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Mother of ISIS Hostage Makes New Plea for Son's Safety

The mother of an American captive threatened with execution by ISIS made a new plea to the group on Twitter for information about how to help her son.

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Frank Mankiewicz, Aide to Robert Kennedy, Dies at 90

Frank Mankiewicz, the press secretary who announced the death of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, died Thursday. He was 90.

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After Ebola Diagnosis, Shrugs and Fear in New York City

Reaction to the news that a doctor tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus in New York was met with indifference to wariness over subway commutes.

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Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola in New York City

A doctor just back from West Africa has tested positive for the Ebola virus at New York City's Bellevue Hospital, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday.

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Parents Back Teen Accused of Plotting to Kill Them

Michigan authorities say 15-year-old girl and her 23-year-old boyfriend plotted to kill her entire family. WDIV's Lauren Podell reports.

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Critics Slam EU's New Deal on 40 Percent Carbon Cut

European Union leaders say they've set a new global standard with a target to cut carbon emissions by 2030 to at least 40 percent below 1990 levels.
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Cabbage Patch Kid: Girl Fights Hunger With Crops

Each night this week, NBC's Nightly News will catch up with the subjects of some of its most popular stories in the "Making a Difference" series.

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'Compelled': Ebola Survivor Tells Why He Went to Liberia

NBC News' Kate Snow sat down with Ebola survivor and NBC News freelancer Ashoka Mukpo on Wednesday. Here are extra excerpts from their interview.

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Brian Williams: Zuckerberg Shows Off His Mandarin Skills

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg told a delighted Beijing audience that his Chinese is "terrible," but that he likes a challenge.
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Amazon Fire Phone Proves to Be an Expensive Flop

Amazon says it recorded a $170 million write-down in the third quarter largely related to its unsold stockpile of Fire smartphones.
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School Shifts Gears After NBC Synthetic Turf Report

After seeing an NBC News report on the potential health risks of artificial turf, a small school outside of Seattle plans to use different material.
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NYPD Cop Attacked With Hatchet, Suspect Shot Dead

The officer was taken to a hospital in serious condition after the 2 p.m. attack in Queens, which left a suspect shot dead by police.
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Microsoft Co-Founder Bumps Ebola Effort to $100 Million

Paul Allen said the money will pay for programs to train doctors and to build special containment units to evacuate any who get infected.

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Single Case of Ebola Confirmed in West Africa's Mali

A 2-year-old girl is the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in Mali, the West African country's health minister said.

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Plane-Copter Collision Kills Three in Maryland

Three people were killed and two were injured in a mid-air collision between a helicopter and a single-engine plane Thursday in Maryland.

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Dying Woman Slams Doc on Assisted-Suicide Remarks

Brittany Maynard says a top palliative care doctor’s remarks about her are “disrespectful and disturbing.”

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Boko Haram Kidnaps Dozens More Girls and Women

U.S. counterterrorism officials say the abductions may have been a response to a widely doubted Nigerian truce announcement.

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Boko Haram Kidnaps Dozens More Young Girls

U.S. officials confirm that the terror group abducted as many as 60 girls and women just a day after the Nigerian government announced a ceasefire.
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Canada Gunman Was Planning to Travel to Syria: Officials

Shooter was attempting to get a passport so he could travel to Syria, official said.

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Arsenic in Gluten-Free Food: How Worried Should You Be?

In the past few months, a focus on the presence of trace amounts of arsenic in rice has been a cause for concern for many. Should you be worried?



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