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Texas troopers will now ask drivers for their race when they pull them over after it was discovered there was rampant misidentification in their data.
An entire Liberian family was being treated at a special Ebola unit Friday after a 10-year-old boy tested positive for the virus.
A woman who died in a police raid in suburban Paris has been identified as a 26-year-old daughter of a Moroccan immigrant.
A third person was killed in the raid that targeted the Paris attack ringleader, officials said as the hunt continued for a suspected accomplice.
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A young Nevada boy is giving back to others on his birthday, organizing a toy drive instead of asking for presents. KRNV's Melissa Carlson report
"It felt like this wasn't just simple pistols," Sekouba Diabate said. "There were shots from military weapons."
Abdelhamid Abaaoud was killed in a gun battle on Wednesday when police raided a house in a Paris suburb where he was holed up.
Donald Trump "would certainly implement" a database system tracking Muslims in the United States, the Republican front-runner told NBC News.
The captain of the commando unit which broke the Bataclan siege spoke to NBC News about the assault.
A Spirit Airlines flight from Florida to Minneapolis was forced to return to Fort Lauderdale Thursday night after a bomb threat.The plane made an emer
In the Republican primary race, the newest NBC News/SurveyMonkey online poll shows Donald Trump has the frontrunner spot to himself.
Parisians spontaneously marked a week after the attacks that shook France and planned noisy and light-filled memorials.
Bernie Sanders has reached his highest level of support this year in the latest NBC News/SurveyMonkey online poll.
North Korea has proposed talks with South Korea at the truce village on their militarized border, the North's official KCNA news agency said Friday.
From a hostage situation at a Mali hotel to the identity of a female suicide bomber in a Paris raid, here are the stories we're following.
The agreement comes after African American student activists wages a 32-hour sit-in to protest President Woodrow Wilson's legacy of racism.