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Fake Child Abduction on YouTube Sparks Outrage
Two brothers behind a staged child abduction video posted on YouTube say it was designed to raise awareness about kidnappings. But they are being strongly criticized. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
Biden Joins Instagram, Takes Selfie With Obama
The vice president has joined the photo-sharing social network Instagram, posting an image of his aviator sunglasses as well as a selfie with President Obama.
Fire Truck Crashes Into Restaurant; 15 Hurt
Two fire trucks on their way to a house fire collided in Monterey Park, Calif., sending one of them crashing into a restaurant. At least 15 people were injured.
Customer Tackles Robber at Florida Drugstore
In this caught-on-camera video, a customer tackled an armed robber at a Sarasota, Fla., drugstore and held him until police arrived.
Mustang Marks 50 Years Atop Empire State Buildng
The Ford Mustang is celebrating its 50th anniversary the same way it celebrated their launch, with one of the cars on display on the observation deck of the Empire State Building.
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Thursday's Top 6 News Stories
From fatal clashes in Ukraine to the ongoing search for survivors of the sunken South Korean ship, see the stories we're following.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff
Unexploded Bomb Scare Sends Thousands Fleeing
Reverse 911 calls were put in to more than 1,000 homes and authorities went door-to-door to tell people to leave the area.
Alex J. Berliner / AP, file
'X-Men' Director Accused of Drugging, Raping Teen
Lawsuit alleges Bryan Singer used his influence as a Hollywood insider, as well as a range of drugs and alcohol, to force sex on a boy.
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School Strain: NYC Parents Spar Over Charter Debate
Nona Willis Aronowitz
In New York, where school space is at a premium, colocation of charters and district schools can exacerbate tensions over resources.
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