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  • Bomb-sniffing dog is awarded Ukraine’s Medal of Honor

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  • Peter Moore, pioneering designer of Nike's Air Jordan, dies at 78

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  • McConnell meets with Zelenskyy, Ukraine wins Eurovision

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  • Hero passenger speaks out on landing plane with no experience: Exclusive

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  • NBC polls show stronger support for abortion rights, Chuck Todd says

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  • Biden on Buffalo shooting: ‘Hate must have no harbor’

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  • Official praises security guard who tried to stop shooter: ‘He is a hero’

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  • Buffalo shooting suspect was involved in prior incident at school

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  • Buffalo shooting: 10 killed in racially motivated supermarket attack

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  • Ukrainian group is favorited to win Eurovision song contest

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  • Driver meets good Samaritans who saved her life: ‘I am so grateful’

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  • Twins bring step-mom to tears with surprise adoption request

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  • First all-Black climbing team reaches summit of Mount Everest

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  • Selena Gomez and Post Malone hosting ‘SNL’ for their first time

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  • Fred Ward, ‘The Right Stuff,’ ‘Tremors,’ actor dies at 79

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  • Chris Rock on Will Smith slap: ‘I’m OK, if anybody was wondering’

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  • Biden’s promise for student loan forgiveness stirs controversy

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Brock Turner’s sentence is shockingly lenient, analyst says

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MSNBC’s Ari Melber says many comments attributed to the judge in Brock Turner’s sexual assault case suggest the jurist is being more sensitive to the person who committed the crime than to the victim of the crime.