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Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich, left, arrives with his attorney for a court session at Camp Pendleton in Camp Pendleton, Calif., Tuesday, Jan. 24.,
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An ice storm that followed a snow storm coats this car in Seattle, Wash., last Thursday. The Northwest could see a much colder than normal February.
Judge Wesley Brown is shown in this June 2007 photo.
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Jefferson County School Superintendent Jeff Hammonds talks with an insurance agent outside the destroyed Center Point Elementary School on Tuesday.
The death toll stands at two, with 24 hospitalized and 200 homes destroyed. NBC's Brian Williams reports.
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Regardless of who Republicans eventually select as their party's standard bearer for November's election, Obama's record will be central to the political argument.
David Plouffe, a senior adviser to President Obama, talks to TODAY's Ann Curry about the 2012 presidential race and previews President Obama's State of the Union address.
White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett joins Morning Joe to discuss the president's Tuesday State of the Union address. Jarrett says the president will discuss what it takes to have sustained growth and a strong economy in the U.S. along with growing U.S. manufacturing.
This undated photo of Anthony Graziano was released by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012 in New York.
KSL-TV's Mike Anderson reports.
This glaring misspelling has some criticizing the "dumbing down" of American society.
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Mount Rainer, seen at dawn on Jan. 2, is only 50 miles south of Seattle and draws thousands of hikers each year, even in winter.
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Snowshoers head out on a trek at the Paradise area of Mount Raininer National Park on Jan. 7.
Helmet-cam video shows a snowmobiler caught in an avalanche in Washington State and his friends quickly rushing to his rescue. KING-TV's Jim Forman reports.
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A member of the Multnomah County Sheriff Search and Rescue team searches along the Clackamas River for 6-year-old Vinesa Snegur on Monday.
A series of storms stretching from coast to coast brought snow and ice to the Pacific Northwest, grounded planes in Chicago and 2012's first snow to the Northeast. NBC's Bill Karins and the Weather Channel's Mike Seidel report.
Rescue crews continue to search for a 6-year-old Oregon girl that has been missing since Sunday, when she fell into the icy Clackamas River. KGW-TV's Mark Hanrahan reports.
Obada Mzaik, seen in this undated family photo provided by Dr. Firas Nashef, has been missing nearly three weeks after traveling to Syria on Jan. 3, according to relatives.
The Syrian government says the country is being attacked by extremists but some civilians say the only armed gangs in the city are the security forces. NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
In a tape declassified in May 2011, President John F. Kennedy is heard expressing doubts about the expense of the space program as he prepared for his reelection campaign. NBC's Brian Williams reports.
Audio tapes featuring Jackie Kennedy that were made in the months following John F. Kennedy's death are providing a new look at the former first lady.
Watch the full NBC News/National Journal/Tampa Bay Times GOP presidential debate as Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney set a combative ahead of Florida's Jan. 31 primary.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney released his tax returns, which reveal he paid a 14 percent rate on nearly $22 million in income for 2010. NBC's Chuck Todd talks to TODAY's Matt Lauer about how this release might impact the race.
At Monday's Republican presidential debate in Florida, the showdown between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich erupted into a verbal slugfest. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.
Top Talkers: A new Gallup daily tracking poll from Monday shows 2012 candidates Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are in a statistical tie in Florida. The Morning Joe panel – including New York Magazine's John Heilemann and financier Steven Rattner – discusses the poll and Monday's NBC News/National Journal/Tampa Bay Times debate.
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Nanette Packard waits for opening statements to begin in her trial in Santa Ana, Calif. on Monday, Jan. 9, 2012.
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Anti-abortion demonstrators take part in the "March for Life" in Washington on Monday.
Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, talks about the ongoing battle over abortion and a woman's right to choose.