Andrea Mitchell talks to Camden, New Jersey police chief Scott Thomson about the decline in crime in his city since Camden eliminated its city-run police force and replaced it with a county run department. watch
NBC News’ Dr. Nancy Snyderman joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the first statements from the two Americans who were infected with Ebola, who are now healed, as well as the news that a third American has contracted the virus. watch
NBC News’ Richard Engel and Jim Miklaszewski report on the growing threat of ISIS in the aftermath of the brutal murder of journalist Steven Sotloff. Michael Leiter, former director of the National Counter-Terrorism Center, also joins the conversation. watch
Sad news, as anticipated White House says intelligence community has studied ISIS video of #StevenSotloff and it is authentic.
Leaders at the NATO Summit in Wales, including President Obama, will weigh their options in Ukraine, among other things. NBC News’ Keir Simmons reports, and former ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul joins the conversation. watch
Andrea Mitchell talks to former Tulane University president Scott Cowen about his new book “The Inevitable City,” which tells the story of the resurgence of New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Walter Isaacson also joins the conversation. watch
Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Ct., joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the dual crises in Ukraine and in Syria that the White House is currently dealing with, and policy analyst Andrew Liepman joins the conversation to discuss the ISIS propaganda machine. watch
Pressure is mounting on the president from all sides to issue an executive action on immigration, but will that pose tough challenges for Senate Democrats in red states hoping to be re-elected? Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., discusses. watch