The CDC was damaged by marginalization and politicization. This is how Biden can fix it.
It won't be easy for Dr. Rochelle Walensky to re-establish trust, both with our public servants and the public at large. But the CDC's work requires it.
What we know about the people arrested after the Capitol riots
Some of the people who were arrested recorded themselves committing the acts for which they are being charged.
FBI, NYPD told Capitol Police about possibility of violence before riot, senior officials say
The FBI visited more than a dozen extremists before the rally last week to urge them not to travel to D.C., senior law enforcement officials said.
Inside the House chamber as the Capitol was overrun by an angry mob
NBC News congressional reporter Haley Talbot was inside when the violence and chaos started.
Republican AGs group sent robocalls urging march to the Capitol
“At 1 p.m., we will march to the Capitol building and call on Congress to stop the steal,” said the voice on the recording, which was obtained by NBC News.
Speaker Pelosi called military chief about 'unhinged' Trump's access to nuclear launch codes
Pelosi has called for Trump to immediately be removed from office after his supporters stormed the Capitol on Wednesday.
Man with foot up on desk in Pelosi's office at Capitol arrested
Images apparently showing Richard Barnett of Arkansas in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office became emblematic of the mayhem that tore across the U.S. Capitol.
Woman killed in Capitol was Trump supporter who embraced conspiracy theories
Social media profiles connected to Ashli Babbitt were almost singularly focused on radical conservative topics and conspiracy theories.
Over 100 lawmakers are calling for President Trump's removal. Here's who they are
Only one Republican has so far joined the call to remove or impeach Trump after Wednesday's riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Capitol Police chief resigning amid criticism over pro-Trump mob
The announcement comes just after the head of the department's union called for a "change at the top."
Trump administration officially says huge hack was likely a Russian espionage operation
The statement from the CIA, FBI, NSA, DHS and ODNI comes after Trump cast doubt on a Russian origin for the hack, saying it might be China.
New York becomes fourth state to record 1 million Covid-19 cases, more than 350,000 people have died from the coronavirus
As of Saturday, New York had 1,014,044 confirmed cases, according to NBC News counts. California remains at the top of the list with 2.3 million confirmed cases, the most of any state in the country. Los Angeles County alone has reported about 806,210 cases as of Saturday, according to public health officials. Florida and Texas have 1.3 million cases and 1.7 million cases, respectively. Also on Saturday, the U.S. reported more than 350,000 coronavirus-related deaths.
Sen. David Perdue, facing tight runoff in Georgia, will quarantine after close Covid contact
Perdue was scheduled to rally with President Donald Trump in Georgia ahead of the runoffs that will decide control of the Senate.
As Supreme Court reconsiders Jim Crow-era split juries, past cases could earn new trials
"If the gold standard for American constitutional law is a trial by your peers with a unanimous verdict, then Louisianans have been getting a substandard American experience."
Capitol Hill leaders make progress on Covid relief price tag, but policy disputes linger
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Trump ally, says he has "never been more hopeful that we'll get a bill."
Biden predicted a GOP 'epiphany' after the election. Trump's standing in the way.
President-elect Joe Biden predicted that Republicans would have an "epiphany" after President Donald Trump lost. Three weeks after the election, there's no sign of it.
2 missing boys. 2 different outcomes. And questions about Amber Alerts.
"You can either do it when you shouldn’t or not do it when you should," one expert said. "There’s no perfect science to know when it’s right. It’s always a judgment call."
As Covid-19 cases surge, Congress sounds pessimistic about a new relief package
"I'm kind of discouraged, frankly, right now," Sen. John Cornyn of Texas said.
70% of Asian Americans support affirmative action. Here's why misconceptions persist.
With the Harvard affirmative action case a step closer to the Supreme Court, Asian American activists say much of their work involves dispelling myths about affirmative action's impacts.
Supreme Court Justice Alito's Federalist Society speech shows how political the court will get
One of the Supreme Court's leading conservatives openly joined the culture wars, and clearly telegraphed his intentions now that he's in the majority.
Suspects in Ahmaud Arbery murder case denied bail in Georgia
Travis and Gregory McMichael must remain behind bars, a judge ruled, following a lengthy hearing.
Asian Americans are growing fastest in Nevada. Here's how they voted.
In Nevada, observers say, Filipino Americans illustrate the complexity of — and the need for nuance in — voter outreach efforts.
Clinching victory, President-elect Biden declares 'time to heal in America'
In his first speech as president-elect, Biden promised to be the leader of "the whole people" and outlined an agenda for his first term.
Here's what happened when NBC News tried to report on the alleged Hunter Biden emails
Analysis: Trump complains the media isn't reporting on Hunter Biden's emails. But NBC News met obstacles, including Rudy Giuliani, when it tried.
How a fake persona laid the groundwork for a Hunter Biden conspiracy deluge
A 64-page document that was later disseminated by close associates of President Donald Trump appears to be the work of a fake "intelligence firm."
One battleground state, two rallies — and radically different versions of reality
Trump and Harris held dueling campaign events in the Phoenix area, but voters could be forgiven for thinking the rallies were held in different universes.
Judge says Justice Department cannot defend Trump in E. Jean Carroll rape defamation suit
The DOJ tried to represent Trump in a defamation lawsuit brought by E. Jean Carroll, a writer who has claimed that he sexually assaulted her in the 1990s.
GOP bets Democrats won't expand Supreme Court. Progressives say: Call their bluff.
Progressives saw Mitch McConnell's recent comments that Democrats “won’t be able to do much about [Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation] for a long time to come” as a dare.
Inside the campaign to 'pizzagate' Hunter Biden
Pizzagate-style rumors in 2016 were largely confined to far-right message boards. This year, they are reaching the mainstream with help from a website boosted by Trump.
Kentucky judge orders grand jury records unsealed in Breonna Taylor case
Jurors will now be able to speak publicly about the probe that led to charges against former Louisville police Det. Brett Hankison related to the fatal shooting of Taylor.
Amazon Ring call center workers in Philippines 'scared' to go to work during pandemic
Workers at the call center say that six months after they first complained, things have only gotten worse.
Appeals court OKs Texas governor's order to limit drop off locations for absentee ballots
Democrats and voting rights groups said that the Oct. 1 order amounted to voter suppression. A U.S. federal appeals court panel on Monday upheld Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s order to shut down dozens of mail ballot drop-off sites weeks before November’s election. The three judges listed in the ruling were appointed by President Donald Trump.
Pelosi to introduce legislation related to the 25th Amendment
The 25th Amendment outlines the transfer of power to the vice president if a president is removed, incapacitated or dies.
Nobel Prize in chemistry awarded to scientists Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier for pioneering genome research
The genetic editing technique has contributed to new cancer therapies and has the potential to be used in curing inheritable diseases.
Derek Chauvin, ex-officer charged with murder in George Floyd case, released on $1M bond
He was released Wednesday on a conditional release and is expected to appear in court in March of next year.
11 Positive Coronavirus Tests Traced To Presidential Debate, Cleveland Officials Say
The city's announcement came shortly after the Cleveland Clinic said there was a "low risk of exposure to" debate attendees.
Internal Document Shows Trump Officials Were Told To Make Comments Sympathetic To Kyle Rittenhouse
In prepping DHS officials for questions about Rittenhouse, the document suggests they say he took a gun to Kenosha "to help defend small business owners."
Most Voters Say Trump-Biden Debates Won't Move Them. But Here's Why They Could Matter.
The first faceoff Tuesday features two septuagenarians prone to verbal stumbles and seeing them side by side could affect voter perceptions.
Trump Tax Records Show Duplicity. That's Devastating For His Campaign.
Analysis: The New York Times report comes at a time when Trump is already on the defensive about his trustworthiness. That's bad positioning for victory.
DHS Awarded $6 Million In Contracts To Firm Where Acting Secretary Wolf's Wife Is Executive
A Homeland Security spokesperson said Wolf was unaware of the contracts until contacted by the media. Wolf's Senate confirmation hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.
Trump On Peaceful Transition If He Loses: 'Get Rid Of The Ballots' And 'there Won't Be A Transfer'
"We're going to have to see what happens," Trump said. "You know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots, and the ballots are a disaster."