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Sunday, September 25, 2022
On tonight’s broadcast: Florida bracing for a potential hurricane; Thousands of Russians fear President Putin’s new draft orders; Neighbors completely renovate the house of orphaned boys; and more.
Saturday, September 24, 2022
Post-Tropical cyclone Fiona causes chaos along Canada’s east coast, Thousands protest and flee Russia as Putin amended the country’s criminal code, and Latina entrepreneurs celebrate their roots through clothing.
Friday, September 23, 2022
Hurricane Fiona targeting Canada after battering Bermuda; Russian-occupied regions in Ukraine hold controversial votes on whether to join Russia; Death of Iranian woman arrested over dress code violation sparks protests; and more on tonight’s broadcast.
The Drink with Kate Snow: Walker Hayes
Walker Hayes discusses how he and his daughter’s TikTok dance to “Fancy Like” on their porch went viral. He tells NBC News’ Kate Snow how he battled challenges in his life as he built his career.
Presenting Into America: The Power of the Black Vote, part 2
With this year’s midterms more critical than ever, MSNBC correspondent Trymaine Lee is taking his podcast, Into America, to some of the country’s most prominent Historically Black Colleges and Universities in a special series “Into America: The Power of the Black Vote” to learn how the next generation of Black thinkers and doers are harnessing the power of Democracy to shape America’s future. Listen a preview of the second episode: “Knocking Out Student Loan Debt.” And head over to the Into America feed to follow and download the full series: https://link.chtbl.com/IA
Thursday, September 22, 2022
Puerto Rico recovering from Hurricane Fiona; New protests after Russia announces plans to draft 300,000 soldiers for war in Ukraine; DOJ can resume reviewing classified documents from Mar-a-Lago; and more on tonight’s broadcast.