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Ft. Hood Soldier gets 3 years for shooting friend in head to cure hiccups

A 27-year-old Fort Hood soldier on Thursday pleaded guilty to accidentally killing his friend while trying to cure a case of the hiccups. Spc. Patrick Edward Myers’ rank was reduced to private and he was sentenced to three and a half years in military prison, according to NBC News. Friends…

Watch live: Surgeons discuss soldier’s double-arm transplant

Surgeons at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore discuss Brendan Marrocco’s double-arm transplant operation, which came after he lost all four limbs in a 2009 bomb attack in Iraq. Watch live, broadcast via NBC News on Jan. 29. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy [Image…

Watch live: Obama nominates White to lead SEC

President Barack Obama to nominate former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Jan. 24. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Watch live: Panetta announces lifting of ban on women in combat

Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta announces the lifting of the military ban on women serving in combat. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Jan. 24. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Watch live: Congressional gun violence prevention task force holds hearing

Congressional Gun Violence Prevention Task Force holds a hearing; witnesses include sportsmen’s group, police, and NRA members. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Jan. 23. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Watch live: Secretary Clinton testifies at House hearing on Benghazi

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testifies before a House committee about the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Jan. 23. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Report: Gary Johnson to quit GOP race, run as Libertarian

Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson will drop out of the Republican presidential race and run for the Libertarian Party nomination, multiple reports said Tuesday. Both NBC News and Politico have confirmed that Johnson will announce his attentions during a press conference in Santa Fe next Wednesday. “I feel abandoned…

Reporters asked if they are U.S. citizens at Perry town hall

At a town hall event in New Hampshire Wednesday morning for Governor Rick Perry (R-TX), reporters have indicated that they were asked if they were U.S. citizens. According to CNN, member of the press were posed this by an employee for Granite State Manufacturing, a defense contractor hosting the town…

Clinton: GOP critics of Iraq withdraw should have criticized Bush

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pushed back on Republican critics — such as Lindsay Graham and John McCain — for slamming the Obama administration decision to pull all troops out of Iraq. On Meet The Press Sunday morning, the former New York senator told host David Gregory that GOP figures…

Anita Perry: GOP attacking husband ‘because of his faith’

Texas First Lady Anita Perry says that her husband is being persecuted by the media and the Republican establishment “because of his faith.” “It’s been a rough month,” Anita Perry told supporters at North Greenville University Thursday. “We’ve been brutalized, eaten up and chewed up in the press.” “After Rick…

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