• TODAY.com Jan 11

    Once a TODAY Intern, Kristen Welker Now Anchors Weekend TODAY

    Kristen Welker took her first step toward pursuing her dream of being a journalist when she became an NBC intern for TODAY more than 20 years ago. She has now gone from behind the scenes to center stage after being named co-anchor of Weekend TODAY with her good friend and fellow NBC News White House correspondent Peter Alexander, who joined the...

  • Joe Biden Nov 21, 2019

    Recap: The 5th Democratic Presidential Debate

    Ten candidates were on stage Wednesday night for the fifth Democratic presidential primary debate, co-hosted by MSNBC and the Washington Post from Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta.

  • Jamie Ratliff Jun 11, 2019

    New Haven School Board Tables Plan to Cut Teaching Positions

    Monday night students, parents, and teachers packed the New Haven Board of Education meeting and spoke out against cutting teaching positions.

  • Donald Trump Jun 11, 2019

    ‘One American Flag Flies': Pence Defends Barring Pride Flags on U.S. Embassy Flagpoles

    Vice President Mike Pence voiced support Monday for the Trump administration’s move to prohibit U.S. embassies from flying the rainbow pride flag on their flagpoles during LGBTQ Pride Month, telling NBC News that “it’s the right decision.” In an interview with White House correspondent Kristen Welker, Pence confirmed an exclusive report from NBC News that said the U.S. Department of...

  • NBC Feb 9, 2018

    Rob Porter Ex-Wife: He Was ‘Verbally and Emotionally Abusive'

    Jennifer Willoughby, an ex-wife of former White House staff secretary Rob Porter, told NBC News on Friday that “shame” once kept her from coming forward with allegations of spousal abuse. But telling her story in recent days has been “really cathartic,” she said. “I think anybody who has been in a toxic or abusive relationship recognizes that, [to] some degree,...

  • Donald Trump Jul 28, 2017

    White House Aide's Tirade Tests Editors and Producers: Analysis

    A presidential aide’s explosion of profanity while talking to a reporter about his new White House colleagues tested newsroom leaders Thursday, forcing decisions about whether to use the graphic language or leave much of what he said to the imagination of readers and viewers. Anthony Scaramucci, the incoming White House communications director, aimed his tirade at chief of staff Reince...

  • Donald Trump Mar 8, 2017

    NBC Chief to Trump: We Won't Be Intimidated

    The chief of NBC News has a message for President Donald Trump: We’re not going to be intimidated. NBC News Chairman Andrew Lack said on Tuesday that the president’s attacks on some media outlets won’t deter his organization from doing its job. NBC News was one of the organizations specifically cited by Trump last month in his tweet about the...

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