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The memoir details Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state, and parts of it are critical of China.
Amanda Longacre, 24, joins TODAY to discuss being stripped of her Miss Delaware 2014 title after officials said she's too old. “It’s like they’re trying to erase me," she said.
Amanda Longacre has been stripped of her title as Miss Delaware 2014 because she's too old. At least that's what pageant officials are saying.
A state commission reviewing the Newtown school shooting hears from the parents of three of the first-graders killed in the massacre.
The mystery deepens behind the disappearance of a 12-year-old Detroit boy, missing for 11 days and the subject of an FBI search. He turned up in his family’s basement. Police said he's out of the hospital and staying with his mother, who told them the boy was worried about not having done his daily exercise routine. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.
Women’s groups are figuring out ways to shield patients walking into abortion clinics after the high court struck down a law blocking protest at the entrances. NBC justice correspondent Pete Williams reports.
President Obama is asking Congress to approve $500 million to train and equip moderate Syrian rebels struggling to oust President Bashar Assad
The former vice president was sharply critical of the president's plan to get out of Afghanistan.
While speaking in Billings, Montana, Dick Cheney says the President’s cuts to the defense budget are so he can “allocate that money to food stamps or whatever else he wants to spend it on.”
Steven M. Zelich, 52, is scheduled to appear in court in Wisconsin on Friday afternoon on two counts of hiding a corpse.
Authorities throughout Southern California Thursday announced the arrests of more than 275 child predators.
A LAPD detective was under fire after he was heard on a recording speaking vulgarly at the police academy and seemingly making light of a killing.
The boy had stopped a strict exercise routine to go to the bathroom and may have feared punishment, NBC station WDIV reported.
The former Boston University professor became a quadruple amputee in 2011 after getting a life-threatening infection from group A streptococcus.