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Infographic: Food Prices Continue Their Climb


It's likely you've notice some creeping up in food prices while digging for extra dollars at your local supermarket checkout lane.







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Runaway Carriage Barrels Through Georgia Street


A horse-drawn carriage flew through a Savannah, Ga., street this week after the horse got spooked and took off running. None of the passengers, who jumped off after the horse slowed down, were seriously hurt.








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Burglar Shown Creeping Through Nursery on Video


Cameras revealed a burglar walking from room to room inside a Houston-area home, pausing inches away from a toddler asleep in his crib. Police want the public’s help to track down the suspect.








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Boston Police Detonate Two Backpacks Near Marathon


Near the scene of last year’s bombings at the Boston Marathon, Boston police detonated two suspicious backpacks, and a man was taken into custody at the scene. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.








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Wild Weather Whiplash Brings Record-Low Temps


An unusual cold snap has millions waking up to record-low temperatures. In some parts of the Northeast there’s a fresh coating of snow.








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Massive Gray Whale Washes Up On Oregon Beach


Residents of Seaside, Oregon are cringing from the smell of a 40-foot dead and decomposing gray whale that floated onto the beach. KGW's Kyle Iboshi Reports.








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Infographic: Food Prices Continue its Climb


It's likely you've notice some creeping up in food prices while digging for extra dollars at your local supermarket checkout lane.







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KNOW IT ALL: Wednesday's Top Stories at NBC News


Good morning, and happy Wednesday. Here are some of the stories we're following today:1. Ferry capsizes off South Korea, hundreds still missingA ferry carrying nearly 300 people, mostly high school students, sunk as it traveled to the southern tourist island of Jeju.







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Rotting Whale Harpoons Gawkers in Small Oregon Town


The stench of a rotting gray whale carcass hasn't kept the 40-foot beast from becoming the star attraction on an Oregon beach after washing ashore Tuesday.“It reaks,” Greg Dyer, a Seaside, Ore., resident, told NBC News’ partner KGW.







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Mid-April Freeze to Chill Millions as Far South as Louisiana


An unusual cold snap will have people as far south as Louisiana reaching for their winter coats Wednesday.A mass of cold air that saw temperatures in the Plains plummet below freezing Tuesday has now shifted east and will hang over a large area of the inland U.S.







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Former Komen Honcho Faces New Flap in Senate Bid


In the battle for a U.S. Senate seat in Georgia, one candidate is getting schooled in what not to say.The drama started with a diss: Republican candidate David Perdue knocked Republican rival Karen Handel for not having a college degree. "There's a high school graduate in this race, OK?

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Snapshot: Hate Crime in America, by the Numbers


Hate crime and the toxic ideology spread by groups that traffic in the language of racial, sexual or religious superiority are again drawing attention in the wake of Sunday’s deadly attack outside two Jewish centers in Kansas.But who are these groups and what are they trying to achieve?







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Kansas Jewish Center Shootings Reveal New Dangers of 'Lone Wolves'


“Hate groups” that call for discrimination or violence based on race, religion or sexual orientation are rightly considered dangerous, but it is the “lone wolf” attacker inspired by their venomous messages that poses the greatest threat of mayhem, experts say.







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Boston Scare Triggered by Rice Cooker, Media Backpack: Officials


One of the two unattended backpacks that sent emergency crews scrambling to the finish line of the Boston Marathon was likely a hoax and the other was left behind by a media outlet, Boston authorities said Tuesday night.







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Caught On Camera: Arizona Boy's Special Surprise


An Arizona boy is brought to tears when his deployed soldier-father makes surprise appearance at NBA game.








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Michael Bloomberg Announces $50 Million Project to Fight Gun Violence


Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to spend at least $50 million this year to combat gun violence in the United States through a new lobbying group, Everytown for Gun Safety.







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White Sox Don 'Boston Strong' Shirts on Attack Anniversary


It's been one year since the Boston Marathon bombings claimed the lives of three people and injured hundreds more.








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NCAA OKs Unlimited Meals and Snacks for Division I Athletes


Several weeks ago, UConn senior point guard Shabazz Napier said, “there are hungry nights that I go to bed and I’m starving.”








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Boylston Street Evacuated After Backpacks Found at Marathon Finish Line


Police, fire and bomb squad crews investigating several unattended backpacks blocked off a city street Tuesday night near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on the anniversary of the bombing that killed three people at the famous race, authorities told NBC News.







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Boston Marathon Finish Line Evacuated After Backpacks Found


—NECNA man was detained Tuesday night after the area near the Boston Marathon finish line was evacuated due to unattended backpacks.A police officer told NECN's Kathryn Sotnik that there are a couple of backpacks left unattended by the finish line.







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