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Celebrating the Civil Rights Act

Celebrating the Civil Rights Act

04/04/14 01:43PM

Todd Purdum, author of “An Idea Whose Time Has Come,” joins to discuss the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, and its significance in the realms of politics and society. watch

Were there warning signs before Ft. Hood?

Were there warning signs before Fort Hood shooting?

04/03/14 01:18PM

After an Iraq war veteran opened fire at Fort Hood, the close-knit military community asks how a tragedy like this could hit less than 5 years after the last deadly rampage. NBC’s Charles Hadlock, NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski, and Col. Jack Jacobs join... watch

Leahy blasts reported covert USAID program

Leahy blasts reported covert USAID program

04/03/14 01:15PM

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., responds to an AP report about USAID running a secret program aimed at stirring unrest in Cuba. “I think most people would say, ‘you are out of your mind,” Leahy said, maintaining he wasn’t... watch

Making strides in autism awareness

Making strides in autism awareness

04/02/14 02:25PM

With a prevalence rate of 1 in 42 for boys, and a massive spike in overall cases over the past decade, autism remains a major health crisis in America. Suzanne and Bob Wright join to discuss. watch

Will Jonathan Pollard ever see freedom?

Will Jonathan Pollard ever see freedom?

04/02/14 12:37PM

Anne Pollard Henderson, ex-wife of accused spy Jonathan Pollard, speaks with Andrea Mitchell about the ordeal of her former partner’s incarceration, and the Obama administration’s consideration of a possible early release. watch

What took GM so long to fix faulty switch?

What took GM so long to fix faulty switch?

04/01/14 01:06PM

Lawmakers are pushing new General Motors CEO Mary Barra for answers on how the company let customers drive millions of cars with potentially catastrophic defects. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez and Tom Costello join Andrea Mitchell. watch

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