Bring That Week Back: Tamron Hall Becomes First Black Woman to Co-Host Today

Pastors coalition seeks to impeach Eric Holder, and more.

Tamron Hall - Tamron Hall, Anchor, NewsNation, MSNBC.(Photo: Brad Barket/PictureGroup)

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Tamron Hall Joins Today Show - Video proves innocence of New Jersey man who was assaulted by police, Tuskegee Airmen head pilot honored with U.S. Postal Service stamp, plus more news. – Natelege Whaley (@natelege)Tamron Hall Joins Today ShowOn Monday, journalist Tamron Hall officially joined NBC’s Today show as a co-anchor for the program’s 9 a.m. hour. She is the first African-American woman to fill the role. In previous weeks, she was a fill-in host before getting the permanent gig. (Photo: Brad Barket/PictureGroup)

D.C.?s Black Civil War Memorial to Be Repaired - Damage to the African-American civil war memorial in Washington, D.C., is set to be repaired by local organizers who raised at least $575,000 to cover the costs. The funds will also be used to restore the grounds and replace the monument?s lighting.  (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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D.C.’s Black Civil War Memorial to Be Repaired - Damage to the African-American civil war memorial in Washington, D.C., is set to be repaired by local organizers who raised at least $575,000 to cover the costs. The funds will also be used to restore the grounds and replace the monument’s lighting.  (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

African-American Pastors Coalition Seek to Impeach Eric Holder - Attorney General Eric Holder should be impeached ?over his repeated lawlessness in attempting to impose same-sex marriage through the nation,? according to the Coalition of African-American Pastors. The group is seeking one million signatures to support their petition for his removal.(Photo: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Photo)

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African-American Pastors Coalition Seek to Impeach Eric Holder - Attorney General Eric Holder should be impeached “over his repeated lawlessness in attempting to impose same-sex marriage through the nation,” according to the Coalition of African-American Pastors. The group is seeking one million signatures to support their petition for his removal.(Photo: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Photo)

Juror: Race Was Never a Factor in Jordan Davis Trial - Creshuna Miles, juror No. 8 in the Michael Dunn trial told CNN that race was not a factor in deciding the case, even though Dunn was white and Jordan Davis was Black. ?We didn't even think about the race aspect of it," she said. "Race was never a factor ... when I was making my decision." (Photo: CNN) 

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Juror: Race Was Never a Factor in Jordan Davis Trial - Creshuna Miles, juror No. 8 in the Michael Dunn trial told CNN that race was not a factor in deciding the case, even though Dunn was white and Jordan Davis was Black. “We didn't even think about the race aspect of it," she said. "Race was never a factor ... when I was making my decision." (Photo: CNN) 

Tuskegee Pilot to Be Honored on a U.S. Stamp - C. Alfred ?Chief? Anderson taught hundreds of Tuskegee Airmen to fly, and is now being honored with a U.S. Postal Service stamp for his dedication as a leader. Known as the ?Father of Black Aviation,? he died at the age of 89 in 1996. (Photo: USPS) 

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Tuskegee Pilot to Be Honored on a U.S. Stamp - C. Alfred “Chief” Anderson taught hundreds of Tuskegee Airmen to fly, and is now being honored with a U.S. Postal Service stamp for his dedication as a leader. Known as the “Father of Black Aviation,” he died at the age of 89 in 1996. (Photo: USPS) 

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Video Proves Innocence of New Jersey Man - Criminal charges against Marcus Jeter, 30, of New Jersey have been cleared after a police dashcam video showing him being punched by a police officer during a stop surfaced. Two officers have now been indicted for falsifying evidence and one on assault. A third officer pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence. (Photo: ABC7/WABC TV NY)(Photo: ABC7/WABC TV NY)

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Video Proves Innocence of New Jersey Man - Criminal charges against Marcus Jeter, 30, of New Jersey have been cleared after a police dashcam video showing him being punched by a police officer during a stop surfaced. Two officers have now been indicted for falsifying evidence and one on assault. A third officer pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence. (Photo: ABC7/WABC TV NY)(Photo: ABC7/WABC TV NY)

Baltimore Mayor ?Appalled? at High Marijuana Arrests - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore has spoken out about the disproportionate arrests of African-Americans in marijuana offenses. "I believe the disproportionate rates say more about the inequity in our criminal justice system than it does about a need to legalize marijuana because we know African-Americans are not the only ethic group using the substance," said Rawlings.  (Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

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Baltimore Mayor “Appalled” at High Marijuana Arrests - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore has spoken out about the disproportionate arrests of African-Americans in marijuana offenses. "I believe the disproportionate rates say more about the inequity in our criminal justice system than it does about a need to legalize marijuana because we know African-Americans are not the only ethic group using the substance," said Rawlings.  (Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

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Louis Farrakhan: African-Americans Deserve Their Own Courts - Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan believes that it is time for Black Americans to have their own justice system because of bias in the current system in place. “We want equal justice under the law,” Farrakhan said during a speech. “Our people can’t take much more. We have to have our own courts.” (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Teacher Caught Dragging a Student Through a Hallway - A principal at a Connecticut elementary school was caught on camera dragging a kindergartner out of a classroom by the leg in spring 2012. An administrator said Friday that Principal Carmen Perez Dickson should have been fired and not suspended for six months. She will be returning to work as a principal next month at another school. (Photo: courtesy NBC New York)

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Teacher Caught Dragging a Student Through a Hallway - A principal at a Connecticut elementary school was caught on camera dragging a kindergartner out of a classroom by the leg in spring 2012. An administrator said Friday that Principal Carmen Perez Dickson should have been fired and not suspended for six months. She will be returning to work as a principal next month at another school. (Photo: courtesy NBC New York)

Georgia Minister Sentenced After HIV Scandal - Minister Craig Davis of Atlanta has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and 10 years of probation Friday for two counts of reckless HIV ? meaning a person with HIV did not try to stop the transmitting of the disease while having sex. He was accused of engaging in unprotected sex with the women in his congregation and infecting them. (Photo: Fox 5 Atlanta)

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Georgia Minister Sentenced After HIV Scandal - Minister Craig Davis of Atlanta has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and 10 years of probation Friday for two counts of reckless HIV – meaning a person with HIV did not try to stop the transmitting of the disease while having sex. He was accused of engaging in unprotected sex with the women in his congregation and infecting them. (Photo: Fox 5 Atlanta)

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Video of NYPD Cops Arresting Man Goes Viral - A video showing an African-American man being held by police officers in the Bronx, New York, went viral on Facebook. The young man can be heard asking why he was being held after showing his ID and bus ticket. After the cops refused to answer him, he attempted to get up and was held down and arrested. (Photo: NYCResistance via Twitter/Youtube)

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Video of NYPD Cops Arresting Man Goes Viral - A video showing an African-American man being held by police officers in the Bronx, New York, went viral on Facebook. The young man can be heard asking why he was being held after showing his ID and bus ticket. After the cops refused to answer him, he attempted to get up and was held down and arrested. (Photo: NYCResistance via Twitter/Youtube)

Funeral Held for 15-Year-Old Adrian Broadway - A funeral was a held Saturday in Little Rock, Arkansas, for Adrian Broadway, a 15-year-old who was shot and killed by a man while pulling a prank on his property with a group of friends. (Photo: ABC/KATV Arkansas)

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Funeral Held for 15-Year-Old Adrian Broadway - A funeral was a held Saturday in Little Rock, Arkansas, for Adrian Broadway, a 15-year-old who was shot and killed by a man while pulling a prank on his property with a group of friends. (Photo: ABC/KATV Arkansas)