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Obama's use of executive orders under attack

Obama's use of executive orders under attack

06/28/14 03:38PM

Dana Milbank, Angela Rye, and Amy Holmes of the Brain Trust panel join TJ Holmes to discuss this week’s Supreme Court ruling against President Obama’s recess appointments and accusations of President Obama abusing the use of his executive orders. watch

Tenn. law criminalizes pregnant drug addicts

Tennessee law criminalizes pregnant drug addicts

06/28/14 03:30PM

On Tuesday, Tennessee will become the nation’s first state to deem drug abuse during pregnancy a crime. Dr. Jessica Young is the only doctor in middle Tennessee whose practice specializes in treating drug addicted pregnant women. She joins TJ Holmes to we watch

'Police officers are not soldiers'

'Police officers are not soldiers'

06/28/14 03:13PM

Norm Stamper and Jim Cavanaugh join TJ Holmes to discuss the usage of military-style gear by local police departments, the message it sends to the public, and if these tactics could be considered too aggressive for residential settings, many of which have watch

NY man gets paid to wait in line

NY man gets paid to wait in line

06/28/14 02:53PM

Same Ole Line Dudes: Founder of “Same Ole Line Dudes” AKA SOLD Incorporated, Robert Samuel, talks about his NY based line waiting business in which he stands in line for people waiting on concert tickets, phone releases, sneakers—you name it! watch

Is immigration reform in limbo?

Is immigration reform in limbo?

06/28/14 02:33PM

Immigration attorney and columnist for USA Today, Raul Reyes, joins TJ Holmes to talk about homeland security secretary Jeh Johnson’s plans to visit the migrant holding facilities in Texas and possible solutions to the ongoing immigration crisis in Americ watch

Voting rights then and now

Voting rights then and now

06/28/14 02:17PM

Freedom Summer: Civil rights activist and Harvard law professor, Lani Guinnier, talks about the 50th anniversary of the murders of three civil rights workers who traveled to Mississippi for Freedom Summer, the historic campaign for African American voter watch

Buffer zones near abortion clinics eliminated

Buffer zones near abortion clinics eliminated

06/28/14 02:06PM

National reporter for MSNBC.com, Irin Carmon, talks about Thursday’s supreme court ruling against abortion clinic buffer zones and its effect on the overall abortion debate. She also weighs in on Monday’s Hobby Lobby decision. watch

Can Obama shake off his second-term slump?

Can Obama shake off his second-term slump?

06/27/14 10:00AM

Msnbc.com managing editor Dafna Linzer and Elahe Izadi, National Journal staff correspondent, join Richard Lui to discuss President Obama’s ‘day in the life tour,’ showing that he understands the hardships of the middle class. watch

Two major rulings made in Supreme Court

Two major rulings made in Supreme Court

06/26/14 10:35AM

NBC’s Pete Williams reports on the Supreme Court’s decision to narrow President Obama’s ability to make recess appointments and ruling against Massachusetts abortion clinic buffer zones. Msnbc ‘The Cycle’ co-host Ari Melber and msnbc.com national reporte watch

Will the doors open for same-sex marriage?

Will the doors open for same-sex marriage?

06/26/14 10:17AM

Marriage equality rulings in Utah and Indiana could push the issue one step closer to the US Supreme Court. Aisha Moodie-Mills, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, and chair of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund, Steven Elmendorf, join... watch

WH and problems facing the middle class

WH and problems facing the middle class

06/23/14 10:44AM

The first-ever White House Summit on Working Families will try to address the major issues facing middle class families, from maternity leave to raising children on minimum wage. NBC’s Chris Jansing and Benet Holmes, a single mother, join Richard Lui to watch

Cruz and Perry visit shelter in Texas

Cruz and Perry visit shelter in Texas

06/23/14 10:26AM

Sen. Ted Cruz and Governor Rick Perry visit the Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio, Texas, which has been used as a makeshift shelter for undocumented immigrant children. Elise Foley from The Huffington Post joins Richard Lui to discuss. watch

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