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Thrust into Brexit spotlight, lawmakers fear for their safety as tensions mount

March 24, 2019

Prime Minister Theresa May blamed Parliament for the chaos in a televised address to the public last week. Read More

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Grindr turns 10: How a decade with GPS ‘dating’ apps changed us all

March 24, 2019

What Uber did for cars, so Grindr did for hooking up. A decade after its release, NBC Out reflects on the impact Grindr has had on the gay and bi community. Read More

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Tangled web: Cast of characters in the Mueller drama

March 24, 2019

There are a lot of players to keep track of in the special counsel probe. Here’s a guide. Read More

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Powerball jackpot now $750 million after no winning ticket drawn

March 24, 2019

The next drawing for what would be the fourth-largest jackpot in U.S. history is Wednesday. Read More

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Trump admin divided over how far to squeeze Iranian regime

March 24, 2019

Hard-liners in Congress are pushing for tougher action, saying the administration has to deliver on its rhetoric to cripple the Iranian economy. Read More

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Change the Electoral College? Look at Wyoming

March 24, 2019

One solution would be to work off an electoral-vote-per-population baseline. Read More

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Nadler: Executive privilege can’t be used to ‘hide wrongdoing’ in Mueller report

March 24, 2019

The House Judiciary chairman warned the White House that information underlying the Mueller report can’t be withheld. Read More

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‘We thought that was it’: Passengers airlifted to safety from stranded luxury cruise ship

March 24, 2019

“It was like what you see in the movies,” one passenger told NBC News. Read More

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Trump in ‘good spirits’; Mueller findings could be released Sunday

March 24, 2019

The president was at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, where he plans to remain for the rest of the weekend. Read More

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‘Meals under wheels’: More states make it legal to eat roadkill

March 24, 2019

Critics warn about the risks of diseased meat and worry that over-eager drivers may intentionally strike down animals. Read More

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