MSNBC: Top Stories
NBC News Top Stories
Updated: 31 min 34 sec ago
Appearance of Scandal: Why today isn't a good day for the Clinton campaign. How would the Clinton Foundation operate if Hillary becomes president?
The agency was warned in 2010 that the system was out of date and likely to fail but rejected requests to replace it, the report found.
From a Michael Brown wrongful death lawsuit to the Senate voting on the AG nomination of Loretta Lynch, see the stories we're following today.
North Korea could double its nuclear-weapons arsenal by 2016, top Chinese nuclear experts warned the United States, according to a newspaper report.
The Republican from Utah on Wednesday said the mailman who landed a small aircraft on the Capitol lawn "should have been blown out of the air."
Actor cut short an interview with Krishnan Guru-Murthy of U.K.'s Channel 4 News when questions turned from star's new film to his colorful past.
Dangerous storms are elevating the threat for tornadoes will be on Friday in southeastern Kansas, eastern Oklahoma, and parts of Arkansas, forecasters said.
Vaccine laws in other states may be toughened, observers agree, if California strips parents' rights to exempt their kids from immunizations.
If confirmed, Lynch would be the first African-American woman to hold the nation's top law enforcement post.
Russia is building up its air defenses inside of eastern Ukraine and bolstering forces along the border in violation of a recent truce.
The case of Alondra Luna Nunez drew international attention after a video of the distraught girl being forced into a police vehicle circulated.
One officer has still not given a statement to investigators probing the death of a man who died after an arrest in Baltimore.
The plane dove as fast as 7,000 feet per minute. A SkyWest spokeswoman said pilots rapidly descended "out of an abundance of caution."
A 90 pound hive containing an estimated 80,000 bees was removed from a Florida family's tree. WFLA's Holly Bounds reports.
Officer Michael Rapiejko told a police inquiry he hit Mario Valencia with his car because he feared he would miss with a gunshot.
A son of Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul was cited for driving under the influence of alcohol in Kentucky after hitting a parked car on Sunday.
The detail came out during a hearing to determine if the would-be assassin should be allowed to live outside a mental hospital full-time.