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Tide Turns For Bullied Toddler

Internet rallies to show support for toddler attacked by cyberbullies. WCBD's Travis Rice reports.








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Baby Bust: Feds Raid California 'Maternity Hotels'

The raids targeted three alleged schemes to recruit pregnant women from overseas to have their babies in the U.S.








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Two Georgia Executions on Hold Due to 'Cloudy' Drugs

Kelly Gissendaner has filed new papers with the U.S. Supreme Court a day after her execution was called off because the drugs looked cloudy.



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10 Women, 8 Men Selected as Jurors in Tsarnaev Trial

The 12 jurors and six alternates must appear in Boston federal court Wednesday morning, when opening statement begin.








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Two Georgia Executions on Hold Due to 'Cloudy' Drugs

Kelly Gissendaner has filed new papers with the U.S. Supreme Court a day after her execution was called off because the drugs looked cloudy.








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DOJ Finds Pattern of Biased Justice in Ferguson

The U.S. Department of Justice has completed its investigation of Ferguson, Missouri police, finding chronic violations of citizen's civil rights.








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These 911 Operators Log Calls While Walking on Treadmills

"Obviously, you're working, but you feel like you've actually worked out in a sense — you're walking," said dispatcher Katie Fischer.








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Man Found Hiding in JetBlue Cockpit at NYC Airport

The JetBlue ground crew found the 26-year-old New Jersey after the flight landed just before 2 a.m. He allegedly said people wanted to "jump" him.








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Google Street View Visits The Amazon Jungle

Google has teamed up with a Brazilian NGO that aims to promote conservation in the Amazon jungle, providing us with the Amazon Street View.








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State Dept.: Clinton Gave Us 'What She Had' From Personal Email Account

U.S. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf talks to reporters Tuesday about Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email account while conducting official government business.



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Obamacare Faces Tough Test in Supreme Court Challenge

The court will hear a challenge this week to the president's signature healthcare policy that could deal it a crippling blow if upheld.








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Lawyer Speaks of Snowden's Desire to Return to USA

Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena speaks of Snowden's legal issues








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Skid Row Shooting Protesters Rally at LAPD HQ

Protesters rally at Los Angeles police headquarters in reaction to the fatal shooting of a homeless man by police on Skid Row.








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Obama: Netanyahu Speech 'Nothing New,' Didn't Provide 'Viable Alternatives' on Iran

President Obama reacts to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress Tuesday.








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Paralyzed Pit Bull Walks Again with Prosthetic Paw

An Arkansas dog left for dead in a ditch after being hit by a car, overcomes paralysis, and learns to walk again with the help of a prosthetic paw. KARK's Melissa Schroeder reports.








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Tamir Rice's Mom Wants Cleveland To Apologize

The mother of slain Cleveland boy Tamir Rice said she wants the city to say it's sorry for police shooting him, not for insensitive legal remarks.








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FDA: Antibiotic Linked to Nerve Damage

A North Carolina woman who suffered a series of extreme side effects from using Levaquin, joins the effort to pull the medication. The FDA says more than 1,200 people have died, and almost 100,00 have suffered side effects from the drug. WCNC's Michelle Boudin reports.



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Tamir Rice's Mother: Yet to Recieve Apology from City, Police for Son's Death

The family of Tamir Rice, including his mother Samaria Rice, and their attorneys Benjamin Crump and Walter Madison respond the city of Cleveland's claim that the 12-year-old boy was responsible for his own shooting death.



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911 Dispatchers Step it up at Work

Oregon 911 dispatchers are testing new treadmill desks as they take calls. KGW's Kyle Iboshi reports several users report feeling healthier, with better concentration and awareness.








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Doctors Moonlighting as Dermatologists Cause Harm

A growing number of doctors who are not board-certified dermatologists are performing cosmetic procedures after weekend courses.








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