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Holocaust Survivors Return to Auschwitz 70 Years Later
On the eve of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a group of 21 Holocaust survivors return to the place where they lost so much.
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New York City Subway Suspends Service Ahead of Historic Blizzard
Millions of people scrambled to get out of New York City on Monday ahead of a historic blizzard that could bury the city in up to 2 feet of snow.
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Governors Order Emergency Travel Bans as Blizzard Nears
The governors of five Northeastern states have declared states of emergency Monday as a potentially historic blizzard approaches the area.
Drone Crashes Inside White House Grounds
A man told the Secret Service that he lost control of a drone that crashed into a tree on the South Lawn of the White House.
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Shoppers Load Up on Bread, Beer and Bubble Bath Before Blizzard
As a potentially historic blizzard approaches the Northeast, panic-stricken shoppers are emptying the shelves at grocery stores across the region.
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'We Are Alive': Auschwitz Survivors Return After 70 Years
Tearful and defiant, survivors returned to the gates of Auschwitz Monday to mark the 70th anniversary of the concentration camp's liberation.
Amazing Video of Single Engine Plane Parachuting to Safety
The Cirrus SR-22 ran out of fuel near Maui, Hawaii, and the pilot is in good condition after being rescued.
Joan Rivers' Death
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Joan Rivers' Daughter Files Lawsuit Against New York Clinic
Melissa Rivers has formally filed a lawsuit against the doctors at a New York clinic where her mother, Joan Rivers, died during a throat procedure.
Ten Dead After Greek F-16 Fighter Jet Crashes in Spain
At least 10 people were killed and several others injured, including as many as six Americans, when a Greek F-16 fighter jet during a NATO exercise.
FBI Charges Three in Russian Spy Ring Case in New York
The Justice Department has charged three men with spying for the Russian government in the New York area, but two have already left the country.
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Worst of Historic Blizzard Still to Come for Northeast
NBC's Al Roker has the latest forecast for the Northeast as a potential record-breaking blizzard bears down on millions of Americans.
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Northeast Blizzard Cripples Air Travel
Airlines have canceled thousands of flights into and out some of the busiest airports in the country as a historic blizzard approaches the Northeast.
NFL Pro Bowl Kicks Off With Twists
The NFL Pro Bowl will look different from how it has in the past with a narrower goal posts and other changes.
2015's Top Super Bowl Ad Could Be Amateur-Made
How Investigators Learn How to Examine Plane Crashes
A facility at the University of Southern California is where examiners learn just how to dissect plane crash scenes.
Obama and Indian PM Seize on Personal Bond
President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced progress on climate change.
The Santa Ana Winds Leave Thousands Without Power
Heavy winds in California leave more than 50,000 without power.
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Possibly Historic Blizzard to Usher In Impossible Travel
The Northeast is preparing for a snowstorm that will drop several feet in some places.
'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.
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.
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