00:19 — Japanese authorities have arrested a 52-year-old man accused of making threatening phone calls to U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy.
01:59 — Some areas will pick up six inches of snow from the storm and temperatures in the Northeast will drop 10 to 15 degrees below normal over the weekend.
02:08 — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is expected to formally announce his hunt for the GOP nomination and the White House.
01:57 — Republican Rep. Aaron Schock of Illinois has resigned from Congress following questions about his spending, including his Downton Abbey-themed office.
00:19 — Six people were shot, one fatally, when a gunman opened fire in Mesa, Arizona, before triggering a manhunt that led to his arrest.
00:29 — Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, toured some of America’s most famed monuments in Washington, D.C., Wednesday.
01:56 — Authorities are now investigating a number of cold missing persons cases across the country in cities where Robert Durst once lived.
02:31 — The state of Virginia is investigating the bloody arrest of a 20-year-old University of Virginia student after he was denied entry into a bar.
03:06 — In an exclusive interview, Benjamin Netanyahu talks about the controversial comments he made before his victory in the Israeli election.
01:50 — James Otis Byrd had been missing for two weeks when his body was discovered deep in the woods near Port Gibson, Mississippi.
02:07 — NBC's "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd talks about the future of a peace deal after Obama spoke out about comments made by the Prime Minister.
01:49 — As the online threat grows, one program is trying to teach younger people to combat the problem.
02:30 — U.S. veterans gather on the Japanese island of Iwo Jima to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the one the most iconic battles of World War II.
00:17 — A group of cape-wearing Girl Scouts from Tulsa, Oklahoma, wowed the president with a page-turning robot built out of Legos for the disabled.
01:54 — As many as one in four breast biopsies are incorrectly diagnosed by pathologists, according to a new study.
02:10 — In some states, drunk drivers can return to the road despite repeated DUI convictions.
02:14 — The Kappa Delta Rho chapter at Penn State has been suspended for a year after pictures of nude female students surfaced on two Facebook pages.
01:39 — An anti-human trafficking bill with an abortion provision must be resolved before attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch gets her confirmation vote.
01:44 — Joseph Clancy, director of the Secret Service, acknowledged that at least one camera angle was missing from the night of the alleged car accident.
02:36 — NASA’s senior water scientist warns that if drastic conservation measures aren’t taken, the state only has about a year’s worth of water left.
02:25 — The first lady’s five-day trip is designed to promote the education of girls in Cambodia.
01:51 — A Brooklyn community is mourning the deaths of seven children, ages 5 to 16, and hoping for the survival of their mother and sister, who managed to e (more…)
02:55 — Yemen has been a key U.S. ally in the fight on terror, but now it has plunged into chaos and potential collapse.
01:32 — A United Airlines flight en route from Washington, D.C. to Denver was diverted after an unruly passenger yelling “jihad” rushed toward the cockpit.
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