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9 min 33 sec ago
Who's on President Obama's Shortlist for Scalia Replacement?
27 min 44 sec
Legal pundits and followers of the Supreme Court have begun to speculate on who President Obama may nominate in the wake Justice Scalia's death.
British Band Viola Beach Killed in Swedish Car Crash
2 hours 7 min
Five men, who Swedish media reported were the members and manager of the rock band Viola Beach, were killed when their car crashed in Sweden
GOP Rejects Comparisons to Reagan's Late-Term Nominee
2 hours 14 min
Anthony Kennedy was nominated in November 1987, when President Reagan had just over 13 months left in office, and confirmed in February 1988.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Scalia: 'We Were Best Buddies'
2 hours 51 min
Scalia and Ginsburg differed greatly in ideologies, but bonded over a shared love of the opera.
Kanye Performs New Releases on 'SNL,' Freestyles
3 hours 27 min
Kanye West stormed the "SNL' stage with performances of "Highlights" and "Ultralight Beam" from his just-released album "The Life of Pablo."
Scalia Was 'The Most Loyal Friend I've Ever Had'
4 hours 22 min
"He knew that democracy involves a great deal of intense debate," said Bryan Garner, who co-wrote two books with the late justice.
'Deadpool' Debut Smashes 'Fifty Shades' Record, More
5 hours 13 min
The R-rated "Deadpool" has taken the box office by storm, annihilating records with an eye-popping $135 million from its first three days in theaters.
Ranch Owner: Justice Scalia's Death Was 'Peaceful'
6 hours 14 sec
"The judge, when I found him Saturday morning, was in complete repose," said John Poindexter, the owner of Cibolo Creek Ranch in Marfa, Texas.
Trump Keeps Hitting Bush Legacy Ahead of S.C.
6 hours 28 min
GOP front-runner Donald Trump continued attacking the legacy of George W. Bush, criticizing the former president on the court and the Iraq War.
Marco Rubio: Don't Blame George W. Bush for 9/11
6 hours 38 min
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) blames former Pres. Bill Clinton's decision to not "take out" Osama bin Laden for the September 11th terrorist attack.
On Valentine's Day, a Different Sort of Love Story
6 hours 41 min
Richard and Maritza Velez have been hoping to write a happy ending to a story of heart-aching separation since he found a message in a bottle in 2000.
Cruz: 'No Obligation' To Consider Supreme Court Nominee
7 hours 20 min
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) argued on NBC's "Meet the Press" that the Republican Party should make the 2016 election "a referendum on the Supreme Court."
Mississippi Police Officer Shot in Head by Robbers
7 hours 44 min
The two suspects, who stole money out of a store before shooting Officer Derrick Couch, had their faces covered and have not been identified.
What Happens to the Big Supreme Court Cases Now?
7 hours 56 min
The death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia comes as the high court has heard or will hear cases involving unions, abortion, and immigration.
'Impossible' Love Story Comes True After Brush With Death
8 hours 13 min
NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports on a love story and a wedding that seemed impossible to imagine, just one year ago.
City Ravaged by Violence Awaits Pope Visit With Hope
9 hours 37 min
For residents, the Pope's visit to Juárez affirms the change that has begun transforming a city that has suffered from drug-related violence.
Civilian Casualties Hit New Record High in Afghanistan
11 hours 5 min
Increasingly desperate fighting between Western-backed government forces and insurgent groups meant more noncombatants are being caught in the crossfire.
See the Cute Way This Otter Celebrates Valentine's
11 hours 38 min
Yutan delighted visitors at the Yokohama Hakkeijima aquarium in Japan.
Suspect Arrested in Fatal Stabbing of Girlfriend, 2 Kids
11 hours 50 min
A four-day manhunt culminated with the capture of Michael Sykes, who is accused of fatally stabbing his girlfriend and two of her kids at a Staten Island hotel.
Millions Warned to Brace for Bitterly-Cold Valentine's Day
12 hours 19 min
More than 38 million people from the Plains into the Midwest and East Coast were under winter-storm warnings or advisories.