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Obama: NSA changes address 'core concerns'

President Obama: NSA changes address 'core concerns'

03/25/14 12:22PM

At a news conference at The Hague in the Netherlands, President Obama offered his support for NSA reforms that would allow phone and Internet companies to house the bulk of metadata, rather than the NSA. NBC’s Chuck Todd and Mark Murray discuss with... watch

Community college for free?

Community college for free?

03/24/14 12:49PM

State Sen. Mark Hass, D-Ore., is spearheading a plan to allow many college students to go to community college for free.  He joined Tamron Hall to discuss who would pay for it. watch

New TV channel highlights the military

New TV channel highlights the military

03/24/14 12:45PM

The “American Heroes Channel,” formerly known as the “Military Channel,” highlights the brave men and women who serve our country around the world including Iraq War veteran, Perfecto Sanchez, who joined Tamron Hall to discuss the channel. watch

'The priority is to locate the wreckage'

'The priority is to locate the wreckage'

03/24/14 12:44PM

Bob Hager and Richard Burgess join NewsNation to discuss the latest in the search for Malaysian Flight 370, including the search for debris. Hager is a former aviation correspondent and Burgess is the managing editor of Seapower Magazine and mission... watch

Crime-stopper won't have any jail time

Crime-stopper won't have any jail time

03/21/14 12:17PM

Richard Masten, the executive director of the Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers was threatened with jail time after eating a piece of paper in court with an anonymous tip for a cocaine procession case. The judge has now given Masten probation instead and... watch

All eyes on Russia

All eyes on Russia

03/21/14 12:13PM

From Paul Ryan’s listening sessions to Obama’s jab at Ellen for her Oscar selfie to the newest controversy in Ukraine, Tamron Hall and NBC’s Mark Murray take a look at the week that was in the political arena. watch

Staying ‘Boston Strong’

Staying ‘Boston Strong’

03/21/14 12:12PM

JP and Paul Norden join Tamron Hall to discuss their new book, “Twice as Strong” about the day that forever changed their lives, the 2013 Boston Marathon. Both brothers were injured in the attacks. watch

Russia imposes entry ban on US officials

Russia imposes entry ban on US officials

03/20/14 12:10PM

After President Obama announced a new round of sanctions on Russian authorities, Russian President Putin retaliated by announcing an entry ban on American lawmakers and officials. NewsNation’s Tamron Hall reports. watch

Equal pay pits women against women in Texas

Equal pay pits women against women in Texas

03/19/14 12:26PM

An equal pay act has become a big issue in the Texas governor’s race, with some suggesting that women are “too busy” for legislation and need to learn negotiation tactics. Laura Bassett joins Tamron Hall to discuss. watch

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