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The United Nations said both sides in Syria's civil war committed repeated war crimes during the battle for Aleppo.
For years she ran daytime TV — but can the 'Queen of All Media' run for the highest elected office in America?
Marie Collins' announcement is sure to be a major embarrassment for the Vatican.
Playing Superman turned out to be Dean Cain's big break, but few knew the actor's own kryptonite: The Man of Steel was afraid of heights.
The hail and high winds from Tuesday's storms are being linked to two deaths in Illinois and one in Missouri.
Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, said she had been asked to take a picture from a specific angle when she was photographed kneeling on an Oval Office couch — a pose many felt was disrespectful.
Iowa lawmaker's 'business degree' from state website removed after NBC raises questions.
The woolly mammoth has been extinct for more than 4000 years. Now scientists are talking about bringing it back with the help of a powerful gene-editing technique called CRISPR-Cas9.
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The deal for the dossier on Trump's alleged Russia ties was never consummated, said a source familiar with the matter.
Fawzi Kamel told NBC News why he chose to stand up to Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.
When it came to immigration, President Donald Trump's speech to Congress was more notable for what it left out than for what it included.
Forecasts put 106 million people under risk for severe weather again on Wednesday.
Mike Pence made the comments on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
Donald Trump's first speech to Congress was closely watched around the world.
DNA testing of Subway chicken sandwiches revealed that only 50 percent of it was real chicken meat. So what's the rest...?
In his first address to Congress, President Donald Trump defended controversial policies pushed by his administration in its first month and outlined a bold agenda highlighted by immigration reform, an expansive infrastructure program, and overhaul of the nation's health care system. While the president pushed many of the hot-button issues he championed during the 2016 presidential campaign, he also struck a more conciliatory tone than he has done since taking the oath of office. Don't forget to tune in to MSNBC and check NBCNews.com for full analysis of Trump's speech.
It just requires a little acting skills on your part.
House Democrats listening to Donald Trump's speech to Congress on Tuesday sent a colorful message to the president.
The host of "Meet the Press" joins MSNBC's Brian Williams and Rachel Maddow to discuss what we learned from the speech to a joint session of Congress.