Edwards Apologizes to Senator Clinton

An apology to Senator Hilary Clinton, from the wife of Senator John Edwards, Elizabeth. The apology stemmed from Edwards comments that her choices in life have made her happier than the senator. However, Edwards also disputed the remarks, saying she was misquoted. She claims she complimented Senator Clinton, saying she would make a formidable opponent if her husband John Edwards decides to run for President in 2008.

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Pilot Who Died Mid-Flight Was 'Caring' Dad of Eight

Capt. Michael Johnston, a 57-year-old veteran pilot had a double-bypass heart surgery in 2006, but had otherwise been in good health, his wife said.

Changing Story Doesn't Absolve U.S., Aid Group Says

It doesn't matter if Afghan forces requested U.S. strikes on a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan, the group's president told NBC News.

Obama to Meet With Families of Oregon College Victims

Obama's visit Friday with families of victims of last week's shootings at Umpqua Community College will be private, a White House official said.

Terminally Ill Californians Gain 'Right to Die'

California on Monday became the fifth state to allow terminally ill patients to end their lives using doctor-prescribed drugs.

Families of Sunken Ship Crew Hope for 'a Miracle'

"I believe he's fighting with everything he has in him," the stepfather of El Faro crew member LeShaun Rivera told NBC News.


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