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A flag-draped casket containing the body of Nelson Mandela arrived with a military honor guard Wednesday for display in an amphitheater where he was sworn in 19 years ago as South Africa s first black president.
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With two other professional sports having dealt with lawsuits over concussions in 2013, Major League Baseball announced plans to ban home plate collisions.
On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Tom Hanks gave one audience member a Christmas card photo she'll never forget.
NASA has unveiled Valkyrie, its 6'2' and 275 pounds humanoid, with detachable arms, mounted cameras and sonar sensors that would make it ideal for work in disaster-stricken areas.
If it seems like Christmas special re-runs have remarkable staying power, you're not imagining it. Production studios went on an incredible run of putting out Christmas classics in the 1960's and 1970's.
Brandon Stanton is the street photographer turned culture spotter behind the blog 'Humans of New York.' His photos have been called capsules of a moment in time, and are being imitated all over the world.
The singer sang a tearful tribute to the legendary country singer at Fox s ACAs.
Thamsanqa Jantjie outraged observers and became the butt of many late-night jokes with what s been called a fake performance.
Shocking television footage showed fans of Atletico Paranaense and Vasco da Gama, two rival teams meeting for a key end-of-season match, wage a savage battle in the terraces of the soccer stadium in the southern city of Joinville.
TIME takes a look at just how difficult it is to get runway ready with fitness expert Michael Olajide Jr., trainer of Victoria's Secret angels including Adriana Lima and Doutzen Kroes.
Let's get physical
From the UN Security Council to the NBA game between the Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls, individuals around the world observed a moment of silence to remember Nelson Mandela.
NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski reports on the six American causalities in Afghanistan after a military crash.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney says he expects President Barack Obama to publicly speak about a review on intelligence gathering in January.
Ray Kelly discusses stepping down as New York CIty police commissioner.
Hina Shamsi of the ACLU explains where the line should be drawn between civil liberties and security. She says the U.S. doesn’t need “dragnet surveillance” to stay “safe and secure.”
Pope Francis has removed a conservative American cardinal from the Vatican’s powerful congregation of bishops. Sister Jeannine Gramick discusses.
David Miliband, President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte talks about her opposition to the budget deal, which she says “unfairly targets” the cost of living for military retirees.
The founder and editor of the quarterly journal “National Affairs,” Yuval Levin, discusses the gap between the left and the right and how today’s partisan political debates got their start.
A federal judge ruled Monday that some of the NSA’s activities “almost certainly” violate the constitution. Spencer Ackerman joins to discuss Edward Snowden and if NSA reforms are on the horizon.
Director and actor Rob Reiner joins the NOW table to discuss the gay rights movement hitting a critical mass in America and the fight that is happening on a global scale.
Sylvain Groulx talks about the growing sectarian violence in the Central African Republican and how the U.S. is responding.
Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell criticizes the way Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has directed the Senate over the past year.
CarInsuranceComparision.com has collected data and has released its list of the states with the worst drivers. Louisiana tops the list, with South Carolina and Mississippi next in line.
Judge s ruling suggests NSA data collection violated Constitution; FDA raises concerns over anti-bacterial soaps; New studies dispel multivitamin myths; Syrians fight over a country in ruins; 30-ft Mandela statue unveiled in Pretoria; Snowfall to create awful road conditions; Joan Fontaine, Suspicion star, dies at 96; Kerry travels to Vietnam; Donated Christmas trees bring big smiles to military families
Earning the title of Ed Schultz's Pretender, former Speaker Newt Gingrich plays the blame game pointing the figure at Democratic mayors for nationwide poverty.