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Who wouldn't want Neil Patrick Harris as their first choice to host the 2015 Oscars? Show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, that's who.
Susan Bibeau, the mother of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the man identified as the Ottawa gunman, said she is crying for the victims of the shooting.
A man who resembles the Pennsylvania fugitive has received more than $4,200 to help him get transportation to work so he doesn't get stopped by cops.
Thousands spilled onto the streets of the Iranian city of Isfahan to protest a spate of acid attacks that maimed at least nine women in the last week.
Camel cigarette maker Reynolds American Inc. is snuffing out smoking in its offices and buildings.
A Greenwich Village restaurant owner is convinced his location is the inspiration behind Edward Hopper's famous 'Nighthawks' painting.
Heavy rain caused localized floods that closed schools in parts of Mass. Thursday, part of a Nor'easter that also cut power to tens of thousands.
Police say a Clearwater, Florida, woman set her boyfriend on fire during an argument after a night of drinking.
Canadian soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was killed in Wednesday's attack in Ottawa, was a guard at the city’s National War Memorial.
From the deadly shootings at Canada's capital Parliament to good news on the Ebola front in the U.S., see the stories we're following.
A Silicon Valley area tech company has been fined after a U.S. Department of Labor investigation revealed the company paid workers $1.21 an hour.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and two Ravens executives have been compelled to testify in Ray Rice's domestic abuse suspension appeal.
More than 40,000 customers were left without power after a Nor’easter slammed New Jersey, New York and New England with heavy rain and 50mph winds.
A report about famine in Ethiopia, first broadcast 30 years ago today, is one of a handful of TV news reports that changed the way we view the world.
Voters in the Sunflower State spent some time Wednesday talking to NBC News about the unpredictable Senate and gubernatorial races here.
The shooting rampage in Ottawa could usher in a new era of increased vigilance and tighter security across Canada.
Air strikes by U.S.-led forces have killed 553 people including 32 civilians in Syria, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
A three-month-old girl killed when a Palestinian man slammed his car into pedestrians at a light railway stop in Jerusalem was an American.
Meet The Voters: Chuck Todd reports on the mood of voters in Kansas, where an independent candidate is challenging a Senate stalwart.
Harper told the nation "Canada will never be intimidated" after a gunman shot dead a soldier in Ottawa Wednesday.