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Deflated: Parade Balloons Go Back Into Hibernation


Dozens of volunteers helped deflate the massive balloons as this year's parade came to a close.






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Black Friday Shopping? Four Key Tips Before You Hit the Stores


Now that the holiday shopping season has officially started, the American consumer is going to be inundated by retailers from all sides offering spectacular deals.






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Man Sets Self on Fire at Gas Station in California


Investigators believe the man doused the front seat of his car with gas and set himself alight. He survived, but suffered burns over half of his body.






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LAPD to Release Michael Brown Protesters for Thanksgiving


About 90 taken into custody during protests will be released in time for Thanksgiving dinner, after being told they'd spend the holiday in jail.






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Black Thursday: Thousands in Dark After Thanksgiving Storm


Thousands of travelers are experiencing cancellations or delays in major airports such as New York's LaGuardia this Thanksgiving.






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Protesters Arrested at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade


At least seven protesters were taken into custody during the annual event in New York City, police said. Some organizers tried to disrupt the parade.






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Black Thursday: Thousands in Dark After Thanksgiving Storm


Thousands of travelers are experiencing cancellations or delays in major airports such as New York's LaGuardia this Thanksgiving.






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Crash Kills Pregnant Woman But Doctors Deliver Baby


Authorities in Pittsburgh say an elderly driver struck and killed pregnant woman, whose baby was later delivered by cesarean section.






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Justice Ginsburg Sent Home After Heart Procedure


The 81-year-old jurist was sent home and was expected to be at work when the court hears its next round of oral arguments on Monday.






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Seattle Police Find Weapons, Explosives During Protest


Jeffrey Alan Acord, 31, was booked into jail Wednesday following Monday's Ferguson-related protest in Seattle. He faces a slew of weapons charges.






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Thanksgiving Storm Plunges Hundreds of Thousands Into Darkness


Thousands of travelers are experiencing cancellations or delays in major airports like New York's LaGuardia. NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports.






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NFL's Benjamin Watson Tackles Ferguson in Viral Post


Watson, a tight end for the New Orleans Saints, posted about his feelings following the grand jury's decision not to indict a Ferguson police officer.






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Hiker Photographed Bear Before It Killed Him


A New Jersey hiker killed by a bear in September took a series of photos of the animal with his cellphone before it mauled him to death.






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Thief Who Stole 2,600 Carts Jailed for Seven Years


A Maryland man who stole more than 2,600 aluminum carts from the Postal Service and sold them for scrap has been sentenced to seven years in prison






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Calm in Ferguson While Police Arrest 130-Plus in L.A., Oakland


Cold and calm dominated Ferguson, Mo. Wednesday night, but police arrested more than 130 protesters who blocked roads in downtown Los Angeles.






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