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Elisha Fieldstadt

Elisha Fieldstadt is a breaking news editor for NBC News.

Elisha Fieldstadt is a breaking news editor for NBC News.


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47d ago

Morgan Wallen arrested after throwing chair from rooftop of Nashville bar, police say

Country star Morgan Wallen was arrested on reckless endangerment charges after throwing a chair from the rooftop of a six-story bar in the popular Broadway district of Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday night, police said.
53d ago

Kansas City Chiefs' Rashee Rice cooperating with authorities after crash with speeding luxury cars

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice is cooperating with authorities after his alleged involvement in a high-speed crash in Dallas, his attorney said.
54d ago

Spring roars with reports of tornadoes, hail and flooding from a storm headed east

Unconfirmed tornadoes, hail, heavy rain, heaving gusts and April snow rocked parts of the South as a spring storm system made its way toward the Northeast on Monday.
102d ago

NYC fails controversial remote-learning snow day ‘test,’ public schools chancellor says

New York City's public schools chancellor said the city did not pass Tuesday's remote-learning “test” because of technical issues.

Grammys 2024 highlights: Taylor Swift, Victoria Monét, SZA, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish get wins; Jay-Z honored

Latest news as the 2024 Grammys debut in Los Angeles. Follow all the red carpet looks, live performances, winners’ speeches and more as nominees take home prizes.
242d ago

'Euphoria' star Angus Cloud's mother reveals his last words to her before accidental overdose

“Euphoria” star Angus Cloud’s mother has revealed her son’s last words before he died of an accidental drug overdose earlier this year.
273d ago

Sherri Papini, who faked her own kidnapping, is released from federal prison

Sherri Papini, the California woman who pleaded guilty to faking her own kidnapping and lying about it to the FBI, was released from federal prison to community confinement.
284d ago

Sage Steele and ESPN part ways after settling lawsuit

Broadcaster Sage Steele has left ESPN, the company and Steele announced Tuesday.
316d ago

Gilgo Beach murders: 'A demon that walks amongst us' charged in Long Island serial killings

More than a decade after 11 bodies were found on Long Island and a year after he came onto officials' radar as a potential suspect, a New York architect was charged in the Gilgo Beach murders, a series of killings of mostly young women.
332d ago

Simone Biles set to return to competition for first time since 2021 Tokyo Olympics

Gymnastics superstar Simone Biles is set to take the competitive stage later this summer in her first sanctioned event in nearly two years, officials said Wednesday.

‘Heavily armed’ man who FBI said targeted Jewish Michigan officials was after state Attorney General Dana Nessel, she says

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel was targeted last month by a "heavily armed" man who threatened injury and death to Jewish members of the state government, she said Thursday morning.