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Miracle at Sea: 25 Survive Navy Chopper Crash
The sailors and marines had been at a training site in Djibouti when the Super Stallion helicopter crashed.

Obama Chastises Congress During Labor Day Speech
"They say no to everything," President Barack Obama said of Congress, urging people to vote for representatives who would bring "progress."
Biden to Union Workers: Time to Take Back America
The vice president told union workers it's wrong for profits to explode when workers aren't "getting a fair share of what you've earned."

Apple: We're 'Actively Investigating' Celeb Photo Hack
The apparent hack of several iCloud accounts resulted in revealing photos of prominent Hollywood actresses being posted over the Web.
Did Handcuffed Man Kill Himself? Family Demands Feds Probe Case
High-profile civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump is calling on the Justice Department to investigate the death of Victor White.

Parents of Boy With Brain Tumor Fight Extradition
The parents say they want to give their 5 year-old-boy with a brain tumor the best chance to live with a treatment they read about on the Internet.

Cave Art Made by Neanderthals? Study Claims So
Scientists report what could be the first discovery of artwork by this extinct species.

Sad News for Zero-G Sex Study: The Geckos Are Dead
When a Russian experiment to see how geckos reproduced in weightlessness returned to Earth, scientists were dismayed to find that the geckos had died.

Skiing Standoff Could Be Downhill Run for Park City
A legal spat over big bucks and white powder threatens the ski season this year at one of the most popular resorts in the country.

Man Who Inspired Ice Bucket Challenge Is a New Dad
The ice bucket challenge gained incredible momentum through social media and contributed to the ALS Association raising more than $100 million.
Millennials More Likely to Take Credit for Others' Work
Millennials say they would take credit for someone else's work to get ahead more than five times as frequently as boomers, a new study says.

Fifty Tons of Dead Fish Wash Up in Mexican Lake
Mexican authorities are investigating after thousands of fish died from unknown causes.

ISIS Threat: Brits Give Police Power to Seize Passports
British Prime Minister David Cameron told parliament that police can seize the passports of suspected militants en route to Syria or Iraq.

Americans Detained in North Korea Plead for U.S. Help
Jeffrey Fowle, Mathew Miller and Kenneth Bae made the plea to The Associated Press and CNN.
Americans Detained in North Korea Plead for U.S. Help
Jeffrey Fowle, Mathew Miller and Kenneth Bae made the plea to The Associated Press and CNN.

Major Shift: Germany to Arm Anti-ISIS Forces in Iraq
“The far-reaching destabilization of an entire region affects Germany and Europe,” Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a speech to parliament.

Cameras Rolling: Ferguson Cops Get New Tech After Shooting
Officers were spotted wearing the recording devices for the first time over the weekend at a march protesting the Michael Brown shooting.

Pennsylvania Boy Killed by Lightning Strike
Twenty-one people have died after getting struck by lightning in the U.S. this year.

Good Catch! Owner Saves Drone After Battery Dies
Amazing footage of a drone falling from the sky after its batteries drained shows the owner’s amazing catch to save it from crashing into a lake.
Militants Make a Splash in Vacant U.S. Embassy in Libya
New video has surfaced of an Islamic militia apparently securing a US embassy in Libya that was abandoned about a month ago. NBC’s Bill Neely reports.

Dad Stabs Three Kids to Death on First Day of School
A man with a knife killed three children in a primary school in China on Monday, the first day of a new school term after the summer holiday.

What Killed Atlantic City's $2.4 Billion Casino Hotel?
Revel is shutting down a little over two years after opening with high hopes of revitalizing Atlantic City's struggling gambling market.
WATCH: What It's Like to Ride World's Fastest Zipline
NBC News' Jamieson Lesko flies headfirst at speeds of up to 100mph over a former slate quarry in Wales.

'Stockpile Toilet Paper,' Japan's Government Says
A message Japan began delivering Monday is a bit unusual, but true enough: Don't wait until it's too late to think about toilet paper.

Jet Forced to Emergency Land After Cabin Depressurizes
The Allegiant flight ran into trouble two hours into its journey from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Orlando, Florida.