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Brenda Breslauer

Brenda Breslauer is a producer with the NBC News Investigative Unit.

Brenda Breslauer is a producer with the NBC News Investigative Unit.


Latest from Brenda Breslauer

36d ago

A Florida dentist was convicted of having his brother-in-law killed. His mother was charged in the plot days later.

Florida dentist Charlie Adelson was found guilty of having his ex-brother-in-law killed. Days later, his mom, Donna Adelson, was charged in the plot.
106d ago

A secret room and a jarring first date: Gilgo Beach murders suspect set off alarm bells

One neighbor recalled his casual threat over a less-than-precise parking job.

A CIA veteran who survived a hand-to-hand battle with Al Qaeda is now helping Afghans escape the Taliban

A CIA veteran who survived a hand-to-hand battle with Al Qaeda in Afghanistan is coming to the aid of his former Afghan comrades.

'It's just insanity': ATF now needs 2 weeks to perform a routine gun trace

Boxes of paper records fill nearly every corridor of the ATF’s National Tracing Center, where agents are struggling to keep up with surging requests from local police.

Choosing a new doctor? Beware of fake rave reviews

When people choose a new doctor, many start with an online search. But some online doctor reviews are fake. Experts share tips for spotting fake online reviews.
681d ago

Amid baby formula shortage, factory stays shut as investigators try to pinpoint source of bacteria that sickened infants

Amid a baby formula shortage, investigators have been unable to definitively determine the source or sources of a rare bacteria that sickened four babies.
720d ago

More than 200,000 US children have lost a parent or caregiver to Covid. Efforts to help them have been haphazard

More than 200,000 U.S. children have lost a parent or caregiver to COVID; efforts to help them have been haphazard.
720d ago

More than 200,000 kids have lost a parent or caregiver to Covid. Efforts to help them have been haphazard.

Families and advocates say identifying kids who have lost a parent to Covid should be a priority. Instead, they argue, efforts to help them have been haphazard.

Legal, financial fights mount as 'Havana Syndrome' goes unsolved

A former U.S. intelligence official sued the Defense Department on Wednesday related to an overseas incident decades ago that he believes is part of the same mystery.

'Seized by some invisible hand': What it feels like to have Havana Syndrome

A doctor said "it's like you aged 20 years all at once," said Kate Husband, diagnosed with a brain injury "related to a directional phenomenon exposure.”

Diplomat overseeing 'Havana Syndrome' response is out after 6 months

The State Department faces growing questions about its handling of the unexplained health incidents and the care and benefits provided to suffering employees.