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    Nightly News Full Broadcast (April 21st)

    14:39
  • Suspected intoxicated driver kills two children after crashing into birthday party

    02:23
  • 40 years after ‘Footloose,’ Kevin Bacon returns to the film’s high school ahead of its demolition

    02:40
  • Higher airfares expected as U.S. airlines project delivery of fewer planes

    01:53
  • Good Samaritans save man from fiery crash on side of highway moments before fire reaches him

    01:22
  • Speaker Mike Johnson’s job threatened by hardline House conservatives

    01:36
  • Columbia University rabbi warns Jewish students, ‘return home as soon as possible’

    02:02
  • Opening statements set to begin in Trump criminal trial

    02:16
  • Universal Studios tram accident leaves at least 15 injured

    01:09
  • Several Palestinians killed in Israeli raid as West Bank violence escalates

    01:04
  • April 21 — Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, Steve Kornacki and Doris Kearns Goodwin

    47:25
  • Zelenskyy doesn’t believe ‘rumors’ about Trump’s plan to end Russia-Ukraine war

    03:06
  • 'You can never lose hope,' Zelenskyy says as war in Ukraine continues

    01:59
  • Ukrainians’ ‘motivation’ to fight ‘can go down’ with equipment shortages, Zelenskyy says

    02:26
  • Ukraine is 'preparing' for major Russian offensive, Zelenskyy says

    01:55
  • Americans are not ‘funding’ war in Ukraine, they’re ‘protecting freedom’: Full Zelenskyy interview

    19:54
  • Zelenskyy thanks Biden and Johnson for House passage of aid to Ukraine

    02:20
  • Biden closes in on gap with Trump in latest NBC News national poll

    02:43
  • Election interest hits new low in tight Biden-Trump race, NBC News poll finds

    05:12
  • Zelenskyy: With continued U.S. aid, Ukraine ‘will have a chance for victory’

    01:41

No interest in the gym? It may be genetic

02:14

Geneticist Molly Bray, who has isolated millions of DNA samples from thousands of subjects, found that people with one type of FTO sequence are more likely to keep exercising while those with a different type of sequence are more likely to give up. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.