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Driverless buses hit the road in D.C.

Driverless buses hit the road in D.C.

06/21/16 10:47AM

Andrew Hawkins, transportation reporter for The Verge, reports on development of driverless vehicles and what they could mean for the future of mass transit and car insurance. watch

Olympic committee investigates doping scandal

Olympic committee investigates doping scandal

06/21/16 10:27AM

The International Olympic Committee is investigating the doping scandals impacting the Russian track and field team and directing their focus to other countries that have not complied with drug tests in the past. watch

Could Omar Mateen's wife be charged?

Could Omar Mateen's wife be charged?

06/15/16 10:05AM

MSNBC's Ari Melber joins Jose Diaz-Balart to discuss whether Omar Mateen's current wife, Noor, could be legally charged with any offense if she knew about the attack and didn't report it to the police. watch

Speaker Ryan: Most Muslims are moderate

Speaker Ryan: Most Muslims are moderate

06/14/16 10:25AM

Speaker Paul Ryan discusses his previous meeting with Republicans and how they are addressing the attack in Orlando. He also comments on how this is “a war with radical Islam.” watch

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About MSNBC Live with José Díaz-Balart

With 30 years of experience covering the world’s biggest stories in both English and Spanish, award-winning journalist José Díaz-Balart brought his passion and perspective to “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” on MSNBC.  Díaz-Balart tackled the day’s top stories, taking viewers beyond the Washington powerbrokers and focusing on why issues matter to all Americans.  Live from Miami, “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” was the only MSNBC program to originate from outside NYC and the D... read more