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    White House journalists reflect on President Biden’s first year

    10:39
  • The ups and downs of Biden’s climate agenda in year one

    03:24
  • Cold case divers find missing woman's car in Texas river

    04:52
  • ‘Havana Syndrome’ victims devastated after CIA report on illness

    04:37
  • 'We need better funding': Students reflect on Biden's promise to prioritize HBCUs

    03:57
  • Jury selection begins in trial of 3 officers charged in George Floyd's death

    04:29
  • Report finds retired Pope Benedict failed to act against abusive priests in Germany

    02:17
  • Fight over critical race theory shifts to 'curriculum transparency' debate

    03:22
  • Alec Baldwin hit with defamation lawsuit by family of Marine killed in Afghanistan

    03:13
  • Tesla driver is first person to be charged in a fatal crash involving Autopilot

    02:45
  • Otto Warmbier's parents to receive over $240k from North Korea

    00:35
  • Economic, population boom in Washoe County, Nevada, fuels housing shortage

    03:23
  • How the volcanic eruption in Tonga could cause temporary cooling of Earth

    04:03
  • Doctor speaks about unexpectedly delivering baby on flight to Uganda

    04:35
  • Pennsylvania voters express concerns ahead of 2022 midterm elections

    04:48
  • Jury selection to begin in trial of three former officers charged in George Floyd’s death

    02:55
  • Biden vows ‘severe cost and significant harm’ if Russia invades Ukraine

    05:43
  • Biden faces low approvals rating following wide-ranging news conference

    04:41
  • Mattel honors Ida B. Wells in Barbie 'Inspiring Women Series’

    06:31
  • Women’s basketball trailblazer Lusia Harris passes at age 66

    02:20

British PM Boris Johnson facing calls to resign for 2020 party

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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologizes before Parliament for attending a party in May 2020 at the height of the pandemic when gatherings were forbidden. NBC News’ Matt Bradley reports why his own party is calling for Johnson to step down.