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Smile! Check Out Your Best 'Take Your Kids To Work Day' Pics


Today is 'Take Our Children To Work Day,' and you've kindly shared some of your best photos with us! Take a look, and get some advice for handling the little whippersnappers on the job.








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FDA Moves to Ban E-Cigarette Sales to Minors


The Food and Drug Administation says it’s taking the first steps towards regulating e-cigarettes, which are booming in popularity, by moving to ban sales to minors. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.








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Some Florida Schools Want Dress Code for Parents


Some Florida school districts are talking about turning the tables on parents and asking them to clean up their act when showing up at school. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.








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Navy Investigates New Sexual Harassment Charges


A high-ranking Navy captain, the former commander of the famed Blue Angels, was relieved of duty last week after allegations that the team of pilots at the center of sexual harassment and hazing. NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski reports.








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Teen Stowaway's Dad: He Was Homesick for Africa


The father of the teen stowaway who flew to Hawaii in the wheel well of a plane speaks out for the first time, saying his son wanted to return to Somalia. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.








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College Majors Most in Demand by Employers


As college commencement season approaches graduates might be surprised to hear they should expect improving job prospects, according to a new study released Thursday by CareerBuilder and CareerRookie.com.







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Teen Stowaway's Dad Speaks: He Was Homesick for Africa


The father of the teen stowaway who flew to Hawaii in the wheel well of a plane speaks out for the first time, saying his son wanted to return to Somalia.








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Teen Stowaway's Dad Speaks: He Was Homesick for Africa


The father of the teen stowaway who flew to Hawaii in the wheel well of a plane speaks out for the first time, saying his son wanted to return to Somalia.








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KNOW IT ALL: Thursday's Top 6 Stories at NBC News


Good morning, and happy Thursday! Here are some of the stories we're following today:1. Afghan officer kills three Americans at hospitalThe attack at the CURE Hospital in Kabul today is the second this month in which a member of the Afghan security forces gunned down civilians.

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FDA Proposes First E-Cigarette Rules


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed asserting its authority over new tobacco products on Thursday, including e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco and nicotine gels.







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Blue Angels Commander Tolerated Hostile Work Environment: Navy


An investigation into alleged misconduct by the former commander of the Navy’s elite flying show squadron — the Blue Angels — reveals he tolerated potential violations of sexual harassment, hazing and equal opportunity policies, the Navy said.The commander, Capt.







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Sriracha Saved ... for Now


Officials in a Southern California city held off on a decision about whether to force the closure of the Sriracha hot sauce plant that is being blamed for bad odors and heat that burns eyes.







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Decision on Sriracha Plant Tabled


City residents and Sriracha plant owner meet to determine the fate of a Sriracha plant.








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Manson Follower 'Squeaky' Fromme Cool and Calm in Mental Exam Tape


A judge released a recording of an interview with former Manson “family” member Lynette Alice “Squeaky” Fromme, the woman who tried to assassinate President Gerald Ford -- almost 39 years after her failed attempt.U.S. District Judge Kimberly J.







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President Obama Arrives at Imperial Palace to Meet Japanese Emperor


U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Japanese Emperor Akihito, second left, and Empress Michiko at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on Thursday, local time.







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Men Catch 800-Pound Shark and Feed It to Local Community


Three Florida Fishermen made the catch of a lifetime, an 805-pound shark, but it won’t be put in record books, according to the new rules of the International Land-Based Shark Fishing Association.







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Men Catch 800-lb. Shark and Feed It To Local Community


Three Florida Fishermen made the catch of a lifetime, an 805-lb. shark, but it won’t be put in record books, according to the new rules of the International Land-Based Shark Fishing Association.







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'Swatting' Hoax Tricks Police SWAT Teams


Decried as an enormous waste of tax resources, the ‘swatting’ prank is estimated to occur hundreds of times each year.








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Calif. Teen Stowaway's Dad: 'Allah Saved Him'


The father of a Santa Clara teen stowaway tells the Voice of America that Allah protected his son.








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Michael Phelps Comes Out of Retirement


Olympian Michael Phelps, who retired from competitive swimming after winning four gold medals in London, is competing this week in Arizona.








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