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2 hours 35 min ago
Milwaukee Woman on FBI's Most Wanted List Captured
3 hours 13 min
The Milwaukee woman was nabbed in Fayetteville, North Carolina, two days after she became the subject of a large-scale effort to find her.
Federal Judge Strikes Down 'Religious Freedom' Law
3 hours 37 min
A federal judge struck down Mississippi's controversial "religious freedom" law late Thursday, hours before it was slated to take effect.
Why Florida's Waterways Are Fouled With Gross Green Gunk
3 hours 49 min
The foul-smelling sludge has forced Florida officials to close some of the state's beaches just before the Fourth of July holiday.
Lynch To Accept FBI Decision on Clinton Emails
4 hours 52 min
Attorney General Lynch is expected to say she will accept the FBI recommendations in its investigation into Hillary Clinton's State Department emails.
'Professional Malpractice': Trump's Fundraising Woes
4 hours 56 min
Donald Trump likely left tens of millions of dollars on the table by essentially ignoring online fundraising until recently, experts say.
Edward Snowden Debuts With Daniel Radcliffe in Play (Sort of)
5 hours 20 min
Self-exile in Russia isn't stopping Edward Snowden from making his Off Broadway debut this weekend.
Tennis Star's Epic Rant: 'You Are the Worst Umpire Ever!'
5 hours 27 min
For Serbian tennis player Victor Troicki, this year's Wimbledon tournament unfolded like this: game, set ... meltdown.
7,000 Baby Turkeys Killed in Massachusetts Barn Fire
5 hours 35 min
The Massachusetts Fire Marshal's Office is investigating the cause of the fire but said it does not appear to be suspicious.
First Read: Clinton Keeps Edge in New NBC Battleground Map
5 hours 55 min
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
What You Need to Know about the July Fourth Travel Crush
5 hours 59 min
TODAY's Dylan Dreyer pinpoints potential trouble spots where traveling will be toughest.
Professional Baseball Team Signs Two Women
6 hours 38 min
Minor league baseball's independent Sonoma Stompers will make history when two women take the field for Friday's game.
Confession Time! Voters Share Darkest Election Secrets
6 hours 40 min
Voters share their biggest secrets when it comes to the 2016 presidential campaign.
Presidential Election to Be Rerun After Far-Right Appeal
6 hours 46 min
Political scientist Peter Filzmaier said it might be the first time that a nationwide vote will have to be repeated "in any modern world democracy."
Al Gore's Daughter Arrested in Pipeline Protest
7 hours 9 min
Karenna Gore and others facing resisting arrest charges will be arraigned Friday.
American Teen Killed in Bed: 'Her Whole Future Was Open'
7 hours 53 min
Hallel Ariel, 13, was killed by a Palestinian teenager Thursday as she slept.
More Suspects Arrested Over Istanbul Airport Attack
8 hours 42 min
More than 40 people were killed in the attack on Istanbul's Ataturk airport.
Fourth of July Travel: When (and When Not) to Hit Road
9 hours 12 min
Millions of people are set to hit the road this holiday weekend. TODAY's Dylan Dreyer looks at the best time to leave, and how to avoid gridlock.
Taiwan Accidentally Fires Missile Toward Rival China
9 hours 23 min
A Taiwanese naval ship accidentally fired a supersonic missile in the direction of its arch rival China on Friday.
Trump's Reddit Fan Club Grapples With Crackdown, Civil War
9 hours 47 min
A popular subreddit is plagued by constant infighting and infiltration by white supremacists. Now the site is changing its rules.
A Tibetan Dialect Called 'Mustang' Is Staying Alive in U.S.
9 hours 55 min
Mustang is a dialect of Tibetan with only 7,500 speakers worldwide — 800 of whom live in the U.S.