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Indian scientists are investigating whether a man was killed by a meteorite, which if confirmed would be the first recorded death from falling fragments of space rock in almost 200 years.









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Former Mexican president Felipe Calderón said the country wouldn't pay for the 'stupid' wall Donald Trump says he would build if he's elected.









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The USOC's briefing to sport federations is the latest sign that Olympics officials are taking the Zika threat to the games in Rio de Janeiro seriously









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Two radicalized Muslims from London have been unmasked as members of "Beatles" — the ISIS cell once led by "Jihadi John."









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Full coverage: Every angle on the races can be found at Decision 2016.









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Beyoncé's halftime performance of her new song, "Formation", delivers truth about BLM and channels the Black Panther Party through her backup dancers.









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Passengers aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship had some frightening moments Sunday night after a patch of rough weather sent the ship swaying.









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A manhunt was underway Monday in Arkansas for a dangerous prisoner who escaped by draping a blanket over razor wire and clambering over a fence.Paul G









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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.









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The Carolina star's Super Bowl is going to be remembered for one terrible play above all.









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Two people were shot to death and four were injured during a Mardi Gras parade in Mississippi Sunday, police said.









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The money would go for mosquito control, training programs and laboratory capacity to test for the virus, the White House said in a statement.









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Winds gusting above 40 mph paired with snowfall could create whiteout conditions in those parts of New England









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Fresh off the Denver Broncos' victory in Super Bowl 50, quarterback Peyton Manning tells TODAY that the Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton was gracious and humble in defeat.









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Security services arrested 7 suspected ISIS militants who were planning terror attacks on St. Petersburg and Moscow, officials said Monday.









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Tensions on the Korean peninsula flared again Monday as South Korea fired warning shots at a North Korean patrol boat.









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A Gambian man has been arrested at a Swiss refugee center on suspicion of murdering American nanny Lauren Mann in Austria.









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More people have made it to outer space than accomplished this crew's mission: rowing 3,807 miles, nonstop, across the Atlantic Ocean.









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