From The Last Word:
A man walking near a military barracks in south London on Wednesday was hacked to death by two assailants in a brutal and bloody attack that raised fears of terrorism.
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From Andrea Mitchell Reports:
A sergeant and decorated Iraq War veteran on-staff at the prestigious U.S. Military Academy at West Point is accused of secretly video taping female cadets in the Academy’s showers, locker rooms, and bathrooms.
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From The Daily Rundown:
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bipartisan immigration reform bill on Tuesday evening, ushering through to the full Senate a bill that would provide a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants.
The measure moved only after a controversial amendment that would have allowed same-sex couples to petition for legal status for a spouse or partner was dropped after Republicans made it clear they would not support the bill if the provision was included.
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From All In:
“You don’t go into teaching for the money,” Oklahoma Education Association president Linda Hampton told MSNBC Tuesday. ”You go into teaching because you care about the kids. You spend more of your waking hours as a teacher with those children than anyone does, and they become your children. And just like any parent, you’re going to protect them at all costs.”
From Morning Joe:
We arrived in Moore, Okla. in the middle of the night. One of our senior producers, Jesse Rodriguez, located a position just outside the Moore Medical Center, across the street from what had been a quiet residential neighborhood yesterday morning. The storm had reduced it to rubble. - Mika Brzezinski
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Rescue crews continue to search for survivors under a fresh crop of poor weather raining down on the tornado-ravaged Oklahoma town of Moore Tuesday, with the toll of injured victims still on the rise.
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See more of msnbc.com’s coverage of the disaster in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma tornado disaster: How to help
The officials say to please donate blood, or send help via the Red Cross, Salvation Army, or several other organizations
We’ll bring every single resource out that we can. We’ve had offers from other governors across the nation. I’ve even had a phone call from President Obama who’s offering his prayers for the state. He’s also offered to do anything he can to speed up our federal assistance and any type of red tape that might be in our way and offer resources, too. — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, Oklahoma rescuers dig through tornado wreckage for survivors