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Thousands of Porch Lights On for Boy's Fallen Vet Dad
On Friday night a little boy in Tennessee got his wish. Thousands of lights were switched on across the country and around the world at his request.
Flight Cancellations Continue in Chicago Days After Fire
The FAA chief has ordered a review of security and contingency plans nationwide after a fire left an air traffic control mess in Chicago.
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Meet Chelsea Clinton's Adorable Baby Girl
New parents Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky left the hospital Monday with their newborn daughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky.
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Illness Causing Paralysis in Colorado Children Still a Mystery
The CDC is investigating whether reports of paralysis in 10 children could be connected to the outbreak of Enterovirus 68.
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Fence-Jumper Got Deeper Into White House Than First Reported
A man who jumped the White House fence earlier this month made it deeper into the president's home than previously thought.
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Syrian Refugees Watch ISIS Attack Their Homes
Richard Engel reports from the Turkish border near the Syrian town of Kobani, where ISIS militants are advancing.
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What the Intelligence Community Knew About ISIS
President Obama is facing backlash after saying the intelligence community 'underestimated' ISIS.
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Hong Kong's 'Umbrella Revolution' Gains Momentum
Thousands of protesters, mostly students, swarmed the streets in Hong Kong, some carrying umbrellas for protection from police.
Rescuers Face Dangerous Conditions on Japanese Volcano
Mt. Ontake erupted Saturday without warning, killing at least 36 people.
ATM Fees Climb to Record Highs
ATM and overdraft fees have surged to new heights, according to a new survey by Bankrate.
Coming Up on NBC Nightly News (September 29)
Brian Williams previews Monday night’s broadcast.
Chocolate Is a Bittersweet Way of Life in Ghana
With the appetite for chocolate at an all-time high, this should be a time of prosperity for cocoa farmers. But it's not.
Authorities Search Pennsylvania Mountains for Eric Frein
The search for Eric Frein enters its third week and officers are combing the woods hoping to track down the alleged killer down.
Spinosaurus Is the Holy Grail of Dinosaur Hunting
This pre-historic monster ruled the land and may also have been king of the water.
Synthetic Drug Cloud 9 Linked to Several Hospitalizations
Cloud 9 is a legal drug that’s become popular in some high schools, leaving parents wondering how to combat it.
Investigators Try to Determine What Caused Deadly Bus Crash
There are questions about what triggered an 18-wheeler to drift over rumble strips and crash into a bus carrying a softball team, killing students.
Rescuers Search for Victims After Volcano Erupts in Japan
Japanese rescuers resumed operations and at least 31 people died after Mount Ontake erupted Saturday.
Obama: ISIS Is Stronger Than We Realized
President Obama says the U.S. initially underestimated ISIS' strength and he's trying to build a multinational force to combat it.
Ferguson Police Officer Shot
Authorities don't believe the officer’s shooting was connected to protests surrounding Michael Brown's death.
Coming Up on NBC Nightly News (September 28)
Lester Holt previews Sunday night’s broadcast.
Bus Crash Kills Four Texas College Softball Teammates
A semi-truck slammed into a bus that was carrying North Central Texas College's female softball team.
Rare Enterovirus D68 Typically Develops Like Bad Cold
The enterovirus mimics cold and polio symptoms and has health officials on alert.
British Jets Begin Airstrikes Against ISIS
The U.S. warns that the fight against ISIS could last for years and airstrikes alone won’t win the battle.
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