A new report shows that many of the officers on duty didn’t see fence jumper Omar Gonzalez when he entered the White House; one Secret Service canine handler wasn’t even listening to his two-way radio. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports.
A judge will decide whether NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell must testify at an appeal of Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension. The hearing could put Rice back on the field. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
President Obama will address the nation Thursday on issue of immigration reform, making good on a promise to sidestep Congress and take executive action. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
Tina Ament became the first blind American to complete the Ironman triathlon last weekend, describing her 16-hour competition as “the toughest race you will ever love.” NBC’s Peter Alexander reports.
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Shot on location in Yosemite National Park and featuring Michael Stipe and Henry Gibson, this IFC film is about a young man who sets out to save a historic railroad from failure. The film's lush cinematography was honored at Sundance and as the 1997 Spirit Award nominee for Cinematography. Director Christopher Munch was also the Spirit Award winner for the Someone to Watch Award.
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