7-year-old twins in San Antonio, Texas, are being hailed for their bravery after they successfully fought off a carjacker, saving themselves and their 1-year-old sibling. NBC's Ron Allen reports.
The latest batch of Clinton-era documents released this week reveal that in 1993 the White House courted Chelsea Clinton's current mother-in-law, then-Congresswoman Marjorie Margolies Mezvinsky, for support for their healthcare law. NBC's Kristen Welker reports.
Participants Stella Hirsch, Devin Lopez, and tattoo artist Scott Campbell join Craig Melvin to talk about the mentorship idea linked with tattoos and teens.
Alex Witt talks to Professor of Navigation and Marine Transportation, Peter Vecchio, about the capsized South Korean Ferry and the arrest of its Captain and some crew members.
In an exclusive interview with David Gregory on Meet the Press, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk warns of Vladimir Putin s aggression and what Yatsenyuk thinks would be the biggest disaster of this century.
Chef Max Hardy, founder of One Chef Can 86 Hunger, and personal chef to New York Knicks Amar'e Stoudemire, talks about his foundation s goal of educating inner-city students on maintaining healthy and cost effective eating habits.
The American ice dancing duo of Meryl Davis and Charlie White tell their story.
In Part II of this week s Office Politics, Alex Witt continues her talk with MSNBC s Tamron Hall, discussing everything from her home state of Texas, to the political realm to Hall s cheerful persona.
A new United Nations report says the world needs to take aggressive action very soon in order to reverse course on climate change. Bill Nye, Coral Davenport, Alex Bozmoski and Sam Stein discuss.
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been ongoing for six weeks. But despite the advanced technology used in the search, there s no resolution to the mystery.
Melissa Harris-Perry talks about the debate on the fears we should ignore to preserve freedom and those that should be confronted to strengthen security. Dorian Warren, Linda Sarsour, Richard Cohen and Omar Farah discuss.
The back and forth between Ukraine and Russia continues in spite of an interim agreement reached by diplomatic representatives. NBC's Jim Maceda, Dorian Warren, Nina Khrushcheva, Dafna Linzer and Alexander Motyl discuss.
A new report released by the Southern Poverty Law Center found that users of StormFront.org, which advocates a 'white power' ideology, have been responsible for nearly 100 murders in the last five years.
Family members of the victims of a sunken South Korean ferry express their frustration at the captain who abandoned their loved ones as the ship sank.
Alex Witt talks to reporter Greg Miller about Edward Snowden s appearance on a televised Q&A with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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