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FROM NBC 10 Philadelphia
Trooper's Killer Was 'Coward' With a Grudge: Cops
A profile developed by Pennsylvania State Police hunting for the gunman who opened fire outside the Blooming Grove barracks Friday has been released.
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Fears Heighten for Missing Virginia College Student
Hannah Elizabeth Graham, 18, was last seen late Friday and may have gotten loss on her way home from a party, Charlottesville, Virginia, police said.
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FROM NBC Washington
'Breaking Bad' Inspired Student to Make Ricin in Dorm
A former Georgetown University student accused of making ricin in his dorm room pleaded guilty Monday.
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Game Over: Trump Casino Deals its Last Hand
A dealer deals the final hand of blackjack at Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City seconds before the casino closed.
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Tropical Storm Odile Aims at U.S. After Mexican Mayhem
The National Weather Service issued flash flood watches for southern California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.
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Tuesday's Top 6 News Stories
From the U.S. effort to “degrade and destroy” ISIS to the fight against Ebola in West Africa, see the stories we're following.
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'Absolute Madness': California Wildfires Tear Through 100 Homes
At least 100 homes were destroyed as one of almost a dozen California wildfires besieged a small town while another doubled in size to 8,600 acres.
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FROM NBC Southern California
It Took Three Cops to Nab This 'Aggressive' Lizard
Police captured what they described as a “large and very aggressive” lizard roaming a neighborhood in Southern California on Monday.
FROM NBC Chicago
Nurse Accused of 'Unsolicited' Sex With Heart Patient
A nurse entered a medicated heart patient's hospital room and “initiated unsolicited sexual relations, including intercourse,” a lawsuit alleges.
Vikings: Adrian Peterson Deserves To Play
The Minnesota Vikings say reinstating Adrian Peterson is the fair thing to do and Peterson deserves to play while he works out his legal issue.
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New California Wildfire Evacuates 1,000 More Homes
Three wildfires in California forced the evacuations of hundreds of homes, including one that ignited Monday and spread to 300 acres in a few hours.
Five Slain Innocents Mourned at Prayer Vigil
The children of Timothy Ray Jones Jr., who has been charged with their murder, will be remembered in South Carolina.
Community Holds Candlelight Vigil to Honor Jones Children
People in Lexington Co., South Carolina say Monday night's vigil for the five Jones children was the first step in what's going to be a long healing process for their community.
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Buddhists Pack Up as Lava Flow Nears Hawaii Wetland
The lava flow from a June 27 eruption is almost 11 miles long, having traveled the length of four football fields since Saturday.
Utah Community Angered Over Police Shooting
Utah community questions police actions after they shoot a sword-wielding man in the back as he ran away. KSL's Nkoyo Iyama reports.
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FBI Probes Missouri Cop's Stun Gun Use Against Teen
Bryce Master's family requested the investigation of a cop's use of a stun-gun during Sunday's confrontation.
Taser Use Was Within Dept. Policy, Police Say
Independence, Missouri police say they're continuing to investigate a tasing incident between one of its officers and a 17-year-old.
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Obama Awards Medal of Honor to Two Vietnam Heroes
Army Command Sgt. Maj. Bennie G. Adkins, 80, and Army Spc. Donald P. Sloat, who died in combat were awarded the Medal of Honor Monday.
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On Defense: Can Four Women Save the NFL From Itself?
The league has put a female executive in charge of "social responsibility" and hired three women who are domestic violence and sexual assault experts.
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T.J. Lane Had Pitchfork When He Was Captured: Patrol
The convicted killer of three students who briefly escaped from an Ohio prison last week had a pitchfork when he was captured, the state patrol said.
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Brutality of ISIS Unites Global Leaders
A group of 26 countries gathered in Paris in a show of unity amid news of a third beheading by ISIS militants.
Hurricane Odile Leaves Trail of Destruction in Baja Peninsula
Hurricane Odile made landfall in Cabo San Lucas as a Category 3 hurricane, packing 125 mph winds, damaging homes and cutting power across the region.
Crews Battle 11 Fires in California Amid Heat Wave
A wildfire burning near Yosemite National Park has forced about 1,000 people to flee their homes.
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Brian Williams: Hillary's 'I'm Baa-aaack!' Heard Loud and Clear
In the latest installment of will-she-or-won't-she run for president, Hillary Clinton's visit to Iowa this weekend is stirring 2016 speculation.
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