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NBC Sets Date for Megyn Kelly's Today Debut

NBC has finally set the date for Megyn Kelly's Today show debut. Kelly will officially join the morning show beginning Sept. 25. Kelly's segment will take over the 9 a.m. ET hour and feature a live studio audience, according to Politico. "She's one o… Read more

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Christie Cold Open
04:09 — New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (Bobby Moynihan) defends his decision to quarantine Nurse Kaci Hickox (Kate McKinnon) with his usual brand of brash (more…)
Can a Pill Help Alcoholics On the Road to Recovery?
01:04 — NBC News’ Craig Melvin reports on the latest approaches to treating alcoholism in the U.S. While experts have questioned rehab facilities' heavy relia (more…)
Maria Menounos Opens up About Her Brain Tumor Diagnosis, Mom’s Cancer
03:44 — In her first television interview since revealing a frightening medical diagnosis, television host Maria Menounos sits down with NBC’s Megyn Kelly to (more…)
‘I Was Unhittable:’ Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon Describes His Childhood Baseball Days
00:28 — Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon speaks to NBC News’ Harry Smith about his memories playing baseball as a kid. The report airs Sunday, July 23rd at 7/6 (more…)

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Sun Jul 23 7:00pm
Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly07-23-2017New(Season 1, Episode 7) NBC

Maria Menounos discusses her brain-tumor diagnosis in an interview with Megyn Kelly. Also: MLB manager Joe Maddon's attempt to reunite a divided town; and the latest approaches to treating alcoholism in the U.S.

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Wed Jul 26 8:00am
The Words That Built America HBOSGe

Documents written by the Founding Fathers—the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights—are read by living presidents and vice presidents, members of Congress, diplomats, celebrities and middle-school students from the U (more…)

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Fri Jul 28 8:05am
The Words That Built America HBOSGe

Documents written by the Founding Fathers—the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights—are read by living presidents and vice presidents, members of Congress, diplomats, celebrities and middle-school students from the U (more…)

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