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GOP debates new abortion bill

GOP debates new abortion bill

01/22/15 11:23AM

After an embarrassing revolt by several women of their own party, House Republicans are debating a new and less controversial bill that bans federal funding for abortion. MSNBC’s Irin Carmon reports from Washington, DC. watch

DOJ to close probe into Michael Brown...

DOJ to close probe into Michael Brown shooting

01/22/15 11:10AM

The New York Times is reporting that the Department of Justice will likely clear officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. Civil rights attorney John Burris weighs in on NewsNation. watch

State of the Union erupts on social media

State of the Union erupts on social media

01/21/15 11:37AM

With nearly 2.6 million tweets and 14 million Facebook interactions, the State of the Union erupted on social media. Presidential Historian Allan Lichtman and Tamron Hall take a look at the night’s most viral moments. watch

Measles outbreak spreads to a new state

Measles outbreak spreads to a new state

01/21/15 11:27AM

Health officials believe the measles outbreak at Disneyland has spread to Oregon. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports on what is being called the worst outbreak in 15 years and the drastic measure one public school is taking in an effort to stop the spread. watch

Fears of a coup in Yemen

Fears of a coup in Yemen

01/21/15 11:20AM

Rebels have taken control of the presidential palace in Yemen, and are standing guard at the president's private home where he is thought to be. Terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann joins to discuss. watch

Obama strikes defiant tone during SOTU

Obama strikes defiant tone during SOTU

01/21/15 11:00AM

Some are calling Obama’s State of the Union address “cocky” and “full of swagger.” Rep. Jim Clyburn, Politico's Anna Palmer, and former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating share their thoughts. watch

SOTU: What do you expect to hear?

State of the Union: What do you expect to hear?

01/20/15 11:55AM

Msnbc is giving viewers the opportunity to get involved in the State of the Union by teaming up with Bing Pulse for real-time results about what you expect to hear. MSNBC’s Craig Melvin joins us with some viewer responses. watch

Is social media killing the SOTU?

Is social media killing the state of our union?

01/20/15 11:42AM

With declining state of the union viewership, Pres. Obama will engage YouTube stars for a series of post-speech interviews to help get his message out. Presidential Historian Allan Lichtman explains why he believes social media is killing the SOTU. watch

Unsupervised walk home?

Unsupervised walk home?

01/19/15 11:52AM

A Maryland couple is under investigation by Child Protective Services for allowing their 10-year-old and six-year-old to walk home unsupervised from a park. watch

Reflecting on Dr. King’s legacy

Reflecting on Dr. King’s legacy

01/19/15 11:22AM

As America celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Tamron Hall and Democratic Congresswoman Terri Sewell, reflect on his legacy and the re-creation of the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama with the cast of the movie “Selma.” watch

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About NewsNation with Tamron Hall

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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