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Ferguson Shop Owners Fear More Looting


Business owners who saw their stores ransacked worry the two-week anniversary of Michael Brown's death could lead to more trouble.






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Black St. Louis Suburbs Hit With Rash of Ticketing


Ferguson and nearby towns issue as many as a dozen times more tickets for minor offenses than other St. Louis suburbs, inflaming tensions.






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Chinese Fighter Jet Intercepted U.S. Plane: Pentagon


The Pentagon says that at one point in the incident this week, the Chinese jet made a point of showing its weapons.






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Triple Weather Threat: Rain, Heat and Wind


Floods in Chicago and 12 states on storm watch, Triple-digit temperatures heat up the South and wind creates dust storms in Arizona.






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Hillary Clinton Diving Headfirst into 2016


NBC’s Mark Murray discusses why Hillary Clinton’s recent schedule – book signings, a trip to Iowa- may mean she’s running in 2016.






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License to Spill: Ice Bucket OK'd in Dry California


Even in the middle of an historic drought, California's Water Board said the Ice Bucket Challenge isn't against its rules.






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U.S. Sued Over Immigrants' Access to Lawyers


The suit says immigrants detaned in Artesia, New Mexico, are being forced to clean restrooms and retell stories of rape in front of children.






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Washington Company Launches Pot-Infused Soda


A Washington company launches marijuana-infused sodas in an attempt to cash in on recently passed pot laws. KGW's Reggie Aqui reports.






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U.S. Calls ISIS Global Threat, Considers Syria Air Strikes


The White House weighs military strikes against ISIS targets in Syria after calling the group’s beheading of journalist James Foley a terror attack.
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How You Might Win in the War Between Cell Phone Carriers


It’s game on between Sprint and T-Mobile. With a saturated market, they are slashing prices on unlimited plans to try and lure you away from the competition.
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Ferguson Grand Jury Details Revealed


In an unusual step, court officials reveal the racial split among the 12 jurors who will consider criminal charges against Officer Darren Wilson.
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10 Lunchbox Snacks So Good You'll Want to Steal Them


Look no further than the following foods, many of which are Non GMO, organic and completely kid friendly.






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Gaza Mortar Strike Kills Israeli Boy, 4


The military said militants fired the mortar from a United Nations school, in an attack that came a day after an airstrike killed three Hamas leaders.






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West Virginia Crash Spills Chickens, AK-47, Fireworks


The interstate was closed for almost seven hours as authorities rounded up 35 to 40 chickens and examined what they initially thought were explosives.






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Tennessee Death Row Inmates Sue to Block Electric Chair


Eleven condemned prisoners say the state's new backup method for executions could cause excruciating pain.






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Teen Gave Victim Rocks Instead of Gaming System: Cops


A Craigslist crook arranged a gaming system swap in Connecticut but the victims discovered the box was full of stones, police say.






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White House Calls ISIS Killing of Journalist a 'Terrorist Attack'


“When you see somebody killed in such a horrific way, that represents a terrorist attack,” a White House official said.






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Why We Don't Remember When the White House Burned


Why few Americans celebrate the anniversary that cemented our identity as a nation and gave us our national anthem.
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How Architect, Preservationist Berta de Miguel Alcala Inspects Buildings


Architect and preservationist Berta de Miguel Alcala hoists herself hundreds of feet to inspect skyscrapers and landmark buildings.
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Ben Rhodes: James Foley Beheading Represents 'Terrorist Attack'


During the White House press briefing, Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes says that the administrations sees ISIS’ brutal killing of America Journalist James Foley as an attack on the United States.






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