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What it Was Like to March in Selma as an 8-Year-Old Girl

Sheyann Webb Christburg was 8 years old on Bloody Sunday.








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Dentists Doing Dermatology? Cosmetics Lure Docs

A growing number of doctors who are not board-certified dermatologists are performing cosmetic procedures after weekend courses.








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Hear Intended Last Words From Woman Who Escaped Execution

Kelly Gissendaner made the statement a couple of hours before her scheduled lethal injection, which was eventually called off.








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Iraqi Troops Drive ISIS Out of Al-Baghdadi, U.S. Military Says

Iraqi forces also drove ISIS from seven villages near Al-Baghdadi, the U.S. military said on Friday.








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What Makes LaGuardia Such a Difficult Airport?

Tom Costello heads to New York City's regional airport to illustrate how difficult it can be for pilots.








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Ferguson Officials Suspended After DOJ Report Have Resigned










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CIA Director John Brennan Plans Big Overhaul










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Harrison Ford Saved Lives by Crash-Landing Plane: Witness

NTSB investigator Patrick Jones tells the media "Anytime that a human being can survive an accident involving an airplane...it's a good day."








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'Remember': Pakistan Schools Renamed For Massacre Victims

Pakistan education officials have started renaming schools after the dozens of schoolchildren killed in a Taliban-led massacre last December.



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Federal Charges Against NJ Dem Could Come This Month: Sources




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Heads Up, History Buffs: The Storied Past of Ford's Plane

The Army bought about 1,000 of them as it ramped up for World War II.








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ISIS Is Erasing Iraqi History: Officials

The terror group is drawing wide condemnation for using heavy military vehicles to wipe out the ancient Nimrud archaeological site in Iraq.



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Biden Responds to Ben Carson Comments: 'Oh, God'

Vice President Joe Biden said Friday that the "universal ridicule" potential GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson received for saying homosexuality is a choice is a sign of the progress the gay rights movement has made in recent years.



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Three Charged in Massive Email Address Hack: Feds

At least eight email service providers in the U.S. were hacked and more than a billion email addresses stolen.



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Legendary Documentarian Albert Maysles Dead at 88




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John Lewis on the Scars of Selma

Chuck Todd asks Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) to reflect on the fiftieth anniversary of the Selma-to-Montgomery march.



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Canadian Parliament Gunman Made Video Before Attack

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was apparently upset about Canada's military involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq before launching the deadly attack last October.








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FDA Okays First Type of a New Generic

The FDA has approved the first so-called biosimilar - that's a generic version of a biologic as opposed to a chemically synthesized drug.



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What Could Make or Break the Apple Watch

The Apple Watch is expected to make its big debut on Monday.



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Not Just On Screen: Ford's Other Brushes With Danger

When Ford crashed-landed a plane, it wasn't Han Solo in the cockpit — and it isn't the first time the actor has had brushes with danger in real life.








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