Jury Seated In Trial Of Steele Dossier Source Igor Danchenko

Jury Seated In Trial Of Steele Dossier Source Igor Danchenko

A jury has been seated for the trial of Igor Danchenko, a Russian analyst who was a source for Christopher Steele’s dossier on allegations against former President Trump, for charges of lying to the FBI. NBC’s Ken Dilanian has details.…

How The Closing Of Small, Rural Hospitals Is Contributing To A Bigger Maternal Health Crisis

How The Closing Of Small, Rural Hospitals Is Contributing To A Bigger Maternal Health Crisis

Financial challenges and low patient count are why many rural hospitals close down but with this comes an increase in the proximity to the nearest hospital and the risk of medical emergencies. NBC News’ Steven Romo reports on how this…

Watch: NASA, SpaceX Launch International Crew To ISS

Watch: NASA, SpaceX Launch International Crew To ISS

NASA and SpaceX launched a crew made up of two American astronauts, a Russian cosmonaut and a Japanese astronaut to the International Space Station on Wednesday from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Former astronaut Mike Massimino explains the different stages of the…

OPEC Expected To Cut Oil Production By Two Million Barrels A Day

OPEC Expected To Cut Oil Production By Two Million Barrels A Day

The OPEC alliance announced it would be cutting back oil production by two million barrels of oil a day, a move that will likely cause gas prices to rise. CNBC’s Seema Mody has details. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC…

Alec Baldwin Settles Lawsuit With Family Of Cinematographer Killed On 'Rust' Movie Set

Alec Baldwin Settles Lawsuit With Family Of Cinematographer Killed On ‘Rust’ Movie Set

Alec Baldwin’s lawyers say he has settled a lawsuit brought by the family of the cinematographer, Halyna Hutchins, who died on the set of the movie “Rust” after a live round was fired from a gun he held. » Subscribe…

Report Alleges Herschel Walker Paid For Abortion Of Woman He Impregnated In 2009

Report Alleges Herschel Walker Paid For Abortion Of Woman He Impregnated In 2009

Herschel Walker, the GOP’s Senate candidate for Georgia, is denying a story published by The Daily Beast that alleges he paid for the abortion of a woman he impregnated in 2009. NBC News’ Kristen Walker reports on how the anti-abortion…

Criticism Over New York City's Decision To Construct Temporary Shelter For Migrants In Parking Lot

Criticism Over New York City’s Decision To Construct Temporary Shelter For Migrants In Parking Lot

New York City’s decision to construct temporary tent camps in a Bronx parking lot that provide shelter for migrants bused from the country’s southern border is facing backlash over the tendency of the lot to flood. NBC News’ Zinhle Essamuah…

How Hispanic Journalists Are Embracing Culture, Identity Through Their Careers

How Hispanic Journalists Are Embracing Culture, Identity Through Their Careers

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, meet the NBC News reporters who are embracing their heritage and identity through their work in journalism.  » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC News Digital is…

How QR Codes Allow Kids, Teens Free Access To Banned Books

How QR Codes Allow Kids, Teens Free Access To Banned Books

1,648 unique book titles have been banned nationwide since July 2021. NBC’s Maya Eaglin reports on how an Oklahoma teacher gave students QR codes that allowed students free access to banned books through The Brooklyn Public Library.  » Subscribe to…

Officials: Earthquake Near Mexico City Leaves Two Dead, Nine Injured

Officials: Earthquake Near Mexico City Leaves Two Dead, Nine Injured

The 7.6 magnitude earthquake was the third deadly tremor to strike on Sept. 19 in the last 40 years. NBC News’ Guad Venegas reports on the level of damage and the severity of the aftershocks. » Subscribe to NBC News:…