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Obama administration scraps bullet ban after push back

The agency responsible for regulating guns is dropping its proposal to ban a type of armor-piercing bullets after outrage from the pro-gun community.

Hillary Clinton says she used one email 'for convenience'

Former secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she used a private domain for her official work during her time at the State Department out of "convenience," but admitted in retrospect "it would have been better" to use multi

US Marshal shot, killed at Baton Rouge motel

A United States Marshal was shot at the Elm Grove Motel around 11:30 AM Tuesday. Police on the scene confirm to NBC33 the Marshal died in connection with injuries sustained in the shooting.

Mystery voice leads first responders to baby trapped in river

An incredible story out of Utah. First responders save a baby who'd been trapped in a wrecked car for hours.

Jurors see Tsarnaev's writings on boat

Jurors in the Boston Marathon bombings trial were shown a key piece of evidence Tuesday: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's writings on the inside of the boat he used as a hideout.

Could the U.S. be growing less hateful? Report: Maybe, but racism more hidden

America may be growing less hateful.

McDonald's to put kale on menu?

Looking for some kale in that Shamrock Shake from McDonald's? It's not going to happen in time for St. Patrick's Day next week. But maybe in 2016? That's what one Wall Street firm is suggesting.

2 University of Oklahoma students expelled over racist chant

Two University of Oklahoma students were expelled Tuesday for their alleged "leadership role" in a racist chant by Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity members, a decision that President David Boren says speaks to his school's "zer

Father: Scammer stole daughter's online identity to meet women

One Valley couple has a scary warning for parents who post pictures of their children on social media – a scammer is using pictures of their 3-year-old daughter to meet girls online. The scam is an online phenomenon called "catfishing." The way i

The first city to open its own pot shop

Cannabis Corner is the first recreational pot shop in the U.S. to be owned and operated by a government agency.