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Grocery Workers Call for Boycott to Support Fired CEO


Workers at Market Basket have a clear message to the family controlling the grocery chain: They want their fired CEO back on the job.






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StubHub Ticket Reseller: We're Victim of Cyber Fraud


Arrests and details of the case will be announced in the U.S., Canada and England, authorities say.






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Bloomberg: I'll Prove It's Safe to Fly to Israel


The former New York mayor says the FAA made a mistake when it suspended U.S. flights into Tel Aviv.






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Bloomberg: It's Safe to Fly to Israel and I'll Prove It


The former New York mayor says the FAA made a mistake when it suspended U.S. flights into Tel Aviv.






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Washington Firefighter's Home Burns Down, Again


"Everything we saved the first time around burned this time," says Kassia Daniels-Crump, who's eight months pregnant.






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'This Is It!': Private Journal Details Deadly College Attack


The suspect allegedly wrote in a personal journal that he planned to spare two women who showed him around the campus weeks before the attack.






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'Misguided' Judge Forgiven by Rape Victim's Family


Montana's Supreme Court reprimanded Judge G. Todd Baugh for saying a 14-year-old rape victim was "older than her chronological age."






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Giant Sand Tunnel Buries Beachgoer Alive


Rescuers were unable to save a man who was buried alive when a 10-foot sand tunnel he was digging collapsed.






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White Flags Fly Atop Brooklyn Bridge in Security Breach


The NYPD is investigating who replaced Old Glory with bleached-out American flags atop the Brooklyn Bridge.






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Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Accused of Urinating on Candy Aisle


Manhattan real estate heir Robert Durst accused of urinating on candy display in Texas drug store. KPRC's Amanda Perez reports.






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Supreme Court Green-Lights Arizona Execution


The U.S. Supreme Court is allowing an Arizona execution to go forward amid a closely watched First Amendment fight.






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Wildfire Ravaging Washington Kills One and Destroys 150 Homes


A massive wildfire ripping through Washington has claimed one life and forced thousands more from their homes.






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FAA Bans U.S. Airlines From Flying to Tel Aviv Amid Conflict


For the first time in history, the FAA has halted all flights to Israel for 24 hours after a rocket landed near Ben Gurion International Airport.
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MH17 Crash Raises Questions About Flights Over War Zones


Eastern Ukraine is only one of a handful of hostile or no-fly zones the FAA has mapped out around the world.
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Motherless Baby Manatee on the Mend After Rescue


The goal is to rehab the manatee and return it to the wild.






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Astronauts Visit the White House on Apollo 11 Anniversary


Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin and the late Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon 45 years ago this week.
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California Restricts Tackling in School Football Practice


In the latest effort meant to help reduce concussions and brain injuries, California has passed a law that will limit full-contact practices for youth players.
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Blurry Border: Three Big Immigration Misconceptions


NBC NewsÂ’ Tony Dokoupil breaks down one of the most divisive issues in the country.






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SUV Slams Into AAA Office


Eight injured when driver plows into insurance agency office. KSEE's Raquel Cervantes reports.






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Ohio Man Convicted of Enslaving Woman Gets 30 Years


An Ohio man convicted along with his girlfriend of enslaving a mentally disabled woman for two years through threats and abuse was sentenced Tuesday.






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