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ICYMI: Why Airfares Are Rising Despite Lower Fuel Costs
From soaring airfares to the consequences of “text neck,” here are some highlights from Nightly News this week.
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Two Men Wrongly Convicted of Murder Set Free After 39 Years
After spending decades behind bars for a murder they did not commit, Ricky Jackson and Wiley Bridgeman have been exonerated.
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Ferguson Remains on Edge as Grand Jury Decision Approaches
With demonstrations planned from Ferguson to Boston to San Diego, Attorney General Eric Holder urges calm ahead of the grand jury decision.
Rising Temperatures Could Cause Flooding in Snow-Covered Buffalo
The Buffalo area, now buried under as much as 7 feet of snow, faces the threat of flooding and roof collapses as temperatures begin to rise.
How MIT Engineered an Undefeated Football Team
MIT is a school known for academics, not sports, but its football team - which boasts 17 valedictorians - is making history with an undefeated season.
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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.
Protesters Clash With Police in Mexico Over 43 Missing Students
Thousands of protesters gathered in Mexico City to demand justice for the 43 students who haven’t been seen alive since they were attacked by police.
Immigrants React to President Obama's Immigration Plan
Reactions to President Obama’s executive action, which could spare 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation, are pouring in from both sides.
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What You Need to Know About the Ferguson Grand Jury Process
As the members of the grand jury in Ferguson deliberate, they are living in a community that will be deeply impacted by their decision.
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One Family's 30-Year Wait for Immigration Reform
For the undocumented Castillo family, the president’s actions on immigration reform hit a deep, emotional nerve.
The Royal Dress Code for the Washington Press Corps
New memos about appropriate attire are out in advance of William and Kate’s New York and Washington visit in early December.
Legendary Director Mike Nichols Dies at 83
In a career spanning more than 40 years, the beloved director is among a handful to earn the EGOT: an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony.
Global Obesity Costs Top $2 Trillion, TGI Fridays Holiday Drone
A new McKinsey study says the cost of obesity is now as much as the cost of smoking, while the restaurant chain TGI Fridays ties a mistletoe to a drone.
Some of the Best-selling Minivans Fail Crucial Crash Tests
The Nissan Quest, Chrysler Town & Country, and Dodge Caravan all received poor ratings in a test designed to simulate a common collision type.
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Bill Cosby Refuses to Address Allegations in Previous Interview
In an interview two weeks ago, Cosby is asked about old allegations, but declines to comment and then asks reporter to keep the recording private.
Defective Airbag Maker Takata Faces Grilling on Capitol Hill
Senators heard from a 29-year-old victim who was partially blinded when a defective airbag exploded during an accident last year.
Shooting at Florida State University Injures Three
Police say 31-year-old Myron May, a FSU alum, shot two students and one employee Thursday and was suffering a mental crisis.
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Obama Announces Sweeping Changes to Immigration Policy
In a primetime address, the President proposed allowing nearly five million undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. legally.
Snow Emergency in Buffalo Cuts Off Entire Neighborhoods
Nearly 135 miles of thruway are closed, travel is banned in some areas and snow-covered roofs are now at risk of collapse.
Congressman Asks, A Moat Around the White House?
Acting head of the Secret Service Joe Clancy took questions before Congress about a White House fence jumper, including one about whether a moat would be effective.
New Stem Cell Therapy Helps 'Bubble Baby' Children
UCLA researchers are unveiling a new gene therapy treatment that’s helping children with "Bubble Baby" disease live a normal life.
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