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NFL Cracks Down on Domestic Violence With New Policy
The NFL announced sweeping changes to its domestic violence policy following criticism of Ray Rice's punishment.
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Storms on Both Coasts Kick Up Dangerous Surf, Epic Waves
While Tropical Storm Marie continues to send waves crashing on the West Coast, Hurricane Cristobal on the East Coast has claimed at least six lives.
'What Were You Thinking?' Little Boy Reacts to Mom's Big Secret
This little boy is not pleased that he’s going to be a big brother for a second time.
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After Rice, NFL increases domestic violence bans
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced tougher penalties for players accused of domestic violence.
President Obama Addresses Two Escalating World Crises
President Barack Obama said that 'we don’t have a strategy yet' when it comes to defeating ISIS in Syria.
Why Abercrombie & Fitch Is Getting Rid of Logos
Once the leader of the teen clothing world, Abercrombie & Fitch is dropping logos from its clothes amid declining sales.
Joan Rivers Remains Hospitalized After Surgery Complications
Comedian Joan Rivers was rushed to the hospital after she reportedly stopped breathing during throat surgery.
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First Human Trials of Experimental Ebola Vaccine to Begin
The U.S. will begin human trials of an Ebola vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline as the death toll from the disease rises in West Africa.
Program Encourages Kids to Build, Play the Old-Fashioned Way
Kids today seem to be born with a fluent understanding of iPads, but can they use a hammer?
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Back to School, but Without Vaccines?
As kids across the country head back to school, a growing number may walk through the doors without first getting vaccines.
For SoCal Surfers, Tropical Storm Marie Means Surf's Up
Southern California beaches were crowded by surfers looking to ride some epic waves.
Tropical Storm Marie Kicks Up Surf in California
Tropical Storm Marie hasn’t been deemed a threat to the U.S., but beach communities along the West Coast are seeing historic waves.
Nine-Year-Old Accidentally Kills Instructor With Uzi
The Sheriff’s Department has released chilling video detailing the accidental shooting death of an instructor during a lesson at a firing range.
Officials: American Killed While Fighting for ISIS Wasn't Alone
An estimated 70 to 100 Americans have gone to Syria to join ISIS or other militant groups, U.S. officials say.
As Vaccinations Among Kids Decline, Disease Outbreaks Grow
All fifty states require vaccinations for children going to public school, but nearly every state allows for religious exemptions.
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Is the Government Looking for Pot Farmers?
The National Institute of Health is seeking “bidders” who can “harvest, process, analyze, store and distribute cannabis” for research purposes.
'Cops' Crew Member Killed by Officers During Filming
An audio technician on the long-running television show “Cops” was killed in a police shootout during the filming of a robbery.
Decorated Veteran Is Oldest Ball Boy on U.S. Open Court
Turn on this year’s U.S. Open and among the balls, rackets, and tennis pros, you’ll notice something a little different.
Michael Brown Shooting
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Alleged New Evidence Emerges in Police Shooting of Michael Brown
A quick series of gunshots can be heard in the background of the alleged recording.
Major Cleanup Begins in Napa Amid Series of Aftershocks
A 3.9 magnitude aftershock, the largest yet, jolted the region as cleanup efforts begin.
Hurricanes Marie and Cristobal May Bring Rough Surf
The two storms are expected to steer clear of the U.S., but likely to create rough and dangerous surf on both U.S. coasts.
American Killed While Fighting for ISIS in Syria
As the Pentagon plans for potential U.S. airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, we’re learning about two young Americans caught up in the conflict.
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