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ISIS Claims Beheading of Japanese Hostage in New Video

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Millions Brace for Another Winter Blast

Another winter blast will hit an area from the Midwest to the Northeast starting Saturday, and could drop up to a foot of snow on Chicago, Cleveland, New York and Boston to make for a messy Monday morning commute, NBC News reported. Meanwhile, a winter storm was still lingering Saturday over New England and dropping additional snow on the region — parts of which was already slammed with up to 3 feet earlier this week. In total, parts of at least 15 states — spanning from Nebraska and eastward to Massachusetts— are under either winter storm watches, warnings and advisories. Read »
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Smoky 7-Alarm Blaze Destroys Brooklyn Warehouse

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What Does the Disneyland Measles Outbreak Mean?

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Atty: Video Shows "Suge" Knight Under Attack

Friday, Jan 30, 2015 at 7:59 AM

Craft Brewers Tackle Super Bowl, Beer's Marquee Event

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Student Who Took Amtrak Upstate From NYC Has Measles: Officials

Tuesday, Jan 27, 2015 at 12:20 PM
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Exhausted Charlie Hebdo Staff Delays Next 2 Issues

Saturday, Jan 31, 2015 at 10:39 AM

Hundreds of Taliban Fighters Join ISIS: Commanders

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Friends, Family Remember Chicago Cubs' Ernie Banks

Saturday, Jan 31, 2015 at 10:57 AM

AirAsia Captain Left Seat Before Jet Lost Control: Sources

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Boston Snow Shoveler Cited in Bid to Move Tsarnaev Trial

Saturday, Jan 31, 2015 at 10:05 AM

Parents: D.C. Teachers Fired for Teaching Black History

Three social studies teachers at a D.C. public charter school were fired for teaching black history lessons beyond what’s in the curriculum, students’ parents told NBC4 Washington. Parents of students at Howard University Middle School say it is unacceptable for a school located on the campus of a historically black university to stifle African-American history lessons. D.C. Council Education Committee member Anita Bonds and Council member Brianne Nadeau are looking into the claims. Bonds' spokesman said the charter school board chairman declined to answer her questions Friday. News4 reached out to school administrators and the D.C. Public Charter School Board several times this week. They promised to release a statement. Read »

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