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    Nightly News Full Broadcast (July 5th)

    20:36
  • Highland Park shooting suspect left online trail of violent imagery

    04:13
  • Highland Park community grieves July Fourth tragedy

    01:56
  • Akron, Ohio protests continue over police shooting of Jayland Walker

    02:58
  • At least seven dead in Italian avalanche, more hikers still missing

    02:24
  • NBC News’ Lester Holt speaks to victims of Highland Park shooting

    04:27
  • As U.S. travel chaos begins to ease, European airports are facing summer passenger surges

    00:46
  • After the Highland Park shooting Lester Holt searches for perspective

    00:55
  • Highland Park July 4th parade shooting was weeks in the making, investigators reveal

    03:47
  • Brittney Griner pleads with President Biden to bring her home in handwritten letter

    01:34
  • Over a dozen mass shootings this July 4th weekend in the U.S.

    01:40
  • Suspect in Highland Park shooting faces seven first-degree murder charges

    08:15
  • Experts warn of cybersecurity vulnerabilities in implanted medical devices 

    04:01
  • U.S. braces for influx of people considering adoption following Roe v. Wade ruling

    05:22
  • MTP NOW July 5 — Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering; Guns on the ballot in November

    55:04
  • Highland Park mayor: ‘It was pure devastation’

    05:17
  • Police violence mars Pride event in Turkish capital

    01:16
  • Highland Park sheriff's office confirms 7th parade shooting death

    02:37
  • Boris Johnson faces pressure over accusations of lying

    02:07
  • Georgia grand jury issues subpoenas for Giuliani, Sen. Graham and John Eastman

    02:34

Sarkozy battles for his political future

02:31

President Sarkozy is locked in a TV debate right now, fighting to hold on to office. He's trailing his socialist rival Francois Hollande in the polls with four days to go to the final vote. Tonight's debate is really his last chance to claw back some support. From Paris, our European editor James Mates reports.