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Sources: Kushner the ‘very senior member’...

Sources: Kushner the ‘very senior member’ mentioned in Flynn plea

12/01/17 03:04PM

Jared Kushner is the “very senior member of the presidential transition team,” mentioned in the statement of offense, who spoke to Flynn on Dec 22nd about the UN resolution regarding Israel, two people familiar with the matter tell NBC News. NBC’s Ari Melber reports on the implications. watch

Sen. Mark Warner: Very anxious to see what...

Sen. Warner anxious to hear more from Gen. Mike Flynn.

12/01/17 02:25PM

Sen. Mark Warner, the top ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, says the investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 election continues and that he's still interested in hearing from Jared Kushner and other key Trump transition team members. watch

Missile fired by North Korea confirmed to...

North Korean missile launch confirmed to be ICBM

11/28/17 03:41PM

MSNBC confirms that the missile launched by North Korea on Tuesday was an intercontinental ballistic missile that traveled about 620 miles before splashing-down in the Sea of Japan, according to the Pentagon. watch

"Tuesday's Children" supports kids...

"Tuesday's Children" supports kids impacted by terrorism

11/26/17 06:12PM

Violence from terrorism harms more than its immediate victims. The families and communities who survive these incidents often spend years struggling to rebuild their lives. "Tuesday's Children" is a charity that supports children left behind by acts of violence. Yasmin sits down with their executive director Terry Sears. watch

Sen. Franken: Sexual misconduct...

Al Franken speaks publicly for first time following sexual...

11/26/17 04:01PM

Sen. Al Franken spoke publicly for the first time following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct that have been brought against him. In an interview with Minnesota Public Radio, Franken called the experience of the past few weeks "embarrassing" and "difficult," yet asserted "We have to listen to women and respect... watch

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