04:49 — Counterterrorism Consultant Malcom Nance joins MSNBC's Tamron Hall to respond to the recent attacks in Paris and explains the history of ISIS.
02:22 — Mother Jones' David Corn joins MSNBC's Tamron Hall to examine how Donald Trump's supporters are responding to the David Duke controversy.
02:44 — MSNBC's Tamron Hall interviewed students at a University of New Hampshire watch party who declared that Bernie Sanders won the debate.
07:07 — MSNBC's Tamron Hall talks with Iowa Representative Steve King about Donald Trump’s attacks on Ted Cruz and the future of the Cruz campaign.
01:35 — TODAY contributor Jill Martin joins Al Roker and Tamron Hall with fantastic gift options for the home. Jill’s Steals and Deals include a beanbag chair (more…)
03:57 — Inspired by the classic Christmas comedy film “Elf,” TODAY contributor Jill Martin gets a hand from Santa’s New York City helpers for a special hour-l (more…)
03:11 — TODAY contributor Jill Martin joins Al Roker and Tamron Hall with fun gift options for the kids (or young-at-heart adults) on your holiday shopping li (more…)
02:04 — MSNBC's Kasie Hunt and MSNBC's Tamron Hall discuss the re-election of Nancy Pelosi as the House Democratic leader.
03:54 — President-elect Donald Trump plans to save nearly 1,000 jobs by making a deal with Carrier, but will that lead to lower wages for the employees?
03:18 — TODAY contributor Jill Martin joins Al Roker and Tamron Hall with stylish gift options for the fashionable women on your holiday shopping list.
02:50 — TODAY contributor Jill Martin joins Al Roker and Tamron Hall with awesome gift options for the cooks and food fanatics on your holiday shopping list.
03:17 — Tamron Hall and Al Roker go head to head in the trivia game “Who Knows the Bros?” (“Property Brothers” Jonathan and Drew Scott, that is).
03:56 — “Jackie” star Natalie Portman and director Pablo Larrain join Al Roker and Tamron Hall to discuss their new movie about first lady Jacqueline Kennedy.
02:42 — President-elect Donald Trump tweeted that he would leave his business to run the country full time. But will there be a conflict of interest? MSNBC's (more…)