The site will go fully live in late October.
The left side of the homepage features ten of the day's top stories, each including a large, colorful picture and bold, white text below. On the right side is a thinner column where users can see a condensed version of the ten stories and click directly on a headline.
The website also comes with a "Watch" tab, which allows users to watch clips and stream the network live.
Here's our own sneak preview...of the preview...of the new MSNBC.com.
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