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By Associated Press
Matt Lauer and Garrison Keillor, two popular personalities of television and radio, have both been fired over allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior. Judy Woodruff reviews what we know so far with David Folkenflik of NPR.
By PBS NewsHour
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he wants the U.S. nuclear arsenal in "tiptop shape" but has not asked that it be greatly expanded. Trump was responding to a news report that he had said that he wanted what amounted to…
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
The firing of former FBI Director James Comey continues to spark controversy and questions. President Trump tweeted Friday that “Comey had better hope there are no tapes of our conversations,” and Press Secretary Sean Spicer refused to answer press questions…
After this week's controversial CNBC debate, the Republican National Committee says it's suspending its partnership with NBC News and its properties and won't allow the network to co-host a presidential primary debate scheduled for February.
By David Bauder, Associated Press
NBC has announced that while “Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams will not be returning to his old post, he will be joining MSNBC as a breaking news anchor. Andrew Heyward, the former president of CBS News, and Mark Feldstein, a…
By Joshua Barajas
An American freelance cameraman working in Liberia for NBC News has contracted the Ebola virus and is being flown to the U.S. for treatment, the news network announced Thursday night.
In 1976, the House of Representatives created the Select Committee on Assassinations to further investigate Kennedy’s shooting. In 1979, it reported the assassination was likely the result of a conspiracy. But after years of news coverage and investigations, NewsHour co-founders…
Covering JFK: Gunshots ring in Dealey Plaza…
Virginia Tech continued to reel in the aftermath of Monday's rampage. On Thursday, many criticized NBC's decision to air excerpts of gunman Seung-Hui Cho's tirade while university officials defended the decision to allow Cho back after being hospitalized in 2005.
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