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High-profile civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump is calling on the Justice Department to investigate the death of Victor White.
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'They Say No': Obama Zings Congress in Labor Day Speech
"They say no to everything," President Barack Obama said of Congress, urging people to vote for representatives who would bring "progress."
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Oops: Rick Perry Deletes 'Unauthorized' Tweet
"A tweet just went out from my account that was unauthorized. I do not condone the tweet and I have taken it down."
7-Year-Old Boy Injured While Target Shooting
The boy's condition remained undisclosed two days after the accident near Sacramento.
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6 Killed in Texas After Speeding Car Hits Tree
Police say a speeding car slammed into a tree after losing control along a Dallas roadway, killing all six people inside.
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Mom, 3 Kids Among 5 Killed in Colorado Plane Crash
Four of the five people killed in a small-plane crash north of Denver were identified Monday as a woman and her three children.
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How Safe Is Your Cloud? What to Know About Alleged Celeb Hack
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The hackers who claimed to have harvested photos of celebs likely used a relatively simple attack that everyday Internet users are also vulnerable to.
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Alleged Nude Photo Hack Triggers #IfMyPhoneGotHacked
The hashtag #IfMyPhoneGotHacked picked up steam since the photos were leaked online.
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Lucky Charm: Double Rainbow Shines Over Marine One
A double rainbow appeared over Marine One minutes before President Barack Obama landed at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., on Monday.
Miracle at Sea: 25 Survive Navy Chopper Crash
The sailors and marines had been at a training site in Djibouti when the Super Stallion helicopter crashed.
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Biden to Union Workers: Time to Take Back America
The vice president told union workers it's wrong for profits to explode when workers aren't "getting a fair share of what you've earned."
Woman Texts While Driving, Impales Self With Pole
A Colorado woman is recovering in the hospital after reading a text while driving caused her to slam into a guardrail pole. The pole went through her truck piercing her in the buttocks. KUSA’s Megan Fitzgerald reports.
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Man Who Inspired Ice Bucket Challenge Is a New Dad
The ice bucket challenge gained incredible momentum through social media and contributed to the ALS Association raising more than $100 million.
National Chicken Wing Eating Championship Held in Buffalo
Competitive eating champion Joey Chestnut ate a record breaking 195 chicken wings in twelve minutes to win this year's competition.
Wounded Veterans Celebrate Pregnancies, Special Bond
TODAY’s Erica Hill tells the heartwarming story of four Iraqi vets, all amputees, and the special bond that formed among them over the similar time frame of their individual pregnancies.
Good Catch! Owner Saves Drone After Battery Dies
Amazing footage of a drone falling from the sky after its batteries drained shows the owner’s amazing catch to save it from crashing into a lake.
Police in Ferguson to Wear Body Cameras
After the controversial shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a police officer that led to mass protests in Ferguson, Missouri, the department is preparing to join a growing policing rule: wearing body cams during engaging police work. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
Paper, No Plastic? Calif. Set to Ban Plastic Bags
California could make history by becoming the first state to ban plastic bags, prompting strong reactions from grocery shoppers and plastic bags companies. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports.
Former USC Star Josh Shaw Under Criminal Investigation
Former University of Southern California football star Josh Shaw, who was suspended after lying about spraining his ankles while trying to save a drowning nephew, now faces a criminal investigation in connection with a disturbance at his girlfriend’s apartment the same night he received his injury.
Bomb Threat Leads to Kansas Airport Evacuation
The Kansas City’s airport was temporarily evacuated due to a bomb threat reported Sunday, but officials say nothing was found. The airport has since reopened the terminal.
US Amps Up Airstrikes Against ISIS
President Obama is facing growing pressure to fight terrorist outfit ISIS in Syria, receiving bipartisan criticism, with some saying the president is being too cautious. NBC’s Chris Jansing reports.
Severe Storms Plague Holiday Weekend
Torrential rain, high winds and “hail the size of tennis balls” are plaguing parts of the country over the Labor Day weekend. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
Jet Forced to Emergency Land After Cabin Depressurizes
The Allegiant flight ran into trouble two hours into its journey from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Orlando, Florida.
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Labor Days: Where Did the 40-Hour Workweek Come From?
Today's familiar 40-hour workweek took a culmination of events, including deadly accidents and sit-in strikes, to become standard practice in the U.S.
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