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Neil Armstrong, 45 years later

Neil Armstrong, 45 years later

07/16/14 11:46AM

Jay Barbree, author of the book, “Neil Armstrong: A Lift of Flight,” discusses his new book and the 45th anniversary of Armstrong’s historic flight to the moon. watch

Major League Baseball to honor gay pride

Major League Baseball to honor gay pride

07/15/14 11:45AM

Erik Sherman, author of the book, “Out at Home: The Glenn Burke Story,” joins NewsNation to discuss Tuesday’s All Star Game and MLB’s plans to honor Glenn Burke, the first openly gay player in a major sport. watch

Bergdahl labeled 'normal soldier,' but is he?

Bergdahl labeled 'normal soldier,' but is he?

07/15/14 11:19AM

Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is now back on active duty six weeks after his release from the Taliban, but not all are happy about this development. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez and Col. Jack Jacobs join Tamron Hall to discuss the controversy. watch

Bergdahl completes final reintegration stage

Bergdahl completes final reintegration stage

07/14/14 11:52AM

Bowe Bergdah's return to active duty means that military officials will now be able to question Bergdahl about why he left his post in 2009. NBC’s chief pentagon correspondent Jim Miklaszewski joins Tamron Hall to discuss. watch

Eric Holder swings back at Sarah Palin

Eric Holder swings back at Sarah Palin

07/14/14 11:41AM

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder blasted back at Sarah Palin for her comments about President Obama’s impeachment and called House Speaker John Boehner’s move to sue the president a ‘political gesture.’ NBC News senior political editor Mark Murray joins watch

From the courtroom to the chocolate factory

From the courtroom to the chocolate factory

07/11/14 11:41AM

In NewsNation’s “Born in the USA” series, Alex Witt talks to Lawren Askinosie, sales and marketing director of Askinosie Chocolate, about her father’s decision to quit his job as a lawyer and the company’s decision to share their profits with cocoa farmer watch

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