Mysterious Deaths At Lake Mead Indicate Possible Connection To Mob

Mysterious Deaths At Lake Mead Indicate Possible Connection To Mob

Lake Mead near Las Vegas, Nevada, is at its lowest water level in more than 80 years allowing authorities to discover human remains, some of them in barrels with bullet holes in the head. NBC News’ Maggie Vespa reports how…

NOW Tonight with Joshua Johnson - Aug. 16 | NBC News NOW

NOW Tonight with Joshua Johnson – Aug. 16 | NBC News NOW

The NBA announces that the league will not play any games on Election Day in 2022 to encourage midterm voting, President Biden signs the Inflation Reduction Act into law, and schools are finding innovative ways to recruit new educators amid…

Former Trump Staffers Reveal His Tendency To Keep Classified Documents

NBC News’ Ken Dilanian spoke exclusively with Donald Trump’s former National Security Advisor John Bolton to shed some light on Trump’s treatment of state secrets, claiming the former president was known to take classified documents.  » Subscribe to NBC News:…

Hallie Jackson NOW - Aug. 16 | NBC News NOW

Hallie Jackson NOW – Aug. 16 | NBC News NOW

Questions continue to surround former President Trump’s handling of classified documents after the FBI search of his Florida home, TikTok stars pledge to end working with Amazon, and the NBA announces that the league will not play any games on…

Nightly News Full Broadcast - Aug. 16

Nightly News Full Broadcast – Aug. 16

On tonight’s broadcast: FBI interviewed Trump White House officials over classified documents; Wyoming and Alaska primaries are underway; New York airports hit with heavy delays; and more. 00:00 Intro 01:24 Report: FBI interviewed Trump W.H. lawyers 04:54 Trump and allies…

Top Story with Tom Llamas - Aug. 16 | NBC News NOW

Top Story with Tom Llamas – Aug. 16 | NBC News NOW

Former Trump staffers reveal his tendency to keep classified documents, Vladimir Putin blames the U.S. for fueling the war by providing weapons to Ukraine, and a 10-year-old boy lost part of his leg after he was attacked by a bull…

Teacher Shortage Forces Schools To Find Innovative Ways To Recruit Educators

The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates about 300,000 public school teachers and staff left the profession between February 2020 and May 2022 producing a nationwide teacher shortage in the U.S. NBC News’ Steven Romo has the story of one Florida…

Top Trump Targets On The Ballot In Wyoming, Alaska Primaries

In Wyoming today, voters will decide the political fate of Rep. Liz Cheney. Cheney has faced backlash among Republican voters for serving on the January 6th committee. Now, Cheney faces Trump-endorsed Republican Harriet Hageman. Meanwhile in Alaska, Sarah Palin is…

States Along Colorado River Face Water Cuts As Megadrought Intensifies

States Along Colorado River Face Water Cuts As Megadrought Intensifies

Amid a historic drought intensified by climate change, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced unprecedented water cuts to states along the Colorado River. The river sustains some of the largest cities in the country and about 80 percent of it…

New York Airports Hit With Heavy Delays Due To Staffing Issues

New York Airports Hit With Heavy Delays Due To Staffing Issues

New York City airport travelers experienced flight delays and growing frustration after too many air traffic controllers called out sick. The FAA said it was an isolated case and not organized. Many airlines are trimming down their schedules this fall…