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The New Orleans Fire Department is investigating the cause of a 6-alarm fire that broke out early Wednesday morning. WDSU's Travers Mackel reports.
In "American Disaster: The Crisis in Flint," MSNBC host Rachel Maddow heard from a range of politicians and experts, as well as residents of Flint.
A federal indictment unsealed Wednesday reveals a few new details of the occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.
A husband and wife, their 1-year-old granddaughter, and another man died in the blast Tuesday near Columbia. A man in the basement survived.
Authorities identified the two people killed in a shooting at a Seattle, Washington, homeless encampment.
The deal comes after the Justice Department found a pattern of racially biased policing in the wake of Michael Brown's death.
The five people taken into custody are believed to have connections to some or all of the inmates who staged an escape on Friday.
The details of Tuesday afternoon's operation ended with the arrest of occupation protest leaders and the death of one anti-government rancher.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz any candidate who hopes to win the Iowa Caucus and the general election owes it to the voters to appear at presidential debates.
The water crisis in Flint and the search for solutions will be the focus of a town hall meeting Wednesday night, hosted by Rachel Maddow.
In the city of almost 100,000 people, where more than 40 percent live below the poverty line, many are stung by the indifference and feel abandoned by their government.
"My youngest daughter is almost two," says Tiana Lankford. "She's been drinking that water her whole life."
Police in Austria are investigating the death of an American au pair, Lauren Mann, who was found dead in her apartment in Vienna.
The International Franchise Association wants the Supreme Court to take up its challenge to portions of Seattle's $15 minimum wage law.
Oregon occupier LaVoy Finicum became known as Tarpman after his interview with NBC News' Tony Dokoupil on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell. After Finicum was killed in a standoff, Dokoupil reflects on his brief brush with fame.
Oregon occupier LaVoy Finicum became known as Tarpman after his interview with MSNBC's Tony Dokoupil on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell. After Finicum was killed in a standoff, Dokoupil reflects on his brief brush with fame.