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Support Pours in to Help 'Operation' Inventor Pay for Surgery
John Spinello created the popular game “Operation” 50 years ago. Today, the 77-year-old man can’t afford to pay for the oral surgery he needs.
Authorities Capture Accused Cop Killer Eric Frein
Officials nabbed suspected cop killer Eric Frein in a hangar at the Pocono Mountain Airport after a 48-day manhunt.
Apple's Tim Cook Is First Fortune 500 to Come Out as Gay
In a written statement, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he is “proud to be gay,” becoming the first CEO of a Fortune 500 Company to publicly come out.
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Brian Williams: Why Scratching Just Makes You Itch More
Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine say the minor pain of scratching an itch produces serotonin, the "pleasure" hormone.
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Louisiana Dem: Race a Source of Obama's Woes in South
“It's been a difficult time for the president to present himself in a very positive light as a leader," she said of the president.
Lawyers Question Elaborate FBI Ruse in Las Vegas Gambling Bust
Like a scene out of a Hollywood movie, FBI agents posed as Internet repairmen as part of a major gambling bust in Las Vegas.
Remembering Former Boston Mayor Tom Menino
Tom Menino, Boston’s longest-serving mayor who led the city through its darkest hour after the Boston Marathon bombings, has died at age 71.
Is the Democratic Party About to Become Party of the Clintons?
Chuck Todd reports on the coming midterm elections and suggests Southern Democrats are leaving Barack Obama behind for Bill and Hillary.
Trick-or-Treaters Could Be in for Cold Halloween Forecast
Millions are keeping an eye on the weather as an arctic blast, the first freeze of the season for many, arrives just in time for Halloween weekend.
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Standoff Continues as Nurse Kaci Hickox Defies Ebola Quarantine
Kaci Hickox, who is refusing to be quarantined after treating patients in West Africa, stepped outside her home in Maine to go for a bike ride.
At Least 4 Dead After Small Plane Crashes Into Wichita Building
A small twin-engine plane crashed into a building at Mid-Continent Airport in Wichita, Kansas, killing the pilot and leaving 5 people injured.
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Ambassador Power Says Volunteers Fighting Ebola Are Heroes
Wrapping up a trip across West Africa, U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power pressed other countries to join the fight against Ebola.
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U.S. Man Who Tried to Join ISIS Pleads Guilty to Terrorism
Donald Ray Morgan of North Carolina acknowledged in interview with NBC News before his arrest that he wanted to join the terror group in Syria.
Feds Say White House Computer Hack Points to Russia
An unclassified White House computer system was hacked earlier this month and feds say there are signs the attack originated in Russia.
All Eyes on World Series Game 7
Kansas City is bursting at the seams of anticipation as the Royals and the San Francisco Giants head into game 7 of the 2014 World Series.
Brian Williams: Why Crash Dummies Are Putting on Weight
Humanetics, the maker of the dummies, will be making a version weighing over 270 pounds because its CEO says obese people are more likely to die in a crash.
Aluminum Part Belonged to Amelia Earhart's Plane
Investigators now believe a section of aircraft recovered from the remote South Pacific more than 20 years ago belonged to Amelia Earhart’s plane.
Funeral Held for Famous Editor-in-Chief Ben Bradlee
The mourners at the National Cathedral in Washington included the Vice President, Secretary of State, assorted Senators and a Supreme Court Justice.
Confusion Over Common Core Math is Causing a Stir
While most agree on the need to enhance student achievement, which is the purpose of common core, there's growing disagreement over how to do it.
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Holder Condemns Leaks About Officer's Grand Jury Testimony
Attorney General Eric Holder condemned leaks he claims are trying to shape public opinion of the Michael Brown killing in Ferguson, Missouri.
Pahoa Lava Flow in Hawaii Threatens Homes
While the surface is hardening and blackening, underneath, the red hot molten lava is actually moving anywhere from 5 to 20 yards an hour.
Chris Christie Scolds Heckler at Hurricane Sandy Event
When a heckler criticized recovery aid after superstorm Sandy as too slow, Governor Chris Christie fired back, telling him to “sit down and shut up.”
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