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Foster Dad Smoked Pot on Day of Hot-Car Death: DA

A Kansas foster father left a 10-month-old girl to die in a hot car while he went in his house to use drugs, a prosecutor alleges.

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Missing Israeli Soldier May Have Been Killed: Hamas

The group's militant wing suggested Second-Lieutenant Hadar Goldin, 23, was killed along with militants in a bombardment.

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Riders Walk the Tracks of Stuck Roller Coaster

No one was hurt when the Nitro at Six Flags Great Adventure simply came to a halt as it was reaching the incline.
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Colorado Issues Driver's Licenses to Immigrants

More than 9,500 people signed up to apply for licenses, but the state devoted only five stations to process the applications.
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'Experiment Failed': Arizona Used 15 Doses in Execution

Joseph Wood's lawyer says the disclosure he was given 15 times the specified dose proves his execution was an unconstitutional "experiment."

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Traditional Sailing Boats Take Off for Netherlands Race

Traditional Frisian sailing boats, known as skutsjes, compete during the final day of the annual race on the Frisian lakes in the Netherlands Friday.
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Watch What This Man Does When His Phone Rings on Live Television

A guest’s attempt to silence his phone after it rang in the middle of a live broadcast was not as subtle as he may have hoped.
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NYPD Chokehold Death Ruled a Homicide

The medical examiner has ruled that a New York police officer's chokehold on Eric Garner caused his death.

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'Spoiled': Ukraine Crash Site Still an Eerie Mess of Wreckage

Two weeks since Malaysia Airlines was shot down by a missile, the crash site remains filled with wreckage and remains that need to be recovered.

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Sheriff's Office Probes Tweet About Facebook Outage

Did someone call the L.A. County Sheriff's Department after Facebook went down? Depends on whom you ask.
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Transit Accidents Injure Dozens in San Francisco

San Francisco transit vehicles got in two accidents, seriously injuring two people and causing minor injuries to more than 50 others.

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Dr. Nancy: What You Need to Know About Ebola

NBC News chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman answers your questions about the deadly Ebola virus and the outbreak in West Africa.
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Auburn QB Marshall Won't Start in Season Opener

The Heisman Trophy frontrunner will not sit as punishment for a marijuana citation earlier in the offseason.
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'Direct Contact': Ebola Doctor Ready for Sick Patients

A doctor who’ll be on the front lines when an American fighting Ebola infection arrives in Atlanta says he’s not worried about getting the disease.

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Millions of 'Sailor' Creatures Invade Beaches

Millions of glassy purple, jellyfish-like sea creatures that look like sailboats have been washing ashore from Oregon to California:
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Magic Marker? 3Doodler Pen Draws Objects in 3-D

Want to create something in 3-D without a 3-D printer? The 3Doodler is a pen that lets you do exactly that.

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Obama: U.S. Takes Ebola Outbreak Seriously

The leaders of Liberia and Sierra Leone, two of the hardest-hit countries, canceled their trips to Washington for next week's U.S.-Africa summit.

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Kidnapped Teen Abigail Hernandez 'Feeling Better'

Home after 9 months, the New Hampshire teen told her local newspaper she's "feeling a lot better every day."
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Obama Signs Cellphone Unlocking Bill Into Law

It just got a little easier to swap cellphone service providers.
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'State of Terror': Israelis Near Airport Lack Iron Dome Protection

As it defends incoming planes from rocket danger, Israel leaves some areas unprotected.



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