Video: NCAA making sure its athletes are healthy

April 17: After UCONN’s star player, Shabazz Napier, said in an interview that he sometimes goes to bed hungry because he cannot afford food, the NCAA vowed to help its players remain well-fed. Sports Illustrated assistant managing editor, Kostya Kennedy, joins Tamron Hall to discuss the latest in collegiate athletics.   (Other)After UCONN’s star player, Shabazz Napier, said in an interview that he sometimes goes to bed hungry because he cannot afford food, the NCAA vowed to help its players remain well-fed. Sports Illustrated assistant managing editor, Kostya Kennedy, joins Tamron Hall to discuss the latest in collegiate athletics.   (NewsNation)

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Video: Former UN leader issues rare apology

April 17: Colin Keating, former president of the UN Security Council and New Zealand Ambassador, apologized Wednesday for the lack of UN involvement in the Rwandan genocide. Jeannette Kagame, the current First Lady of Rwanda, and activist and actress, Grace Hightower De Niro, join Tamron Hall to discuss empowering women in Rwanda. (Other)Colin Keating, former president of the UN Security Council and New Zealand Ambassador, apologized Wednesday for the lack of UN involvement in the Rwandan genocide. Jeannette Kagame, the current First Lady of Rwanda, and activist and actress, Grace Hightower De Niro, join Tamron Hall to discuss empowering women in Rwanda. (NewsNation)

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Video: Tragedy motivated Boston runner

April 16: Rob Sutfin, who is running the Boston Marathon again, explains why he chose to participate when he originally had second thoughts because of the grueling training he would have to endure. Sutfin said the tragedy made him rethink his original decision.  (Other)Rob Sutfin, who is running the Boston Marathon again, explains why he chose to participate when he originally had second thoughts because of the grueling training he would have to endure. Sutfin said the tragedy made him rethink his original decision. (NewsNation)

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Video: Is Twitter the newest security threat?

April 15: After a 14 year-old girl was arrested in the Netherlands for a tweet to American Airlines threatening a sort of terror attack, social media is teaching an important lesson about reckless conversations on the Internet. Chris Dessi, CEO of Silverback Social, joins Tamron Hall to discuss the new implications that come with social media. (Other)After a 14 year-old girl was arrested in the Netherlands for a tweet to American Airlines threatening a sort of terror attack, social media is teaching an important lesson about reckless conversations on the Internet. Chris Dessi, CEO of Silverback Social, joins Tamron Hall to discuss the new implications that come with social media. (NewsNation)

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