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Lightning Strikes in Paris, Germany Injure Nearly 40 Kids
3 hours 39 min
Nearly 40 children were injured in separate lightning strikes Saturday afternoon in Europe: one in France, and one in Germany.
What You Need to Know About the Cellphone and Cancer Study
5 hours 50 min
Federal researchers have rushed out results from a study that shows cellphone radiation might cause brain and heart tumors in rats. Should you worry?
Trump: 'Mexican' Judge in Trump U. Suit Is 'a Hater'
6 hours 32 min
Judge Gonzalo Curiel "happens to be, we believe Mexican, which is great. I think that's fine," Trump said. But he's "not doing the right thing."
Flooding, Tropical Depression a Threat on Holiday Weekend
7 hours 56 min
Missouri's governor declared a state of emergency ahead of expected heavy rains, and warned that levees could be overtopped.
ChangeMakers: Meet Diane Bell-McKoy
8 hours 1 min
"Baltimore: ChangeMakers" will introduce you to some of the individuals who are engaging youth, seeking to improve their neighborhoods block by block,
Wicked Weather Wallops Swaths of Country
9 hours 54 min
As storm-ravaged states like Kansas and Texas continue to clean up after days of relentless flooding and tornadoes, a tropical storm is brewing off the east coast of Florida. NBC's Janet Shamlian reports for TODAY.
Why Plastic Bag Taxes and Bans Don't Always Work
11 hours 8 min
NYC is the latest to implement a law aimed at cutting down on the environmental problems that officials and activists say are caused by plastic bags.
Drink Spiking At College: It Happens to Guys, Too
11 hours 24 min
Researchers surveyed more than 6,000 students at three American universities about doctored beverages.
Memorial Day Sales: Here's Where to Score Big Deals
12 hours 55 sec
It's Memorial Day weekend, which means it's time to hangout with family, fire up the grill, and, of course, get in on some serious sales!
Russia Tries to Change Its Spots With Rare Leopard Species
12 hours 30 min
Conservationists are attempting to reintroduce the Persian leopard into Russia's Caucasus region after more than 100 years.
Six Numbers That Show Why Clinton Is Still the Favorite in 2016
12 hours 56 min
Right now, Hillary Clinton is better positioned to win the presidency than her GOP rival.
Nail-Biting Drama: Scripps Spelling Bee Ends in a Tie
14 hours 43 min
Jairam Hathwar and Nihar Janga, who, at 11, is now the youngest winner of the bee on record, were declared co-champions in a nail-biting contest.
Hip-Hop Icon: NYPD Commish Should Apologize to Will Smith
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 22:41
New York's police commissioner labeled rappers as 'basically thugs' following a shooting at a hip-hop concert.
I Want To Be Free: Students Protest Not to Wear Bra
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 21:06
Several students at Helena High School in Montana took part in the protest over whether female students should be required to wear a bra.
Cavaliers Defeat Raptors to Reach NBA Finals
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 20:23
LeBron James and the Big Three were on full display as the Cavaliers beat the Raptors 113-87 in Game 6 to reach the NBA Finals.
Warnings Issued as Tropical Depression Targets Southeast
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 19:46
The depression is forecast to strengthen to a tropical storm and a tropical storm warning was issued for the entire S.C. coast.
Pilot Rescued After WWII Plane Ditches in NYC's Hudson River
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 18:27
The P-47 vintage plane was on a photo flight with at least two other planes along the river when there was some kind of mechanical issue.
More Protests Follow Trump in Day of California Rallies
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 18:18
More than 1,000 people gathered outside a Trump rally in San Diego Friday, in the latest demonstrations against the controversial candidate.
Student Gets Life-Saving Kidney Transplant From Teacher
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 16:12
Eight-year-old Natasha Fuller is recovering from kidney transplant surgery after a teacher at her school, Jodie Schmidt, volunteered to be her donor.
'Brazen' Trio of Bank Robbers Sought in 23 L.A. Heists
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 16:01
The trio, dubbed the Cold Hand Bandits because one once wore winter gloves in a heist, robbed banks 23 times since November, some more than once.