Recognizing the common interests of Americans during a time when the country seems hopelessly divided may seem like a tall order in this day and age. But that's at the heart of Rush Hour, the early fringe news show on NewsNation featuring Nichole Berlie. The program, which debuted in the 5 p.m. ET (4 p.m. CT) hour about a year ago, uses the resources of parent company Nexstar Inc.'s 110 local station newsrooms -- and the expertise of some 5,400 local TV journalists.
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