Code Forward, one of MSNBC's online-only shows, covers hot-button issues in technology, from GamerGate to Girls Who Code. The show also looks at the tools that make life easier and the world better. Catch up on past episodes here.
NBC News reporter Anthony Terrell joins from South Carolina to discuss 2016 contender Rand Paul's campaign, and how Paul's team has assembled one of the best digital campaigns of the young election cycle. watch
Nellie Bowles discusses the recent spate of political "domain-squatting" by savvy Internet users. Plus: An MSNBC original takes a deep dive into this "domain-squatting" phenomenon and its role in the modern political landscape. watch
Attorney and legal analyst Anne Bremner joins to discuss the latest in the Ellen Pao anti-discrimination trial, and why the case will be groundbreaking for women in the workplace - regardless of the outcome. watch
Nellie Bowles speaks with Washington Post reporter Jonnelle Marte about why Americans who file taxes online with services like TurboTax could be targeted for identity theft - and the Department of Justice is taking the threat very seriously. watch
Attorney Drexel Bradshaw discusses a multi-million dollar sexual harassment lawsuit filed by the current interim chief of the news and social media site Reddit against a prominent Silicon Valley venture capital firm. watch
Re/code co-executive editor Kara Swisher spoke to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about gender discrimination, uniting Democrats and Republicans, and the big question: Does she prefer iPhone or Android? watch