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Cleveland Sends Tamir Rice's Family A $500 Ambulance Bill

The city claims Rice's family owes money for the ambulance that transported the 12-year-old to the hospital after he was shot by police in 2014.

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Cruise ship passenger: Tables, chairs were flying

Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Sea cruise ship ran into a large storm in the Atlantic Ocean. Passengers Asher and Charlotte Lipman describe their experience on the ship.

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Goat facing 7 years in jail for eating flowers

A goat in India is staring down a seven year prison sentence for eating its neighbors flowers. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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Valentine's Day Is Such Garbage In Lebanon

Lebanon's government hasn't found a solution for the country's ongoing garbage problem. Cue the clowns.

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Deputies: Snapchat posting of money leads to robbery

Authorities say a photo on the Snapchat social media app led to a home invasion and robbery last month in suburban Boca Raton

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Fire breaks out at northern Mexico prison; deaths reported

A prison in northern Mexico is ablaze and local media say numerous inmates appear to have died

Maryland sheriff's office: Deputies involved in shooting

Authorities in Maryland say sheriff's deputies have been involved in a shooting

Trial date set for Ohio cop who shot driver in traffic stop

A judge in Ohio has scheduled the murder trial of a former University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot a motorist after a traffic stop

Wild elephant goes on rampage in Indian village

Video shows a wild elephant rampaging through a village in India's eastern West Bengal state. Residents say the animal damaged some 100 structures. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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PepsiCo meets 4Q profit forecasts

PepsiCo matches 4Q earnings expectations, tops revenue forecasts

Authorities reach $3.2B settlement with Morgan Stanley

Federal and state authorities have reached a $3.2 billion settlement with Morgan Stanley over bank practices that contributed to the 2008 financial crisis including misrepresentations about the value of mortgage-backed securities

Standoff At Oregon Wildlife Refuge May Be Coming To An End

The last four occupiers of the Oregon wildlife refuge are expected to end their protest Thursday after Cliven Bundy was arrested by the FBI.

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WWII couple reunites after more than 70 years

An American WWII veteran flew to Australia to be reunited with the woman he met and fell in love with during the war after over 70 years.

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Jason Silva Perplexes TODAY Anchors with Puzzles and Brain Games

Jason Silva is the host of National Geographic Channel's "Brain Games," which kicks off a new season on Sunday. Silva speaks to TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie about the new season, and challenges the anchors to put on their thinking caps.

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Head of Google in Europe grilled by UK tax authorities

The chair of the UK parliamentary committee has grilled the head of Google in Europe in a fierce exchange about whether the company had paid its fair share of taxes

Stan Kroenke Has 12 More Ranches Than You — And Way More Haters, Too

Stan Kroenke just settled his latest deal. This time it's for one of the largest cattle ranches in the U.S.

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Keith Pelley's vision for 2016 and beyond

With fierce competition from the USA's PGA Tour, new CEO of the European Tour Keith Pelley has strong views on what the Tour and the game needs to do to compete in 2016.

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Man loses it during flight, urinates on fellow passenger

A man aboard a flight headed to Paris allegedly urinated on a fellow passenger. It was supposedly because he wasn't allowed to smoke or drink mid-air. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Hundreds Of Galaxies Were Hiding Behind The Milky Way

Scientists used a radio telescope and an "innovative receiver" to see the hidden galaxies.

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Minnesota man to plead guilty in Islamic State case

A Minnesota man is expected to plead guilty to conspiring to provide support to the Islamic State group

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S. Korea shuts down joint industrial park with N. Korea

Under the gaze of armed soldiers, large white trucks streamed across the world's most armed border Thursday as South Korean workers began shutting down a jointly run industrial park in North Korea

$500 bill sent to Tamir Rice's estate for EMS services

The city of Cleveland is asking Tamir Rice's estate to pay $500 for an ambulance ride and medical services he received after being shot by a police officer