A federal judge says Ohio must recognize two Ohio men as spouses on a death certificate as one has only weeks to live. MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell has an exclusive interview with one of the spouses, Jim Obergefell and the layer who argued the case, Al Gerhardstein.
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A mishap left New Hampshire off the map during a Nightly News segment on July 8. With apologies, the “Live Free or Die” state has been returned to its rightful location. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Steve Kornacki breaks down why the idea of Rick Perry for president isn't entirely farfetched for 2016, with one small caveat: until his "oops" moment during the Republican primary in 2012 is replaced as everyone's first thought of the Texas Governor, Perry may have risen as far as he can in politic
Lightning struck near a Boy Scout campsite in Belmont, N.H., overnight, where 23 scouts and three adults were hospitalized. All are reported to be doing well.
Boston Bruins fan David Heard of Derry, New Hampshire, holds up a sign referring to a line from the movie "Slapshot" as he arrives for Game 6 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals hockey series against the Chicago Blackhawks in Boston, Massachusetts, June 24, 2013. REUTERS/Adam Hunger (UNITED STATES - Tags
Former Senator Russ Feingold (D-Wis.) gestures while speaking at the New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention in Goffstown, New Hampshire June 3, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
Stephen Monzione stands at the front door of his home in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, April 11, 2013. During the crazy days of the housing bubble in 2006, bankers created a bond called MABS 2006-FRE1. The instrument gave buyers the right to payments on the subprime housing loans of nearly 2,000 borrowe
Stephen Monzione sits inside his brother's law office in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, April 11, 2013. During the crazy days of the housing bubble in 2006, bankers created a bond called MABS 2006-FRE1. The instrument gave buyers the right to payments on the subprime housing loans of nearly 2,000 borrowe