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One Dead, Another Hurt in Shooting at Nordstrom in Chicago


The shooting happened shortly after 8:30 p.m. Friday, a store employee said. A man is dead and a woman was critically wounded.






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Ferguson Demonstrators, Police Clash in Seattle


Tensions flare between protesters and Seattle police following the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting case.






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Portland Cop Asks Young Boy For Hug at Rally for Ferguson


In the midst of an emotional rally this week, a 12-year-old with his own tough past had just the right idea. And it brought comfort at the perfect moment.






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Mom, Son Rob Neighbors on Thanksgiving, Police Say


The break-in in Milford, Conn., occurred after the victims brought the alleged burglars a plate of turkey dinner, the victim's mom said.
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'Stand Up, Don't Shop': Ferguson Protesters Target Black Friday


Protesters in several cities urged shoppers not to buy in wake of the Brown grand jury decision, while business in Ferguson say it's misguided.






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'Stand Up, Don't Shop': Ferguson Protesters Target Black Friday


Protesters in several cities urged shoppers not to buy in the wake of the grand jury's decision not to indict an officer in Michael Brown's death.






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Austin Gunman Dead After Downtown Shooting Rampage


Police say the shooter fired more than a hundred rounds in ten minutes and tried to burn down the Mexican consulate with camping stoves.






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Megachurch Pastor Opens Eyes to Plight of Homeless


Rick Cole, pastor of a Sacramento megachurch, spent two weeks living on the streets as the homeless do, and walked away with a new outlook.






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Beloved Mexican Comedian 'Chespirito' Dead at 85


The slapstick comedy of Roberto Gomez Bolanos, known as "Chespirito," charmed fans from Spain to Argentina for over four decades.






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Liberia Suspends Election Campaigning Over Ebola


Liberia, the nation hardest hit by the worst Ebola epidemic on record, has seen over 3,000 of its citizens killed by the disease.






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Progress Made, But 104K Still in Dark After Storm


Crews restored power to about 70,000 customers in the wake of a nor'easter, but more than 104,000 remained in the dark.
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EXCLUSIVE: Ray Rice, Wife Speak to TODAY's Matt Lauer


After being knocked unconscious, Janay says her first reaction was to be "done" with the relationship.






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Mickey Rourke Wins Boxing Bout in Moscow


Rourke, 62, took on California native Elliot Seymour, a fighter less than half his age. The actor managed to knock Seymour to the canvas twice.






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Ray Rice Eligible to Play Again After Winning Appeal


Rice, the ex-Ravens running back, won an appeal of his indefinite suspension from the league after video surfaced of him assaulting his now-wife.






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Hong Kong Police Crack Down on Protesters


Thousands of pro-democracy activists clashed with police early on Saturday in a bid to reclaim one of the most volatile protest sites.






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Janay Rice: My Apology Followed Ravens' Suggested Script


"I felt that I should take responsibility for what I did. Even though this followed the Ravens' suggested script, I owned my words," Janay Rice said.






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Kids Buried by Snow Plow Heard Rescuers Calling


The boys, 11 and 9, kept each other motivated and awake after a snow plow pushed snow on top of their fort three times, burying them.






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St. Louis Woman Loses Left Eye After Police Run-In


Dornella Conner, 24, had a run-in with police at a St. Louis gas station Tuesday that escalated to her going blind, her father told NBC News.






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Ray Rice Wins Appeal of NFL Suspension


A former judge has rejected the NFL's indefinite suspension of the Ravens running back, but it's unlikely many teams are lining up to sign him.






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Man Killed by His Own Car During Carjacking


A man picking up food for a soup kitchen was run over by his own vehicle during a carjacking in New York and died, Long Island police said.






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