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Philando Castile Family Lawyer on Justine Damond Case

NBC News / News

The family of an Australian woman shot to death by a Minneapolis police officer has hired an attorney who represented the family of Philando Castile.

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Minneapolis Police Chief: Justine Damond Didn't Have to Die

NBC News

Chief Janee Harteau also says officer Mohammed Noor's body camera should have been on during the incident and that the police department is working to regain the public's trust.

Thursday, Jul 20

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Crackdown of Two Dark Web Giants Sends Drug Dealers Flocking to DreamMarket

NBC News / News

Listings for fentanyl and heroin are up on DreamMarket after the demise of AlphaBay and Hansa.

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Chester Bennington, Linkin Park Frontman, Dead at 41

NBC News / U.S.

The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office said Chester Bennington, 41, apparently committed suicide.

Bag of Apollo 11 Moon Dust Sells for $1.8 Million

NBC News / News

Despite NASA's protests, a federal district judge ruled that some equipment used in the Apollo 11 mission can be owned by private citizens.

Burundi Robotics Team Missing After DC Competition

NBC News / News

Several teen Burundi robotics team members are missing after an international competition in D.C. Two were spotted leaving the U.S. and entering Canada.

O.J. Simpson Has Been Granted Parole. What Happens Next?

NBC News

Simpson won his bid Thursday for an early release from prison, but that doesn't mean he's walking out a free man.

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O.J. Simpson Granted Parole by Nevada Officials

NBC News

O.J. Simpson, imprisoned nearly a decade ago for a bungled Las Vegas robbery, was granted parole Thursday.

Exxon Fined $2M for Tillerson-Era Breach of Russia Sanctions

NBC News / News

Exxon Mobil Corp. showed "reckless disregard" for U.S. sanctions on Russia while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was the oil giant's CEO.

Simpson Tells Parole Board He's Led a Mostly 'Conflict-Free Life'

NBC News

O.J. Simpson went before the Nevada Board of Parole in Carson City Thursday to make his plea for freedom.

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What Is Glioblastoma? McCain's Brain Tumor Is an Aggressive Type of Cancer

NBC News

A glioblastoma is a highly malignant form of cancer that spreads quickly due to its association with a large network of blood vessels in the brain.

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Christopher Darden to O.J. Simpson: 'Admit Your Sins'

NBC News / News

'The fact that he's a model prisoner doesn't mean he's a model citizen,' Darden said on TODAY.

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Bride-to-Be Killed by Police Officer Called 911 Twice

NBC News / World

Asked whether there was an emergency, Justine Damond told 911: "Hi, I just reported one, but no one's here and was wondering if they got the address wrong."

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'Give It Hell, John': Colleagues React to McCain Diagnosis

NBC News / Politics

The veteran lawmaker was hailed by President Donald Trump, former President Barack Obama, lawmakers from both parties and longtime friends.

Sen. John McCain Diagnosed With Brain Tumor

NBC News

McCain was diagnosed with a tumor called a glioblastoma after the removal of a blood clot above his left eye last week.

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U.S. Tested Prototype Bombs Before Implementing New Aviation Rules

NBC News

New terrorist technology was tested to determine if it could take down a passenger jet, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said.

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Bodycam Allegedly Shows Baltimore PD 'Plant' Drugs

NBC News / News

In the 90-second video, an officer appears to hide and later "find" drugs among trash strewn on a plot next to a Baltimore residence.

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Trump-Putin Meeting Raises Red Flags for Security Experts

NBC News / News

Experts are concerned the conversation wasn't translated properly and sent the wrong message to other world leaders.

Wednesday, Jul 19

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Inside the NYPD's Elite Counterterrorism Squad

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The 500-plus officers of the Critical Response Command protect the nation's biggest city against attacks on "soft targets" — the civilian population.

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Family of 5 Upset After Being Forced to Leave JetBlue Flight

NBC News / News

After hearing the aircraft would return to the gate, a family of 5 were shocked to learn they were being kicked off the plane.

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Supreme Court Allows Broader Family Exceptions to Trump Travel Ban

NBC News / News

The Supreme Court has cleared the way for a broader list of family exceptions to Trump's travel ban.

Another Victim of Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy Identified

NBC News

John Wayne Gacy was convicted of killing 33 young men and was executed in 1994.

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Florida Drug Treatment Center Operators Busted in Crackdown

NBC News

Prosecutors say one owner of "sober homes" and a rehab facility billed insurers more than $58 million.

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Watch This Son's Harrowing Account of Caring for his Mom's Sudden Dementia

NBC News / News

Joey Daley embarks on a mission to film his mother as she suffers with Lewy Body Dementia, but encounters a roadblock he never expected.

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Puppeteer Turned Kermit Into 'Bitter Victim,' Henson's Daughter Says

NBC News / News

After former Kermit the Frog puppeteer Steve Whitmire said he was "devastated" by his firing, Jim Henson's daughter posted that there was more to the story.

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NBC News Launches 'Stay Tuned,' a Snapchat News Show

NBC News

'Stay Tuned,' the first daily news show to appear on Snapchat, is being launched today by NBC News.

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Watch: Christie Catches Foul Ball at Citi Field, Gets Booed

NBC News / News

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie attended Tuesday night's game between the Cardinals and Mets at Citi Field. As luck would have it, Christie was able to snag a Paul DeJong foul ball.

Sessions Restores Police Power on Asset Seizures

NBC News / U.S.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has opened the door for police to circumvent state restrictions on civil asset forfeitures, saying they need it to fight drugs.

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Australian PM Calls Minnesota Shooting 'Inexplicable'

NBC News / World

The officer who was with a Minneapolis patrolman who fatally shot an unarmed 911 caller has been interviewed by authorities, but the alleged shooter declined.