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Dustin Diamond, best known for his role as Screech, was convicted earlier this month on two counts that stemmed from a Christmas Day barroom fight.
After nearly drowning in his spacesuit two years ago, Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano is diving into a new mission under the Atlantic Ocean.
Republican presidential hopefuls signaled Thursday they have no plans to abandon their quest to repeal Obamacare after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the law for the second time since its passage in 2010.
Since the federal government reinstated the death penalty in 1988, only three men have been executed.
Police say Shepard Fairey tagged buildings across Detroit with graffiti, causing about $9,000 in damage.
Gene Palmer told police that he helped the inmates, Richard Matt and David Sweat, because Matt gave him "elaborate paintings" and intelligence.
The website linked to Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof reveals a misguided notion about Asian Americans often used by white supremacists.
Courtney Love found herself caught up in the maelstrom of a violent anti-Uber protest in Paris on Thursday.
Add some extra time to your Independence Day weekend drive. The most since 2007 are expected to hit the roads, the AAA travel agency predicts.
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Season 3 of "Finding Your Roots," a PBS series about genealogy featuring author and professor Henry Louis Gates Jr., has been postponed in the wake of actor Ben Affleck's admission that he asked producers to omit evidence that a distant relative of his owned slaves. NBC's Natalie Morales reports.
75 firefighters took more than an hour to contain an arson fire at Baptist church in Charlotte, North Carolina, in early hours of Wednesday.
From a prison guard's arrest in connection to the New York manhunt to the Boston bomber's first words in court, see the stories we're following today.
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Gene Palmer, a guard at the Clinton Correctional Facility, was charged with accepting paintings from Richard Matt and David Sweat in return for tools.
Instead of arresting them, the officer pulls up alongside them, draws his weapon and fires a number bullets into the suspects.
Protesters cheered after construction crews retreated from a telescope construction site on a mountain that Native Hawaiians consider sacred.
Another employee at the New York prison where two inmates escaped earlier this month has been arrested and will plead not guilty, his attorney said.