime.
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German Teens Plotted 'Islamist-Motivated Attack': Cops
Two German teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of plotting an Islamist attack using firearms on an undisclosed public building.
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Gael García Bernal is Loving His 'Mozart in the Jungle' Role
Golden Globe winner Gael García Bernal talks about his leading role in the Amazon hit series, "Mozart in the Jungle" about a famous orchestra conductor.
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Report: Former MLB Manager on Trump's Japan Ambassador Shortlist
Former Red Sox, Mets and Rangers manager Bobby Valentine is on a short-list of candidates for the job of United States Ambassador to Japan
Queer 2.0: How to Buy Gender-Affirming Holiday Gifts
For some parents, choosing a gender-affirming present for their child can be a source of stress. But have no fear, NBC Out contributor Jacob Tobia has
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South Korea's Scandal-Hit President Stripped of Her Powers
Prosecutors say Park colluded in the criminal activities of a longtime friend and confidant to manipulate government affairs and extort businesses.
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Trump Spent $3M on Own Businesses in Campaign's Final Weeks
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Hillary Clinton outspent Trump by nearly $40 million in the final weeks of the 2016 presidential campaign.
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Winter Wallops Northwest as Icy Blast Hits Plains, Midwest
Snowpiles are growing across the U.S. as an Arctic chill and winter storm bring plunging temperatures and dangerous winter conditions.
Holiday Gifts to Empower: A Guide to Ethical Brands Owned by Asian Americans
This holiday season, why not get the most out of your purchases and opt for meaningful gift-giving?
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