The Rev. Franklin Graham joins Morning Joe to discuss if the president is or is not a Christian.
MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan continues the college leg of his 30 Million Jobs Tour and talks with West Point graduate Dan Nolan, a 26-year-old army veteran, about the possibility of putting vets to work on alternative energy projects.
Rachel Maddow highlights an effort by Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America to establish a national day of action for the nation as a whole to celebrate returning Iraq War veterans.
A video, shot from a helicopter shows a "splashdown" escape, in which suspected drug traffickers being pursued by authorities drive their truck into the Rio Grande river, where it forms the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas. They are then picked up with their cargo and ferried back to Mexico in rafts.
Sign outside Lakewood High School.
A group of students and parents pray for victims of a school shooting on the square in Chardon, Ohio, Tuesday.
Chardon High School student Jonathan Sylak talks to msnbc's Thomas Roberts about the terror at his school.
The disclosure that unidentified remains from the 9/11 attack were buried in a landfill was a small part of a larger report on problems at the military's mortuary at Dover, Del. NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports.
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'It's my report, but it's not the focus of the report,' retired Gen. John Abizaid, chairman of the review panel, insisted.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey clowns look on during Clown College Auditions held for the first time at in Vanderbilt Hall at New York's Grand Central Terminal on Feb. 28, 2012. The event marks the arrival of the circus in the Tri-State area.
Circus clowns look on during Clown College Auditions held for the first time at in Vanderbilt Hall at New York's Grand Central Terminal.
The parents of Army Lt. Peter Burks, who was killed in Iraq in 2007, are suing two dating sites for using their son's photo without permission in ads that say "Military Man Searching for Love." KXAS-TV's Ellen Goldberg reports.
LIVE VIDEO — Testimony resumes in the trial of a former Rutgers student accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate's intimate encounter with another man.
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Molly Wei testifies on Monday in a New Brunswick, N.J., courtroom.
A Connecticut couple returned home from vacation to find something unexpected in their bedroom: someone else's car. WVIT-TV's Ilana Gold reports.
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T.J. Lane, the suspect in Monday's shooting of five students at Chardon High School, is taken into juvenile court on Tuesday.
A preliminary hearing was held for T.J. Lane, the suspect in the school shooting in Chardon, Ohio. NBC's Jay Gray reports.
Students who know TJ Lane, the 17-year-old accused of killing three teens, said he had no emotion on his face when he was shooting. NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports.
Police have released the 911 calls made moments after a teen gunman opened fire at an Ohio school, killing three students and injuring two others. NBC's KevinTibbles reports.
Bob and Dina Parmentor, the parents of 16-year-old Danny Parmentor, who died when a teen gunman opened fire at his Ohio school, talk to TODAY's Ann Curry about the horrific event and their loss.
In rare situations, students who are isolated from their peers, and lose interest in activities they used to like doing, can sometimes become violent. NBC's Chris Jansing reports.
Terrified students turned to social media to console one another and find out more information. NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports.
Ian Sanborn and Travis Carver, who were both in the Chardon High School cafeteria when a teen gunman opened fire, talk to TODAY's Ann Curry about the harrowing experience.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio stands in front of a sign touting the number of inmates held at "Tent City" over 19 years.