Today's edition of quick hits.
NBC’s Steve Kornacki breaks down what to look for in the special election in Alabama tomorrow.
Nationally syndicated radio host, Hugh Hewitt and the National Review’s David French join MTP Daily to discuss what it means for the Republican Party if Roy Moore wins in Alabama tomorrow.
Law enforcement officials say the 27-year-old man who set off a pipe bomb in the New York City subway came to the U.S. from Bangladesh seven years ago. NBC's Katy Tur, Chris Jansing and National Security Analyst Clint Watts report.
In accordance with the court order, the Pentagon will begin to prepare accepting new recruits, including transgender individuals, into all four armed services. NBC’s Hans Nichols reports.
MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle and panel discuss the Alabama Senate Race.
Keaton Jones was bullied at his school and his mother posted a video of his impassioned plea of asking why do people bully each other? The video has since gone viral.
What the Trump administration released this morning isn't an analysis of tax legislation; it's a joke.
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Celebrity Chef Mario Batali has been accused of sexual misconduct. The time span of these allegations is at least two decades.