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Jim VandeHei on the Russia investigation
Kimberly Atkins on the Russia investigation
Paul Butler on the Russia investigation
Today's edition of quick hits.
Former Trump campaign aide, Sam Nunberg, joins MTP Daily to discuss how President Trump should responded to the allegations against Roy Moore.
Al Franken faces a second allegation that he groped a woman without consent when the senator took a photo with her at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010. NBC's Katy Tur talks with lawyer Rebecca Weir about the allegations.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton visits Puerto Rico and meets with those left homeless after Hurricane Maria. NBC's Tammy Leitner reports.
Once someone is accused of sexual misconduct, there are a series of important questions that immediately follow, including the number of accusers.
In a bid to shut off revenue, the U.S. is bombing opium production plants in Taliban-controlled southern Afghanistan. NBC's Hans Nichols reports.
California is about to become the largest legal marijuana economy in the United States. But black market weed will continue to be a far bigger business there.
The Los Angeles Police have announced that they are looking into several cases of alleged sex crimes within the Hollywood system.
Representative Lee Zeldin comments on the state of the of tax plan that the Republicans are proposing and shares his views on it.
It's been decades since the nuclear era began, but it wasn't until recently that officials started a debate in earnest over limiting a president's authority.
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.