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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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A New Hampshire man says he was attacked by a groundhog gone wild.
A Chihuahua named Frida won her first political office, being named Mayor of San Francisco for the day.
The owner of a now-closed California restaurant pleaded guilty to serving meat from an endangered whale.
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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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Republicans sued over the implementation of President Barack Obama's signature health care law.