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Autopsy of Keith Scott’s death revealed

Autopsy of Keith Scott’s death revealed

10/13/16 11:40AM

A recent autopsy revealed that Keith Lamont Scott was shot in the back and the abdomen by the Charlotte police officer. The Scott family attorney, Justin Bamberg, talks to MSNBC’s Tamron Hall about why the family ordered an independent autopsy. watch

Trump expected to ‘throw out all the punches’

Trump expected to ‘throw out all the punches’

10/13/16 11:17AM

Bloomberg is reporting that Donald Trump is planning on intensifying his attacks on Hillary Clinton over her husband’s accusers. The Hill’s Amie Barnes and Mother Jones’ David Corn join MSNBC’s Tamron Hall to discuss. watch

Tattly's temp tattoos head to the White House

Tattly's temp tattoos head to the White House

10/12/16 11:52AM

Tina Roth Eisenberg, founder of Tattly, and Yng Ru-Chen, director of partnerships at Tattly, discuss their company's popular temporary tattoos, and their "Obama-Biden friendship bracelet" design that was featured at the White House. watch

President Obama guest-edits Wired Magazine

President Obama guest-edits Wired Magazine

10/12/16 11:39AM

For the first time in America's history, a sitting president has taken over editorial duties at a major publication. Wired Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Scott Dadich, talks to Tamron Hall about President Obama's role as "guest editor-in-chief." watch

Florida extends early voting after Matthew

Florida extends early voting after Matthew

10/12/16 11:04AM

NBC News Chief Justice Correspondent Pete Williams reports news that a federal judge has mandated an extension for early voting in Florida, due to the impact of Hurricane Matthew in the state. watch

Meet the man with the final debate question

Meet the man with the final debate question

10/10/16 11:53AM

The 2nd 2016 presidential debate was filled with bitterness, but the last question allowed for a positive ending to cap off the otherwise rancorous proceedings. Tamron Hall speaks to the man who asked that question, Karl Becker. watch

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Tamron Hall is the anchor of MSNBC Live, weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on MSNBC.  The show features high profile interviews and in-depth coverage of U.S., world and entertainment news.   

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