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WATCH: Man Interrupts Goodell Conference

A man was removed from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s press conference Friday by security after interruption. “Don’t take me to an elevator!” the man screamed. Several news outlets have identified him as Howard Stern's writer, Benjy Bronk. NBC News has not confirmed his identity. Read »
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Man Arrested in Deadly Gym Attack: Police

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Take the Phone Quiz: iPhone 6 or Android?

With the release of the iPhone 6 and a slew of other new phones now on the market, we've developed this guide to help you determine which phone is right for you. All you have to do is answer a few short questions. Read »

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014 at 3:55 PM

There are bad people on both sides. We need to stay the heck out of their civil war.  

— Sen. Rand Paul during a passionate 45-minute speech on the Senate floor, in which he blasted President Obama’s proposal to arm and train Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS.
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Scotland Remains Part of Britain After Historic Vote

The United Kingdom remained intact Friday after 55.3 percent of Scottish voters rejected independence in a record-breaking national referendum, NBC News reported. The final tally had 'No' with 2,001,926 votes (55.3 percent) while 'Yes' garnered 1,616,989 votes (44.7 percent). More than 84 percent of registered voters turned out. Meanwhile, Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron vowed early Friday to draft laws as soon as January giving Scotland's regional parliament more say over tax, spending and welfare. He also promised to grant a "new and fair settlement" for the other three nations in the U.K. Scottish independence leader Alex Salmond announced his resignation as first minister after the defeat, The Associated Press reported. Read »
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