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1 hour 19 min ago
Last Holdouts at Oregon Occupation Surrender to FBI
2 hours 8 min
The four remaining occupiers at an Oregon wildlife refuge surrendered Thursday morning after hours of tense negotiations with mediators.
Meryl Streep on All-White Film Jury: 'We're All Africans Really'
3 hours 54 min
Meryl Streep made a clunky comment about the all-white jury panel at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Grandson Charged in Decapitation Murders at Daycare
4 hours 3 min
A young man allegedly shot and decapitated his grandmother and her husband at a home daycare in Oklahoma City, police said Wednesday.
Einstein Was Right: Scientists Detect Space-Time Ripples
5 hours 8 min
Excited scientists announced Thursday they have detected gravitational waves - distortions in space-time—from the collision of two black holes.
You Can Sleep in a Van Gogh Painting for $10
5 hours 11 min
Art Institute of Chicago recreates Van Gogh's "Bedroom in Arles" painting and rents it out on Airbnb.
Dog's Fiery Rescue Caught On Camera
5 hours 28 min
Helmet cameras show Sacramento firefighters rescuing dog from burning home.
Sanders Scores Endorsement From Legendary Singer
5 hours 36 min
Harry Belafonte has endorsed Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for president, NBC News has learned.
Brr! East Could See Record Lows on Valentine's Day
6 hours 14 min
Bitter cold is forecast for much of the country through the weekend, with possible record lows predicted for Valentine's Day.
'It's Like a Top-Shelf Whiskey': Coffee Shop Hawks $15 Joe
6 hours 21 min
The not-your-average cup is called Finca Sophia and can be found at Equator Coffee, which has locations in San Francisco and Mill Valley.
Wealth Therapists Help Super Rich Deal With Money Guilt
6 hours 30 min
As the income gap widens, "wealth therapists" help the 1% work through their particular emotional dilemma.
Russia Is Wrong, We Didn't Bomb Aleppo: U.S.
6 hours 31 min
The State Department dismissed Russia's claims on Thursday that two American warplanes bombed the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo.
Dow Plunges 390 As Oil Drops 4 Percent
6 hours 33 min
U.S. equities kicked off Thursday sharply lower as investors digested a massive global sell-off, while oil prices fell further.
The Bernie-Barack Relationship: It's Complicated
6 hours 45 min
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
Iran Marks Revolution With 'Death to America' Chants
7 hours 5 min
Tens of thousands marched in Tehran Thursday, chanting "Death to America and Israel" on 37th anniversary of the country's 1979 Islamic revolution.
Why Are More Americans Dying on the Highway?
7 hours 8 min
The cars being built today are safer than ever, not only better able to withstand a crash but designed to avoid accidents in the first place. Roadways
Meet the Colorful Lawmaker Allied With Oregon Occupiers
7 hours 20 min
It's unsurprising that Fiore would put herself as the go-between during this escalating occupation.
NBCBLK28: Nate Howard: The Literary Advocate
7 hours 58 min
As a professional speaker, educator and poet, Nate Howard utilizes the power of expressionism to become a voice of the African American community.
NATO Deploys Warships to Help With Refugee Crisis
8 hours 13 min
NATO is deploying three warships to the Mediterranean Sea to help with the spiraling numbers of refugees and migrants trying to enter Europe.
Surrounded Oregon Occupiers Say They'll Turn Themselves In
8 hours 36 min
The FBI's move to encircle the last holdouts marked a dramatic escalation in a mostly slow-moving six-week standoff.
Who Are the Four Holdouts in the Oregon Refuge?
8 hours 49 min
None of the holdouts is from Oregon, but they all share anti-government sentiment.