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NOAA reports third baby orca born in recent months
Biologists following endangered orcas on a research vessel have spotted a new baby orca off the Washington coast.
Minnesota teen pleads guilty to trying to support terrorism
A Minneapolis teenager accused of trying to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group has pleaded guilty in federal court.
Marathon bombing suspect's lawyers seek indictment dismissal
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have asked a judge to dismiss the indictment against their client, arguing that the way jury selection was conducted violates the Constitution.
Labs extend record as US top dog, but bulldogs make waves
The American Kennel Club is releasing its 2014 breed popularity rankings on Thursday.
911 operator who told teen to 'stop whining' now out of job
A 911 dispatcher who told a 13-year-old girl to "stop whining" as her father lay dying in a hit-and-run crash on a Maryland highway is out of the job.
3 arrested in NY, Florida in plot to join Islamic State
Federal officials say three men have been taken into custody in the United States on charges they plotted to travel overseas to join the Islamic State.
More snow in Boston, temperature records broken elsewhere
Boston doesn't need any more milestones like this. With another 1.9 inches of snow overnight, the city has now received more than 100 inches this winter. That makes it the second-snowiest on record -- and there's still a few more weeks to go.
Minnesota man pleads not guilty to supporting Islamic State
A Minneapolis man who was stopped at a New York City airport in November as he and three others were allegedly trying to travel to Syria has pleaded not guilty to charges associated with supporting the Islamic State group.
Astronauts take 2nd spacewalk for cable, lube job
NASA astronauts have ventured back outside the International Space Station for more cable work and a lube job.
Without hate crime, US limited in prosecuting George Zimmerman
The Justice Department's decision to not prosecute a civilian neighborhood-watch volunteer for a hate crime in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager isn't necessarily a harbinger of how it will rule in two other high-profile deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police.
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