• California Oct 11

    California Protects Reporters Covering Protests With New Law

    California will protect journalists from interference by police while covering civil protests

  • Facebook Jul 22, 2019

    Hong Kong Crisis Escalates After Mob Attack on Protesters

    An overnight attack by white-clad assailants apparently targeting pro-democracy protesters raised tensions to new levels in Hong Kong on Monday as China harshly criticized the weekend demonstration, saying “central authority cannot be challenged.” The Chinese rebuke came after its Hong Kong office was targeted Sunday night by protesters who pelted it with eggs and spray-painted its walls. It made no...

  • NBC Jun 28, 2019

    Impostor Targets NBC Bay Area Reporter

    A scammer stole the identity of NBC Bay Area reporter Bob Redell, posing as the Today in the Bay correspondent to con a Texas woman into helping him steal funds from a Michigan bank account.

  • NBC Mar 22, 2019

    Defrocked NJ Priest Who Molested Boys Now Teaches Kids English in Dominican Republic

    A former Roman Catholic priest who was defrocked and convicted of molesting two boys in New Jersey has found a new vocation in a new location — teaching children English at a private school in this resort town. The former priest, Hadmels DeFrias, 47, told the NBC News reporter who tracked him down that he is no longer a threat...

  • NBC Mar 22, 2019

    Defrocked NJ Priest Who Molested Boys Now Teaches Kids English in Dominican Republic

    A former Roman Catholic priest who was defrocked and convicted of molesting two boys in New Jersey has found a new vocation in a new location — teaching children English at a private school in this resort town. The former priest, Hadmels DeFrias, 47, told the NBC News reporter who tracked him down that he is no longer a threat...

  • Donald Trump Aug 23, 2018

    Sprinting NBC News Intern at Manafort Trial Does Andrea Mitchell Proud

    Even on a fast-paced day of breaking news, the sprinting intern in the blue dress stood out. Photos and video going viral on social media captured NBC News intern Cassie Semyon’s mad dash from a Virginia courthouse to deliver the news of Paul Manafort’s conviction on Tuesday. In a tweet punctuated by a “GoBlueDressGo” hashtag, Semyon thanked Associated Press photographer...

  • California Oct 13, 2017

    ‘Take Care, Sweetie': Leaving Home in a Fire Zone and Fearing it's a Final Goodbye

    Neighbors and strangers huddle along streets under siege by wildfires. We fix our worried stares on ridges encircling us, at billowing smoke and hope we don’t see the glow of flames. In the path of one of California’s deadliest blazes, talk is of wind direction, evacuations and goodbyes.

  • California Oct 13, 2017

    Leaving Home in a Fire Zone, Fearing It's a Final Goodbye

    Each time I turn the key to lock my front door, I think I might be leaving home for the last time. I’ve covered my share of stories about people fleeing catastrophes, but I’m living the life of a fire evacuee for the first time....
    “Take care, sweetie,” one woman said in my community on the edge of the small, rural,...

  • NBC Jun 2, 2017

    Putin: Syria Chemical Attack Was Provocation Against Assad

    Russian President Vladimir Putin insisted Friday that the Syrian leader didn’t use chemical weapons against his people, saying the recent attack that killed scores of civilians was a “provocation” against President Bashar Assad. Speaking at an economic forum in St. Petersburg on Friday, Putin made one of his strongest rejections of blaming Assad’s forces for the chemical attack in April....

  • NBC Jan 13, 2016

    El Chapo Sports Buzz Cut Behind Bars in New Mug Shot

    “El Chapo” is now sporting a buzz cut behind bars — and his macho mustache is gone....
    Joaquin Guzmán, the recently recaptured Sinaloa Cartel kingpin, got a complete makeover when he was returned to the maximum security Altiplano prison he broke out of last July, as his new mugshot made clear Tuesday. Meanwhile, more than a dozen Mexican police officers were...

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