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Hundreds of US troops head to Eastern Europe

Hundreds of US troops head to Eastern Europe

04/23/14 12:12PM

NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski talks about units of American paratroopers heading to Eastern Europe to take part in military exercises over the next month while Russia conducted military exercises with an estimated 40,000 troops. watch

How much kale is too much?

How much kale is too much?

04/23/14 12:12PM

Are you kale-crazy? Ellie Krieger, host of the Food Network’s “Healthy Appetite”, joins Tamron Hall to discuss concerns about trendy superfood Kale and just how much kale is too much. watch

Pollution unnecessarily affects minorities...

Pollution unnecessarily affects minorities in the US

04/21/14 12:05PM

On this Earth Week, a study from the University of Minnesota shows that minorities are exposed for 38% higher levels of Nitrogen dioxide. Julian Marshall, associate professor of Environmental Engineering, joins NewsNation to discuss “environmental... watch

Will First Lady steal graduation spotlight?

Will First Lady steal graduation spotlight?

04/21/14 12:02PM

After the First Lady announced that she will speak at a high school graduation in Kansas, parents are concerned that she will steal the spotlight from their children on their big day. NBC’s Peter Alexander discusses Michelle Obama’s trip to Kansas as... watch

Marathon survivor to run in end of the race

Marathon survivor to run in end of the race

04/21/14 11:22AM

Heather Abbott was a victim of the Boston bombing a year ago, losing a leg. She will run in the last half mile of the race on Monday. She joins Tamron Hall to discuss her road to recovery in running in the one year anniversary event. watch

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