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Sunday February 8, 2015    02:57 PM
Former Apple CEO John Sculley, who basically fired Steve Jobs from Apple, the company he founded now says he wishes he would have hired him back.

"I wish in hindsight I had reached back to Steve and told him, 'I want to help you come back to Apple,'" Sculley told CNNMoney. "I wish Apple had hired him back sooner rather than later."

Sculley himself was forced out of Apple (AAPL, Tech30) in 1993 over a dispute about licensing Macintosh's software to other PC makers. The board was in favor of letting other computer makers use Apple's software, but Sculley was opposed.

After Sculley's ouster, Apple did end up licensing its software, which turned out to be a major mistake. By the time A

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Sunday February 8, 2015    10:48 AM
MALIBU, California - After one person died in a horrible car crash, Bruce Jenner volunteered to go to the hospital to have his blood drawn for blood alcohol testing. He was taken in a Sheriff's cruiser. The woman who was killed in the white car was coming to a stop at a red light when Bruce hit her. Law enforcement reports indicate Jenner was not speeding.

There may have been a 4th car involved in the accident. The woman in the white car hit a Prius in front of her before moving into oncoming traffic.

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Sunday February 8, 2015    10:45 AM
Later this year along the banks of the James River outside Richmond, Virginia, a paper products maker based in northeastern China will begin construction on a new U.S. manufacturing plant. The factory will churn the region's straw and corn stalks into household products including napkins, tissue and organic fertilizer—all marked "Made in the USA."

Shandong Tranlin Paper's new U.S. factory is forecast to generate about 2,000 new jobs by 2020, and is the latest Chinese company to invest in American manufacturing.

Chinese foreign direct investment in the U.S. totaled $12 billion last year, topping $10 billion for the second year in a row, according to the Rhodium Group, which tracks Chine

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Sunday February 8, 2015    10:11 AM
"In the midst of a career spent covering and consuming news, it has become painfully apparent to me that I am presently too much a part of the news, due to my actions," Williams said in a statement posted on NBC News' website.

Williams, a star anchor who has garnered high ratings for NBC, said he planned eventually to return to the broadcast and "continue my career-long effort to be worthy of the trust of those who place their trust in us."

Lester Holt, who typically anchors NBC Evening News on weekends, will step in to handle the weekday evening broadcast in the interim, Williams said.

NBC, a unit of Comcast Corp, on Friday said it was launching an internal probe of Williams' false

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Sunday February 8, 2015    10:07 AM
Former UNC basketball coach Dean Smith died Saturday evening in Chapel Hill, according to a statement released by the university. He had battled dementia for years. He was 83 years old.

"Coach Dean Smith passed away peacefully the evening of February 7 at his home in Chapel Hill, and surrounded by his wife and five children," the Smith family said in a statement to UNC. "We are grateful for all the thoughts and prayers, and appreciate the continued respect for our privacy as arrangements are made available to the public. Thank you."

UNC coach Roy Williams called him "the perfect picture of what a college basketball coach should have been." The 64-year-old, who played for UNC's junior

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Wednesday February 4, 2015    09:50 AM
It is the deadliest accident in the history of the Metro-North Railroad. Officials said they still could not explain how or why a sport-utility vehicle became stranded on the train tracks.

A crowded commuter train traveling north through Westchester County slammed into the S.U.V. on Tuesday night, setting off a devastating explosion and fire that killed six people. Fifteen people were being treated at local hospitals, state officials said.

State officials, who had said on Tuesday that seven people were killed, revised the number downward on Wednesday morning, saying that six people had died — five train passengers and the driver of the car, according to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office an

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Monday February 2, 2015    06:45 AM
A vast winter storm that dumped record-shattering snow on the Midwest made for a messy Monday morning in New York and Boston, crippling airports and hindering the recovery from last week's blizzard.

Tens of millions of Americans were in the path of the storm, which delivered snow in New England before dawn even as it continued to pummel the Midwest and Ohio. Behind it was a blast of arctic air, raising the threat of ice, more slick travel and downed power lines.

Many snow-wearied areas of the Northeast and New England were getting their third hit of snow in little over a week. It seemed appropriate on Groundhog Day — and, sure enough, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow in Pennsylvania, s

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Saturday January 31, 2015    06:26 PM
Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown was "still alive and breathing" in a hospital Saturday afternoon after being found face down in a bathtub full of water in Roswell, Georgia, police in the Atlanta suburb said.

Brown, 21, "was not breathing" when a man identified as her husband and a friend found her at about 10:25 a.m. at a townhouse in a Roswell subdivision, police spokeswoman Lisa Holland said. They called 911 and performed CPR until public safety officers arrived and took over, she said.

Bobbi Kristina was discovered by her husband Nick Gordon who began CPR before police took over as they awaited an ambulance. While she is currently stable, she is in a medically induce

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Friday January 30, 2015    03:01 AM
After more than 30 years, Eddie Murphy is returning to Saturday Night Live.

The comedy legend will appear on the 40th anniversary special of the NBC sketch comedy show. The special airs February 15.

Murphy, who started his stand-up comedy career at 15, was 19 when he joined the show in 1981.

His last appearance was as host in 1984, by which time he had become a mega-movie star with "Beverly Hills Cop."

In an interview with News One Now, Murphy talked about why it took so long for him to return.

It just never worked out where the timing was right for me to do it," he said.

"They're having a 40th anniversary. I'm going to that. And that will be the first time I've been back s

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Thursday January 29, 2015    05:06 PM
MEXICO CITY, - Injured and bleeding mothers carried their newborn infants in their arms, frantically running from flames and smoke in an effort to save newborn babies and toddlers in a maternity hospital shattered by a powerful gas explosion. Rescuers swung sledgehammers to break through fallen concrete hunting for others who might be trapped. Other workers and rescuers carried babies from the hospital amid screams of desperation and horror.

A truck carrying liquid natural gas to a Mexico City maternity hospital exploded today, killing perhaps as many as seven people, perhaps many more.

More than 100 people had been inside the Cuajimalpa Maternal Hospital when the blast shattered the c

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