U.S. immigration system approved thousands of child marriages in past decade

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The front lines of aviation security are feeling the pressure with 51,000 TSA employees on the job but not getting paid. Federal workers in the FDA and the FAA continue to feel the pressure as well. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.
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Students at center of D.C. march video will see police and protesters at school

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