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Supreme Court hands Trump major defeat on financial records

In separate rulings, Supreme Court justices rule President Trump's financial records must be handed over to New York prosecutors and aren't immune from Congressional subpoena. NBC's Susan McGinnis reports.

(NBC News) — The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a pair of landmark rulings Thursday and a defeat for President Trump. The court found he cannot ignore subpoenas from a Manhattan prosecutor and Congressional investigators. The court rejected the president’s claims that his office gives him total immunity to legal scrutiny, ruling in one case he must turn over tax and…

Stray bullet strikes child’s bed

Celebratory July 4th gunfire nearly ends in tragedy for one Virginia Beach family. WAVY's Geena Arevalo reports.

(WAVY/NBC News) — A Virginia Beach mother says her children came within inches from tragedy in the early hours of July 5th. A stray bullet landed in the bedroom where her children were sleeping. Julie Johnson said she woke up to her young daughter frantically calling for her just before 2 a.m. Sunday morning. “She was banging on the door…

Newly Obtained Video Shows Moments After Breonna Taylor Shooting

Cell phone video shot by neighbor shows Kenneth Walker, Taylor's boyfriend, telling officers he didn't know who'd entered his apartment after the deadly shooting. WAVE's Natalia Martinez reports.

(WAVE/NBC News) — Newly released video that shows the moments after the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. The cellphone videos obtained by NBC affiliate WAVE pick up a short time after Taylor was killed and Louisville Metro Police Department Officer Jon Mattingly was shot in the leg by her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker. The March 13 incident was one of several…

FDA: Florida church sold fake coronavirus cure

Agents raid "Genesis II Church of Health and Healing" after toxic "Miracle Mineral Solution" was marketed as a cure for COVID-19. SNN's Samantha Sonner reports.

(SNN/NBC News) A Florida man and his three sons are facing federal charges after they allegedly sold a bleach-like chemical mixture as a miracle cure for coronavirus and other diseases. Federal authorities on Wednesday confiscated large barrels and containers of the substance marketed as “Miracle Mineral Solution.” The mixture was sold nationwide through the Genesis II Church of Health and…

Family Demands Body Camera Footage From Phoenix Police Shooting

James Garcia was shot to death during a confrontation with police over the weekend after officers say he brandished a gun while inside his car. NBC's Dan Scheneman reports.

PHOENIX, Ariz. (NBC News) — The family of a Phoenix, Arizona man shot to death during a confrontation with police is calling for the release of all body camera footage from incident. James Garcia was killed July 4th while sitting in a parked car. It’s not clear what happened before the shots. A bystander captured the shooting on video, but…

White House To Issue School Opening Guidelines

President Trump warns he will withhold funding if schools don't open in the fall; experts express serious concerns over safety. NBC's Alice Barr reports.

(NBC News) — With coronavirus cases surging in hotspots around the nation and many hospitals at or near capacity, health officials are urging Americans to follow safety precautions to stop the spread. At the same time, a different message is coming from the White House. “We believe the takeaway from this for every American, particularly in those states that are…

Colleges & Covid-19: Preparing for fall semester

Colleges and universities are wrestling with how to resume classes amid the coronavirus pandemic. NBC's Sarah Dallof reports.

(NBC News) — Colleges and universities are making tough decisions about what fall semesters will look like. Will they continue classes remotely, or bring students back to campus? And if they do opt for in-person learning, how will they protect the community from coronavirus outbreaks? Tulane University is offering their preview of the school’s new normal amid the pandemic. “It’s…

Trump threatens funding if schools don’t reopen

The president said Wednesday CDC guidelines for reopening schools are "tough," "expensive" and "impractical," and threatened he may "cut off funding" if classrooms aren't reopened. NBC's Susan McGinnis reports.

  (NBC News) — With coronavirus cases surging in hotspots around the nation and many hospitals at or near capacity, health officials are urging Americans to follow safety precautions to stop the spread. At the same time, a different message is coming from the White House. “We believe the takeaway from this for every American, particularly in those states that…

Good Samaritan Pulls Man From Fiery Crash

Matthew Beebe says he was compelled to turn around and help when he saw smoke rising from the crash. WOOD's Heather Walker reports.

(WOOD/NBC News) — A Good Samaritan says he was compelled to risk his own safety when he pulled a man from a fiery crash near Rothbury, Michigan on Monday. Matthew Beebe said he was driving home when he saw smoke and stopped. He said it’s a decision that saved two lives. It had started as a bad day. He headed…