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Years after candidate Barack Obama declared "America failed the people of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast" he returned to the city to hail the recovery.









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The WDBJ station manager on Thursday spelled out the details of Flanagan's troubled year at the station.









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Vester Flanagan had plastered his refrigerator with photos of himself, video provided to NBC News shows.









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The rally in Washington, D.C. is tentatively set for September 9.









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Almost all U.S. kids get at least one vaccine by the time they start school, federal officials reported Thursday. But while a lot of media coverage ha









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The stomach cancer that killed 9/11 survivor Marcy Borders is one of dozens covered by a federal fund for survivors of the attack and disaster that followed.









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Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, one community is trying to keep the city's musical heritage alive by offering affordable housing to local musicians and passing on the tradition to the next generation.









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NBA Legend Darryl "Chocolate Thunder" Dawkins Dies at 58









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Michael Brown, who became the face of federal failures during Katrina ten years ago, is out of the public sector now, but not always out of trouble.









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The jurors — three women and nine men — must ultimately weigh whether the accuser is telling the truth when she testified that Owen Labrie raped her.









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The gunman who shot two journalists to death during a live broadcast had a wig, six magazines of ammunition, and a to-do list in his car.









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An abandoned truck "full of bodies" was found parked on the side of a highway in eastern Austria on Thursday.









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Donald Trump forcefully defended his hair and attacked the New York Times for a front-page report on his adversarial relationship with Spanish-language media during a rally in South Carolina on Thursday.









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Nothing in his background disqualified him from buying a gun.









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Researchers in Germany have found the cause of Knut's untimely demise at the Berlin Zoo in 2011.









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Clinton has long attacked Republicans on women's issues, but her language Thursday is already coming under fire from Republicans.









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Andy Parker says he won't rest, even when the media moves on to Donald Trump.









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Two years after Hurricane Katrina and problem-plagued emergency response, future President Barack Obama promised things would be different.









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The 2016 presidential candidates want you - to see their ads everywhere.









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The research is clear: Typing out your notes results in decreased comprehension of lecture material.









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