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Obama Plays Soccer With Japanese Robot


President has some fun with humanois robot "Asimo" in Tokyo








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Teen Stowaway's Dad Speaks: He Was Homesick for Africa


The father of the teen stowaway who flew to Hawaii in the wheel well of a plane speaks out for the first time, saying his son wanted to return to Somalia.








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KNOW IT ALL: Thursday's Top 6 Stories at NBC News


Good morning, and happy Thursday! Here are some of the stories we're following today:1. Afghan officer kills three Americans at hospitalThe attack at the CURE Hospital in Kabul today is the second this month in which a member of the Afghan security forces gunned down civilians.







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FDA Proposes First E-Cigarette Rules


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed asserting its authority over new tobacco products on Thursday, including e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco and nicotine gels.







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Space Elevator Closer to Liftoff With New Cable


Nerdwatch: Professor Matteo Pasquali recently unspooled one of the longest carbon nanotube fibers from his lab in Rice University. One of the many possible uses for the super-strong, conductive fiber could be to build an elevator to space that would replace rocket technology.








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Blue Angels Commander Tolerated Hostile Work Environment: Navy


An investigation into alleged misconduct by the former commander of the Navy’s elite flying show squadron — the Blue Angels — reveals he tolerated potential violations of sexual harassment, hazing and equal opportunity policies, the Navy said.The commander, Capt.







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Pro-Russian Separatists Slain During 'Anti-Terrorism' Drive


Ukrainian troops continued their push Thursday to wrest back control of the east of the country from pro-Russian militias, clearing several towns and checkpoints manned by the separatists.







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Virtual Baby Quail Tops Nikon Contest's Video Menu


You can see the insides of a tiny quail in its egg, slice by virtual slice, in an amazing video that took top honors in the third annual Nikon Small World in Motion competition.







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Amy Poehler: 'Parks' Finale Ends With 'a Very Exciting Last Moment'


"Parks and Rec" signs off Thursday night with an episode that sets up its final season with a surprise, says star and executive producer Amy Poehler.








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Brits on Alert as Russian Destroyer Approaches U.K.


The British navy is closely monitoring a Russian destroyer that approached its waters, it said in a statement.The destroyer Vice Admiral Kulakov, seen in the foreground above, was tracked by HMS Dragon, a U.K. Royal Navy destroyer, as it passed the north coast of Scotland.







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Barack Obama Says More U.S. Sanctions Are 'Teed Up' Against Russia


More U.S. sanctions against Russia are "teed up" and ready to be put in place if Moscow does not honor a peace deal on Ukraine, President Barack Obama said Thursday.The U.S. and Russia signed an accord in Geneva last week committing to a plan to solve the crisis by diplomatic means.







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No Charges in Heiress Huguette Clark's $300 Million Fortune


NEW YORK — The Manhattan district attorney has closed the well-publicized investigation of the handling of the $300 million fortune of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark — without charging anyone with a crime.







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Marooned Snorkelers Rescued in Australia After Scrawling SOS in Sand


Five marooned snorkelers were rescued after the huge "SOS" message they scrawled in a sandbar was spotted by a helicopter.The group was winched to safety after their boat broke its anchor and drifted while they were exploring a rocky outcrop off Australia's Whitsundays Islands on Monday.







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South Korean Ferry Tragedy Spawned by Twists of Fate


In every disaster, numerous, often unconnected elements combine like atoms smashing together to create chaos and death. South Korea's worst disaster in decades was no different. It was the perfect storm.







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South Korea Ferry Crew: We Were Ordered to Abandon Sinking Ship


A crew member on the sunken South Korean ferry said on Thursday she and her colleagues were "under command" to abandon ship while passengers were trapped on board.The unidentified crew member spoke briefly to reporters on the way from court back into detention.







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Three Americans Slain at CURE Hospital in Kabul


KABUL, Afghanistan - A rogue cop shot and killed at least three Americans at a children's hospital in the Afghan capital on Thursday, officials said.The attack is the second time this month a member of the Afghan security forces has turned a gun on foreign civilians.The U.S.







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South Korea Ferry Watchdog Raided in Corruption Probe


South Korean prosecutors said on Thursday that they had raided the shipping safety watchdog as part of their expanded investigation following the fatal sinking of the Sewol ferry.







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Three Americans Slain at Hospital in Kabul, Afghan Cop Says


KABUL, Afghanistan - A rogue cop shot and killed at least three Americans at a children's hospital on Thursday, a police chief in the Afghan capital told NBC News.The attack is the second time this month a member of the Afghan security forces has turned a gun on foreign civilians.







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Penguins Blow Three-Goal Lead, Fall in OT to Blue Jackets


The Blue Jackets scored with 22 seconds left to tie it and then score only a couple minutes into OT to stun the Penguins and tie the series at 2-2.








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Miami Heat Survive 'Pedestrian Performance' vs. Bobcats


The Bobcats came close, but the Heat held on late in the fourth quarter to take a 2-0 lead to Charlotte.








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