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Cop Was Taken to Hospital After Shooting Michael Brown


Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson was taken to a hospital after he shot Michael Brown, a source told NBC News.






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Cop Was Taken to Hospital After Shooting Michael Brown


Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson was taken to a hospital after he shot Michael Brown, a source told NBC News.






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Hagel Says ISIS Threat 'Beyond Anything We've Seen'


Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the U.S. military involvement in Iraq isn't over because ISIS "clearly poses a long-term threat."






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Pope Francis Calls James Foley's Family


Pope Francis called the family of James Foley, a Vatican spokesperson said






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Federal Judge Strikes Down Florida Gay Marriage Ban


A federal judge on Thursday declared Florida's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.






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Teen Gets 11 Years for Carving Swastika on Boy


In a Portland courtroom Thursday, 16-year-old Blue Kalmbach told the victim in a barely audible voice that he was "very sincerely sorry."
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What Cured the American Ebola Patients?


What cured Ebola patients Nancy Writebol and Dr. Kent Brantly? Probably not the experimental drugs they got, doctors agree.






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'Million-Dollar Question': Will Calm Last in Ferguson?


Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says continued improvement of the security situation prompted his withdrawal order.






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Hamas Admits to Kidnapping and Killing Israeli Teens


A senior Hamas leader has said the group carried out the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teens in the West Bank in June.
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'Thrilled to Be Alive': Ebola Patients Not Contagious


Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were was working with Christian aid organizations in West Africa when they were infected with Ebola.






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Robin Williams' Ashes Scattered Over San Francisco Bay


Oscar winner and legendary comedian Robin Williams was cremated and his ashes were scattered over San Francisco Bay, his death certificate shows.
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Life Lessons From One of the World's Oldest Men


Charlie White, who died at 109, was able to separate the things he could control from the things that he could not.
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Friend of Boston Marathon Suspect Pleads Guilty


A college friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded guilty Thursday to impeding the investigation into the deadly attack.
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When Nature Reigned: 'Genesis' Recalls Earth as It Was


SebastiĆ£o Salgado's new series of photos, opening in New York in September, attempts to show what the world looked like before humans transformed it.
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State Legislatures Move to Stomp Out Federal Gun Laws


Nine states have adopted laws to curtail federal authority over firearms, relying on two constitutional arguments.






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British Militants Dubbed 'The Beatles' Brutalized Syria Hostages


Three Islamist militants with British accents have been dubbed "The Beatles" by hostages taken in Syria.






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ISIS Demanded $132 Million for James Foley's Release


The U.S. tried and failed to rescue Foley in 2012.






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Thousands Still Risk Torture For Helping U.S. in Vietnam


The Vietnam War might seem like ancient history, but thousands still risk arrest and torture for helping the U.S.
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What Charges? Perry Doubles Down After Indictment


Texas Gov. Rick Perry is not letting his indictment stop him from attempting to bolster his image ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
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Ebola Patient Released From Hospital: 'I Am Thrilled to Be Alive'


Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were was working with Christian aid organizations in West Africa when they were infected with Ebola.






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