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Jay-Z Lands Cuban Defector Record $72 Million Deal

The Boston Red Sox won a bidding war for 27-year-old outfielder Rusney Castillo.

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Navel Gazing: Study Reveals the 'Perfect' Belly Button

A misshapen or protruding navel can be a source of embarrassment. A new study is providing doctors a road map to create what may be the “perfect” belly button.

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Where Does ISIS Get Its Money?

Columbia University Assistant Professor and former RAND Corporation analyst, Austin Long, explains how ISIS has used a variety of tactics to fund its violent operation.

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Teen 'Fire Challenge' Stunt Prompts Statewide Alert

Officials are alarmed by Internet videos of youths dousing their bare skin in flammable liquids, like alcohol, and lighting it on fire. Read more: Follow us: @nbcphiladelphia on Twitter | nbcphiladelphia on Facebook
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Life in a Town Where Every Home Must Own a Gun

In a symbolic gesture born of frustration, the town of Nucla, Colorado, passed an ordinance requiring the head of every household to own a firearm.

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Teen Who Survived Two Plane Crashes Achieves Dream

Austin Hatch stepped on the basketball court for the University of Michigan this past Sunday in a moment doctors thought would never happen.
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Annual Burning Man Event Brings Big Bucks to Businesses

Burning Man has turned into a major moneymaker for the local transportation industry in an area that's known for its high concentration of casinos.
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The Race to Save James Foley: The Inside Story

Last November, real, true contact was made – but the conversation was over almost as soon as it began.

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Two New Ebola Cases in Nigeria Traced to Traveler

Nigeria has confirmed two new Ebola cases, the first two to have spread beyond those who had direct contact with the ill traveler from Liberia.
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Guess Which Leader Talked to Putin the Most This Year?

Figures posted online by the Kremlin website and analyzed by NBC News show Obama spoke to Putin just five times since Moscow’s annexation of Crimea.
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Mosque Massacre: Dozens Killed in Iraq Attack

At least 30 Sunni Muslims were killed after prayers Friday when a Shiite militia opened fire at a mosque in Iraq, security sources said.

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Company Recalls Sam's Club Chicken Caesar Salad Kits

A California company has recalled more than 92,000 pounds of chicken Caesar salad kits because they may be contaminated with Listeria.
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Flags Taken in Brooklyn Bridge Mystery Back in U.S.

Police say the two American flags grabbed from the Brooklyn Bridge as part of a flag-swap stunt by German artists are back in the United States.
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Drought Discovery: The West Is So Dry, It's Rising

The historic drought is causing more than dry lawns and skyrocketing water bills. It's also making mountains rise.
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Why Did Ferguson Erupt? The Answer Depends on Your Race

White and black residents of Ferguson, Missouri, tell starkly different stories about their city, its problems, and the Michael Brown shooting aftermath.

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'Happy to Be Healed': Ebola Victim's Sons Share Their Joy

Nancy Writebol's sons, Jeremy and Brian, say that watching their mother battle, then overcome, the Ebola virus has taken them from low to high.

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Read the Final Email ISIS Sent to Foley's Parents

The last time James Foley's parents heard from their son's captors was on Aug. 12. They received this message.

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Why Is Britain a Breeding Ground for ISIS Terrorists?

Britain’s role as a source of jihadis is under the spotlight after the beheading of American James Foley - likely by an ISIS fighter from the U.K.

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Friday's Top 7 News Stories

From the ransom email over journalist James Foley to another calmer night in Ferguson, Missouri, see the stories we’re following.
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$200,000 in Crowdfunding Raised for Cop Who Shot Brown

A crowdfunding campaign launched earlier this week has now raised nearly $200,000 in support of Darren Wilson, his family and any legal fees.



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