NBC News Top Stories 9 April 2018

FBI raids Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's office for details on payment to Stormy Daniels

The search was court-authorized, meaning that a federal judge allowed it to occur without requiring any advance notice to Cohen.

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Trump calls raid on his lawyer's office 'an attack on our country'

"A whole new level of unfairness," the president said Monday. "This is now getting ridiculous."

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Cosby paid Andrea Constand $3.4 million to settle civil suit

Bill Cosby's criminal trial on charges of sexual assault began Monday as the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.

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Cardi B's pregnancy announcement on 'SNL' sends a powerful message

Electing to become a mother amidst burgeoning stardom is unconventional. But so is most everything about Cardi B's rise.

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Inside NASA's investigation of a climate change hotspot in icy Greenland

NBC's Jacob Soboroff joined the flight for NASA's Operation IceBridge to study changes in the thickness of sea ice and glaciers.

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A brief history of chemical weapons

Chemical weapons can be both powerful and terrifying. From the chemical-soaked battlefields in WWI, to cities in Syria, here is a look at their role in the last 100 years of modern warfare.

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Trump says 'major decisions' on Syria likely in next 24 to 48 hours

"This is about humanity — we're talking about humanity," the president said Monday of the recent suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria.

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Stormy Daniels says she always believed agreement was with Trump

Daniels said "it would not have made sense" to make an agreement with Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's company instead of Trump.

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Iran and Trump are creating a nightmare scenario for Israel

Israel has struck inside Syria more than 100 times since 2012.

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Former AG Lynch calls 'attacks' on Justice Department 'painful'

It is "troubling when people question the motivations of dedicated, committed professionals," the former attorney general said.

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'I'm sorry': Zuckerberg to apologize to lawmakers for FB woes

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is making his first appearances before lawmakers on Tuesday and Wednesday this week — and the sessions will be broadcast on TV and streamed online.

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Arizona to deploy 225 National Guard troops to U.S.-Mexico border

The move comes after Trump called for 2,000 to 4,000 National Guard members on the border until his proposed border wall progresses

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Flint braces as Michigan shuts down its free bottled water sites

"My water stinks. It still burns to take a shower. There's no way they can say it's safe."

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Five takeaways from new 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' trailer

Lucasfilm dropped a new trailer for 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' that reveals a lot of new information about director Ron Howard's origin story for Han Solo.

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How diplomats have used memes to 'weaponize' the internet

Coming in the wake of fake news factories and troll farms, the tactics are the latest way public trust in official information is eroded.

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