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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 17, 2016
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(Charleston: Kate Snow) The NBC Democratic debate between Hillary Clinton & Bernie Sanders in Charleston, South Carolina, with poll figures cited introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Kristen Welker) The background to tonight's debate featured; scenes shown; details given about the issues: gun control, the attack strategy. [CLINTON, SANDERS - campaign on gun issues.] ["Washington Post" Dan BALZ@- assesses the campaign.]

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Hallie Jackson) The Republican race in New Hampshire between Donald Trump & Ted Cruz featured; New York newspaper headlines shown. [TRUMP, CRUZ - campaign on New York values.] [Jeb BUSH - criticizes Trump's conservatism.] The Cruz strategy in New Hampshire noted.

(Charleston: Kate Snow) The debate coverage tonight outlined on screen.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Welker, Kristen;
Jackson, Hallie
Duration:
00:04:30

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