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No. 14 Virginia bounces back, beats East Carolina 76-53

Kyle Guy scored 13 points to lead five Virginia players in double figures, and the No. 14 Cavaliers used strong perimeter shooting to beat East Carolina 76-53 on Tuesday night.

Families still in hotels nearly a month after Hurricane Matthew

Thursday will mark exactly two months since Hurricane Matthew brought heavy rain and flooding to the east and some residents displaced from the storm continue to fight to make it back home.

Bear cub "up a tree" in Washington

A black bear cub was found in a tree near the intersection of Tarboro Streets and Fowle Drive in Washington.

Greenville holds Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony

Dozens of people turned out for a ceremony at the Greenville Town Common on the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

NCEL Drawing for 12-7-16

NCEL Drawing for 12-7-16

Trump meets with McCrory in New York

Gov. Pat McCrory met this morning with President-elect Donald Trump.

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Eiffel Tower Disappears in Thick Paris Smog

Facing its worse winter pollution in a decade, Paris is sticking to controversial traffic restrictions.Paris city hall has barred half of all cars fro

Will World's Most Powerful Woman Survive Populist Tide?

Merkel is seen by many as the last bulwark against rampant populism that has already defeated Hillary Clinton, Britain's Cameron and Italy's Renzi.

Manhunt After Cop Killed, Second Critical in Georgia Shooting

Minquell Kennedy Lembrick, 32, escaped after the shooting near Georgia Southwestern State University on Wednesday morning.

Jury Foreman in Michael Slager Trial: Race Wasn't a Factor

Dorsey Montgomery II was the only African-American on the jury, which could not decide whether to convict officer Slager in the death of Walter Scott.

Fake News Did Not Sway Election: Facebook's Sandberg

With Facebook facing criticism that it played a role in disseminating fake news during the U.S. presidential election, its chief operating officer said it's an important problem, but one whose impact has been overstated. 'There have been claims that it swayed the election, and we don't think it swayed the election,' Sheryl Sandberg told Savannah Guthrie in an exclusive interview on TODAY. 'But we take that responsibility really seriously. And we're looking at things, like working with third parties, helping to label false news, doing the things we can do to make it clearer what's a hoax on Facebook.' Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined steps last month that included improving the ability to detect misinformation, making it easier to report hoaxes and false stories and labeling stories other users have flagged as false.