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  • Rural hospitals overwhelmed by the unvaccinated

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  • Addressing the threat of homegrown extremism

    10:03
  • American unity in the aftermath of September 11

    06:00
  • The power of nostalgia

    07:18
  • 20 years after 9/11, reassessing America's military

    12:12
  • Rep. Krishnamoorthi: We must summon “9/11 spirit” to face modern challenges

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  • Biden approves Louisiana disaster declaration

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  • Baton Rouge prepares for power outages, flooding ahead of Hurricane Ida

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  • First Hurricane Ida death reported in Louisiana

    01:52
  • Health officials urge Americans to stop taking dewormer for COVID-19

    08:34
  • What full FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine means

    05:27
  • New NBC News poll shows wide differences in Biden approval rating based on news consumption

    08:01
  • Answering your questions about the Coronavirus Pandemic

    07:27
  • Afghanistan women and the fight for progress

    06:53
  • Afghanistan expert on withdrawal: Plans are worthless, planning is everything

    06:16
  • Adopting an “infinite” mindset

    06:41
  • Chaos in Afghanistan continues, as thousands remain at the airport attempting to flee

    12:34
  • Afghanistan 101: What you need to know about the Taliban

    06:04
  • Pres. Biden faces criticism for Afghanistan withdrawal

    05:22
  • What is the administration’s strategy in Afghanistan?

    06:18

The decision to leave the GOP under a Trump Administration

06:25

A number of Republicans announced this week that they were leaving the party, including a former New Hampshire GOP Chairwoman and a member of Congress from Michigan. NBC’s Joshua Johnson speaks with Kurt Bardella, a Senior Adviser to the Lincoln Project who left the Republican Party in 2017, about what motivated him to leave the party and what dynamics have changed since then.