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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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Thursday January 29, 2015    08:48 AM
ANNAPOLIS - Even those who have all the money in the world are susceptible to tragedy and death, though one may spend loyd of money to make your loved ones safe, if you ignore or forget simple safety precautions, you and those loved ones can die, no matter how much you may believe you are above it all.

Investigators say a large Christmas was the cause of a fire that killed four children and their grandparents not long after the family celebrated Christmas at their $6 million Annapolis mansion.

Investigators say the fire began in a room with a 19-foot-high ceiling connected to the sleeping and living areas. The most likely cause was a faulty electrical outlet connected to tree lights i

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Thursday January 29, 2015    08:34 AM
WASHINGTON DC - While snowboarding, a 6-year-old boy accidentally slammed into a passing car on a steep driveway in McLean near Washington DC. The boy was flown to Inova Fairfax Hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The accident occurred about 5:40 p.m. Wednesday when the boy was hit by a passing 2015 Lexus as he was snowboarding on a steep driveway in the 7000 block of Matthew Mills Road.

The 65-year-old driver of the Lexus, a McLean resident, said he heard a loud noise when the boy plowed into his car and knew right away what had happened. The driver immediately got out and rendered aid to the boy.

The boy remains in critical condition.

Police said speed and alcohol were no

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Wednesday January 28, 2015    03:39 PM
GoDaddy has pulled the ad they released on YouTube earlier this week (and had planned to air on Sunday during the Super Bowl) after animal rights activists freaked out over puppy cruelty issues. The spot itself was meant to be a parody of “Lost Dog,” Budweiser’s follow-up to last year’s “Puppy Love,” but apparently it was a misfire.

The ad itself sees an adorable dog bounding around until the audience falls in love with it, at which point it finds its owner, who is relieved because she had just sold the dog on her GoDaddy website and was about to have it next-day shipped.

Animal rights activists, however, didn’t appreciate the joke. Or, instead of recognizing it was a JOKE, decided to

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Tuesday January 27, 2015    11:48 AM
New York City's mayor is defending a complete travel ban officials ordered ahead of a snowstorm overnight that halted subway service and cleared city streets of cars even as New York City got far less snow than feared.

The travel ban was a "no-brainer based on the forecast" New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said today at a news conference.

Forecasts called for perhaps two feet of snow. Most of the city got far less, though 11 inches fell at LaGuardia Airport in the eastern borough of Queens, which was harder hit than other parts of the city.

Responding to a question about potential loss of business amid the travel ban, de Blasio said if the storm had hit at the strength of the most

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Monday January 26, 2015    10:30 PM
NEW YORK - New York is the city that never sleeps but you wouldn't know it early Tuesday morning.

8 million people have gone inside and streets are deserted, except for the snow plow trucks making their rounds.

The first big storm of the year may drop up to 3 feet of snow on Boston and New York before it ends Tuesday, with freezing rain and strong wind gusts possibly reaching 70 mph. Blizzard and winter storm warnings have been issued from Maryland through Maine and into Canada.

The massive blizzard is set to hit a 250-mile stretch of the Northeast United States, affecting tens of millions of people from New Jersey to Maine.

Up to two feet of snow is expected in coastal states

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Monday January 26, 2015    12:12 PM
NEW YORK - As millions of residents in the Northeast braced for a powerful blizzard set to sweep across the region, states announced travel bans and the suspension or reduction of public transit, thousands of flights were grounded, and officials urged people to leave work early before heavy snow and high winds would make travel treacherous.

"This will most likely be one of the largest blizzards in the history of New York City," Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday afternoon. He announced schools would be closed Tuesday and ordered all drivers off the roads by 11 p.m. Monday.

Cities big and small along the Philadelphia-to-Boston corridor of more than 35 million people began shutting down

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Wednesday January 21, 2015    11:14 AM
For photographers, there’s beautiful inspiration almost everywhere around the U.S. From the Grand Canyon to the Appalachian mountains, photographers have the opportunity to snap shots of some of the most breathtaking sights in the world.

With architectural aesthetics and nature in mind, here are the 10 most inspiring cities for photographers. Pack a bag, your Canon or Nikon and get ready to take some of the best (and most rewarding) photos of your life.

One of the best known cities in the northwest, Portland, Oregon is a city filled with awe-inspiring mountains, different cultures and a laid back mentality. If you’re a photographer who enjoys taking photos of city life and unique archi

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Tuesday January 20, 2015    09:33 AM
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has declared that snipers are not heroes in regard to the Oscar-nominated film about a former Navy SEAL sniper who existed mainly to snub the life of named enemy lists.

In a series of Tweets, Moore said, "My uncle killed by sniper in WW2," Moore wrote. "We were taught snipers were cowards. Will shoot u in the back. Snipers aren't heroes. And invaders r worse."

Another tweet agreed, stating "America has proven it is backwards, does not stand for what it preaches, is cowardly and glorifies torture, bombing, invading other countries without just cause, has cartoon films for the juvenile masses instead of films with messages as they use to produce. Amer

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