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Andrea Mitchell: Why was no action taken after Russian bounty briefing?

Andrea Mitchell: Why was no action taken after Russian bounty briefing?

NBC senior Washington correspondent Andrea Mitchell joins Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist to discuss the report that Russia paid bounties to Taliban-linked militants to kill American troops in Afghanistan. “If it was important enough to put in the daily brief … why didn’t they act on it? Why didn’t they brief him? Why did they let him have six phone calls with Vladimir Putin afterward?” she says.Read More

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Joe Biden: Trump throws off country’s pursuit of a more perfect union

Joe Biden: Trump throws off country’s pursuit of a more perfect union

In an op-ed provided exclusively to NBC News, former Vice President Joe Biden says President Trump is eroding America’s foundation. Biden also promises to root out systemic racism and restore the Voting Rights Act. NBC’s Geoff Bennett reports for Weekend TODAY.Read More

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Alabama students hold 'COVID-19 parties' with prize for first person to get sick

Alabama students hold 'COVID-19 parties' with prize for first person to get sick

Sign up for our newsletterJuly 2, 2020, 1:09 PM UTCBy Drew WeisholtzAs cases across the country, students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, have started throwing COVID-19 parties. The first attendee to become infected wins money, according to Tuscaloosa City Councilor Sonya McKinstry.Within the past week, Alabama became one of 14 states to report a record-high number of cases in a single day. On Wednesday, the country as a whole set a record for new, daily cases, the fifth time this has happened in the past eight days.Download for the latest coverage on the coronavirus outbreak.Trending...

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Hulu criticized for pulling 'Golden Girls' mud mask episode: It's 'not blackface'

Hulu criticized for pulling 'Golden Girls' mud mask episode: It's 'not blackface'

Sign up for our newsletterJune 28, 2020, 8:12 PM UTCBy Francesca GarianoAfter Hulu recently removed an episode of from its platform, critics are calling the streaming giant's decision an "overcorrection."The episode in question, titled "Mixed Blessings," originally aired on NBC in 1988. It revolves around Dorothy, played by Beatrice Arthur, being concerned that her son is marrying a considerably older woman, Lorraine, played by Rosalind Cash. Meanwhile, Lorraine's mother, played by Virginia Capers, is upset because Dorothy's son is white and her daughter is Black.The controversial scene...

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NASA names D.C. headquarters for Mary W. Jackson, first Black woman engineer at agency

NASA names D.C. headquarters for Mary W. Jackson, first Black woman engineer at agency

Sign up for our newsletterJune 25, 2020, 3:49 PM UTCBy Phil HelselNASA has named its Washington, D.C., headquarters for Mary W. Jackson, the first Black woman engineer at the space agency. Her role and contributions were celebrated in the movie "Hidden Figures."Jackson "was part of a group of very important women who helped NASA succeed in getting American astronauts into space" and helped break barriers, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said in Wednesday announcing the honor.Trending stories,celebrity news and all the best of TODAY.Jackson, who died in 2005, was among those featured in...

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Mike Pence challenged on Trump rally where supporters did not wear face masks

Mike Pence challenged on Trump rally where supporters did not wear face masks

At the first White House coronavirus task force briefing in nearly two months, Vice President Mike Pence was pressed by reporters about wearing face masks during the coronavirus pandemic, a guideline many of President Trump’s supporters didn’t follow at his rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma earlier this month. Dr. Anthony Fauci also urged Americans to take the virus more seriously as infections surge in multiple states. NBC’s Geoff Bennett reports for Weekend TODAY.Read More

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A special teacher changed their lives. Then he helped change the law

A special teacher changed their lives. Then he helped change the law

Sign up for our newsletterJune 26, 2020, 3:58 PM UTCBy Rheana MurrayLonny Guenther was home with his daughter, Joann, last week when the news came on the TV that the Supreme Court based on their sexual orientation.Joann, who is 27 and has severe disabilities, immediately lit up — because she recognized one of the faces on TV as her former teacher, Brett Bigham.Bigham, the 2014 Oregon Teacher of the Year, in 2015 from Multnomah Education Service District in Portland after accusing the school district of harassing him because he is gay. He was part of last week's landmark decision, which...

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Unbelievable luck! Michigan man wins $4M instant lottery prize … again

Unbelievable luck! Michigan man wins $4M instant lottery prize … again

Sign up for our newsletterJune 23, 2020, 12:41 PM UTCBy Associated PressSOUTH ROCKWOOD, Mich. — How does he do it? For the second time, , officials said Monday.Mark Clark of South Rockwood scratched a ticket with a coin that was given to him by his late father about 10 years ago. They often fished together after Clark won a different $4 million instant game in 2017.Meet Mark Clark! Winner of TWO $4 million Lottery prizes and the luckiest man in Monroe County! 💰💰 ➡️ — Michigan Lottery (@MILottery) “You don’t think you’ll win millions once, and you definitely never think it would happen...

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NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo: ‘We’re seriously considering a quarantine’ for visitors from out of state

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo: ‘We’re seriously considering a quarantine’ for visitors from out of state

Andrew Cuomo, governor of New York, tells TODAY that “we went from one of the highest infection rates in the Unites States to one of the lowest,” proving New York state’s “science-based reopening” was the correct approach. He says “we’re seriously considering a quarantine” for out-of-state visitors so they “don’t increase our infection rate.” He also comments on the debate over monuments and on what he calls the “very heavy-handed” dismissal of Geoffrey Berman, former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.Read More

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J.K. Rowling releases new children’s book ‘Ickabog’ for free: How to read it

J.K. Rowling releases new children’s book ‘Ickabog’ for free: How to read it

Sign up for our newsletterMay 27, 2020, 11:06 AM UTCBy ReutersJ.K. Rowling published the first chapters of a fairy tale about a monster known as the Ickabog on Tuesday, an allegory about truth and abuse of power that is free online so that children can read it during coronavirus lockdown.The story concerns rumours of a fierce child-eating monster with extraordinary powers which lives in the northern tip of an imaginary land known as Cornucopia.Further chapters will be published every weekday until July 10, , adding in capitals: "THIS IS NOT A HARRY POTTER SPIN-OFF".I have a small...

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Mom of ‘The Flash' actor Logan Williams, 16, says he died after opioid overdose

Mom of ‘The Flash' actor Logan Williams, 16, says he died after opioid overdose

Sign up for our newsletterMay 16, 2020, 1:13 AM UTCBy Samantha KubotaLogan Williams, a young actor best known for his role on The CW’s “The Flash,” died at the age of 16, a spokesperson for his family . At the time, the Canadian actor’s family didn’t name a cause of death, but his mother, Marlyse Williams, in an interview this week a preliminary toxicology report showed Logan died of a fentanyl overdose.She added her son had battled with his opioid addiction for three years before his death, and now she hopes to raise awareness about the epidemic.“His death is not going to be in vain,” she...

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‘MasterChef’ star has been cooking dinner for an elderly neighbor for a month

‘MasterChef’ star has been cooking dinner for an elderly neighbor for a month

Sign up for our newsletterApril 24, 2020, 3:39 PM UTCBy Chrissy CallahanEvery night for the past month, Anthony O'Shaughnessy, a chef based in the U.K., has been calling up his elderly neighbor before making dinner to ask if he'd also like a plate.The elderly man named Peter (who asked that his last name be withheld) is in his 70s and has lived in the same house for the last 40 years. He even used to help O'Shaughnessy's grandmother, who previously lived in the chef's home, with her groceries and garden."When the lockdown was announced in the U.K., we were concerned for him because we know...

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Police cars form giant heart to thank hospital workers

Police cars form giant heart to thank hospital workers

In Fort Myers, Florida, police officers arranged more than a dozen cruisers in the shape of a giant heart to thank employees of Lee Memorial Hospital for putting their lives on the line treating COVID-19 patients. TODAY’s Hoda Kotb has your Morning Boost.Read More

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Wash your hands. Please.

Wash your hands. Please.

Sign up for our newsletterJan. 29, 2020, 9:26 PM UTCUpdated March 2, 2020, 8:03 PM UTCBy Meghan HolohanOn the bus, a man is picking his nose. A child is touching every surface with grimy fingers and half of the passengers are coughing onto their neighbors. This seems like an outbreak waiting to happen.But, there’s one simple way to cut the odds of getting sick after a scene like this — and it works for the flu, a cold, e-coli, norovirus, rotavirus or even .What is this magical solution? .“ is the second best way to prevent getting an infection,” Dr. Dan McGee, a pediatrician at Helen DeVos...

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