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    Nightly News Full Broadcast (November 28th)

    19:07
  • Protests throughout China over ‘zero-Covid’ rules

    02:50
  • Severe weather disrupting travel after holiday weekend

    01:19
  • Two rescued from plane that crashed into Maryland utility tower

    01:39
  • Trump facing backlash after dinner with Ye and white nationalist Nick Fuentes

    01:35
  • Cyber Monday deals attract an estimated 64 million shoppers this year

    01:31
  • Former Virginia state trooper kills 3 after catfishing teenage girl

    01:30
  • Russians increasingly divided over Ukraine conflict

    02:22
  • Police officer delivers 5 babies in 9 years

    01:23
  • Nightly News Full Broadcast (November 27)

    18:36
  • Bad weather and fewer planes pose challenges during busiest travel day of the year

    01:59
  • Unprecedented protests spread across China as crackdowns grow violent

    02:08
  • GOP leadership silent after former President Trump dines with Ye and Nick Fuentes

    02:08
  • Cyber Monday sales expected to break records

    01:43
  • NFL star Odell Beckham Jr. forced off flight for disobeying flight crew

    01:32
  • Police departments across the nation face staffing shortages

    03:29
  • Buffalo Bills surprise 98-year-old World War II veteran

    02:18
  • The Reckoning: Native American boarding schools’ painful history unearthed (Part 1)

    12:01
  • The Reckoning: Native American boarding schools’ painful history unearthed (Part 2)

    15:29

E. Coli outbreak in several states possibly tied to Wendy’s

02:15

37 people have gotten sick in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Indiana, with 10 people hospitalized. Authorities are still searching for the outbreak’s cause, but the CDC says most reported eating at a Wendy’s restaurant before getting sick, many specifically having sandwiches with romaine lettuce. The CDC clarifies that it is okay to eat at Wendy’s and that romaine lettuce is broadly safe to eat. As a precaution, the fast food chain has pulled lettuce off its sandwiches in the region.