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Family Detentions Revived by Border Crisis

Two ICE detention centers opening as new data shows family arrivals at border grew five times as fast as unaccompanied minors last year.

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Husband Awoke From Surgery Without Penis: Lawsuit

"We intend to defend all counts aggressively," spokeswoman for Alabama hospital's parent company says.

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This Governor Makes Half as Much as One Jail Warden

Fiscally conservative group says 1,803 local government employees outside of New York City have been paid more than governor's salary in past year.

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Awe-Inspiring Aerial Images of Washington Fire

Aerial photos and helicopter and drone video reveal a charred landscape encompassing more than a quarter-million acres of Washington state.

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DNA Samples Scrutinized in Hunt for Flag Fiends

Investigators are running license plate numbers, scouring social media and collecting DNA as they track who climbed the Brooklyn Bridge.

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'Creepy' Dolls on Doorsteps Mystery Solved

While residents said they felt creeped out and "disturbed," investigators learned that the woman's intentions were pure.

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Southwest Is Sucking Its Groundwater Dry: Researchers

New research shows groundwater in the southwestern United States dropping precipitously over the past five years.

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Man Mistakenly Shot in Dorner Manhunt to get $1.8M

The Redondo Beach man was on his way to go surfing when he ran into two Torrance, Calif., police officers hunting for a murderous ex-LAPD officer.

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Watch Cops Track Down Suspected Carjacker

Heavily armed carjacking suspects lead Colorado police on wild multi-vehicle chase. KUSA's Steve Staeger reports.

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Debris From Teen Pilot's Plane Found Off American Samoa

Two days after Haris Suleman's body was found, crews were still searching for his father after their plane crashed during a round-the-world voyage.

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Louisiana Residents Cope With Floods

Residents living along Louisiana's Houston River might consider flooding a major inconvenience, but one woman is making the best of it. KPLC's Lee Peck reports.

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Porcelain Dolls Resembling Daughters Appear at Homes

Somebody is leaving dolls at Southern California homes, which families say each bear a striking and creepy resemblance to their young daughters.

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17 Siblings Share $20 Million Lottery Jackpot

Seventeen brothers and sisters opted for a lump sum and will share their $14 million winnings.

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17 Siblings Will Split $20 Million Lottery Jackpot

John Endreson lost much of his home in Hurricane Sandy. He says his share of his the family's winnings will help him finish rebuilding his home and make it a bit easier to retire once he's ready.

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Why 7 Hours of Sleep a Night May Be the Magic Number

Many experts generally recommend 8 hours of sleep a night for adults, but new research shows that may not be the optimal amount for everyone.

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Tornado Kills at Least 2 at Virginia Campground

An EF-1 tornado tore through a campground in Virginia filled with families on vacation, leaving at least 35 injured.
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Washington State Wildfires From a Bird's Eye View

NBC NewsÂ’ Jacob Rascon captures the extent of the devastation in Washington state from the perspective of a helicopter.
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Botched Arizona Execution Raises Questions About Death Penalty

Another U.S. execution went awry when the execution of inmate Joseph Wood in Arizona took nearly two hours.

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45 Years Later: Remembering the Apollo 11 Homecoming

The three men who made a giant leap for mankind returned home from their mission to the moon 45 years ago.

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Detroit Porch Shooter: I Didn't Know Gun Was Loaded

A Detroit man on trial in the shooting death of Renisha McBride, 19, initially told police he didn't know his shotgun was loaded.



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