One study has found that on average across the country, people of color are living in neighborhoods with 38% more air pollution than in neighborhoods where white Americans live.
The full Meet the Press exclusive interview with Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
Author Pearl Cleage discusses her new book “Things I Should Have Told My Daughter” where she documents her personal evolution toward what she describes as “free womanhood.”
A new study suggests the reason so few young women report sexual violence and harassment because they view this type of behavior as “normal.” Heather Hlavka, author of the report “Normalizing Sexual Violence” joins The MHP Show to discuss.
Steve Kornacki reports on how the Christie administration’s internal investigators went back and re-interviewed a key witness, Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty after the report was released and soon after he appeared on UP with Steve Kornacki.
The UP panel talks about the nature of New Jersey politics and how information on the Chris Christie scandal has been released.
Everyone knows texting and driving is unsafe. Now there are apps available that help parents monitor their kids on the road and aim to prevent texting and driving, but do they work? NBC’s Janice Lieberman reports.
After getting through a long, painful year, many Boston Marathon bombing survivors look forward to finishing what they started and paying tribute to those who were injured and killed in the tragedy. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.
A slow-moving landslide in the resort town of Jackson, Wyo. , has picked up speed and shows no end in sight, forcing many homes to remain evacuated. NBC News' Joe Fryer reports.
TODAY fans tweet in some hilarious captions for a photo showing the anchors Jenna Wolfe, Lester Holt, Erica Hill and Dylan Dreyer all high-fiving.
Law enforcement officials are working around the clock to make sure the Boston Marathon is safe, employing a mobile command unit, double the number of plainclothes officers, more bomb-sniffing dogs and even robots. NBC News' Stephanie Gosk reports.
An eighteen year old high school drop out and his twenty-seven year old friend start trafficking marijuana across the border of Canada in order to make money and their lives are changed forever.
Nicholas shares the stage with one of his heroes, Smokey Robinson, on Smokey's "Cruisin'."
Final preparations for the race are underway a year after a bombing attack rocked the annual event.
Una nueva forma de escalar.
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