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    Nightly News Full Broadcast (February 1st)

    18:49
  • Tyre Nichols’ life celebrated by thousands at funeral

    03:18
  • FBI searches Biden’s Delaware beach house

    02:12
  • Southeast winter storm claims at least 8 lives

    01:02
  • Video places Alex Murdaugh at crime scene minutes before, prosecutors argue

    01:53
  • Billions stolen in Covid-related fraud, according to estimates

    01:58
  • Tom Brady retires ‘for good’ after record-breaking career

    01:32
  • College Board announces changes to AP African American studies course

    01:57
  • Staten Island restaurant bringing ‘nonnas’ around the world together

    01:30
  • Nightly News Full Broadcast (January 31st)

    20:48
  • 31 million under winter weather alerts

    03:41
  • Alec Baldwin formally charged with involuntary manslaughter in ‘Rust’ shooting

    02:02
  • Police may have narrowly avoided mass shooting in Omaha, Nebraska

    01:15
  • Memphis ‘SCORPION Unit’ under fire after Tyre Nichols’ brutal beating

    02:52
  • Sources: FBI conducted undisclosed search of Biden’s private office in November

    01:26
  • New revelations in Alex Murdaugh double murder trial

    01:44
  • Jan 6th chief investigator says government could have prevented attack on Capitol

    01:54
  • Trailblazing NASA astronauts awarded Congressional Space Medal of Honor

    01:56

Teachers speak out about decision to leave the classroom for good

02:47

As schools prepare to reopen, districts nationwide are scrambling to find teachers. More than 600,000 educators have quit over the last two years. Many schools are desperate to fill a gap caused by a surge in teacher retirements. From extending work hours to little financial growth and even students showing academic and behavioral issues, NBC News’ Rehema Ellis speaks to some of these educators to find out why they quit.