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Dec 15, 2017

California issues 1st licenses for its legal pot market
California issued its first batch of business licenses for the state's upcoming legal marijuana market sets the stage for sales to begin in January.

MSNBC US News
Dec 15, 2017

Charlottesville attack suspect faces new charge: first-degree murder
James Alex Fields, the man accused of driving into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, faces a new charge of first-degree murder after a court hearing Thursday in which prosecutors presented surveillance video and other evidence against him.

MSNBC US News
Dec 15, 2017

Net neutrality supporters vow a reboot after FCC pulls plug
State attorneys general said they would sue to overturn the FCC's vote to roll back 'net neutrality' as advocates said the decision threatens the open internet.

MSNBC US News
Dec 15, 2017

NYPD opens investigation over Russell Simmons accusations
New York City police have opened a preliminary investigation into sexual assault allegations against hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, two sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Firefighter killed battling powerful California wildfire
The raging Thomas Fire claimed the life firefighter on Thursday after charring nearly 250,000 acres of California since early December.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

4 times 'The Simpsons' eerily predicted the future
The long-running animated sitcom predicted that The Walt Disney Company would buy 21st Century Fox — almost two decades ago.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Prosecutor: Not enough evidence yet to charge officer who shot bride
County attorneys do not yet have enough evidence to file charges against a Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian bride-to-be in July, the prosecutor handling the case said on Wednesday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Will he testify? Time for Turkish banker in sanctions trial to decide
Turkish banker Hakan Atilla listened to gold trader Reza Zarrab testify against him for seven days in a U.S. sanctions case.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Tax bill kills health insurance mandate
The tax bill being considered in Congress kills the individual mandate - the unpopular Obamacare provision that required everyone to buy health insurance.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Prosecutor: No enough evidence yet to charge officer who shot bride
County attorneys do not yet have enough evidence to file charges against a Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian bride-to-be in July, the prosecutor handling the case said on Wednesday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Kentucky lawmaker who killed himself claimed he raised the dead
State Rep. Dan Johnson also declared that he watched the second hijacked plane slam into the World Trade Center from his hotel room.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Kentucky lawmaker who killed himself claims he raised the dead
State Rep. Dan Johnson also declared that he watched the second hijacked plane slam into the World Trade Center from his hotel room.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

U.S. jets use warning flares to chase away Russian jets over Syria
Russian planes have been breaching U.S. airspace in Syria up to eight times a day since early November, according to a military spokesman.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

New York woman accused of trying to send Bitcoin to ISIS
Zoobi Shahnaz of Brentwood is charged with trying to send $85,000 in bitcoin to ISIS fighters in Syria.

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Dec 14, 2017

A younger Sulzberger to lead The New York Times
Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. is stepping down as publisher of The New York Times, and his son, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, 37, has been named his successor

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Roy Moore slams U.S. 'immorality' in homophobic YouTube video
In the 4-minute video, Moore made disparaging comments toward the LGBTQ community and claimed 'immorality sweeps over' America.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Hawaii case draws attention to same-sex child support issues
National gay rights advocates are watching how a child support fight between a divorced lesbian couple plays out in Hawaii.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Nearly 1,000 kids under age 12 have died from guns since Sandy Hook
That means one child has been fatally shot in this country every 44 hours—the equivalent of every other day.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Black passenger removed from Delta flight files bias lawsuit
Kima Hamilton, who is black, alleges that Delta Air Lines wouldn't have violated his civil rights during a flight in April if he were white.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Bargains lure millions to health care markets
Despite endless repeal efforts, millions are signing up for health insurance on the Obamacare markets in the final days of open enrollment, and finding bargains

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

PBS suspends 'Tavis Smiley' show after 'troubling' allegations of misconduct
PBS announced it was suspending 'Tavis Smiley' after an investigation that turned up 'multiple, credible allegations.' Smiley vehemently denied any wrongdoing.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

2017 brings second-fewest death sentences and executions
The number of people sentenced to death or executed in 2017 was near historically low levels, according to the annual report of a group that tracks the death penalty.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Kentucky lawmaker dies in apparent suicide after sexual assault allegation
Kentucky state Rep. Dan Johnson died of a gunshot wound in a probable suicide, the coroner said, days after a report quoting a woman who said he assaulted her.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Kentucky lawmaker kills himself following sexual assault accusations
Kentucky state Rep. Dan Johnson killed himself Wednesday, officials said, just days after a report quoting a woman who said he assaulted her.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Navajo Nation sues Wells Fargo in fake-account scandal
The tribe said in federal court documents that the bank targeting minors, the elderly and members who speak limited English to sign up for unneeded accounts.

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Russell Simmons accused of rape by three more women
Simmons denied the allegations, saying in a statement: 'These horrific accusations have shocked me to my core and all of my relations have been consensual.'

MSNBC US News
Dec 14, 2017

Joe Biden consoles Meghan McCain over father's health issues
Biden, who served with John McCain in the Senate, stood up and moved from his seat on the set of 'The View' to be next to Meghan McCain and hold her hand as she cried.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Michigan police under fire for treatment of 11-year-old girl
The Grand Rapids cops were chasing a middle-aged white woman. They cuffed an 11-year-old black girl. Now they are under investigation.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

New York governor tells reporter her question is 'disservice to women'
Asked how New York state government would confront sexual misconduct, Gov. Andrew Cuomo told a female reporter, 'I think you miss the point.'

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Plug pulled on Trump pick who called trans kids part of 'Satan's plan'
Two of President Trump's judicial nominees, including one who has made several disparaging comments toward LGBTQ people, are not moving forward.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Ex-polygamous sect leader gets nearly 5 years in fraud case
Lyle Jeffs has been sentenced to nearly five years for his role in carrying out an elaborate food stamp fraud scheme and for escaping home confinement.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

From hospital bed, NYC bomb suspect hears charges
Akayed Ullah, 27, is charged with five federal counts in connection with Monday's failed subway bombing.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

'Secret Santa' leaves $2,000 tip at an Arizona diner
The mystery man left staff at 5 & Diner, located in Scottsdale, Arizona, a $2,000 tip on a $17 tab.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Salma Hayek calls Harvey Weinstein 'my monster'
Salma Hayek says Harvey Weinstein threatened to give her role in 'Frida' to another actress if she didn't do graphic sex scene with Ashley Judd

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Republicans step up attacks on Mueller
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told a House hearing Wednesday that he saw no reason to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller from the Russia probe.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

'Phony allegation': Schumer slams forged sex harassment documents
The attempted smear took the form of a fake legal document alleging inappropriate behavior by Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer toward a former staffer.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Surfers brave wildfire smoke to catch waves
Surfers in a California seaside community hit the beach to catch waves, despite smoke-filled skies from a looming wildfire.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Three Florida men charged after shark-dragging video goes viral
Michael Wenzel, 21, Robert Lee Benac, III, 28, and Spencer Heintz, 23, have each been charged with two felony counts of aggravated animal cruelty.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

'Bigotry did not win': LGBTQ advocates celebrate Roy Moore's defeat in Alabama
Supporters of LGBTQ rights across the U.S. applauded Doug Jones' projected win over Roy Moore, a Republican with a long anti-gay history.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Kids, porn off limits for Dennis Hastert, judge says
It's not clear why a federal judge tightened restrictions on accused sex abuser Dennis Hastert, who was released from prison in July.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Bon Jovi, Nina Simone lead class of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees
'Livin' on a Prayer' rockers Bon Jovi, Nina Simone and The Cars will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, organizers said Wednesday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

How Newtown is coping five years after massacre
Thursday will mark five years since Newtown became the unwilling epicenter of an ongoing national tragedy — the mass killing of innocents by gunmen armed with high-powered weapons.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

DOJ releases text messages from FBI staffers having affair
The Department of Justice released 90 pages of text messages late Tuesday night, many harshly critical of Donald Trump, that were exchanged between an FBI lawyer and an agent.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

DOJ releases text messages from FBI staffers having afffair
The Department of Justice released 90 pages of text messages late Tuesday night, many harshly critical of Donald Trump, that were exchanged between an FBI lawyer and an agent.

MSNBC US News
Dec 13, 2017

Why your highway tolls might soon cost more
Americans waste roughly 42 hours per year stuck in traffic, and it's costing them more and more money. NBC News' Tom Costello reports on a tactic that can drive up U.S. highway tolls to nearly $40.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Haley will display missile, other evidence Iran supplying Yemen rebels
This week at a Washington, D.C., military base, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley will present evidence that includes parts of a missile fired into Saudi Arabia.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

SF Mayor Ed Lee, dead at 65, remembered as 'good man with a good heart'
Edwin M. Lee, San Francisco's first Asian-American mayor, died suddenly early Tuesday morning. He was 65.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

People reveals photo of Trump with accuser he claims never met
The picture shows Trump standing alongside journalist Natasha Stoynoff on the same day she says he allegedly pushed her against a wall and 'forc[ed] his tongue down my throat.'

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Illegal campfire caused blaze that torched homes in Bel-Air
An illegal cooking fire at an encampment near a Los Angeles freeway sparked a fast-moving wildfire last week that destroyed homes in tony Bel-Air and closed down a major freeway, authorities said Tuesday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Opioid crisis straining foster system
Across the U.S., soaring use of opioids has forced tens of thousands of children from their homes, creating a generation of kids abandoned by addicted parents.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Senators say bill will save lives in crashes between cars and trucks
Gillibrand and Rubio have proposed a bipartisan bill that would require side guards on trucks to prevent 'underride' crashes, in which cars go under trucks.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Senators say bill would save lives in crashes between cars and trucks
Gillibrand and Rubio have proposed a bipartisan bill that would require side guards on trucks to prevent 'underride' crashes, in which cars go under trucks.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Senators say new law will save motorists killed by truck collisions
Gillibrand and Rubio have proposed a bipartisan bill that would require side guards on trucks to prevent 'underride' crashes, in which cars go under trucks.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Illegal campfire caused blaze that torched homes in Bel-Air
An illegal cooking fire at an encampment near a Los Angeles freeway sparked a fast-moving wildfire last week that destroyed homes in tony Bel-Air and closed down a major freeway, authorities said Tuesday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

'Feminism' is Merriam-Webster's 2017 Word of the Year
Feminism has been in Merriam-Webster's annual Top 10 for the last few years, including sharing word-of-the-year honors with other 'isms' in 2015. Socialism, fascism, racism, communism, capitalism and terrorism rounded out the bunch. Surreal was the word of the year last year.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Nevada and Nebraska executioners turn to fentanyl
Fentanyl, which has killed thousands of Americans, could soon be used to dispatch Death Row inmates in Nevada and Nebraska to the grave.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

NYC bomb suspect: 'Trump you failed to protect your nation'
Akayed Ullah, 27, of Brooklyn was hit with federal charges Tuesday for Monday's bungled rush-hour bombing.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Alabama dad blasts Roy Moore, mourns gay daughter in viral video
At a Roy Moore campaign event in Midland City, Alabama, a father made a heartfelt plea on behalf of his deceased gay daughter: Don't vote for Moore.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Trump attorney says conflicts require second special counsel
Lawyer Jay Sekulow says the Justice Department and FBI can no longer ignore the 'multiple problems' created by 'obvious conflicts of interest.'

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

As Moore seeks Senate seat, Alabama community embraces its LGBTQ neighbors
In a first, a gay pride float participated in a Christmas parade in Opelika, Alabama, and the crowd — for the most part — cheered it on.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

NYC blast suspect became a father just six months ago
Akayed Ullah, 27, of Brooklyn was charged with criminal possession of a weapon, supporting an act of terrorism and making a terroristic threat on Tuesday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

'The best security is invisible': How Sandy Hook changed schools
Experts say the Newtown, Connecticut, massacre prompted a wave of alterations to school buildings, like buzzer entries, security cameras and bulletproof glass.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee dies in hospital at 65
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee died early Tuesday at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, his office announced. He was 65 years old.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Where Alabama Senate candidates stand on 8 key issues
Jones and Moore differ on the issues facing the country, though matters of policy have been largely overshadowed by the scandal dogging Moore's campaign.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Immigrants fear raids as NYC fails to destroy ID card records
New York's undocumented came out of the shadows under Obama. Now, with Trump, they fear giving away personal details could have been a big mistake.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Immigrants trusted NYC with their biggest secret. Now they fear deportation.
New York's undocumented came out of the shadows under Obama. Now, with Trump, they fear giving away personal details could have been a big mistake.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

More cameras, bulletproof glass in schools since Sandy Hook
Experts say the Newtown, Connecticut, massacre prompted a wave of alterations to school buildings, like buzzer entries, security cameras and bulletproof glass.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

U.S. soldier who drunkenly deserted to North Korea dies
An American soldier who deserted to North Korea in one of the strangest dramas of the Cold War has died in Japan. He was 77.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

Sex offender arrested in 1980 rape, murder of 14-year-old girl
Mitchell Lynn Bacom, 63, was arrested in a cold case investigation — the 1980 abduction, rape and killing of Suzanne Bombardier, 14, in Antioch, California.

MSNBC US News
Dec 12, 2017

NFL Network suspends Marshall Faulk, two others over alleged harassment
NFL Network confirmed it suspended Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans after they were named in a lawsuit against the network.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

NYC bombing suspect wanted to avenge Muslim deaths
The suspect, 27-year-old Akayed Ullah, came to the U.S. seven years ago and has worked as an electrician and limousine driver. Ullah told investigators he intended to carry out a suicide attack.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

A timeline of terror attacks in New York City
Dozens have been thwarted, but here's a timeline of major attacks that have been carried out since the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

The New Yorker fires a top political reporter for misconduct
Ryan Lizza, the Washington correspondent of The New Yorker, was fired on Monday by the magazine, which said he had engaged in improper sexual conduct.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Native American mother disappears, leaving all belongings behind
Thirty-two-year-old mother Olivia Lone Bear was last seen October 24, 2017 as she was leaving Sportsman's Bar in New Town, North Dakota.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

NYC blast suspect aimed to avenge Muslim deaths, sources say
Akayed Ullah, 27, was injured in the blast at Port Authority and was taken to Bellevue Hospital.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Judge rejects Trump's request to further delay transgender military enlistment
The Pentagon said enlistments of new transgender service members would begin on Jan. 1.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Raging on, Thomas Fire becomes fifth largest in California history
The Thomas Fire in California's Ventura and Santa Barbara counties has consumed more than 230,000 acres over the past week, becoming the fifth largest fire in the state's history and continuing to send firefighters scrambling to control the blaze, officials said on Monday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Vigorous exercise can slow Parkinson's
Intense exercise can slow the progression of Parkinson's — enough so that patients can notice the difference, researchers reported Monday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

NYC blast suspect learned to make bomb online, source says
Akayed Ullah, 27, was injured in the blast at Port Authority and was taken to Bellevue Hospital.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Mario Batali steps aside from 'The Chew' after misconduct allegations
Mario Batali, celebrity chef and co-host of ABC's 'The Chew' is stepping away from the show after four anonymous women accused him of sexual misconduct.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

'Attempted terrorist attack': Suspect held after NYC rush-hour blast
The suspect, Akayed Ullah, was 'wearing an improvised low-tech explosive device' that detonated in a subway tunnel in the 42nd Street passageway between 7th and 8th avenues.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Supreme Court declines to hear gay workplace discrimination case
The high court on Monday refused to hear an appeal by a Georgia security guard who said she was harassed and forced from her job because she is a lesbian.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Authorities respond to 'terror-related' explosion near Times Square
The suspect, Akayed Ullah, was 'wearing an improvised low-tech explosive device' that detonated in a subway tunnel in the 42nd Street passageway between 7th and 8th avenues.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

NYC blast suspect identified as Brooklyn man
Akayed Ullah, 27, was injured in the blast at Port Authority and was taken to Bellevue Hospital.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Authorities respond to explosion near major NYC bus terminal
The suspect was carrying some sort of pipe bomb or other type of improvised explosive device that either went off prematurely or only partially detonated.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Focus on Flynn, Trump timeline suggests obstruction is on Mueller's mind
Mueller's team seems focused on what happened during the 18 days between Trump learning Flynn had lied about Russia and Trump's firing of Flynn.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

What did President Trump know about Flynn and when did he know it?
Mueller's team seems focused on what happened during the 18 days between Trump learning Flynn had lied about Russia and Trump's firing of Flynn.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Public defenders say they're overworked and underfunded
The system that provides indigent defendants with lawyers has been understaffed, underfunded and overwhelmed with cases since the 1980s, experts say.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Bullied boy's new friends include LeBron James, Chris Evans, Snoop Dogg
In the video, Keaton Jones said other students call him ugly, make fun of his nose and tell him he has no friends. It had 22 million views by early Monday.

MSNBC US News
Dec 11, 2017

Pioneering black journalist Simeon Booker dies at age 99
Booker, the first full-time African-American reporter at The Washington Post, was credited with bringing to the death of Emmett Till national prominence.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

Shocking body cam footage shows escalating confrontation in deadly police shooting
The Broward County Sheriff says video was released so the public could see this deadly encounter for themselves. The Florida department of law enforcement is investigating the shooting, and a grand jury will determine whether it was justified.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

Flu season hits early this year
The U.S. may be in for an early and dangerous flu season, with influenza already more widespread than it was this time last year, the CDC says.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

Officer with PTSD from Pulse massacre loses his job
Cpl. Omar Delgado was praised for saving Angel Colon, who had been shot several times during the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando on June 12, 2016.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

New evacuations ordered as California wildfires whip across region
Massive wildfires continued to scorch Southern California on Sunday fueled by whipping Santa Ana winds.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

WWE wrestler arrested after allegedly putting wife in headlock
A witness saw WWE wrestler Rich Swann put his wife, Vannarah Riggs, popularly known as Su Yung, into a headlock. He has been arrested and charged with battery.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

Celebrity publicist Max Clifford dies in prison during sex crimes sentence
In the middle of his sentence for numerous sex crimes, celebrity publicist Max Clifford, once one of entertainment's most powerful figures, has died.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

Ambassador Haley says Trump accusers have right to be heard
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Sunday that women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual impropriety have a right to be heard.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

1 in 5 kids facing mental health risk in U.S.
American children's mental health is worrying experts, with one in five kids suffering from a diagnosable mental, emotional or behavioral disorder.

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

Comedian Hannibal Buress arrested in Miami for disorderly intoxication
'Am I under arrest? For what?' Buress appears to ask Miami Police officers in a video of the incident. 'Explain what I'm detained for?'

MSNBC US News
Dec 10, 2017

Comedian Hannibal Buress charged in Miami with disorderly intoxication
'Am I under arrest? For what?' Buress appears to ask Miami police officers in a video of the incident. 'Explain what I'm detained for.'

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