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Record Rain Floods North Texas, Prompts Rescues

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Powerful Quake Strikes Off Japan; No Tsunami Warning

Friday, May 29, 2015 at 4:07 PM

Hastert Paid To Hide Sexual Relationship: Official

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O'Malley to Announce Presidential Campaign

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Woman Accused of Running Down, Killing Motorcyclist

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Blatter Criticizes AG Lynch, FIFA Corruption Case

Friday, May 29, 2015 at 9:17 PM

5 More Suspect Anthrax Shipments Identified

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Protesters Face Off at Phoenix "Draw Muhammad" Contest

About 500 people, many of them carrying guns and cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, rallied outside a Phoenix mosque Friday, where they were met by hundreds of counter protesters railing against what they called bigotry and racism. The two sides exchanged heated rhetoric for hours, hurling insults and slogans as a thin line of police officers in riot gear stood between them. Read »
Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 8:00 PM

We don't need revolutions, but we always need evolutions. I am being held accountable for the current storm. OK, I will shoulder it.  

— FIFA president Sepp Blatter speaking to the soccer congress before they voted for a new organization leader. The vote came only two days after top FIFA executives were arrested on corruption charges.
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U.S. Condemns China's "Militarization" of Disputed Islands

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Boehner, Colleagues React to Hastert Allegations

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Dallas Domestic Violence Offenders Hand Over Guns in New Program

Friday, May 29, 2015 at 9:14 PM

Flier Singles Out African-Americans: "Keep Conversation Volume Down"

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Class of 2015: This Year's Best Commencement Speeches

To honor the college graduates saying farewell to campus and into their next big adventures, NBC News compiled some of the best bits of advice from commencement speeches addressed to the class of 2015 around the U.S. "It is my responsibility as a commencement speaker to prepare you for what awaits you in the future," comedian Stephen Colbert told graduates of Wake Forest University. "Here it is: No one has any idea what's going to happen." Michelle Obama told graduates at Tuskeegee University to "seek out the most polarized...places you can find." And at Rutgers University - Camden, Jon Bon Jovi did what he does best: break out his guitar. Read »
Friday, May 29, 2015 at 11:44 PM

Mom Chases iPhone Thief After Son, 6, Punched in Face: Cops