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Watch as NBC News' political team discusses what's at stake for Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley heading into tonight's debate.
NBC News' Lester Holt presses Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on the issue of gun restrictions, saying he "will support stronger provisions."
Sean Penn told CBS News in an interview he was "stunned" that Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán would risk meeting with him.
Search and rescue workers found debris that appeared to be from a helicopter crash that left 12 Marines missing off the coast of Hawaii last week.
A safety watchlist has found complaints about stalling in GM vehicles already repaired as part of the massive ignition recall.
The National Weather Service said there were at least three reports of tornadoes overnight in Florida.
Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian and two other Americans safely left Iran as part of a prisoner-swap and landed in Germany on Sunday.
One officer was dead and another was wounded after a confrontation with a man who police believe fled the scene of an accident.
Farid Fata destroyed lives poisoning hundreds of people with chemotherapy and cancer drugs who didn't need it.
The U.S. State Department was working Sunday to locate three Americans in Iraq after a report that they had been kidnapped in Baghdad.
Bowie's last album — released just two days before he died — has debuted at the top of Billboard's 200 chart, making it his first No. 1 album.
The fourth Democratic debate, which is also last one before voters finally weigh in, is shaping up to be the most heated and consequential yet.
Clinton is the first choice of 59 percent of Democratic primary voters, while Sanders gets the support of 34 percent.
He leads But if Sanders wants to become a true threat to Clinton for the Democratic nomination, he must gain more black support.
Obama touted the implementation of a completed nuclear agreement with Iran and the return of five American prisoners that the country was holding.
Tony Schmucker, driving his pregnant wife Jill to the hospital, crashed the family car and died before seeing his third child's birth. KUSA'
On Saturday, Cher and water company Icelandic Glacial announced that they were partnering to send 180,000+ bottles of water to Flint.
It's a contest between the dreamers (Sanders and his supporters) and the doers (Clinton and her supporters).