Social Platforms In The Midst Of Change

Social Platforms In The Midst Of Change

Major challenges are ahead for two of social media’s biggest players Twitter and Facebook. According to the Wall Street Journal, Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter is installing fear in some advertisers as hate speech could potentially flourish if Musk softens…

Alabama Faces Scrutiny After Requesting New Chance To Execute Man Who Survived First Attempt

Alabama Faces Scrutiny After Requesting New Chance To Execute Man Who Survived First Attempt

The state of Alabama is planning to execute a death row convict who survived the state’s first attempted lethal injection. NBC News’ Joshua Johnson is joined by Evan Mealins, a justice reporter for the Montgomery Advertiser, to discuss the scrutiny…

Low Income Countries Bear Brunt Of Climate Change

Low Income Countries Bear Brunt Of Climate Change

Experts say the major flooding in Pakistan that has impacted millions highlights how low income countries that contribute less to climate change are bearing the brunt of its impacts. Dr. Farah Naureen from Mercy Corps and Professor Steven Clemens from…

Inside The First South Asian New York Fashion Week

Inside The First South Asian New York Fashion Week

Every fall, New York City hosts Fashion Week where designers from around the globe come to showcase their latest work. NBC News’ Vicky Nguyen reports on how this year a new Fashion Week is born as runways are featuring the…

Ginni Thomas Agrees To January 6 Committee Interview

Ginni Thomas Agrees To January 6 Committee Interview

Ginni Thomas, the wife of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, has agreed to be interviewed by the January 6 committee. The Washington Post reported that Mrs. Thomas tried to get lawmakers to overturn Joe Biden’s 2020 election victories in…

Inflation Reduction Act: Who Qualifies For Tax Credits And Rebates

Inflation Reduction Act: Who Qualifies For Tax Credits And Rebates

The Inflation Reduction Act contains many incentives to go green as the legislation includes thousands of dollars in tax credits and rebates that cover purchases like electric vehicles, solar panels, or other energy-efficient upgrades to homes. NBC News’ Joshua Johnson…

Lessons Learned From Hurricane Maria As Fiona Hits Puerto Rico

Lessons Learned From Hurricane Maria As Fiona Hits Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico now enters its recovery period after facing catastrophic flooding and power outages from Hurricane Fiona. NBC News’ Joshua Johnson is joined by retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General Russel Honoré who led the relief effort after Hurricane Katrina to…

Judge Appoints Special Master For Documents Seized From Mar-A-Lago

Judge Appoints Special Master For Documents Seized From Mar-A-Lago

A federal judge has named a special master to review documents seized by the FBI at former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home. The U.S. district judge also denied the Justice Department continued access to roughly 100 classified documents collected at the…

Starbucks Announces Revamped Strategy As Union Workers Continue Protests

Starbucks Announces Revamped Strategy As Union Workers Continue Protests

Executives at Starbucks met with investors in Seattle to roll out their new reinvention business plan while hundreds of people protested outside in support of union workers. Some baristas from unionized locations are demanding better pay and working conditions as…

New California Bill Aims To Restrict Solitary Confinement

New California Bill Aims To Restrict Solitary Confinement

A new bill called the Mandela California Act aims to cut down on the amount of time prisoners spend in solitary confinement, in addition to outlawing the isolation of younger and older prisoners. NBC News’ Harry Smith is joined by…