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REDMOND, Wash. (AP)  - Nintendo says the retro version of one of its iconic video game platforms will return to store shelves next year. The company says its Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition will return next summer. The 8-bit system went on sale for the holidays last year. The Classic Edition includes 30 games like "Super Mario Bros." and "The Legend of Zelda."

SPOKANE, Wash. - If you missed out on Nintendo's NES Classic system that they for some reason decided to make a limited edition despite a tremendous demand, then you're probably eagerly anticipating the Super NED Classic Edition system slated for release next month.  Nintendo announced on Tuesday via Facebook that the next step to getting one of those systems in your hands is getting closer. 

KHQ - You've seen celebrities read mean tweets, but what about the president? Well on Thursday, March 12th, President Obama accepted the invitation to read mean tweets on Jimmy Kimmel. We also get mean comments from viewers every once in a while, so we thought we'd do our own edition reading mean comments.

KHQ - 2015 NFL edition of "Bad Lip Reading" has been released and quickly went viral with 9 million views in just one day. Watch the full video here:

NEW YORK (AP) - A bound edition of the CIA torture report will be in stores by the end of the month. Melville House announced Wednesday that it was publishing the Senate Intelligence Committee's "Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program," which accused the CIA of inflicting suffering on prisoners beyond its legal limits.

- For nearly a century luxury retailer Neiman Marcus has been advertising Christmas gifts that, let's face it, most of us can't afford. But it can be fun to imagine. Neiman Marcus released its 2014 Christmas Book Tuesday, and as you can imagine, many of the gifts are what you might call pricey.  >>INSIDE: See all the fantasy items

NBC.COM - Newsweek's last U.S. print edition will be its Dec. 31 issue. Barry Diller, the head of the company that owns Newsweek, had announced in July that the publication was examining its future.