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    Meet the Press NOW — March 4

    49:39
  • Biden campaign hopes investment in HBCUs will translate to electoral support in November

    03:30
  • Rep. Barbara Lee on what sets her apart from others in the California Senate primary

    06:27
  • Mississippi nightclub shooting leaves 1 dead, multiple injured

    00:46
  • Emotional Jason Kelce announces retirement from NFL

    02:12
  • Reward offered in shooting of Ohio postal carrier

    01:34
  • Video shows controversial arrest of Philadelphia official and husband

    01:51
  • Lawsuit claims 'constitutionally unreasonable' force in fatal Georgia police shooting

    02:10
  • Palestinian ambassador accuses Israel of using starvation as ‘method of war’

    02:26
  • Emotional Jason Kelce announces retirement from NFL

    02:47
  • Watch the ‘Quarantined Quartet’ musical family return to perform on Stay Tuned Now

    10:53
  • Trump reacts after Supreme Court rules he cannot be removed from state ballots

    00:55
  • More snow expected after blizzard hits California's Sierra Nevada mountains

    01:43
  • Special report: Supreme Court rules Trump cannot be removed from state ballots

    15:09
  • Trump praises Supreme Court ballot decision as a ‘Big win for America’

    01:56
  • Supreme Court rules Trump cannot be removed from any state ballot

    03:50
  • Apparent shark attack injures 11-year-old girl off Hawaii shore

    01:20
  • Distraught mom grieves the death of her twins in a Rafah airstrike

    00:52
  • Blizzard conditions continue to impact the Sierra Nevada range

    02:45
  • Indian police arrest 3 men suspected of gang-rape of tourist

    00:32

Dozens die in Kabul attack on holy day

02:43

A suicide bomber struck a crowd of Shiite worshippers who packed a Kabul, Afghanistan mosque Tuesday to mark a holy day, killing at least 56 people, and a second bombing in another city killed four more Shiites. NBC’s Atia Abawi reports from Kabul.