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    Biden speaks to family of Tyre Nichols

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  • Pence takes 'full responsibility' for classified documents found at his home

    02:34
  • Ronna McDaniel wins RNC chair vote

    03:00
  • Monterey Park mayor on dance hall shooting: 'A tragic time for our community'

    04:20
  • Eleventh victim dies in wake of Monterey Park shooting

    03:38
  • Biden touts wins as presidential term hits halfway point

    03:02
  • Federal officials investigating possible child trafficking in Midwest

    02:19
  • Santos slams claims he performed in drag as 'categorically false'

    02:11
  • Solomon Pena makes first court appearance in New Mexico

    05:33
  • Trump campaign asks Meta to restore Facebook account

    02:39
  • Two U.S. citizens killed in Nepal plane crash

    01:14
  • Pressure growing on Congress to avoid debt limit

    02:10
  • House Judiciary Committee launching probe into Biden documents

    02:15
  • Biden aides find second batch of classified documents

    01:15
  • Sen. Warner calls for briefing on classified documents found in Biden office

    01:49
  • Bolsonaro hospitalized for abdominal discomfort, wife confirms

    05:07
  • Damar Hamlin out of Ohio ICU, moved to Buffalo hospital

    04:01
  • GOP restarts negotiations, House speaker votes return Friday night

    02:49
  • Rep.-elect Santos under investigation by federal prosecutors

    00:34
  • U.S. to implement Covid rules for travelers from China

    03:24

Iran denies shooting down plane, demands U.S. release evidence

03:28

Iran has strongly denied that a Ukraine International Airlines jetliner that crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran earlier this week, killing 176 people, was downed by an Iranian missile launched by mistake. Multiple officials told NBC News that U.S. intelligence has evidence suggesting the jetliner was indeed brought down by a missile launched in error.