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After almost two days, the protesters lowered themselves to the Willamette River, clearing the way for the Fennica to continue on its way to Alaska.









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Joseph F. Trustey, 53, and Anna Trustey, 18, were flying to the Midwest for a college visit tour when their plane crashed and caught fire.









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CVS deliberately overcharged some pharmacy customers for generic drugs by submitting claims to their insurance companies at inflated prices, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court.









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An area roughly the size of Alabama has been searched of the coast of Florida after the 14-year-olds disappeared during a boating trip Friday.









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A blue lagoon, a Vatican spiral, a tough toucan and more.









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Hercules and Leo will stay put because chimps aren't "legal persons," a New York judge reluctantly ruled Thursday.









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Fire Chief David Downey told reporters that the dispatcher's handling of a call of a teenager shot was "unforgivable." The dispatcher resigned.









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The man who presided over the Usaamah Rahim terrorism case, helped lead the 2001 Anthrax investigation, and saw the FBI through the Boston bombing trial has announced his retirement today.









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Some 7,000 firefighters are battling 14 large wildfires across California, as triple-digit temperatures and wind gusts pushing flames in unpredictable directions.









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The man, looking frustrated in security video, "mumbled something under his breath as he walked out" of the Rhode Island restaurant, police say.









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The absence of violent unrest has been among the most remarkable aspects of the response to the death of Samuel DeBose.









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A U.S. government map details more than 600 attacks on U.S. government, military and corporate targets, including Google and Lockheed Martin.









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Residents were shocked to discover a deadly new neighbor moved into the building.









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Residents were shocked to discover a deadly new neighbor moved into the building.









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Surveillance video from the Grand Theatre in Lafayette shows John Houser casually buying a ticket, crossing the lobby, and walking toward Theater 14.









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A surveillance camera inside the Grand 16 Theater shows John Russell Houser purchasing a movie ticket and then walking into an auditorium.









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An Ohio father was arrested after a cable installer found the "badly decomposed" body of a child inside a crib at an apartment complex, police said Wednesday.









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New body camera video shows the moments after the fatal shooting of Cincinnati motorist Sam DuBose from the perspective of the other two officers who responded.









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One of the officers working with Ray Tensing captured the incident on his bodycam.









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Experts say it takes a while to get children accustomed to the school sleep routine, so now is the time to start. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.









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