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Climate Change: How We’re Accelerating Towards The Perilous 2 Degree Milestone | NBC News NOW
The Paris Climate Agreement has a goal to limit global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial temperatures.
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How Greta Thunberg Has Inspired Young Climate Change Activists Around The World | NBC News NOW
Two years after Greta Thunberg entered the spotlight in the fight against climate change, she is set to testify on Capitol Hill during a House Environmental Subcommittee hearing.
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Songwriter Ezra Furman Announces She Is 'Very Proud To Be A Trans Woman' | NBC News NOW
Singer-songwriter Ezra Furman has come out as a transgender woman on social media, also announcing to her followers on Instagram that she has been a mom for 2 years.
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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause May Not Be Impacting Vaccine Hesitancy | NBC News NOW
A new poll shows that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause hasn’t impacted vaccine hesitancy as much as health care professionals first thought, with 20% of Americans still saying they won’t get
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Paper Source Vendors Left Pleading For Payments After Bankruptcy Filing | NBC News NOW
small business owners. NBC News’ Stephanie Ruhle spoke with two business owners out thousands of dollars.
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Biden Fails To Deliver On Major Immigration Promises Before 100 Days In Office | NBC News NOW
As President Joe Biden approaches 100 days in office, some of his immigration policies have fallen short of his campaign pledges, including reunited families and raising the refugee cap.
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Arizona Governor Declares State Of Emergency: ‘The U.S. Border Patrol Is Overwhelmed’ | NBC News NOW
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey sent the National Guard to the southwest border declaring a state of emergency. The governor blamed President Joe Biden for the surge of illegal border crossings.
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From Covid To Capitol: A Year In The Life Of A National Guardsman | NBC News NOW
Army National Guard Spc. Juan Herrera Vasquez shared his story of being on the frontlines during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Peaceful Demonstrator At BLM Plaza: Chauvin Verdict ‘Long Overdue’ | NBC News NOW
Crowds at Black lives Matter Plaza reacted to Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict in the death of George Floyd with a sigh of relief.
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NBC News NOW Full Broadcast - April 21st, 2021 | NBC News NOW
Nation reacts to Derek Chauvin guilty verdict, Ohio police fatally shoot Black teen girl after call about knife attack, study says older adults who sleep six hours or less have increased risk of
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NBC Nightly News Broadcast (Full) - April 21st, 2021 | NBC Nightly News
DOJ launches investigation into Minneapolis Police Department, U.S. hits 200 million vaccine milestone as pace slows and Arizona governor sends National Guard to Southern border.
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The Climate Challenge: Syrians Devastated By Environmental And Health Impacts Of Oil And War
A decade of war in Syria has left oil facilities in ruins and created an environmental catastrophe.
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Arizona Governor Sends National Guard To Southern Border | NBC Nightly News
Governor Doug Ducey is deploying the National Guard and declared a state of emergency in multiple counties. NBC News’ Dasha Burns speaks with authorities along the border.
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Body Cam Footage Released In Shooting Of 16-Year-Old Ma’Khia Bryant | NBC Nightly News
16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant was shot and killed by a Columbus, Ohio police officer as he responded to a 911 call. Video shows Bryant threatening two other girls with a knife, police say.
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What Chauvin Conviction Means For Police Reform In America | NBC Nightly News
NBC News’ Ron Allen speaks with civil rights attorney Nekima Levy Armstrong, Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo and Minnesota state Rep.
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DOJ Launches Investigation Into Minneapolis Police Department | NBC Nightly News
Following Derek Chauvin’s conviction for the murder of George Floyd, Attorney General Merrick Garland announced an investigation into the practices of the Minneapolis Police Department.
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Olympian Apolo Ohno On How A 'Fear Of Failure' Ensured His Success | Nightly News Films
Apolo Ohno is known as the most decorated American Winter Olympian in history. But in his first Olympic trials, he finished dead last.
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Pelosi Says D.C. Statehood Will Reaffirm Truth All ‘Deserve A Voice In Our Democracy’ | NBC News NOW
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Oversight Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney, and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer spoke out ahead of the House vote on statehood for Washington, D.C.
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Police Say Long Island Stop & Shop Shooter Was Employee Who Killed Manager | NBC News NOW
During a police briefing, authorities gave more details on the shooting at a Long Island Stop & Shop where one person was killed and two people were injured.
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Morning News NOW Full Broadcast - April 21 | NBC News NOW
Derek Chauvin is found guilty on all charges in the murder of George Floyd, an Ohio police officer fatally shoots a teenage girl after responding to an attempted stabbing, and the Johnson & Johnson
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Biden: 'Every Employee Should Get Paid Leave To Get A Shot' | NBC News NOW
President Biden announced he will launch an initiative to ensure all employers can give their employees time off and paid leave in order to receive and recover from their Covid-19 vaccine.
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Biden Delivers Remarks On Covid Response | NBC News
Watch live coverage as President Biden delivers remarks on his administration's response to the Covid-19 pandemic and the state of vaccinations.
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How The Chauvin Murder Conviction May Impact The Future Of Policing | NBC News NOW
Former Obama policing taskforce member Cedric Alexander joins News NOW to discuss the future of policing following the murder conviction of Derek Chauvin and what public safety could look like
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Putin Critic Alexei Navalny's Doctors Concerned Over 'Lack Of Treatment,' Lawyers Say | NBC News NOW
Putin critic Alexei Navaly’s lawyers say he is being held in solitary confinement in a Russian prison hospital amid a weekslong hunger strike.
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White House Holds Press Briefing: April 21 | NBC News
Watch as White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki holds a press briefing.
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Watch: ‘Wheel Of Fortune’’s Sajak Accidentally Gives Away Answer In Final Round | NBC News NOW
“Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak accidentally gave away the answer during the final puzzle. Despite the hint, the contestant wasn’t able to come up with the right answer.
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One Killed, Another Injured In Shooting At Wawa Gas Station In Pennsylvania | NBC News NOW
During a press conference, Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin announced a man accused of killing one person and injuring another has died in an apparent suicide after opening fire at a Wawa
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FEMA Deploys Mobile Vaccination Clinics To Rural Areas Across The U.S. | NBC News NOW
FEMA is deploying mobile vaccination clinics to rural areas across the country, which the agency calls “vaccination deserts.” NBC News’ Heidi Przybyla speaks to FEMA director Bob Fenton about how
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Supporters Express Relief, Shock And Hope In Wake Of Derek Chauvin Murder Conviction | NBC News NOW
As the country reacts to the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, NBC News’ Yasmin Vossoughian speaks to the crowds that gathered at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
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Trial Awaits Three Former Minneapolis Officers Facing Charges In George Floyd’s Death | NBC News NOW
Following the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, three former Minneapolis police officers face charges of aiding and abetting in the murder of George Floyd.
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