Illinois Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin acknowledged that some Democrats may have overreached during the "tough on crime" era of the 1990s, and that many neighborhoods today continue to pay the price for harsh polices that criminalized communities and were particularly unfair to minorities.
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Donta Allen qualified a report that he heard Freddie Gray banging on the police van, as Baltimore Police handed their investigation over to the state's attorney and revealed a previously undisclosed stop by the van. watch
Chris Hayes talks with WBAL Investigative Reporter Jayne Miller about new Washington Post reporting in the case of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old Baltimore man whose death in police custody has sparked unrest in the city. watch
Kasie Hunt reports from an Orioles game played in an empty stadium and Chris Hayes speaks with Orioles COO John Angelos, whose poignant comments about the unrest in Baltimore went viral this week. watch
The Baltimore Sun's Mark Puente and retired Baltimore Police Officer Leon Taylor join Chris Hayes to discuss the complicated relationship between the citizens of Baltimore and their police force. watch
MSNBC's Joy Reid joins from Empowerment Temple in Baltimore, where a town hall meeting took place Tuesday evening that saw residents airing grievances over poor relations between the community and law enforcement in the city. watch
Each night, Chris Hayes partakes in lively conversations and debates with his guests. Hayes covers not only the biggest news stories of the day, but also the issues that are personally important to him including social justice and the environment. He also integrates social media into the show each night with his signature “Click 3” segment, highlighting the three most awesome things on the Internet according to Hayes and his viewers.
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