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70 Arrested in Protest Over Man Killed by Cop in Milwaukee

Dozens were arrested in Milwaukee Friday during protests against the death of a black man fatally shot by a white police officer earlier this year, police said.

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Michael Phelps Enters DUI Plea

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps pleads guilty to DUI charge, sentenced to probation. WBAL's Lowell Melser reports.

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Homeowner Chops Down Eagles' Nest

Washington state homeowner chops down tree containing bald eagle nest as camera rolls. KING's Dan Cassuto reports.

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It Was Them: FBI Says North Korea Was Behind Sony Hack

Sony took the unprecedented step on Wednesday of canceling the Christmas Day release of the film.

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Supreme Court Denies Florida Gay Marriage Delay

The U.S. Supreme Court refused to grant a delay sought by officials in the Sunshine State to delay gay marriage past a Jan. 5 date set by a court.

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U.S. Issues Travel Alert After Lone-Wolf Australia Attack

Officials said that there is no specific threat to Americans travelling abroad, but they are concerned that Monday's violence could inspire copycats.
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Kurdish Fighters Continue Offensive Against Isis

A day after opening up a safe corridor to rescue Yazidi families trapped on Mount Sinjar, Peshmerga forces battle to keep advancing against Isis militants in the area.

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Illinois Woman Tries to Trademark 'I Can't Breathe'

Catherine Crump, of Waukegan, has no connection to the Eric Garner family and did not ask his kin for permission before filing for a trademark.

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Crash Kills Three Headed to Funeral in California

Two girls, 12 and 11, and the driver died after an SUV rolled over in southern California Friday, a crash which may have been caused by a blown tire.
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Flashback: 1984 Subway Vigilante

On December 22, 1984 Bernhard Goetz, aka "The Subway Vigilante," took the law into his own hands when he fired a gun on four teens riding the Manhattan subway.

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UVA Board Chairman Admonishes 'Drive-By Journalism'

"Our tightly knit community has experienced the full fury of drive-by journalism in the 21st century," said Chairman Rector George K. Martin.

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State Department Issues Worldwide Travel Alert for Americans

Citing the deadly hostage standoff in Sydney, Australia, the State Department has issued a worldwide travel alert for American citizens.
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UVA Leaders Reflect On Campus' Difficult Year

The UVA Board of Visitors addressed several campus incidents, including the deaths of four students before launching its discussion on sexual assaults on campus.

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'Disappointed': Sony CEO Pushes Back After Obama Remarks

President Obama said Sony made the wrong decision by pulling "The Interview," but the studio's CEO Michael Lynton says he would do it again.

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T-Mobile Will Pay $90 Million to Customers for Wrongful Charges

T-Mobile has reached a $90 million settlement deal with the feds over "cramming" unauthorized charges on customers' cell phone bills.
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Organization Provides Free School Supplies to Students in Need

Kids in Need distributed more than $100 million worth of donated school supplies to children and teachers in classrooms across the country in 2014.
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Christmas Storm Threatens to Disrupt Holiday Travel

Forecasters are calling for rain, snow and ice to hit the East Coast just as millions of Americans take to the roads and skies for Christmas.
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Staples Hack May Have Exposed 1.2 Million Credit Cards

Staples said Friday that credit card information for 1.2 million customers may have been comprised in the security breach announced in October.
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Why This Year's Flu Season May Be a Bad One

With 13 states already showing high infection rates, the CDC says this flu season could be worse due to a flu strain resistant to the vaccine.
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Obama Talks Sony, Cuba and the Economy in Year-End Conference

Two days after President Obama made a historic announcement about U.S.-Cuba relations, he closed 2014 with a year-end press conference.



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