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Teen innovator to save millions of lives

Teen innovator to save millions of lives

03/10/15 11:52AM

At just 17 years old, Jack Andraka, a multiple award winning scientist could save millions of lives with his early pancreatic, ovarian & lung cancer detection test. He talks to Frances Rivera about his invention and memoir, “Breakthrough.” watch

Tensions high over shooting of unarmed teen

Tensions high over shooting of unarmed teen

03/10/15 11:26AM

Protests continue as tensions run high in Madison, Wisconsin over the police shooting of unarmed biracial teen, Tony Robinson. Frances Rivera talks to CEO of Madison’s Boys and Girls Club, Michael Johnson who is speaking on behalf of the Robinson family. watch

New fallout over Oklahoma univ. frat video

New fallout over Oklahoma univ. frat video

03/10/15 11:15AM

There’s new fallout and outrage over the shocking video of Oklahoma University SAE fraternity members singing racist chants. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports and Naome Kadira, Co-Director of “Unheard,” a black student alliance on campus weighs in. watch

Born in the USA: Lady Brigade

03/10/15 07:38AM

"Lady Brigade" has become an inspiration and big hit with female veterans across the country. That is why we're highlighting the company in our 'Born In The USA' series. read more

Boston bombing victims testify

Boston bombing victims testify

03/09/15 11:13AM

On the third day of the trial of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev, prosecutors continue to present their case as jurors hear testimony from victims. NBC’s Rehema Ellis reports live from the courthouse and Attorney Michael Grieco analyzes. watch

Should the Edmund Pettus Bridge be renamed?

Should the Edmund Pettus Bridge be renamed?

03/06/15 11:51AM

Long before the bridge became synonymous with the civil rights struggle; it was a tribute to Ku Klux Klan leader, Edmund Winston Pettus. John Gainey Executive Director of the youth group 'Student’s Unite,' which started the petition to rename the bridge j watch

Remembering 'Bloody Sunday' in Selma

Remembering 'Bloody Sunday' in Selma

03/06/15 11:40AM

50 years ago Civil Rights Leaders Rev. Bernard Lafayette helped organize the historic marches on Selma as the co-founder of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee. Today, he reflects on 'Bloody Sunday' with Tamron Hall. watch

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About NewsNation with Tamron Hall

Tamron Hall anchors “NewsNation” weekdays on MSNBC. Launched in 2010, “NewsNation” features interviews and coverage of U.S., world and entertainment news. In her popular segments, “Gut Check” and “We Just Thought You Should Know,” Tamron encourages viewers to give their opinions on some of the most controversial stories in the news via Facebook and Twitter. Hall is also a contributor for NBC News.

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