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NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 04, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Other stories in the news this past week, including research on weight gain by college freshmen, the joy of the dog Jezebel as she greeted her RAF owner returning from Libya, the sale of the Field of Dreams baseball field in Iowa, problems with the batteries in the Apple iPhone 4S, a book by Chris Matthews revealing that John F. Kennedy borrowed the phrase “ask not...”; the deaths of Oscars producer Gilbert Cates† and “Prairie Home Companion” sound effects man Tom Keith††, the link between activity and cancer, the announcement that President Obama is tobacco-free, the reason that the sound of fingernails on a blackboard is so awful and the lack of news on Kim Kardashian†† reported.
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