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07/21/2017 12:36 PM
Fla. Teens Who Watched a Man Drown Won't Be Charged
Cocoa Police Department in Florida cannot charge a group of teenagers who watched and filmed a man as he called for help and eventually drowned due to state law.

07/21/2017 06:14 PM
Former Trump Adviser Flynn Consulting Again, Says Brother
Joe Flynn said his family also is in the early stages of starting a fund to pay for the legal bills his brother is racking up.

07/21/2017 07:25 AM
O.J. Simpson Has Been Granted Parole. What Happens Next?
Simpson won his bid Thursday for an early release from prison, but that doesn't mean he's walking out a free man.

07/22/2017 02:06 PM
90 Taken to Hospital After Chance the Rapper Concert
The Hartford, Connecticut, show ended Friday night with dozens being treated for severe intoxication related to underage drinking.

07/22/2017 01:09 PM
Federal Grand Jury Indicts Army Sergeant of Supporting ISIS
A 34-year-old Army sergeant was indicted in Hawaii on Friday and faces four counts of attempting to provide material support to ISIS.

07/22/2017 01:05 PM
Could Florida Teens Who Filmed Drowning Man Be Charged?
Florida officials say the death of Jamel Dunn, 31, earlier this year is disturbing because the teens failed to help him as he drowned in a pond.

07/22/2017 11:15 AM
Arizona Republican Says McCain Should Resign
Dr. Kelli Ward, who failed to beat McCain in the Republican primary in 2016, said that she'd be a strong choice to replace him.

07/22/2017 10:14 AM
Kentucky Must Pay Legal Fees for Same-Sex Marriage Suits
A U.S. district judge ordered the state to pay the legal fees after county clerk Kim Davis refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in 2015.

07/22/2017 10:10 AM
Texans Flood Statehouse to Speak Out Against 'Bathroom Bills'
During a Texas Senate Affairs Committee Hearing Friday, hundreds of Texans spoke at the statehouse against two anti-transgender bills being weighed.

07/21/2017 09:35 PM
Intelligence Chief: Agencies Agree Russia Meddled
Daniel Coats, the director of national intelligence, tells NBC's Lester Holt there is no dissent among U.S. spy agencies that Russia meddled in the election.

07/21/2017 07:49 PM
Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns After Fatal Shooting of 911 Caller
Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau resigned Friday in the wake of the fatal shooting of bride-to-be Justine Damond who had called 911 for help.

07/21/2017 07:15 PM
Despite Trump Pledge, Terror Suspect Sent to U.S. Not Gitmo
An Algerian man accused of being a recruiter for al Qaeda was brought to a U.S. courtroom, despite a Trump pledge to send such suspects to Guantanamo Bay.

07/21/2017 06:22 PM
Seaplane Lands in New York's East River, 10 Rescued
Authorities in New York City responded to rescue people in a seaplane that landed in the East River Friday. No injuries were reported.

07/21/2017 05:14 PM
White House Press Secretary Spicer Resigns After Trump Shakeup
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, unhappy about the hiring of a new Trump communications director, resigned on Friday.

07/21/2017 04:07 PM
Abortion Fight Rages in Kentucky, Which Only Has 1 Clinic
Both sides in the abortion fight raging in Kentucky agree on one thing: The stakes are as high as ever.

07/21/2017 03:05 PM
Hawaii to Prepare for Possible North Korean Missile
Hawaii will begin educating its residents on what to do in case a missile reaches its shore in the same way it prepares for hurricanes and tsunamis.

07/21/2017 02:56 PM
Judge Offers Inmates Reduced Sentences in Exchange for Vasectomy
Inmates could reduced their sentences by 30 days in White County, Tennessee, if they agree to a vasectomy or birth control implant.

07/21/2017 02:16 PM
Effects of 'Bathroom Bill' Linger in North Carolina, Lawsuit Says
The law that replaced North Carolina's notorious "bathroom bill" sports a new look but maintains LGBTQ discrimination, according to a lawsuit filed Friday.

07/21/2017 12:53 PM
How Colleges are Nurturing the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs
Developing local talent benefits not only the students, but the schools and surrounding communities, too.

07/21/2017 12:20 PM
State Department Announces Ban on Travel to North Korea
American citizens are expected to be banned from traveling as tourists to North Korea, a U.S. official told NBC News.

07/21/2017 11:53 AM
Cuts to Planned Parenthood a Scary Prospect for LGBTQ Patients
Many LGBTQ patients rely on Planned Parenthood for their their unique health care needs, but the nonprofit's federal funding is currently on uncertain ground.

07/21/2017 11:09 AM
New York to D.C. in 29 Minutes? Elon Musk Says He Just Got Approval.
Not so fast, Elon Musk.

07/21/2017 09:49 AM
Police Use Technology To Catch Package-Stealing 'Porch Pirates'
Some police departments are harnessing new technology to catch the "porch pirates" who brazenly steal packages right off victims' doorsteps.

07/21/2017 09:21 AM
Duterte Calls U.S. 'Lousy' and Vows to Never Visit
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he would never go to the United States, which he called a "lousy" country.

07/21/2017 09:13 AM
New Bill Seeks to Mandate LGBTQ Inclusion in Federal Surveys
The LGBT Data Inclusion Act would mandate inclusion of questions about sexual orientation and gender identity on federal surveys, most notably the U.S. Census.



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