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50th anniversary of Freedom Summer

50th anniversary of Freedom Summer

06/27/14 11:44AM

Fifty years ago, thousands of volunteers risked their lives to help raise the African-American voter registration percentage in Mississippi. Their story was told in the movie ‘Mississippi Burning.’ Phillip Agnew, executive director of Florida-based activi watch

Former SC police chief on firing

Former SC police chief on firing

06/27/14 11:26AM

South Carolina police chief, Crystal Moore, said she was fired because of her sexual orientation despite the Mayor, Earl Bullard, citing another reason her release. The council planned to re-hire Moore until it was discovered that Bullard had chosen anoth watch

Clinton announces youth jobs initiative

Clinton announces youth jobs initiative

06/26/14 11:42AM

Hillary Clinton announced a new initiative addressing the growing problem of youth unemployment at the Clinton Global Initiative. Jarvez Hall from Small Business Majority joins NewsNation to discuss. watch

Boehner to sue Obama?

Boehner to sue Obama?

06/26/14 11:34AM

The White House is now firing back after House Speaker John Boehner announced his plans to sue the president over his use of executive orders. NBC’s Mark Murray reports. watch

Nine-year-old recruited for college sports

Nine-year-old recruited for college sports

06/24/14 11:48AM

Jaden Newman received a letter from the University of Miami asking them to keep her mind for her college career. She is believed to be the youngest female player ever to be recruited by a Division I program. Newman and her father, Jamie, join Craig Melvin watch

Fighting guns with Muhammad Ali's daughter

Fighting guns with Muhammad Ali's daughter

06/24/14 11:29AM

Muhammah Ali’s daughter, Rasheda Ali-Walsh is trying to change Chicago’s violent image with a boxing exhibition on Thursday raising money for youth programs and scholarships. Ali-Walsh joins NewsNation to discuss fighting gun violence in Chicago. watch

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