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Battleground Michigan

Trump won Michigan by fewer than 11,000 votes in 2016, fueled by support from frustrated auto workers who believed he would revive their industry. But now, that support hangs in the balance in this key battleground state. Dan Lieberman reports.

The pro-Trump kids of TikTok

Ricky Taylor is a 33-year-old influencer with almost 400,000 TikTok followers. He's part of a growing conservative community on the app that has formed an organized movement to push out a pro-Trump message. Antonia Hylton reports.

A different kind of mayor

Baltimore has been in the grip of crime and corruption for decades. 36-year-old Brandon Scott, poised to become the city's next mayor, thinks he can break the cycle. Why? Because he's seen Baltimore's problems firsthand. Valerie Castro reports.

Ballot counting chaos: Is Pennsylvania ready for election day?

A surge in mail-in ballots nearly swamped Pennsylvania's June primary. Now, election officials are fighting lawsuits and widespread confusion as they scramble to get ready for the general election in what might be the most critical battleground state. Dan Lieberman reports. Originally produced for Quibi by NBC News.

How Trump's border wall is becoming a reality

The president's critics like to point out that most of the wall he's built is just a replacement for barriers that were already there. That's a drastic under-selling of what's going on at the border. Jacob Soboroff reports. Originally produced for Quibi by NBC News.

Demanding justice on the streets of Louisville

This week Louisville braced as it waited for a grand jury to announce charges for three police officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s death. Hannah Drake, a local poet and mother, grappled with what it means to be Black and seek justice in Kentucky. Antonia Hylton reports.

The battle for benefits in a swing state

Pandemic-era unemployment benefits have been crucial for Erie, PA's unemployed manufacturing workers. But with the future of those payments hanging in the balance, voters already struggling to survive have a big choice in the coming election. Dan Lieberman reports.

Teachers fight to stay out of class

Alex Jallot has been a teacher in New York City for seven years. He's expected back in the classroom in less than four weeks, but he's worried about whether the city is doing enough to keep teachers like him safe. Antonia Hylton reports.

The Navajo Nation's fight for clean water

The Navajo Nation was ravaged by COVID-19, suffering more deaths per capita than any U.S. state. Now that they've received funding from the CARES Act, tribal leaders strive to attack the area's most dire problems, starting with access to running water.

On Chicago’s South Side, an organization called CRED is working to prevent gang violence. Terrance Henderson builds trust within the Roseland community through outreach, therapy, and job development for those most...
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How are Joe Biden and President Trump faring with Millennial and Gen Z voters? We have the details in an exclusive analysis of the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll for Quibi and NBC News.
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Wildfires out west have scorched millions of acres of land and displaced thousands. Scientists warn these fires will only worsen if climate change isn't addressed now. Steve Patterson reports.
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The question of how to send kids to school safely has been hanging over communities and families since the pandemic began. In Long Branch, New Jersey, public school officials grappled all summer with what it would...
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The death of Cornelius Frederick exposed growing concerns over the use of physical restraint on young people in residential facilities. NBC’s Kate Snow reports on the demands for a restraint-free standard of care across...
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An exclusive analysis from Quibi and NBC News shows how influential the youth vote will be during the 2020 election.
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The coronavirus pandemic has left many children with disabilities and special needs without critical therapy, leaving parents, like NBC News' Richard Engel, to worry about the implications. Originally produced by NBC...
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Aiming to stop COVID-19 from spreading, Oklahoma State has devised a system of monitoring and contact-tracing that tracks students nearly everywhere they go. Will it work? Morgan Chesky reports.
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Diana Trujillo is part of a NASA team that just launched a rover to Mars. Her journey to the U.S. as an immigrant before becoming an aerospace engineer was a feat of perseverance -- one she hopes inspires other women...
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The coronavirus pandemic has created a new form of private security business in the shape of mask compliance officers. Retailers follow scientific and government advice on face coverings but not everyone wants to...
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On Tuesday, Rep. Joe Kennedy, the grandson of RFK, will try to knock off incumbent Senator Ed Markey in the Massachusetts Democratic primary. As Antonia Hylton reports, the race hasn't gone quite the way he planned.
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Once upon a time, the political conventions were a big deal. More recently, they've become pageants. And this year, they went totally remote. NBC's Jacob Soboroff asks the obvious question: do we even need them?
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What fun is it being a delegate when the political conventions go totally remote? NBC's Morgan Chesky follows two Illinois delegates as they grapple with participating from the isolation of their own homes.
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Nyela Malone and her son have been searching for a permanent home in Chicago for years. But for Black families, even with a good education and careful savings, high levels of student loan debt can disqualify them from...
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Maine's economy relies heavily on tourism over the summer. But COVID-19 has put many Mainers in hospitality without work for months. Thousands are turning to new kinds of work in hopes that they can outlast the pandemic.
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When Ed Pierce survived COVID-19 after being on a ventilator for 36 days, doctors and nurses at Holy Name Medical Center celebrated a victory. But Ed soon realized the battle wasn't over, while doctors begin to learn...
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Michelle Fisher breaks down the differences between an executive order and an executive memorandum.
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The story of one EMS Captain as he leads his team through the worst days of the initial COVID-19 outbreak. We follow along as these brave first responders risk their own lives to save others and confront the worst...
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