A tremendous outpouring of support continues for Whitney Houston’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, who remains hospitalized after she was found unresponsive, face-down in her bathtub over the weekend. Vanity Fair's Allison Samuels reports. watch
Over a hundred million people who tuned into the Super Bowl for the most highly anticipated commercials of the year were shaken by Nationwide Insurance ads, leading to a firestorm on social media.
The CDC is blaming the spread of measles to more than 84 people in 14 states on unvaccinated people. Pediatrician with University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Dr. Lolita McDavid weighs in on the outbreak. watch
The co-founder of “No more” joins Tamron Hall with a look at the campaign’s chilling new Super Bowl commercial about domestic violence. Plus, they discuss a series of PSA’s featuring current NFL players. watch
There’s been a lot of criticism aimed at parents who refuse to vaccinate their children since the outbreak began. Should those parents be sued? Professor of Bioethics and Public Health Dr. Nancy Kass and Health Care Attorney Nick Diamond weigh in. watch
The convictions of nine African American men who were arrested for sitting at a whites-only lunch counter in Rock Hill, South Carolina 54 years ago have been overturned. NBC’s Mark Potter reports. watch
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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