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Awkward Family Photos: Nightly Viewers Share Theirs
"Nightly News" now has its own collection of awkward family photos, following a report on a California exhibition featuring some of the best.
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It's a Bird, It's a Plane...It's Superman on The Mall
In an attempt to break a Guinness World Record, people dressed as super heroes and villains gather on the National Mall in Washington D.C.
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Russian Supporters Defy Geneva Deal in Ukraine
Armed pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine said on Friday they were not bound by an international deal ordering them to disarm.
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Deadly Avalanche Icefall Looms Over Everest Camp
NBC News engineer Stewart Scanlon captured this dramatic view of the icefall in the aftermath of the avalanche on Mount Everest.
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Passion and Devotion: Good Friday Around the Globe
Christians commemorated the crucifixion with solemn processions and dramatic re-enactments.
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Time-Lapse Photo: Blood Moon Shines Over Texas
Photographer Mike Mezeul II captured a stunning time lapse of Tuesday's lunar eclipse over a bluebonnet field in Ennis, Texas.
Send Us Your Awkward Family Photos!
We all have them. Some are proudly displayed, others hidden away and buried in our closets. Are you willing to share yours?
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Holy Sawdust! Guatemala Carpet Breaks World Record
The annual sawdust carpet-making tradition that takes place on Holy Thursday in Guatemala was recognized this year as a world record breaking piece.
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Flower Power: Workers Pluck Petals From Millions of Tulips
Tens of millions of bulbs are planted and bloom annually across hundreds of acres at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in Washington state.
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