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The decision comes after Boston Mayor Marty Walsh delivered a harsh blow to the city's effort to host the games.
Despite Turkey's desire to create a "no-fly zone" in northern Syria along the Turkish border, Pentagon officials say the U.S. "has no such plan."
Attorney Hank Brennan said a ruling barring Bulger from testifying that a federal prosecutor granted him immunity violated his right to a fair trial.
A man who dropped out of college to join ISIS said after being captured becoming a member of the extremist group was the worst decision he's made.
Robert Rose, a single dad from the South Bronx, is one of around 400 foreigners fighting with Kurdish forces against ISIS in Syria. This is his story.
Two teens who had only recently graduated from high school were struck and killed while helping a friend.
A Wisconsin man says he was denied his ride he ordered from car service, Uber, because the driver didn't want the man's seeing eye dog in his car.
Hundreds of colorful hot-air balloons fill eastern France's sky during the Lorraine Mondial Air Ballons festival.
John Russell Houser was deeply troubled long before he shot 11 people in a movie theater in Louisiana.
Rescuers searching for two teenagers who disappeared off Florida were "very concerned" to find their overturned boat but no sign of the boys.
Police in Beijing have busted a factory that produced more than 41,000 fake iPhones worth as much as $19 million.
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
"I think our candidates should pledge not to run as a third-party candidate," Reince Priebus tells Savannah Guthrie in an exclusive interview.
Two women died after their 37-foot boat struck a section of Baltimore's Key Bridge in the early hours of the morning.
Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee called the Iran deal "idiotic," and likened it to events of the Holocaust.
Cars with open safety recalls are being rented out, and it's not even illegal. Jeff Rossen reveals the hidden danger, and how to detect it.