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NBC News' Capitol Hill correspondent Kasie Hunt lands her own two-hour evening show, airing on Sundays. Hunt interviews newsmakers and previews Monday's key headlines. Hunt began her career in journalism as an intern for NBC News before becoming a health policy reporter for CongressDaily, where she wrote about the Affordable Care Act. She has also covered the 2010 midterm elections and Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign.

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Kasie Hunt interviews newsmakers and previews the headlines of the week.
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Kasie Hunt interviews newsmakers and previews the headlines of the week.
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Kasie Hunt interviews newsmakers and previews the headlines of the week.
aired 27 days ago
Kasie Hunt interviews newsmakers and previews the headlines of the week.
aired 34 days ago
Kasie Hunt interviews newsmakers and previews the headlines of the week.

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