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"Disrespectful": Michael Brown's Mom Slams Wilson

Lesley McSpadden, the mother of slain Ferguson teen Michael Brown, said Wednesday the first public comments from police officer Darren Wilson added "insult after injury," following a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer in the killing. Wilson's account "sounds crazy," Michael Brown Sr. said on NBC's "Today" show. It's "disrespectful," McSpadden explained. Wilson said in his interview that Brown was the instigator of the incident, reaching for Wilson's gun and charging at him. "For one, my son, he respected law enforcement,'' Brown Sr. said. "Two, who in their right mind would rush or charge at a police officer that has his gun drawn? It sounds crazy." Read »
4 hours ago

Nor'easter to Hamper Thanksgiving Travel for Millions

A nor'easter forecast to snarl the Thanksgiving travel plans of millions of Americans began its march up the East Coast early Wednesday, lashing the region with heavy rain, NBC News reported. Forecasters warned the storm would bring up to 12 inches of snow in some areas as it moved north on one of the busiest travel days of the year. The New York, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and Boston metro areas would likely see snow before noon ET and could expect as much as three inches throughout the day, according to Kevin Roth, lead meteorologist at The Weather Channel. The biggest snowfall accumulations were expected in a swath from the Poconos to Maine. Read »
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Heart Surgery

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Officer Wilson: "I Never Wanted to Take Anyone's Life"

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Ferguson Protests Continue Across U.S. for 2nd Day

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Man Set Up Meth Lab in Park Bathroom: Police

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American Ebola Survivors Meet on "Today"

Six American Ebola survivors met for the first time as a group Wednesday on “Today,” discussing their unusual bond and sharing their experiences with the virus. Many thanked Dr. Kent Brantly, one of the first survivors to recover who went on to donate his plasma to most of the others as they recuperated. “He’s a selfless man and he’s like our angel and gave us a second chance at life, that’s how I feel,” said Texas nurse Nina Pham. All the survivors said they had no regrets about the choices they made, whether serving abroad in West Africa or treating Ebola-stricken patients in the United States. “I’m thankful for God’s grace and the second chance and the opportunity just to continue to serve, possibly back in Liberia," Missionary Nancy Writebol said. Read »
17 minutes ago

K-9 Officer and "Best Friend" Released After Surgery for Gunshot Wound

Sunday, Nov 23, 2014 at 3:24 PM
 

We are here to tell America that we will not surrender, we will never give up our rights and we are against all sanctions  

— Hardline students in Iran, demanding on the streets of Teheran on Sunday their government not cave to Western pressures, as negotiators from Iran and the West tried to hammer out a nuclear deal on the eve of a self-imposed deadline.
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Student Organizes Christmas Card Signing for Troops

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Protests Erupt After Ferguson Decision

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EPA Proposes New Limit for Ozone Emissions

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Missing Malaysia Airlines Jet's Engines Likely Intact: Officials

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