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Possible cure for peanut allergies

Possible cure for peanut allergies

02/24/15 11:53AM

A new study published suggests that the key to preventing peanut reactions could be in regular exposure at a very age. Dr. Lolita McDavid, Medical Director of Child Advocacy and Protection with University Hospitals at Case Medical Center weighs in. watch

Educating young adults about dating violence

Educating young adults about dating violence

02/24/15 11:44AM

In recognition of National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention month, several states make a final push to educate teens and young adults about dating violence. Supervising Attorney for “Day One” Andrew Sta. Ana and Destiny Marby, an abuse... watch

Ready, set, shutdown?

Congress races against the clock to prevent DHS shutdown

02/24/15 11:05AM

Congress races against the clock to avoid a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security, which runs out of funding in just a couple of days. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports from Capitol Hill and Democratic Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez weighs in watch

Family drama surrounds Bobbi Kristina Brown

Family drama surrounds Bobbi Kristina Brown

02/23/15 11:42AM

As the daughter of Whitney Houston, Bobbi Kristina Brown fights for her life in an Atlanta hospital, those closest to her are fighting in a very public feud. Vanity Fair'sAllison Samuels joins NewsNation with the latest. watch

'American Sniper' trial postponed

'American Sniper' trial postponed

02/23/15 11:38AM

Closing arguments in the trial of Eddie Ray Routh have been postponed until tomorrow because of bad weather in Texas. Legal Analyst Lisa Green and Tamron Hall discuss the latest in the so-called 'American Sniper' trial. watch

Born in the USA: Volunteen Nation

Born in the USA: Volunteen Nation

02/20/15 11:53AM

Volunteen Nation is a national organization run by young people who connect other teens with volunteer opportunities nearby. Simone Bernstein launched the site at 12 years old with her younger brother. She shares her success story with Tamron Hall. watch

Defense: Eddie Ray Routh is schizophrenic

Defense: Eddie Ray Routh is schizophrenic

02/20/15 11:44AM

The Defense rested after calling a psychiatrist to the stand, who told the jury Eddie Ray Routh suffered from Schizophrenia and not PTSD. Legal analyst Lisa Green discusses the latest from the trial. watch

Major tax glitch for Obamacare site

Major tax glitch for Obamacare site

02/20/15 11:00AM

800,000 tax filers using HealthCare.gov have received erroneous tax info, and the government is urging they should delay filing until they receive updated forms. NBC News' Chris Jansing reports. watch

'Walking Dead' star headed to Ferguson

'Walking Dead' star headed to Ferguson

02/19/15 11:52AM

'Walking Dead' actor Chad Coleman takes the saying 'laughter is the best medicine' to a new level with a 3-day event to be held this summer in Ferguson, Missouri. The goal of the event is to help foster healing and peace. Coleman joins Tamron Hall on News watch

Port labor dispute could cost millions

Port labor dispute could cost millions

02/19/15 11:37AM

According to the Associated Press, companies have bypassed the dockworkers union and made what they call their 'best and final offer' directly to the workers themselves. The Wall Street Journal's John Bussey discusses. 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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