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    Nightly News Full Broadcast (January 16th)

    21:26
  • Honoring Betty White’s final legacy

    02:24
  • Schools push ahead despite Covid setbacks

    02:28
  • Novak Djokovic deported from Australia

    01:23
  • President Biden’s job agenda after one year in office

    02:30
  • Hospitals overwhelmed by Covid

    02:13
  • Texas Synagogue hostages rescued

    02:40
  • Severe winter weather hitting the Southeast

    02:10
  • Tonga volcano’s scale revealed in satellite images

    00:43
  • Jan 16 — Sen. Romney, Rep. Clyburn, James Carville

    58:54
  • MTP Compressed: Stalled agenda, Russia tensions cap Biden’s rough first year

    02:40
  • Romney: The White House never called me about voting rights

    01:23
  • Romney: U.S. must support Ukraine insurgency if Putin enters country

    02:00
  • Omicron surge hasn’t hit rural communities … yet

    02:05
  • Full Panel: Biden says, 'we missed this time' after losing filibuster fight

    07:46
  • 'Democrats whine too much': Democratic strategist James Carville says as independents drift away from the party 

    01:51
  • Full Romney Interview: 'The president needs to stop and reset'

    11:19
  • Clyburn to colleagues against amending rules: 'I don't think you're on the right side of history'

    02:58
  • Full James Carville: Advice for Democrats, ‘You gloat and you promote’

    05:17
  • Full Clyburn: 'It may look bleak now, but we are going to keep pressing' on voting rights

    07:40

The Death Zone: Increasingly deadly world of extreme skiing

09:10

The trails of Squaw Valley, Calif. are the unofficial home of North America's greatest extreme skiers. Shane McConkey was considered one of the most influential skiers. However, on March 26, 2009, the 39-year-old's luck ran out. McConkey sailed off a 1,300-foot cliff in Italy’s Dolomite Alps and had trouble releasing his bindings. By the time he opened his parachute it was too late. Three years later, Rock Center correspondent Natalie Morales met up with McConkey's wife, Sherry, and friend J.T. Holmes, to investigate a cluster of deaths in an extraordinary ski community tucked high in the mountains of the Sierra Nevada.