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Sunday, Nov 19

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'You are not forgotten': Lin-Manuel Miranda, thousands march for Puerto Rico

NBC News / News

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Rita Moreno were among the thousands who marched from the Capitol to the National Mall to demand more recovery help for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda calls for debt forgiveness

NBC News / News

In an interview with MSNBC, "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda condemns the Trump administration for prolonging the crisis in Puerto Rico following Maria.

19

How to survive Thanksgiving when politics loom large

NBC News / U.S.

If the first Thanksgiving after the election was tense, experts say this year's holiday will be even worse. Here's how to navigate your family's gathering.

13

CTE transformed ex-NFL star into 'other person'

NBC News

Brain scan technology offers hope deadly CTE can be diagnosed in time to help living NFL veterans, and their families, cope with the diagnosis.

11

Colleges are suspending Greek life. Don't expect the ban to last.

NBC News / News

At least four universities have banned campus Greek life following hazing accusations and alcohol-related deaths. But experts say Greek life is too valuable to lose.

05

Head of Strategic Command says illegal nuke order can be refused

NBC News / News

Air Force Gen. John Hyten told a panel that any illegal nuclear launch order made by a president can be refused, and he would refuse any illegal order.

Saturday, Nov 18

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David Cassidy hospitalized with organ failure

The 67-year-old 'Partridge Family' star was rushed to a hospital this week, and is conscious and surrounded by family and friends, a rep said.

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New ad targets Collins on tax bill

NBC News

A liberal group is planning a million-dollar ad buy to encourage Senate Republicans to vote against the tax bill. First up: Sen. Susan Collins of Maine.

LAPD reviews two dozen sex crime cases tied to Hollywood

NBC News

The cases involve individuals who are known publicly as well as others who have not yet been identified, said an LAPD senior department official.

20

Navy destroyer sustains minor damage from Japanese tugboat

NBC News / U.S.

No one was injured on either vessel and an initial assessment of the damage showed that the destroyer only sustained minimal damage including scrapes.

18

Experts warn against connecting mental illness and mass shootings

NBC News

A report published by the APA says that fewer than 1 percent of firearm homicides are committed by a person diagnosed with a mental illness.

'Who?' LaVar Ball dismisses Trump's role in son's release

NBC News / News

'Who?' Ball told ESPN, when asked what role the president played in brokering his son's freedom. 'What was he over there for? Don't tell me nothing.'

Malcolm Young of rock band AC/DC dies at 64

NBC News / News

The co-founder of Australian heavy metal band AC/ DC, Malcolm Young, has died. He had been in ill-health for several years.

17

U.S. Navy grounds air crew after vulgar sky drawing

NBC News / News

Officials for Naval Air Station Whidbey Island called it 'unacceptable and antithetical' to Navy values after a plane drew vulgar sky writings this week.

14

Museum of the Bible opens with celebration amid cynicism

NBC News / U.S.

During a dedication ceremony Friday, museum officials couldn't overlook some of the questions that have engulfed it since construction began in 2015.

13

U.S. threatens to close Palestinians' D.C. office amid renewed peace push

NBC News / News

The State Department threatened Friday to close the Palestinians' Washington office unless they enter into direct, meaningful negotiations with Israel.

10

The new star of Iraq's national basketball team is American

NBC News

DeMario Mayfield moved to Baghdad seeking redemption two years ago after his hoop dreams were left in tatters by a run-in with the law.

07

Keystone operator says oil pipeline leak controlled

NBC News / News

TransCanada Corp. said that a leak that spilled more than 200,000 gallons of oil is controlled, but critics pointed to it as a reason to oppose Keystone XL.

03

Trump says 'trophy decision on hold' after elephant ban lifted

NBC News / U.S.

President Trump tweeted Friday "Put big game trophy decision on hold" pending a review, after an agency reversed a ban on importation of elephant trophies.

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A Panama tower that has Trump's name is tied to organized crime

NBC News

An NBC News investigation found that President Trump profited from licensing his name to a hotel and condo complex with ties to money launderers and drug cartels.

Ohio State University suspends most of its fraternities

NBC News / News

The school is investigating nearly a third of its Interfraternity Council chapters for possible violations of the Code of Student Conduct. A spokesman for the university told the student newspaper that most of these 11 investigations…

Friday, Nov 17

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Kushner failed to disclose outreach from Putin ally to Trump campaign

NBC News / U.S.

The Russian invitation to the Trump campaign that the Senate says Jared Kushner didn't disclose involved a Russian banker accused of links to organized crime.

Roy Moore says signature is a forgery, experts say not so fast

NBC News / News

One expert said that anybody who would issue a judgment based on the available evidence is a fraud.

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Editors' choice: The best pictures of the week

NBC News / U.S.

Trump takes a sip, earthquake shakes Iran, Italy falls short and more.

22

Gubernatorial candidate claims he was 'intimate' with '50 very attractive females'

NBC News / News

Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill, a Democratic candidate for governor, opened up about his sexual history on his Facebook page.

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Why reversal of the elephant trophy ban comes at an odd time

NBC News / News

Wildlife advocates were critical of the timing of the decision, which applies to Zimbabwe, a country currently in political upheaval.

20

Rev. Jesse Jackson reveals he has Parkinson's

NBC News / News

Prominent civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, he announced Friday.

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Brit who helped set up Trump Tower meeting ready to meet Mueller

NBC News

Rob Goldstone, the music publicist who contacted Donald Trump Jr. and helped set up a 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russians, is willing to talk to Mueller.

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Mueller subpoenas Trump campaign for Russia documents

NBC News

The Trump campaign had already provided thousands of documents to special counsel Mueller voluntarily.

14

Tambor accused of sex harassment by 'Transparent' actor

NBC News / News

'Transparent' star Jeffrey Tambor has been accused of sexually harassing Trace Lysette.