On December 6, 2014, Chicago protesters continue demonstrations over the lack of an indictment in the death of Eric Garner.
This week the Supreme Court heard arguments in a landmark case that asks the Court to consider whether online threats constitute speech that is protected by the First Amendment. Tim Wu, Bryonn Bain, Janai Nelson and Michael Skolnik discuss free speech and the hip-hop rap lyrics at the center of the case.
Over 150 Massachusetts National Guard troops received a warm welcome home from family and friends on Friday, after returning home from a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan.
NOW producer Jeremy Slevin interviews the people on the front lines in the New York City protests.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu spoke about Nelson Mandela s legacy as a leader and activist on Friday, one year after the former South African president s passing.
The 2015 Humane Society calendar s cover dog is a happy guy named Cooper, who, along with his owner Ben Mincks, is disabled. NBC affiliate KECI visited the pair and heard their heartwarming story.
On Friday, protesters took to the streets of Boston, MA chanting 'black lives matter' in solidarity with demonstrations across the country following the Eric Garner case.
From Sen. John McCain's Bible quote-off with Stephen Colbert to President Obama finding one thing that Tom Hanks can't do, here are this week's most awkward moments in politics.
In New York City, a large group of demonstrators marched into Macy's flagship store at Herald Square in Manhattan, a destination for holiday shoppers, to stage a die-in while chanting I can t breathe to protest the grand jury decision in the Eric Garner death case.
Hear 3 University of Virginia students sound off on the shocking revelations over discrepancies in a recent Rolling Stone article about rape culture on the UVA campus.
Out There: In this week's LGBT news roundup, Thomas Roberts recaps the spread of marriage equality, reports on the first MLB umpire coming out, and tells the story of possibly the best coming out reaction by parents ever.
A large group of demonstrators marched into an Apple store in Manhattan in New York City on Friday evening, staging a die-in and chanting I can t breathe to protest the grand jury decision in the Eric Garner death case.
President Obama nominated Ashton Carter as Defense Secretary on Friday. NBC s Jim Miklaszewski reports on Carter s defense background. Then, Ret. Army Officer Douglas Ollivant talks about why Carter is well-suited to deal with the defense budget.
The very first Apple computer The Ricketts Apple-1 Personal Computer, to be exact is being auctioned off this month by Christie s. Originally build and sold by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, this piece of computing history is expected to sell for over $400,000.
Thursday night saw widespread demonstrations once again in cities across the country, with massive crowds protesting the respective grand jury decisions in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases.
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