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Giant panda caught on camera roaming the streets

A giant panda was caught on camera wandering the streets early this morning, March 5, 2015, in a southwest China town.

McDonald's to stop selling chicken raised on antibiotics

McDonald's says its restaurants in the U.S. will gradually stop selling chicken that was raised using human antibiotics.

US clears officer in Ferguson case, criticizes police force

The Justice Department says it won't prosecute former Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of an unarmed black 18-year-old that led to weeks of protests.

Texas state lawmaker proposes legalizing marijuana citing religion

Texas is historically a conservative state, but for one representative, opening the doors for marijuana use does not mean Texas is compromising its conservative values.

Open arguments take place in the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber

As federal prosecutors begin their case against accused Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, many analysts think the early strategy will be to overwhelm the jury with the magnitude of the attack.

Supreme Court tackles another case challenging Affordable Care Act

The U.S. Supreme Court will take a third look at "Obamacare" today.

Update: Tide turns for cyber-bullied toddler

Internet rallies to show support for toddler attacked by cyberbullies. A toddler and mother facing the wrath of the internet may now be on the right side of the web.

Clinton's email scrutinized for violating government requirements

As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton used only a personal email address to conduct government business, possibly violating requirements that her emails be preserved.

Democrats react to Netanyahu’s remarks

Many Congressional democrats were unhappy with both the substance of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s remarks and the fact that he delivered the speech on the house floor.

Israeli leader thanks US, Obama for aid, warns about Iran

WASHINGTON - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (neh-ten-YAH'-hoo) is thanking the United States and President Barack Obama for aiding Israel, and warning of the threat that Iran poses to Israel's survival.

Croatian president: We will help Bosnia get into the EU

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarevic says her country will help neighboring Bosnia walk the "long and difficult path" toward European Union membership.

Ice leaves lobster researcher stranded on tiny Maine island

If you're sick of all the snow and ice this winter, imagine being stranded by ice on a small Maine island for the whole month of February.

Unlikely friends: Kindem celebrates his 90th birthday with his 4-year-old pal Emmett by his side

Erling Kindem celebrated his 90th birthday Sunday with his 4-year-old pal Emmett by his side.

Dog left paralyzed after being hit by car learns to walk again

A dog left paralyzed after being hit on an Arkansas road is making a remarkable recovery.

Living Healthy: behavioral modifications for insomnia

NBC NEWS – One in every four people struggles with falling asleep at night. Haley Hernandez takes a look at solutions for sleep problems, revealing how our own behavior could be getting in the way of a restful night.

Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu sparks controversy during D.C. visit

Benjamin Netanyahu does not want to inject Israel into the American partisan debate on Capitol Hill.

Tax refund season has many Americans wondering what they should do with their refund check

It's the heart of tax season, and that has many Americans thinking about what to do with their refund.

Downtown Grantville, Georgia, once used as a set for "The Walking Dead," for sale on eBay

You'll find all sorts of things for sale on Craigslist and eBay, including a small southern town. Downtown Grantville, Georgia is currently for sale on eBay.

Authorities investigating deadly LAPD shooting

Authorities in Los Angeles this morning are investigating a deadly police shooting on Sunday.

New survey: Butt lifts and implants are among the fastest growing procedures

New statistics on cosmetic surgery trends finds less is more when it comes to the face, and more is more when it comes to the backside!

Tiny camera capsule allows veterinarians to examine digestive tracts of their canine patients

A tiny capsule with four cameras inside is revolutionizing veterinary technology, and helped a sick Arlington, Washington dog.