A look back at the biggest newsmakers this week and the headline you may have missed.
Republicans sued over the implementation of President Barack Obama's signature health care law.
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More than 46 million Americans are expected to travel over the holiday weekend.
China could invade the computer systems of utilities, aviation networks, and financial companies, the director of the U.S. National Security Agency has warned.
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"The Tonight Show" hits the streets to talk with people about one of the year's most anticipated movies.
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Reluctant hero Katniss Everdeen faces the broiling drama of a budding revolution in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1."
The groundbreaking '70s sitcom is being reworked for a 2015 audience.
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The suspended Vikings running back says he was startled to the injuries his discipline caused to his son.
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Defenseman Slava Voynov was charged with felony domestic violence for allegedly attacking his wife at their home.
The Oakland Raiders earned their first win in more than a year as rookie quarterback Derek Carr rallied the team.
The stadium is buried under 220,000 tons of snow and the team is scrambling to shovel it all in time for Sunday's game.
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) _ The city of Portland is putting together a task force to examine its inspection programs in the wake of a house fire that killed six people.
Authorities say a three-year-old boy set a fire that burned down his mobile home, killing his mother and his twin siblings.
Maine officials say that the state's unemployment rate held steady in October at 5.8 percent.