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Israel strikes dozens of sites

Israel strikes dozens of sites

08/02/14 05:04PM

Former Senate Majority Leader and Mideast envoy George Mitchell joins Tj Holmes to react to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s announcement that Israeli troops are ready to continue their fight against Hamas. watch

Batkid's story is now a documentary

Batkid's story is now a documentary

08/02/14 04:59PM

Thousands lined the streets to cheer on “Batkid,” and even President Obama made a special video thanking him for saving Gotham. The director of the film Dana Nachman talks with TJ Holmes about the story of five-year-old leukemia patient Miles Scott.... watch

Big Idea: EZ Baby Saver strives to prevent hot car deaths

07/27/14 04:05PM

According to San Francisco State University, at least 18 kids have died so far this year due to heatstroke deaths in cars. Last year, 44 kids died. But one 12 year old boy came up with an invention that he hopes could stop those deaths. He invented the EZ Baby Saver when he was in the fifth grade. read more

Big Idea: A way to stop hot car deaths

Big Idea: A way to stop hot car deaths

07/27/14 03:53PM

12-year-old Andrew Pelham explains his big idea behind the E-Z Baby Saver, a rubber band and duct tape contraption that attaches to the handle on the inside of the driver’s door, trapping the driver inside and forcing him/her to look in the backseat in or watch

Operetta under fire as racially offensive

Operetta under fire as racially offensive

07/27/14 03:44PM

“The Mikado” is a Gilbert and Sullivan British operetta currently being performed in 46 states. Seattle’s performance is finding itself in the middle of a firestorm, with critics calling the play racially offensive. NBC’s Richard Lui takes a deeper look. watch

Police brutality issue resurfaces

Police brutality issue resurfaces

07/27/14 03:35PM

Following the death of Eric Garner after an apparent chokehold used on him by an NYPD police officer, the issue of police brutality has resurfaced. MSNBC legal analyst Faith Jenkins weighs in on this conversation along with the Renisha McBride murder tria watch

Israel, Hamas debate terms of a new ceasefire

Israel, Hamas debate terms of a new ceasefire

07/27/14 03:04PM

Brain Trust Panel: Janine Zacharia, Beth Fouhy, and Barry McCaffrey join Craig Melvin to discuss conflicts in the Mideast and weigh in on the recent New York Times Editorial Board’s support of the repeal on the federal ban on marijuana. watch

Should HBCUs still receive special funding?

Should HBCUs still receive special funding?

07/26/14 03:50PM

Jamilah Lemieux, Ben Chavis, and Richard Veddar join Craig Melvin to talk about government special funding for HBCUs and what impact diversification of HBCU student bodies could have on the amount of funding the institute receives from the government. watch

How is diversification affecting HBCUs?

How is diversification affecting HBCUs?

07/26/14 03:39PM

Jamilah Lemieux, Rob Shorette, and Ben Chavis join Craig Melvin to discuss the diversification of HBCUs, how it may effect “tradition” within HBCUs and how it may positively or negatively affect the experiences of African American students attending HBCU watch

Any possible end-game for mideast conflict?

Any possible end-game for mideast conflict?

07/26/14 03:04PM

House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., talks about a possible end-game for the conflict between Israel and Hamas and the effect the alliance between the West Bank and Hamas will have on the Middle East conflicts. watch

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