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We are in Paris, and this neighborhood, Montmartre, was once so popular with African Americans it was known as the "Harlem of the City of Lights."







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Flash floods forced more than 1,000 evacuations and numerous rescues across Oklahoma and Texas, as officials warned of "historic" rising waters still to come on Sunday.







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James Horn Jr., 47, was shot dead Saturday morning after a nearly month-long manhunt, the Henry County Sheriff said.







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Some police officers near Quick Loans Arena were wearing riot gear, according to The Associated Press.







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Four sinkholes opened up at the Top of the Rock Golf Course in Ridgedale, Missouri, on Friday.







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Jeralean Talley, the world's oldest living person, celebrated the big 1-1-6 on Saturday in Inkster, Michigan.







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"We're pleased with our safety record," Plains All American CEO Greg Armstrong told NBC News' Hallie Jackson







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Prosecutors believe the brutal murder of the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper "required the presence and assistance of more than one person."







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A study showed MEDi could reduce kids' pain by 50 percent by lowering their stress level.







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Three people have been arrested in the death of a 28-year-old man found unconscious under a mattress at a midtown Manhattan hotel earlier this week.







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"It sounds like we're making a fort back in the living room with couch cushions," night sky photographer Ben Canales said. "There's something really fun about it."







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A female protester was joined by another protester Saturday, and both chained themselves to the anchor of a ship docked in Bellingham Bay, Washington.







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A woman who was given a receipt with a racial slur on it from a New Orleans restaurant said that she "had a breakdown" because of the incident.







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A 72-year-old woman's loved ones fulfilled her dying wish while writing her obituary - by proclaiming an allegiance to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.







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A woman who was given a receipt with a racial slur on it from a New Orleans restaurant said that she "had a breakdown" because of the incident.







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Police on Long Island say the hate crimes unit is investigating an anonymous note sent to a black family asking them to leave the town.







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Millions of Americans were under the threat of floods this Memorial Day weekend as heavy rain was forecast for Texas, Arkansas and southern Plains.







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More than 350 people were already lined up when doors opened to see B.B. King one last time.







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A bizarre slow-speed chase ended peacefully when a man stepped into traffic and in front of the car and stopped it, forcing the driver to surrender.







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Here's how the chase unfolded, and ended with the capture of Daron Dylon Wint.







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