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Tennessee plane crash victims all members of Kansas ranching family


Mark Zaleski / AP Investigators carry a body from the crash site Tuesday where a small plane crashed Monday near a YMCA in suburban Nashville, Tenn.

New York mayor refuses to march in St. Patrick's Day parade over gay ban

By Nadia Sikander, NBC News New York’s newly elected mayor is already walking away from the city’s oldest traditions: The St.

Indiana man back home 18 years after abduction

By Charles Wilson, The Associated Press Nathan Slinkard was 5 years old when his mother failed to return him to his father as an Indiana court had ordered.  On Tuesday, the 23-year-old man was back home with his father, about a week after he walked into the United States Consulate in Guadalajara, Mexico, and identified himself.  Nathan Slinkard arrived in Indianapolis last week, 18 years after he went missing, the Hancock County Sheriff's Department and National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said Tuesday.  Slinkard was 5, his brother, Andrew, was 7, and their sister, Sydney, was 3 in October 1995 when they went missing from Greenfield, a city about 20 miles east of Indianapolis.

Nuclear letdown: Navy suspends 30 instructors at reactor school for alleged cheating

By Jim Miklaszewski and Jeff Black, NBC News The nuclear officer cheating scandal seems to have spread to another branch of the U.S.

Girl testifies stepdad doctor 'waterboarded' her for vomiting milk


Delaware State Police Melvin Morse heads the Institute for the Scientific Study of Consciousness and has appeared on 'Oprah' and 'Good Morning America.' By Lacey Johnson, Reuters GEORGETOWN, Del.

National Guard recruiting fraud could top $50 million, top Army investigator says


Larry Downing / Reuters file U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo). By Talesha Reynolds, Jim Miklaszewski and Jeff Black, NBC News Millions of dollars worth of fraud uncovered in a National Guard recruiting program in which recruiters secretly pocketed referral bonuses is likely far worse than was earlier known, an Army general told a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday.

Second wallop: 32 states in the path of another wild storm


At the start of a rough and wild week of weather, the second in a line of nasty storms is taking shape this morning, ready to dump snow and ice from Colorado all the way to New England.

Hoffman withdrew $1,200 from ATM the night before he was found dead: sources


Matt Carr / Getty Images file Philip Seymour Hoffman, 46, was found dead in his New York City apartment Sunday.

Doctors say skydiving teen may make full recovery

  By Frank Heinz, NBC Dallas-Fort Worth Doctors at the Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation say a teen who plummeted 3,500 feet to the ground last month walked with assistance Monday and may make a full recovery.

'Apologetic bandit' caught after series of stickups

By Steven Covelman, NBC Los Angeles An alleged thief dubbed the “Apologetic Bandit” for his polite, remorseful tone while committing a string of robberies is in custody on suspicion of holding up at least 10 gas stations and convenience stores in Orange County over the past year.

Federal judge hears arguments on Virginia's ban on gay marriage

By Elizabeth Chuck, Staff Writer, NBC News A federal judge is hearing arguments Tuesday on whether Virginia's ban on gay marriage should be struck down, in a case that could have repercussions for marriage equality throughout the South.

Second winter storm to dump up to a foot of snow on Northeast, Midwest

Hopeful passengers are settling in for extended delays, as flight disruptions are slated to cost $2.5 billion.

Pilot called a hero for avoiding buildings in Tennessee plane crash that killed 4


NBC News By M. Alex Johnson, Staff Writer, NBC News Four members of the same family were killed aboard a light plane that crashed Monday near Nashville, Tenn., authorities said.

Child dies after being pulled from cruise ship pool

A 4-year-old child died after being pulled unresponsive from a swimming pool on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship off the coast of North Carolina on Monday, cruise line and Coast Guard officials said.

2013 was a record year for exonerations of prisoners


Courtesy of the Center on Wrongful Convictions Nicole Harris was exonerated in 2013 in the death of her four-year-old son.

Elderly driver backs over 7, killing 3, after church in Florida


WFLA-TV An investigator and a bystander at the scene of an accident that killed three elderly women Sunday in Bradenton, Fla.

VA backlog again gnarled in red tape, report finds

By Bill Briggs, NBC News contributor The Department of Veterans Affairs' promise to end by 2015 its massive, benefits backlog for disabled veterans has "stalled," according to an analysis released Monday by a leading veterans' organization.  After slicing its glut of pending claims from a peak of 600,000 cases in March 2013 to 400,000 in November, the VA has been unable to budge below that threshold this year, according to "The Red Tape Report," authored by the group Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America.

Killer who escaped Michigan prison captured in Indiana


By Henry Austin and Christopher Nelson, NBC News A convicted killer who broke out of a Michigan prison during the Super Bowl then carjacked and kidnapped a woman as he fled was captured in Indiana on Monday, police said.

4 feared dead in Tennessee plane crash as pilot hailed for avoiding buildings


NBC News By M. Alex Johnson, Staff Writer, NBC News Four people were feared dead aboard a light plane that crashed Monday in suburban Nashville, Tenn., including the pilot, who witnesses said saved many lives by narrowly avoiding a nearby YMCA building.


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