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A major storm taking aim at the East Coast could cause major delays for millions of Americans traveling over the holiday.
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Ferguson Grand Jury Finds No Probable Cause to Indict Officer
The seven men and five women who make up the grand jury deliberated amid protests and intense local and national scrutiny.
UVA Asks Police to Investigate Sexual Assault Allegations
After a report in Rolling Stone magazine about an alleged gang rape of a freshman at Phi Kappa Psi, the University of Virginia suspends fraternities.
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Brian Williams: 'Friend for Life' Tags Along on Extreme Race
The dog, now named Arthur, walked and swam alongside the adventurers throughout their South American journey -- after they fed him a meatball.
Chuck Hagel Steps Down as Defense Secretary
The White House and the Pentagon say Hagel offered to resign, but senior defense officials tell NBC News he was forced out.
Law Gives Wide Latitude to Grand Jury in Ferguson Case
Only 9 votes on the 12-person jury were needed to agree on a decision to indict.
Brokaw, Streep, Ethel Kennedy Among Medal of Freedom Honorees
On Monday, President Obama bestowed the nation’s highest civilian honor on 18 Americans, including NBC’s Tom Brokaw.
Army Veteran Salutes Flag on Highway Overpass in Utah
A retired Army pilot from the 3rd Armored Cavalry said he stood for an hour saluting on a highway overpass to call attention to veterans everywhere.
Rockefeller Family to Leave 30 Rock
The family who built 30 Rockefeller Center and changed midtown Manhattan during the Depression is moving out of the landmark building.
Iran Nuclear Talks Deadline Extended to July 2015
Talks aimed at getting Iran to curb its nuclear program have been extended until July 1, 2015, after the U.S. and Iran failed to reach a deal.
Where the Weather Will Impact Thanksgiving Travel Most
A major storm is predicted to hit the East Coast on the eve of Thanksgiving, threatening to impact travel for millions.
Buffalo Residents Prepare for Flooding as Snow Begins to Melt
Residents in the Buffalo area are bracing for flooding after a winter storm dumped more than 7 feet of snow in some places.
Heavy Snowfall Leads to Flooding Threat
Western New York is bracing for flooding following a heavy snowfall.
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Ferguson Anxiously Prepares for Grand Jury's Indictment Decision
As Ferguson, Missouri, waits to hear whether Darren Wilson will be indicted, many are asking for calm, regardless of the outcome.
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Sexual Assault Claims Mount Against Bill Cosby
More women have come out to say Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them, but the comedian remains silent.
UVA Suspends Fraternities Amid Gang Rape Allegations
The University of Virginia has suspended fraternities, and authorities will investigate sexual assault claims.
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Where Heroin Begins
Take a look at the where heroin is birthed long before it hits the streets.
Marion Barry Dead at 78
The controversial and colorful former Washington D.C. mayor Marion Barry died.
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Blues Legend Buddy Guy Helps Nurture Music's Next Generation
Buddy Guy and one young musician have forge a bond as sweet as a melody.
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Paralyzed Marine With Robotic Leg Braces Receives Bronze Star
Capt. Derek Herrera, who was paralyzed from the waist down from a sniper’s bullet, walked with robotic leg braces to accept the Bronze Star.
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MIT's Undefeated Football Team Has Brains and Brawn
With a less-than-stellar history dating back to the late 19th century, football isn’t quite the draw here at MIT as it might be at Big State U.
Bronze Star Paralyzed Marine Walks Again With Robotic Help
A Marine who was left paralyzed by a sniper's bullet in Afghanistan fulfilled a wish to walk again, with the help of robotic leg braces.
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