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(Washington, DC) -- State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki says conversations are continuing with Turkish leaders about how Turkey can contribute to the fight against ISIS in neighboring Syria. Psaki said Turkey is "well-positioned" to help but stepped around questions about...
(Oslo) -- An Indian human rights activist and a Pakistani teenager are the joint winners of this year's Nobel Peace Prize. The selection committee says it chose Kailash Satyarthi of India and Malala Yousafzai for their work against the suppression of children and young people,...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Protesters clashed with police again last night in St. Louis after an officer shot and killed a black teenager on Wednesday. Up to 400 demonstrators are estimated to have confronted officers dressed in riot gear on Thursday night. St. Louis Police Chief Sam...
(Carson City, NV) -- Gay couples in Nevada are now able to get marriage licenses. The clerk's office confirmed it issued the first marriage license to a same-sex couple yesterday. This comes after some confusion over the legal status of same-sex marriages in the Silver State...
(Joshua Tree, CA) -- A California high school student is behind bars for allegedly threatening to kill teachers. Police say they found a cache of weapons at 18-year-old Matthew Ross' home in Twentynine Palms, including rifles, hunting knives and a crossbow. San Bernardino County...
(Washington, DC) -- A congressional panel will hold a field hearing on the Ebola crisis in Texas today. National Correspondent Joe Gomez says the House Homeland Security Committee will gavel-in at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Witnesses include federal and state...
(Secaucus, NJ) -- Employees at New Jersey's Secaucus Treatment Works say a heavy piece of metal fell from the sky and onto company grounds. The workers tell "NBC 4 New York" that the five-by-five piece of debris came out of nowhere on Wednesday. After searching online, the...
(Washington, DC) -- A new report links someone on President Obama's advance team to the 2012 Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia. National Correspondent Joe Gomez says Jonathan Dach is now working for the State Department. "The Washington Post" says new details from...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. Supreme Court is blocking a new voter identification law in Wisconsin from taking effect before the upcoming November elections. In a 6-3 vote, the justices granted a last-minute request from a civil rights group to keep the law from being...