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Looking to put an emphasis on its breaking news coverage over issues-based discussion shows that previously aired in the time slot, MSNBC presents this midday block of news reports anchored by Thomas Roberts. In addition to providing updates on developing stories, the Emmy-nominated journalist details the day's top news and political developments. The show also features stories about equality and human rights, topics that hit particularly close to home for the openly gay anchor. The fast-moving program incorporates viewers' thoughts on the day's happenings through social media integration, a key part of many 21st-century news shows.

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