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Child survives plane crash that killed family

Child survives plane crash that killed family

01/05/15 11:04AM

The 7-year-old who survived a plane crash that killed her parents is being cared for by family members after wandering almost a mile over dark rugged terrain. Tamron Hall talks to Larry Wilkins, the man who helped the little girl after she knocked on... watch

Flu virus reaches epidemic level

Flu virus reaches epidemic level

01/02/15 11:37AM

The flu virus has reached an epidemic level mainly because one of the common strains of the virus, H3N2 has mutated, making this season’s vaccine less effective. Dr. Lolita McDavid breaks down what that means. watch

An inspiring year in science

An inspiring year in science

12/31/14 11:50AM

From landing on a moving comet, to potential signs of live on Mars, 2014 was filled with achievements in science. Florida Institute of Technology Associate Professor Hakeem Oluseyi joins NewsNation. watch

2014: The year in scandal

2014: The year in scandal

12/31/14 11:41AM

From cocaine busts to tax cheats, the Daily Beast's Patricia Murphy goes through the year in political scandals, which range from the illegal to the incompetent. watch

What Congress will face in 2015

What Congress will face in 2015

12/31/14 11:13AM

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee discusses the issues Congress will face when they return, as well as the fallout from Rep. Steve Scalise's recent speech in front of a white supremacist group. watch

The year in sports

The year in sports

12/30/14 11:48AM

During an annual tradition known as “Black Monday,” the ax fell on a number of NFL head coaches and general managers. Washington Post’s Cindy Boren and Ayman Mohyeldin sort through the firings and take a look at this year in sports. watch

Dems, GOP response to Scalise

Dems, GOP response to Scalise

12/30/14 11:27AM

First Read: NBC News' Carrie Dann reports on how House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is making headlines this week for apparently speaking at a white supremacist conference led by former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke in 2002. watch

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