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1. Nightly News Full Broadcast (September 18th)04:15[−]
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87 and the U.S. will soon surpass 200,000 deaths from Covid-19.

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2. Nightly News Full Broadcast (September 18th)04:15[−]
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87 and the U.S. will soon surpass 200,000 deaths from Covid-19.

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3. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 8703:37[−]
NBC News’ Pete Williams reports on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life and career.

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4. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 8703:37[−]
NBC News’ Pete Williams reports on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life and career.

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5. Voters in some states head to the polls early01:43[−]
Voters in Virginia, South Dakota and Minnesota began casting their ballots in person on Friday. Absentee ballots are now in the mail for voters who requested them in eight states.

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6. Voters in some states head to the polls early01:43[−]
Voters in Virginia, South Dakota and Minnesota began casting their ballots in person on Friday. Absentee ballots are now in the mail for voters who requested them in eight states.

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7. U.S. will soon surpass 200,000 deaths from Covid-1901:42[−]
This weekend, the U.S. will surpass 200,000 deaths from Covid-19. Lester Holt reflects on the lives lost and how our understanding of the coronavirus has evolved.

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8. U.S. will soon surpass 200,000 deaths from Covid-1901:42[−]
This weekend, the U.S. will surpass 200,000 deaths from Covid-19. Lester Holt reflects on the lives lost and how our understanding of the coronavirus has evolved.

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9. CDC reverses course on Covid testing for asymptomatic people01:38[−]
After facing criticism, the CDC has changed its guidance again on testing: asymptomatic people who have come in contact with Covid-19 should get tested.

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10. CDC reverses course on Covid testing for asymptomatic people01:38[−]
After facing criticism, the CDC has changed its guidance again on testing: asymptomatic people who have come in contact with Covid-19 should get tested.

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11. Trump says U.S. will have enough Covid vaccine doses for all Americans by April01:36[−]
During a press briefing, President Trump said “hundreds of millions” of doses would be ready for widespread distribution by April. Health officials have said a vaccine wouldn’t be widely available until next summer.

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12. Trump says U.S. will have enough Covid vaccine doses for all Americans by April01:36[−]
During a press briefing, President Trump said “hundreds of millions” of doses would be ready for widespread distribution by April. Health officials have said a vaccine wouldn’t be widely available until next summer.

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13. Nightly News: Kids Edition (September 17, 2020)Чт, 17 сен[−]
Dr. John Torres answers viewers’ questions. From the wildfires on the West Coast to hurricanes hitting the Southern states, Al Roker explains what all of this weather means. Lester Holt checks in with one of the newest members of the Houston Zoo - a rare Okapi. Plus, Inspiring Kids series continues: two best friends from London, England are raising money to help kids in another country.

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14. Nightly News Full Broadcast (September 16th)Чт, 17 сен[−]
Hurricane Sally makes landfall in Alabama, details on the U.S. distribution plan for a Covid vaccine, and new images show scope of Western wildfire devastation.

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15. Nightly News Full Broadcast (September 15th)Ср, 16 сен[−]
Slow-moving Hurricane Sally heads toward Gulf Coast, death toll rises and dozens still missing amid West Coast wildfires, and Breonna Taylor’s family agrees to a $12 million settlement with the city of Louisville.

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16. Nightly News: Kids Edition (September 15, 2020)Ср, 16 сен[−]
Dr. John Torres answers viewers’ questions. Nightly News: Kids Edition reports on the importance of fact-checking information. Plus, Inspiring Kids series continues: a 13-year-old has turned his passion into a business to help rescue animals.

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17. Nightly News Full Broadcast (September 14th)Вт, 15 сен[−]
Hurricane Sally takes aim at the Gulf Coast, a search for the missing is underway as wildfires continue to ravage the West Coast, and one-on-one with Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.

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18. Nightly News Full Broadcast (September 13th)Пн, 14 сен[−]
One million acres burned as ‘it feels like Armageddon’ in Oregon, Louisiana braces for Tropical Storm Sally, and videos show Georgia deputies violently restraining black man.

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19. Neighborhood pollution contributing to higher asthma rates among Black AmericansВт, 08 сен[−]
In Newark, New Jersey, where the population is 50 percent Black and 36 percent Latino, the rate of emergency visits for asthma is more than ten times greater than in Livingston, a mostly white community within the same county. A major factor is the pollution, advocates say.

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20. Critical coronavirus vaccine trials lack diversity among volunteersПт, 04 сен[−]
As researchers struggle to overcome decades of mistrust, 360,000 volunteers are participating in the accelerating race to find a coronavirus vaccine, and only 40,000 of them are minorities. NBC’s Ron Allen spoke with Dr. Fauci about why it’s so important for people of color to participate in testing the vaccine.

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21. Wi-Fi hotspots installed across BaltimoreВс, 23 авг[−]
Elev8 Baltimore, a nonprofit group, partnered with two other local firms to install the hotspots, including one in a church steeple. The effort will provide internet to students learning from home who might not otherwise have it.

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22. Reexamining U.S. history textbooks to promote equality in the classroomПт, 14 авг[−]
The nationwide protests over racial injustice are sparking concerns about inequality in school curriculums. Experts urge scrutiny of U.S. history textbooks, which often include racist descriptions or omissions of Black history.

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23. NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt PodcastВт, 17 сен 2019[−]
Listen to "NBC Nightly News," providing reports and analysis of the day's most newsworthy national and international events.

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24. Champagne and Romance Tips with Joanna ColesПт, 27 июл 2018[−]
Joanna Coles (Chief Content Officer @ Hearst) has always gotten the story - even if it meant chasing a subject into the bathroom, or scribbling interview notes on her thigh. She shares a glass of champagne with Kate Snow and tells her the story of her childhood, her move to New York, and her new book on love and online dating.

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25. Desperate search for missing Iowa college student Mollie TibbettsПт, 27 июл 2018[−]
The 20-year-old college sophomore has been missing since last Wednesday after she went for a run and sent a Snapchat to her boyfriend, who investigators believe was the last to hear from her.

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