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02/20/2018 07:32 AM
Harassed, hit on, fed up: Women in medicine want their #MeToo
In a months-long investigation, NBC News spoke with nearly a dozen women and experts who described widespread misconduct in hospitals and health care.

02/20/2018 06:54 PM
Inside the safest school in America
At Southwestern High School in Indiana, the classroom doors are bullet-resistant, cameras are everywhere, and the Sheriff's department -- only 10 miles away -- can track an intruder in real-time

02/21/2018 07:28 PM
Florida deputies will carry rifles on school grounds after Parkland shooting
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said Wednesday that deputies will carry rifles on school grounds "from this point forward."

02/21/2018 06:14 PM
Disney theatrical's Thomas Schumacher accused of harassment
Former employees have accused Thomas Schumacher, the president and producer of Disney Theatrical Productions, of harassment and inappropriate language.

02/21/2018 06:04 PM
FluMist will be back next year
Reformulated version of FluMist influenza vaccine wins approval from vaccine advisers

02/21/2018 04:42 PM
Debtors' prison: ACLU report details 'criminalization of private debt'
The campaign against 'modern day debtors prisons' broadens into the private debt collection industry

02/21/2018 04:26 PM
Thousands descend on Florida's Capitol for gun-reform rally
Thousands of students, activists and Floridians attended a #NeverAgain rally at the state's Capitol building one week after the worst mass shooting in a high school in U.S. history.

02/21/2018 03:52 PM
Teachers: How has the shooting changed your classrooms?
If you are an educator, NBC News wants to hear from you. What, if anything, have you done differently in your classrooms since the Parkland, Florida, shooting?

02/21/2018 03:12 PM
How the internet's conspiracy theorists turned Parkland students into 'crisis actors'
The speed with which these groundless claims spread point to a troubling digital ecosystem in the era of fake news.

02/21/2018 01:27 PM
Slew of state and local bills are targeting LGBTQ people
From a trans "bathroom bill" in Anchorage to "parody marriage" legislation in South Carolina, a number of new bills are causing LGBTQ advocates concern.

02/21/2018 01:24 PM
Billy Graham, pastor to presidents and the masses, dead at age 99
Evangelist Pastor Billy Graham, who boasted a career of more than 70 years and was one of the most admired men of the past century, has died at age 99, according to church sources.

02/21/2018 11:19 AM
Arizona couple arrested after adopted children found living in squalor
Benito Gutierrez, 69, and Carol Gutierrez, 64, were arrested after their adopted children were discovered living without access to food, water, lights, or a bathroom.

02/21/2018 09:37 AM
For nurses, sexual harassment from patients is 'par for the course'
The #MeToo movement has prompted nurses to stand up for themselves and put an end to what they describe as pervasive sexual harassment from their male patients.

02/21/2018 09:23 AM
Taxi to Canada: Migrants flee uncertainty in Trump's America
Cab drivers in Upstate New York compete for fares for those fleeing the US, shuttling riders north to an uncertain future in the hands of Canadian authorities.

02/21/2018 08:10 AM
Kratom blamed for salmonella outbreak
CDC says stay away from kratom for now

02/21/2018 08:09 AM
Low-fat? Low-carb? Either diet works the same
You can't game the system when it comes to weight loss

02/21/2018 06:39 AM
Every U.S. gold medal winner from the 2018 Winter Olympics
Mikaela Shiffrin won gold in the giant slalom Thursday, becoming the fifth U.S. gold medal winner, — the 101st U.S. gold medal in Winter Olympics history.

02/21/2018 02:55 AM
How the Parkland survivors became advocates for gun reform
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have become powerful gun reform advocates. Experts say it's because they've never known a world without mass shootings.

02/20/2018 11:19 PM
Lawyer who is oligarch's son-in-law pleads guilty in Russia probe
Alex van der Zwaan was charged Feb. 16 for making false statements about his communications with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates.

02/20/2018 09:59 PM
Suspect held in killings of homeless men in Las Vegas
Joshua Castellon was being held on a gun charge and police planned to charge him in the killings of two homeless men and the shootings of two others, which appear random.

02/20/2018 07:48 PM
Parkland students travel to Florida capital to push gun reform
About 100 students traveled by bus to Tallahassee on Tuesday to convince lawmakers to enact change after 17 people were killed in a mass shooting at a high school.

02/20/2018 06:40 PM
Parkland student gets posthumous West Point admission
Fifteen-year-old Peter Wang, who was killed while trying to help classmates escape from a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was posthumously accepted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Tuesday "for his heroic actions on Feb. 14, 2018."

02/20/2018 05:38 PM
Melania Trump conspicuously absent from magazine covers
There's a clear reluctance among editors to put themselves in the cross-hairs of the culture wars by featuring Melania, but it's not clear they could even if they wanted to.

02/20/2018 05:35 PM
'I was almost a school shooter': Colorado dad pens open letter
A Colorado father of four wrote an open letter Tuesday claiming that, as a troubled teen, the only thing that stopped him from carrying out his own bloodbath 30 years ago was his inability to get a gun.

02/20/2018 05:00 PM
Russian oligarch bankrolls lawsuit against Olympic doping whistleblower
Mikhail Prokhorov and three Russian biathletes who were banned from competition want to force doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov to testify under oath.



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