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Native Americans Hit D.C. to Protest Keystone Pipeline

A Native American tribal leader sits on his horse in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Tuesday as the Cowboy and Indian Alliance protests the proposed Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S.

Mom Starts Facebook Page to Give Autistic Son 'Friends' on His Birthday

- NBC New YorkA Queens woman who says her autistic son doesn't have any friends started a Facebook page for him so he could receive happy birthday wishes.Brenda Figueroa said her son, Joshua, turned 12 years old Tuesday.

Angels Slugger Pujols Hits 500th Career Home Run

He’s just the 26th person in MLB history to reach the plateau.

Fail: NYPD Photo Contest on Twitter Triggers Huge Backlash

A seemingly innocuous call to action by the New York City Police Department backfired in extraordinary fashion Tuesday.In a tweet, the NYPD asked Twitter users to share pictures of them posing with a police officer with the hashtag "myNYPD.

Sen. Paul: Phone Records Are Not The Government's Business

Sen. Rand Paul questions whether Americans should be forced to sacrifice personal liberty in order to have more security.

Mom Starts Facebook Page to Give Autistic Son 'Friends' on His Birthday

A Queens woman who says her autistic son doesn't have any friends started a Facebook page for him so he could receive happy birthday wishes.

Another Suspect Booked in Prep School Drug Ring Bust

The latest "sub-dealer" in the Main Line drug ring was brought into custody today.

Sub Captures Images of 'Largely Unknown' WWII Wreck on 70th Anniversary

The carnage was far greater than the famed invasion on Utah Beach, and yet full details about the attack on American vessels off the coast of England during WWII weren’t made public for decades.

Obama Visits Grieving Oso Community After Mudslide

President Barack Obama visited the small town of Oso, Wash. on Tuesday, meeting with first responders and community members and praising the town for its strength following the massive mudslide that claimed the lives of more than three dozen people in March.

Forth Worth to Pay Homeowner Whose Home It Demolished

The Fort Worth City Council has agreed to pay more than $62,000 to a homeowner whose house was mistakenly demolished last summer.

Supreme Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban

In a deeply divided vote, the Supreme Court decided voters in individual states have the right to end affirmative action.

Abductors Accidentally Kidnapped Wrong Target: Indictment

A team of abductors accused of carrying out a convoluted plot to kidnap a North Carolina prosecutor looked up the wrong address online and accidentally nabbed the prosecutor's father, an indictment released Tuesday said.

Cop Pleads Guilty to Fraud for Faking Injury

A former officer accused of rocking out on stage in a metal band while he claimed he couldn't work because of an injury pleaded guilty to fraud.

American Middle Class: Not the Most Affluent Anymore

Middle class incomes in Canada have surpassed those in the United States.

Teen Stowaway May Have Been Trying to Find African Relatives

Doctors say the boy may have stayed alive due to the extreme cold of the plane’s wheel well, which may have slowed down his body “like a hibernating frog.”

Job Outlook Brightens for College Grads

The unemployment rate for recent college graduates has dropped 2.4 percent since 2012.

Rare Color Film Transports You to 1964 World's Fair

The brilliant Edwin Newman brought an open mind and droll wit to an NBC special about the 1964 New York World’s Fair. The documentary, "A World's Fair Diary," will take you back in time and on a tour of what many call the last great World’s Fair.

Minnesota Cat Sanctuary Boss Spent Funds on Underwear, Books

The director and founder of a charity-driven sanctuary for exotic cats in Minnesota has copped to misusing thousands of dollars in donations to buy items like women's undergarments and books by Chelsea Handler, according to court documents obtained by NBC News.

Man Who Avoided Prison for 13 Years Wants Out

ST. LOUIS — A St. Louis man who avoided prison because of a clerical error and led a law-abiding life for more than a decade before he was locked up last year is asking a Missouri judge to set him free.

Oregon Fugitive Stalked Women, Had 'Dungeon' in Van

Authorities say a man fatally shot by a Portland officer last month had been stalking young women in a van that he converted into a "moveable dungeon" with chains and handcuffs after one of his victims managed to escape from it in January.

Jury Reaches Guilty Verdict in Newlywed Murder Case

- NBC MiamiA jury returned a guilty verdict Tuesday for a South Florida man accused of murdering his newlywed wife to collect a $1 million insurance policy.Michel Escoto, 42, was found guilty of first-degree murder in the killing of wife Wendy Trapaga in October 2002 to collect the policy.

Court: Ohio Man Must Pay $489,000 for False Call

An Ohio man who was 19 when he made a false distress call that triggered a massive, 21-hour search on Lake Erie must pay $489,000 in restitution to the U.S. and Canadian agencies involved in the needless rescue effort, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.In a 2-1 ruling, the 6th U.S.

Fugitive Wanted For '81 Murder Found Serving as Church Deacon

DALLAS — A disabled 78-year-old church deacon living quietly in East Texas was arrested Monday by federal agents who said he committed a murder 33 years ago and 1,300 miles away.Authorities say Joseph Lewis Miller fled Pennsylvania after shooting a man in a parking lot outside a hotel in 1981.

Cowboy and Indian Alliance Protest Keystone Pipeline in D.C.

A Native American tribal leader sits on his horse in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Tuesday as the Cowboy and Indian Alliance protest the proposed Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S.

Jury Reaches Guilty Verdict in Newlywed Murder Case

A jury returned a guilty verdict Tuesday for a South Florida man accused of murdering his newlywed wife to collect a $1 million insurance policy.

Report Says Blast at Texas Fertilizer Plant Was 'Preventable'

Officials released a report Tuesday that said gaps in federal and state regulations made the huge explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant possible.

Demonstrators Celebrate Earth Day in New York

Demonstrators marched together in plastic six-pack rings to mark Earth Day in Manhattan, N.Y., on Tuesday.

Aereo App Battles TV Networks in Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with a case that could change the future of television — a fight between the networks and an online startup that relays their shows to customers for a fee.

TV Networks Clash With Startup Before Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with a case that could change the future of television — a fight between the networks and an online startup that relays their shows to customers for a fee.

Mayor Who Agreed With Jewish Center Shooter Resigns

The mayor of tiny Marionville, Missouri steps down after comments supporting the viewpoints espoused by accused murderer and white supremacist are made public. KSHB's Garrett Haake reports.


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