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Feds Probe Possible Fatal Flaw in GM Airbags
Probe opened in response to auto safety expert's claim that he found fault in deployment algorithm that can prevent safety device from inflating.
Ebola Virus Outbreak
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Peace Corps' Ebola Evacuation Disappoints Volunteers
"It’s scary to think that they might not be able to finish what they started,” says one volunteer awaiting flight out of Guinea.
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American Suicide Bomber Tried to Recruit U.S. Friends
Before Moner Mohammed Abusalha drove a bomb-packed truck into a building in Syria, officials say he tried to recruit Florida friends for jihad.
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Can Afghans Afford to Fight Taliban After U.S. Leaves?
New report by U.S. watchdog agency says Kabul lacks revenue base to maintain army, other projects funded by $104 billion reconstruction effort
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Thousands of U.S. Guns Could Fall to Taliban: Report
Insurgents could wind up with some of the half million handguns and rifles given to the Afghan military and police, according to a government report.
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Tobacco Tax Dodge Costs Taxpayers Billions: Report
Study finds tobacco companies are reaping big rewards by making tiny changes to products to take advantage of federal tax rate differentials.
Rossen Reports: Gems Actually Glass at Some Retailers
A Rossen Reports investigation found that some of the "rubies" found in display cases may actually be filled with cheap glass.
VA Hospital Scandal
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30 Serious Incidents Revealed at D.C. VA Facilities
Veterans died, were injured as a result of medical care at regional VA facilities since October 2012, records obtained by NBC Washington show.
Immigration Border Crisis
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Old Wound: Family Detentions Revived by Border Crisis
Two ICE detention centers opening as new data shows family arrivals at border grew five times as fast as unaccompanied minors last year.
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