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Michael Brown's father asks protesters to remain calm after grand jury decision.
Latino rights groups expect it may take months before applications for protection from deportation can be filed.
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The ambassador to Liberia says ending the epidemic by Christmas is "wishful thinking."
Your Take contributor Mary Best says she had never seen so much snow in her life.
Congressional Republicans face limited options to respond to the president on immigration.
The victims included three children, authorities said.
A largely peaceful march by tens of thousands ended in violence Thursday.
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More people head out for Thanksgiving this year as economy improves and gas prices fall.
'This was a direct intervention by God,' student says.
Increase comes as people await grand jury decision in Michael Brown shooting.
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Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says Obama will increase border security.
Singapore Airlines passenger Jeremy Gutsche says he's recovering from "sticker shock."
Span was first bridge south of Albany to carry cars and trucks across the Hudson.