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Vietnam War Army medic to receive Medal of Honor

Former Green Beret credited with saving dozens of lives during secret mission; Kristin Fisher sits down with Retired Army Capt. Gary Michael Rose

Stolen service dog returned to owner after three…

Canine discovered 1,700 miles from home identified with microchip.

Wrongful conviction no surprise to Kansas black…

The poor black community of Kansas City, Kansas, is outraged but not surprised by the official wrongdoing that led to the conviction of a man who spent 23 years in prison for a double murder he didn't commit

Tennessee church shooting suspect due in court…

The man accused of fatally shooting one person and wounding six others at a Tennessee church is slated for a court appearance

Police cases over 137-shot barrage unsettled 5…

Nearly five years after two unarmed black suspects died in a 137-shot barrage of Cleveland police gunfire, five officers fired for their roles are set to return to duty this week after an arbitrator reinstated their jobs

Czechs to make memorial at ex-Nazi Roma…

The Czech government will buy a pig farm now on the site of a former Nazi concentration camp and replace it with a memorial

Judge: Jury must decide if handcuffed man killed himself

A federal judge in Louisiana has ruled a jury must decide whether the shooting death of a handcuffed man in the rear of a patrol car was a suicide, accident or "at the hand of a sheriff's deputy."

See How Trump’s Border Wall Prototypes Are Taki…

NBC News’ Jacob Soboroff takes a look at how President Trump's border wall prototypes are taking shape on the U.S.-Mexico border, just east of Sand Diego, California.

Apple sued over Animojis, Bitcoin climbs past…

In today's biggest tech news, Apple faces a lawsuit over its animated emojis, Bitcoin reaches an all-time high and the Essential Phone gets a price cut.

Fighting a deadly banana disease

Scientists in Australia are using genetic engineering to try and save the world's banana industry.

The New York Times - Scenes From a D.E.A. Drug…

From The New York Times: This surveillance footage, which is being published for the first time, shows what happened in 2012 when four civilians were killed during a drug interdiction operation carried out by the D.E.A. and local law enforcement. Mattathias Schwartz, a journalist working with ProPublica, narrates as two boats collide and gunfire erupts.By: By NATALIE RENEAU and MATTATHIAS SCHWARTZ. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2gZUpZW

China Creates 'Database of Voices' to Boost…

The Chinese government has collected tens of thousands of "voice pattern" samples from targeted citizens and is inputting them into a national voice biometric database

What the midterms may hold for Democrats

If House Republicans fail to pass a tax package then the midterms will be 'really bad,' according to Trump. The panel discusses the impact Trump has on GOP and Democrats in the midterms.

Matthews: 50 years ago, the march on the Pentagon

Chris was there for the march with a crowd of over 70,000 protesting the war in Vietnam.

Graham: Terrorism Fight in Africa Will Go on for…

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) speak with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press. Thomas Friedman, Helene Cooper, Robert Costa and Danielle Pletka join the panel. Female Senators tell their personal stories of harassment in the work place.

This is Why We Like Being Scared

As weird as it sounds, being frightened makes some people feel better. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

WH: Trump likely not to visit Korea's DMZ during Asia trip

President Donald Trump is not currently planning to visit the militarized border between North and South Korea known as the DMZ when he visits Asia next month

Police: 2 children wounded in weekend shooting in Louisiana

Police say a shooting in Louisiana has injured two children

Amazon says it received 238 proposals for 2nd…

Amazon says it received 238 proposals from cities and regions hoping to be the home of the company's second headquarters

Former NY Assembly ethics official: Job was 'waste of money'

Former Colorado public ethics official hired by the New York state Assembly in the wake of a speaker scandal says Albany job was 'a waste of money'

Another Hollywood Figure Is Facing Dozens Of…

In the wake of allegations against Harvey Weinstein, 38 women say director and screenwriter James Toback sexually harassed and assaulted them.

World mayors pledge emissions-free cities by 2030

The mayors of London, Los Angeles, Paris and several other major world cities are pledging to ban gasoline and diesel vehicles from "large parts" of their cities by 2030

Conflicting accounts of what happened during…

Lucas Tomlinson on the latest in the investigation.