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Can the Military Help Cops Boost Their People Skills?

A military-led research project meant to improve modern warfighters' social skills might also help police officers overcome public distrust.

Cops Keep Mistaking Man for Alleged Killer Frein

A Pennsylvania man says he has an unfortunate doppelganger: The man being sought for allegedly shooting to death a state trooper some five weeks ago.

Canadian MP Describes Chaos in Ottawa

Liberal Member of Parliament Scott Simms says at first he thought the noise was part of a ceremony but once he saw police racing to the scene he knew something was wrong.

Canadian MP Describes Chaos in Ottawa

Liberal Member of Parliament Scott Simms says at first he thought the noise was part of a ceremony but once he saw police racing to the scene he knew something was wrong.

Ashoka Mukpo: Thanks a Lot Doc!

NBC News freelancer thanks the doctor who helped cure him from the Ebola virus that he contracted while on assignment in Liberia.

Another Man Jumps White House Fence

Officials said Dominic Adesanya, 23, jumped over the White House fence and onto the lawn in the 7:16 p.m. incident Wednesday.

Bungled Air Bag Alerts Leave Car Owners Scrambling

After the nation's highway safety watchdog botched alerts about defects in almost 8 million air bags, owners wonder if they can get theirs fixed.

'Strength Coming Back': NBC News Freelancer Speaks Out

'I can feel my strength coming back every day,' says the NBC News freelancer who contracted Ebola in Liberia and was declared virus-free Tuesday.

Nurse Amber Vinson's Blood Tests Negative for Ebola

The negative results doesn't mean Vinson is free of the deadly virus, but it's a positive sign welcomed by her "ecstatic" family.

American Jeffrey Fowle Freed From North Korea Returns Home

Jeffrey Fowle reunites with his wife and three children in Ohio, but two Americans, Matthew Miller and Kenneth Bae, remain detained in North Korea.

Automakers Warn Passengers in Cars with Defective Airbags

Nearly 8-million U.S. cars have been recalled because their airbags may jettison shrapnel when inflated, leaving four people dead so far.

Ebola Survivor Ashoka Mupko Leaves Hospital

The NBC freelance cameraman says that after all he’s been through he regrets nothing, but is still unsure how he contracted Ebola.

Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein Remember Ben Bradlee

Tom Brokaw talks to Woodward and Bernstein about the legendary Editor-in-Chief of The Washington Post who died Monday at the age of 93.

How is This Dapper Dog Making $15,000 Per Month?

Bodhi, the dapper Shiba Inu known online as Menswear Dog, pulls in up to $15,000 a month for posing in designer clothes.

How This Dapper Dog Pulls In Up To $15,000 a Month?

Bodhi, the dapper Shiba Inu known online as Menswear Dog, pulls in up to $15,000 a month for posing in designer clothes.

Head-On Collision Caught on Camera

A SUV repeatedly swerves into oncoming traffic and triggers a head-on crash between two other vehicles. WPXI's Dave Bondy reports.

Out of the Doghouse: Ebola Nurse's Pooch Virus-Free

Bentley, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel belonging to one of the two nurses who contracted Ebola in Dallas, has tested negative for the virus.

Suspected Serial Killer Charged in Second Death

Darren Deon Vann, 43, is suspected of killing at least seven women and may have murdered others since the 1990s, Indiana police said.

Florida City Latest to Restrict Feeding Homeless

Commissioners in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, approved restrictions to discourage homelessness that has seemed to increase in warm cities in the South.

Astronauts Dump Old Experiment During Spacewalk

The astronauts took in a glimpse of Earth before dumping an old science experiment and cutting away a pair of antennas.

Parishioner Shunned Because of Pot Prescription?

A woman in Texas claims she has been cast out of her church because she uses medicinal marijuana.

Woman Shunned by Church Because of Pot Prescription?

A woman in Texas claims she has been cast out of her church because she uses medicinal marijuana.

D.C. Teacher Had Sex With Student on First Day: Cops

The 22-year-old substitute teacher was arrested after engaging in sex acts with the 17-year-old at Options Public Charter School, police said.

Bungled Airbag Alerts Leave Car Owners Scrambling

The nation's highway safety watchdog bungled alerts about defects in almost 8 million air bags, and owners are wondering if they can get theirs fixed.

Four Blackwater Guards Found Guilty in Iraq Shootings

A federal jury on Wednesday returned guilty verdicts for four former Blackwater security guards charged in the 2007 shootings of more than 30 Iraqis.

White House Confirms U.S. Officials In Touch With Canadian Counterparts

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest talks about the close relationship the U.S. and Canada share and adds that U.S. officials are reaching out their Canadian counterparts.

Florida Woman Sets Boyfriend on Fire: Cops

Police say a Clearwater woman set her boyfriend on fire during an argument after a night of drinking.

Fowle Family Spokesman: 'Jeff Is Home'

A spokesman for the Jeffrey Fowle family, one of three Americans detained by North Korea, says that Fowle 'is home."

Ashoka Mukpo Statement: 'Today is a Joyful Day'

Jeffrey Gold, Chancellor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, announces that Ebola patient Ashoka Mukpo has been declared free of the Ebola virus, and released. Gold then reads a statement from Mukpo.

Photos Show Life on German U-Boat Before Final Battle

Rare photos show life on board a Nazi sub during World War II. The wreck of the U-576 has been found off the coast of North Carolina after 72 years.


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