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One of the first in-depth televised interviews Martin Luther King Jr. ever gave, first broadcast on October 27, 1957.
Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head by the Taliban in 2012 for advocating girls' education, is the youngest Nobel Prize winner ever.
Hurricane Gonzalo strengthened Thursday as it churned toward Bermuda as a Category 4 storm packing winds up to 145 miles an hour.
Brian Williams and Chuck Todd, NBC political director, discuss if the president's decision to appoint Ron Klain will be enough for critics.
Some wonder what specific protocols New York will enact to help prevent the spread of Ebola.
Angry seas, damaging winds and high storm surges slam the island, leaving most of the island shut down until the category 3 hurricane passes.
A flood of lava is moving dangerously close to homes on Hawaii’s Big Island, where residents are preparing to evacuate.
The nation’s major airlines are saving millions of dollars every week because of lower prices for jet fuel, but airfares continue to rise.
A JetBlue flight from Savannah, Georgia was on approach into New York’s JFK airport when it spotted an unmanned drone, the third sighting in a week.
As Americans hit the stores in big numbers on Black Friday, retailers are using flashy bait to lure-in shoppers and get them to spend more.
Authorities are searching for Ohio State University's Kosta Karageorge who walked out of his off-campus apartment and hasn’t been seen since.
As protests over the Eric Garner decision continue from coast to coast, police in Berkeley, California, claim demonstrators hurled objects at them.
Brian Williams says goodbye to Hollywood photographer Phil Stern, father of the modern baseball card Sy Berger, and political guru David Garth.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said no comparison can be made between the CIA’s tactics and what happened to Americans on Sept. 11, 2001.
JetBlue is offering to fly two police officers from each department across the U.S. to New York for the funerals of two officers killed in an ambush.
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