Kremlin-Orchestrated Voting Underway In Ukraine In 'Referendums' On Joining Russia

Kremlin-Orchestrated Voting Underway In Ukraine In ‘Referendums’ On Joining Russia

Voting is underway in four Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine, where the Kremlin has orchestrated so-called referendums on whether to join Russia, but Kyiv and the West have denounced the voting, calling it “illegal” and a “sham.” NBC News’ Jay Gray…

Alex Jones Reprimanded By Judge After Heated Exchange During Second Defamation Trial

Alex Jones Reprimanded By Judge After Heated Exchange During Second Defamation Trial

Alex Jones is facing a second trial to determine how much the conspiracy theorist must pay to the families of victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting for spreading false narratives about the 2012 massacre. NBC News’ Rehema Ellis explains…

Special Master Gives Trump One Week To Prove Mar-A-Lago ‘Planted’ Evidence Claim

Special Master Gives Trump One Week To Prove Mar-A-Lago ‘Planted’ Evidence Claim

As legal battles mount for Donald Trump, the special master reviewing documents seized by the FBI at Mar-a-Lago has given the former president one week to back up his claims that evidence was planted during the search. NBC News’ Jonathan…

Latinos Reclaim Accent Marks In Effort To Reconnect With Their Roots

Latinos Reclaim Accent Marks In Effort To Reconnect With Their Roots

Many Latinos historically abandoned accent marks in their first and last names when immigrating to the U.S., and technology has often made it more complicated to use them, but a growing trend among the Latino community is seeing many reclaiming…

Congress Grills Top Bank Chiefs On Economy, Federal Reserve’s Interest Rate Hike

Congress Grills Top Bank Chiefs On Economy, Federal Reserve’s Interest Rate Hike

CEOs of some of the country’s biggest banks were on Capitol Hill Wednesday, facing lawmakers’ questions on a wide array of issues, ranging from the state of the economy to the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate hike. NBC News’ Allie…

Iran Curbs Internet Access In Effort To Quell Deadly Protests

Iran Curbs Internet Access In Effort To Quell Deadly Protests

Deadly protests in Iran have entered their sixth day following the death of 22-year-old Masha Amini, who died last week while in custody of the Islamic Republic’s ‘morality police’ over the country’s strict hijab rules. NBC News’ Ali Arouzi reports…

How GOP Lawmakers Are Reacting To Trump’s Mounting Legal Battles

How GOP Lawmakers Are Reacting To Trump’s Mounting Legal Battles

A new Morning Consultant poll is showing that Donald Trump’s support is slipping among Republicans amid a lawsuit brought by New York’s attorney general and the Justice Department’s ongoing review of documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago estate. NBC News’ Allie…

Trump’s Legal Troubles Mount Amid DOJ Investigation And New York Civil Lawsuit

Trump’s Legal Troubles Mount Amid DOJ Investigation And New York Civil Lawsuit

Legal troubles are mounting for Donald Trump and his inner circle after New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a $250 million lawsuit against the former president alleging widespread business fraud while a U.S. appeals court has allowed the Justice…

How To Prepare For Flu Season As Experts Warn Of A Surge In Cases

How To Prepare For Flu Season As Experts Warn Of A Surge In Cases

U.S officials are warning of a possible surge in flu cases this year after Australia’s flu season saw infection rates higher than they’ve been in the last five years. NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar explains what to expect…

Deadly Protests Erupt In Iran Over Woman’s Death While In ‘Morality Police’ Custody

Deadly Protests Erupt In Iran Over Woman’s Death While In ‘Morality Police’ Custody

Deadly protests have erupted across Iran after a 22-year-old woman died while in custody of the Islamic Republic’s “morality police,” who enforce the country’s strict hijab laws. NBC News’ Ali Arouzi breaks down what Iranian authorities are saying about the…