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State of emergency issued in Ferguson

More than two dozen activists arrested in Ferguson

08/11/15 11:11AM

More than two dozen protesters were arrested in Ferguson overnight after clashing with police officers. ‘Black Lives Matter’ activists DeRay McKesson was one of the protesters arrested. He reflects on the movement and one year anniversary of the death... watch

Animas River spill worse than first thought

EPA: Animas River spill worse than first thought

08/10/15 11:32AM

EPA officials are now saying that the pollution from a mine spill that contaminated the Animas River in Colorado, is much worse than they first thought. Senator Ellen Roberts, Chair of the Colorado Senate’s Water Committee discusses the situation with... watch

Peaceful protests disrupted in Ferguson

Peaceful protests disrupted in Ferguson

08/10/15 11:09AM

Rich Benjamin, Senior Fellow at Demo's, a public policy organization working for equality, talks to Tamron Hall about the new unrest in Ferguson, Missouri following peaceful protests on the one year anniversary of Michael Brown's death. watch

Violence erupts in Ferguson one year later

Violence erupts in Ferguson one year later

08/10/15 11:02AM

More protests are expected after police shot a man on the one year anniversary of Michael Brown’s killing by Officer Darren Wilson. MSNBC’s Amanda Sakuma and freelance photographer Bradley Rayford were among the protests. They join Tamron Hall on... watch

New approach to fighting crime in New Orleans

New approach to fighting crime in New Orleans

08/07/15 11:52AM

Entrepreneur Sidney Torres created a high-tech police force called the “French Quarter Task Force,” which is a new app that helps New Orleans residents report crime and get private police officers to the scene. Torres discusses the new app with Tamron... watch

Legionnaires disease kills 10 in NYC

Concerns grow over largest Legionnaires outbreak

08/07/15 11:24AM

Ten people have died and a hundred people have been diagnosed with Legionnaires disease. Now, the New York City health commissioner is taking city-wide precautions. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious diseases... watch

Born in the USA: Greyston Bakery

Bakery specializes in brownies and second chances

08/06/15 11:51AM

In the latest ‘Born in the USA’ installment, owner of Greyston Bakery, Mike Brady talks about how the company is not only famous for making Ben and Jerry’s ice cream brownies, but also for revitalizing the community by giving second chances to anyone. watch

Farewell Jon Stewart

Farewell Jon Stewart

08/06/15 11:43AM

After 16 years on the “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart will sign off for the final time. Time Magazine Columnist James Poniewozik and Tamron Hall reflect on how Stewart changed the landscape of late night television. watch

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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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