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Bowe Bergdahl Released
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Slain Soldier's Kin 'Furious' Bergdahl on Active Duty
Second Lt. Darryn Andrews' family believes he was killed while searching for Bergdahl after he disappeared and was captured by Taliban.
Texas Murder Suspect Voted High School 'Class Clown'
Latest details on Texas man accused of killing six members of a Houston family. KPRC's Amanda Perez reports.
Disney World Monorail Strands Passengers After Losing Power
Fire crews evacuate more than 100 passengers after a Disney monorail loses power during severe weather. WESH’s Travell Eiland reports.
Immigration Border Crisis
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New Home: Most Migrant Kids Who Cross Border Can Stay
A day in New York's immigration court finds most minors who get to go before a judge are given a chance to find an attorney - keeping them in the U.S.
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Top 5 Reasons to Retire in Ecuador
With the cost of retirement soaring, some are choosing to spend their golden years abroad. Find out why Ecuador has lured so many Americans.
Violent Storms Strike Tucson
Torrential rain and damaging wind gusts as high as 60 miles per hour blow through Arizona.
Teen Who Lost Family: 'Stay Strong'
A teenage girl who was the lone survivor of a shooting rampage near Houston spoke out over the weekend at a memorial service, as many of those who attended wiped away tears. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
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Fishermen Help Scientists get Close to Sharks
With shark attacks on the rise, an effort is underway in Montauk, New York, the town that inspired “Jaws,” to understand one of the ocean’s most mysterious creatures. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.
Passengers Rescued From Disney World Monorail
More than 100 passengers had to be rescued from the monorail on Sunday after the train stopped running in a thunderstorm. No one was hurt.
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