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    Nightly News Full Broadcast (April 15th)

    18:26
  • Video shows truck trying to tow car with driver inside

    02:26
  • FBI launches investigation into Baltimore bridge collapse

    02:14
  • Bishop stabbed while delivering sermon in Australia church

    02:17
  • Indiana Fever selects Caitlin Clark as No. 1 WNBA draft pick

    03:42
  • Two bodies found in Oklahoma are believed to be missing Kansas women

    01:42
  • Video shows men damaging ancient rocks in national park

    01:46
  • Atlantic City mayor and his wife accused of abusing teen daughter

    02:26
  • White House tries to prevent a wider war in the Mideast

    02:01
  • Israel's military vows military response after Iran attack

    02:59
  • Caitlin Clark talks about her WNBA dream

    01:52
  • Trump faces political risks as trial begins

    00:53
  • Jury selection begins in Trump's hush money trial

    02:54
  • Supreme Court allows Idaho ban on gender affirming care for transgender minors

    01:20
  • Meet the Press NOW — April 15

    53:01
  • Trump calls hush money trial a ‘scam’ at end of first day

    04:44
  • House Speaker Mike Johnson weighs options with foreign aid bill

    03:34
  • Iranian strikes were meant as a ‘cease and desist message’ to Israel, says Middle East expert

    08:30

Teen executed in 1944 may have been innocent

03:03

George Stinney, Jr. was 14 years old when South Carolina executed him in 1944, making him the youngest person executed in the U.S. in the 20th century. He was convicted of murdering two girls. Now there's a move to clear his name. NBC’s Mark Potter reports.