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"World News Tonight With David Muir" Podcast - March 5, 2015

LaGuardia Crash: Snow and ice cause a close call for a Delta flight that crashed through a fence trying to land at New York’s LaGuardia Airport. 

Plane Cancellations: The latest winter blast sets off a ripple effect of misery for air travelers with more than 6,000 flights canceled in 48 hours. 

Boston Bombing: New evidence in the Boston Marathon bombing trial shows Dzokhar Tsarnaev moments before the blast. Plus, one victim has a message for the accused bomber. 

Ambassador Attacked: After the U.S. ambassador to South Korea is attacked, many are wondering -- are American diplomats stationed around the world safe? 

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"World News Tonight With David Muir" Podcast - March 4, 2015

Boston Bomber Trial: The first day in the trial of accused Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev started with a shocking admission. 

Ferguson Cops React: Former Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson is cleared of civil rights violations in the shooting death of Michael Brown. This comes after the scathing report from the Justice Department found a pattern of racism and discrimination inside the Ferguson police force.

Emergency Jet Evacuation: Over a hundred passengers were evacuated from a smoking U.S. Airways jet in Denver.

Hillary Clinton E-mails: Many are asking whether Hillary Clinton broke the law when she used her personal account for business while serving as Secretary of State.

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"World News Tonight With David Muir" Podcast - March 3, 2015

Ferguson Findings: The Justice Department is expected to release their findings in an investigation into the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department. 

Famous Dad Fights Back: A famous sports dad defended his teenage daughter from cruel cyber bullies exposing vicious tweets by people who thought they could stay anonymous.

Petraeus's Plea Deal: Former CIA Director David Petraeus agreed to a plea deal for sharing some of America’s top secrets with his mistress.

Boston Bomber Exclusive: A 12 member jury has been seated for the trial of accused Boston Bomber Dzokhar Tsarvaev. ABC’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross has an exclusive look at the widow of one of the brothers.

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"World News Tonight With David Muir" - March 2, 2015

LAPD Shooting: The Los Angeles Police Department defends its fatal shooting of a homeless man 

Ebola Victim Lawsuit: Nina Pham, the Texas nurse who contracted Ebola, is suing the hospital at which she worked

Twitter Fights ISIS: Twitter suspends and deactivates thousands of ISIS-connected accounts

Gold Rush: Four million dollars worth of gold stolen in I-95 truck robbery


"World News Tonight With David Muir" Podcast - February 27, 2015

Jihadi John: An international manhunt is underway for the killer referred to as “Jihadi John.” 

Missouri Shooter: A tight knit community in Missouri is reeling after their small town became the scene of a grisly killing spree. 

Spock Remembered: Actor Leonard Nemoy, best known for playing Spock on “Star Trek,” has died at the age of 83. 

Gas Prices: After weeks of falling gas prices, the average price for a gallon of gas is heading back up…and fast. 

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