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How to Watch the Democratic Town Hall on MSNBC

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Take Stage in Las Vegas for MSNBC Town Hall by NBC NEWS POLITICAL UNIT Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders take the stage Thursday night in town hall-style, question-and-answer sessions to be moderated by NBC News’ Chuck Todd and MSNBC anchor Jose Diaz-Balart. The debate airs live on MSNBC, beginning at 9 p.m. ET from Las Vegas, Nevada. LIVE BLOG: LAS VEGAS TOWN HALL 13 MINUTES AGO How to Watch the Democratic Town Hall on MSNBC On Thursday night, from 9-11 p.m. ET, Jose Diaz-Balart and Chuck Todd will moderate a Hillary Clinton-Bernie Sanders town hall in Las Vegas ahead of Saturday’s Nevada Democratic caucuses. Here’s what you need to know about how to watch and be a part of the experience: The debate will air live on MSNBC, beginning at 9 p.m. ET. You can also watch the authenticated live stream of the debate online at now.msnbc.com — you’ll need to sign-in with your cable provider login information. If you’re looking for real-time reactions and analysis, you’ll find it it all at decision2016.nbcnews.com. Are you always on the go? Then download our apps on Android and iOS to get all the latest. Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #DemTownHall. Feedback is always welcome. Tweet us at @NBCNews and...

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Justice Scalia found dead at Texas ranch

View Original Article WASHINGTON — Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, the outspoken leader of the Supreme Court’s conservative bloc, was found dead at a Texas ranch Saturday morning, the San Antonio Express News reported on its website. The newspaper quoted U.S. District Judge Fred Biery, who said he had been told of the death. Scalia, 79, was a guest at the resort in West Texas, the Cibolo Creek Ranch, reportedly as part of a private group of about 40 people. When he didn’t appear for breakfast Saturday, someone went to his room and found a body. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statement Saturday afternoon extending condolences to Scalia’s family. He called the justice “the solid rock who turned away so many attempts to depart from and distort the Constitution.” Biery told the newspaper he had few details about the death. “My reaction is it’s very unfortunate,” he said. “It’s unfortunate with any death, and politically in the presidential cycle we’re in, my educated guess is nothing will happen until the next president is elected.”...

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