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Things you didn't know about Orlando

Five Things: Orlando

11/13/15 10:53AM

Did you know that some of the most popular ‘90s boy bands originated in Florida? José Díaz-Balart and Hallie Jackson list five things not commonly known about the city of Orlando. watch

Mystery space debris enters Earth’s...

Mystery space debris enters Earth’s atmosphere

11/13/15 10:43AM

A giant piece of space debris is hurtling towards Earth, and while the object is not expect to be hazardous, scientists aren’t completely sure what it is. It’s been named WT1190F, leading many to name it “WTF.” Former astronaut Leroy Chiao describes the predicted path and possible origins. watch

Can Sanders upstage Clinton at next debate?

Can Sanders upstage Clinton at the next debate?

11/13/15 10:19AM

The three Democratic presidential candidates will square off in Iowa on Saturday for this year’s second debate, but will Bernie Sanders be able to use the event to even out poll numbers with Hillary Clinton? The Des Moines Register’s Kathie Obradovich, one of Saturday’s debate panelists, explains what to expect. watch

ISIS claims credit for bombing on Hezbollah

ISIS claims credit for bombing against Hezbollah

11/13/15 10:04AM

Lebanese officials are investigating a pair of suicide bombings in Beirut that killed more than 40 people and wounded at least 200. ISIS has claimed credit for the attack, indicating the area was targeted because of its Hezbollah presence. NBC Foreign Correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin provides the latest reporting. watch

Donald Trump’s immigration plan under fire

Donald Trump’s immigration plan under fire

11/13/15 09:33AM

Donald Trump’s proposed immigration policy is coming under scrutiny from many in the Republican field, but where are the other ideas and alternative policies? The Washington Post’s Ed O’Keefe outlines how the other candidates should approach the hot topic. watch

Rubio, Bush to compete for hometown crowd

Rubio, Bush to compete for hometown crowd at summit

11/13/15 09:21AM

Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush will be among 14 Republican presidential candidates stumping for votes at Orlando’s GOP Sunshine Summit. Orlando Sentinel Political Reporter Scott Powers explains what the two Floridian candidates have to do to win over their home state. watch

Trump: I don’t want someone pathological

Trump lays into Carson: I don’t want someone pathological

11/13/15 09:08AM

At a rally last night in Iowa, Donald Trump renewed his attacks on Ben Carson, targeting a key part of the neurosurgeon’s biography were he discusses his violent youth and alleged ‘pathological’ tendencies. NBC’s Chris Jansing and Hallie Jackson join to make sense of the latest attack. watch

‘Jihadi John’ targeted in U.S. airstrike

‘Jihadi John’ targeted in U.S. airstrike

11/13/15 08:59AM

The Pentagon has divulged that the ISIS executioner known as ‘Jihadi John’ was the target of a U.S. airstrike in northern Syria overnight. While there’s no confirmation yet on his fate, the move represents the culmination of an intense joint manhunt by the U.S. and Britain. NBC’s Keir Simmons explains what this means for overall counterterrorism... watch

Soccer parents panel on concussions

Soccer parents panel on concussions

11/12/15 11:18AM

Frances Rivera joins a group of parents on set to talk about their own children’s experiences with soccer head injuries and possible solutions that would reconcile both the want to win and their children’s safety. watch


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 brings his passion and perspective to “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” weekdays at 9 a.m. ET on MSNBC.  Díaz-Balart tackles the day’s top stories, takes viewers beyond the Washington powerbrokers and focuses on why issues matter to all Americans.  Live from Miami, “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” is the only MSNBC program to originate from... read more