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Save the Date: SCOTUS Schedules Gay Marriage Argument

The Supreme Court has set April 28 as the date for historic arguments on gay marriage.








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Ringling Bros. Stamping Out Iconic Elephant Acts

The iconic circus announced Thursday that it is phasing out its elephants in North America.








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What Happened When a Vegas Showgirl Was Invited to Prom?

Las Vegas showgirl Mariah Rivera said she would go to prom with high school student Austin Moore, but only if he got 10,000 retweets on Twitter.








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Drivers Stranded as Latest Winter Storm Socks Kentucky

The governors of Mississippi, Alabama, West Virginia and New Jersey have all declared states of emergency ahead of the next round of winter misery.








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What We've Learned From Hillary Clinton's Email Scandal

The Clintons and their supporters haven't changed their ways.



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Germany's #Watergate: Spy Agency's HQ Targeted, Flooded

Thieves dismantled and removed several water faucets at the construction site for the new massive headquarters of Germany's BND foreign intelligence service.








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Syracuse Frat Suspended After Suspected Hazing

Police said one student was diagnosed with severe frostbite.



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N. Korea Calls Knife Attack on U.S. Ambassador 'Punishment'

North Korean state media called the knifing of the U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert a "deserved punishment."








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Ferguson Protesters Square Off With Cops After DOJ Report

Protesters and police squared off in Ferguson, Missouri, following a Department of Justice report prompted by the shooting of Michael Brown.








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Facing Tsarnaev a 'Step Forward,' Says Boston Survivor

Rebekah Gregory said her palms were sweaty before she entered the Boston courtroom Wednesday and noted she cried while testifying.








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Hillary Clinton Breaks Silence on Email Scandal

Hillary Clinton said Wednesday night she has asked the State Department to release all of her emails from her four years as secretary of state.








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Thursday's Top 6 Stories at NBC News

From a knifing attack on the U.S. ambassador to South Korea to Hillary Clinton offering up her government emails, see the stories we're following.



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'Very Close': Iran's Foreign Minister Discusses Nuke Deal

NBC's Ann Curry discussed Iran's nuclear program, Iran's relationship with Israel and other issues during a one-on-one exclusive interview with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif.








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Bad News: Another Storm. Good News: 'Nice Break' Looms

The governors of Mississippi, Alabama, West Virginia and New Jersey have all declared states of emergency ahead of the next round of winter misery.








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Russia Launches Military Exercises in Disputed Areas

Large-scale military exercises have started in southern Russia and in disputed territories on the country's borders.








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Footage Captures Frantic Moments After Lippert Attacked

Mark Lippert was escorted away from the scene with deep knife wounds to his face and wrist as his assailant, identified as Kim Ki-jong, was detained.








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Lotto Winner Sued by Store Owner Who Sold Ticket

A woman who won $1 million from the lottery has been slapped with a lawsuit by the liquor store owner who sold her the winning ticket.



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Boy Scouts Exempt From Utah Bill to Protect Gays

New legislation in Utah would protect LGBT people from discrimination at work and in housing, but would allow an exemption for the Boy Scouts.








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'Jihadi John' Escaped U.K. in Back of Truck: Sources

The man believed to be the black-clad ISIS militant believed he was on a watch list and arranged his escape from Britain, sources said.








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'Very Close': Iran's Foreign Minister on Nuclear Talks

NBC's Ann Curry discussed Iran's nuclear program, Iran's relationship with Israel and other issues during a one-on-one exclusive interview with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif.








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