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Thanks for the Travel Pillows: SkyMall Files for Bankruptcy
A staple tucked inside the seatbacks of commercial planes will soon disappear as quirky in-flight catalog SkyMall files for bankruptcy.
Pair of Storms Threaten Weekend Snow for East Coast
The snowstorm that left parts of Texas buried under record snow is making its way up the East Coast as a second storm waits in the wings for Sunday.
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Will the New England Patriots Be Punished Over Deflate-Gate?
As the Super Bowl nears, the NFL is breaking its silence, confirming that under-inflated footballs were used in the AFC Championship game.
TSA Discovers Record Number of Firearms in Carry-On Bags
The TSA discovered a record 2,212 firearms in carry-on bags this year, up from 660 a decade ago, and the vast majority of them were loaded.
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Bill Belichick Offers Major Denial in Deflate-Gate
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says his team followed the rules "to the letter."
Airstream Campers Help Give Economy Second Life
Airstream campers were part of American culture for decades and now are helping to fuel an improving economy.
Winter Storm Brings Inches of Snow to the Northeast
A fast-moving storm delayed thousands of flights, shut down power and it's not yet finished.
ISIS Changes Demands for Japanese Hostage
ISIS militants beheaded one Japanese hostage and now want to trade the life of a second for the release of a failed female suicide bomber.
Disneyland-Linked Measles Outbreak Continues to Grow
California, Arizona and New Mexico have seen their cases of measles increase.
2016 GOP Get Trial Run at Iowa Freedom Summit
A long line of republican presidential hopefuls made their pitches in Iowa.
Improved U.S.-Cuba Relations Could Bring Harley to Havana
'I Wanted Justice': Con Victim Wants Rape Law Changed
Mischele Lewis conducted her own sting to catch the con man she almost married. When justice fell short, she dove into a contentious area of rape law.
What Beer Cans and Crock Pots Have in Common
They've managed to defy American trends and maintain popularity over the decades -- and now they're enjoying a resurgence.
Why the Beautiful Glow in Hong Kong's Waters Is Dangerous
The water along the Hong Kong shore is glowing in the dark, which scientists say is an indicator of a toxin that could devastate marine life.
Supreme Court Will Hear Case on Lethal Injections
In the wake of a botched execution in Oklahoma, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case brought by three death row inmates on lethal injection.
Only in Portland Would the Airport's Carpet Reach Cult Status
Fans are flocking to Portland International Airport to take last-minute selfies with a decades-old aquamarine carpet that is being removed.
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U.S. and Cuba Find 'Diversity of Views' in First Round of Talks
Two women, Roberta Jacobson and Josefina Vidal, have the job of leading negotiations between the U.S. and Cuba.
Saudi Arabia's 'Reformer' King Abdullah Laid to Rest
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, whose policies dramatically drove down the price of oil, was given a simple Muslim burial in line with Saudi tradition.
How Are Footballs Chosen and Certified Before a Game?
All footballs used in the NFL are checked by referees before each game and are marked for use if they're up to league standards.
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Is America's Love Affair With Bacon and Kale Dead?
The latest Zagat survey declares two restaurant trends are over after dominating menus.
'It's So Cool!': Sidecar Dogs Make Easy Riders
A new film features dogs who ride with their owners in sidecars. Why? "Because it's so cool!"
After Oil Spill, Montanans Wait Word on Drinking Water Safety
The residents of Glendive, Montana have been unable to drink water from their taps after a 40,000-gallon oil spill contaminated the Yellowstone River.
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Saudi Arabian King Abdullah Dies at 90
NBC News has confirmed that King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, who came to the throne in 2005, has died.
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