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Watch Live: Ebola Patient Dr. Kent Brantly Leaves Hospital


The American doctor who contracted the Ebola virus while working in West Africa is discharged from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.






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Holder: BofA, Merrill Lynch, Countrywide Misrepresented Loans


US Attorney general Eric Holder announces a record $16.6 billion civil settlement with Bank of America.






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Watch Live: Holder Speaks to Reporters


U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder makes financial fraud announcement and takes questions from reporters.






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Extreme Heat Grips Parts of South and Midwest









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Giant Grouper Swallows Shark Whole









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Former Va. Governor Testifies in Corruption Trial









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US Workers Don't take All Their Vacation Days









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Playful Beluga Whale Entertains Kids at Aquarium


The whale kept the kids on their toes, playfully lunging at them from behind glass at Connecticut’s Mystic Aquarium.






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PETA Buys SeaWorld Stock to Affect Whale Care









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Bank of America to Pay $17 Billion Settlement









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US Rescue Mission of James Foley Failed



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'No Confrontations' in Ferguson as Arrests Plummet


Only six people were arrested in Ferguson, Missouri, overnight as fewer "agitators and criminals" attended protests, police said.






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U.S. Mission to Rescue Foley in Syria Failed: Officials


The U.S. tried to rescue James Foley and other hostages held in Syria by Islamist militants, but the mission failed because the hostages weren't there, officials said.






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Ebola Patients to Leave Hospital



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Arrests Plummet in Ferguson









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Thursday's Top 6 News Stories


From the failed rescue of journalist James Foley to the release of the Ebola-afflicted U.S. doctor from the hospital, see the stories we’re following.
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State Legislatures Move to Nullify Federal Gun Laws


Nine states have adopted laws to curtail federal authority over firearms, relying on two constitutional arguments.






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Nelly Discusses His 'Broken' Hometown With Holder


Rapper Nelly spoke to Attorney General Eric Holder Wednesday, telling him that changes must be made to rebuild community trust in Ferguson, Missouri.






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'Go Kill ISIS and Leave Us Alone': Ferguson Poster Says


Demonstrator's message for cops following shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.






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Ferguson Cops Sued Over 2011 Alleged Wrongful Death


The Ferguson Police Department was hit with two federal lawsuits over the alleged wrongful death of a man that had been "tasered," NBC News confirmed.






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