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What Iraq conflict could mean for US security

What Iraq conflict could mean for US security

06/21/14 03:03PM

Former Congressman Patrick Murphy and history professor at Carnegie Mellon University, Kiron Skinner join Milissa Rehberger to discuss the effectiveness of the U.S. involvement in the Iraqi conflicts and what this could mean for the security of the U.S. a watch

Jack Jacobs on weight of the Medal of Honor

Jack Jacobs on weight of the Medal of Honor

06/21/14 02:52PM

MSNBC military analyst, Colonel Jack Jacobs, talks about his sit-down with Marine Cpl. Lance Kyle Carpenter, who was recently awarded the Medal of Honor by President Obama. In 2010, Carpenter suffered brutal injuries for throwing himself on a grenade to p watch

Bike helmet reads your mind as you ride

Bike helmet reads your mind as you ride

06/21/14 02:43PM

Developers of the Mind Rider Helmet, Arlene Ducao and Josue Diaz, explain their big idea behind a helmet that uses sensors to map out the least stressful bike routes—creating the best bike ride possible. watch

Mother forgives teen who killed her daughter

Mother forgives teen who killed her daughter

06/21/14 02:34PM

Gun Violence: Ady Guzman-DeJesus, mother of 13 year old Gina Guzman-DeJesus who was shot and killed on a school bus by a teenage boy in 2012, talks about forgiveness and plans to use her tragedy to spread gun violence awareness. watch

Fierce fighting as ISIS gains ground

Fierce fighting as ISIS continues to gain ground

06/21/14 02:02PM

The U.S. Response: MSNBC military analyst Colonel Jack Jacobs and Investigative reporter David Rohde talk about the strength and resilience of ISIS in the Iraqi conflicts and potential plans for the 300 military advisors sent to Iraq by the Obama administ watch

Confronting the immigration crisis

Confronting the immigration crisis

06/19/14 10:15AM

Rep. Henry Cuellar talks about the approval of “emergency surge operations,” that will allow Texas law enforcement personnel to conduct an intensified border security operation. Cueller says “border control is being overwhelmed by the large number of peop watch

Mary Barra testifies before the House

Mary Barra testifies before the House

06/18/14 10:25AM

General Motors CEO Mary Barra is testifying on Capitol Hill about the internal report stating why it took GE over a decade to fix the ignition switch defects. Brent Snavely, Detroit Free Press auto reporter, joins Craig Melvin to discuss. watch

Professor uses dumpster as a home

Professor uses dumpster as a home

06/15/14 04:49PM

“Professor Dumpster,” also known as Jeff Wilson, wants to live on just 1% of water and energy the average American uses. How? He is testing his strategy by living in 33-square foot dumpster for a year. watch

GOP still in frenzy after Eric Cantor's loss

GOP still in frenzy after Eric Cantor's loss

06/15/14 03:31PM

Victoria Defrancesco Voto, David Drucker, and Peter Suderman of the "Brain Trust Panel" join Richard Lui to discuss the continued frenzy within the GOP following Eric Cantor’s loss and Mitt Romney’s role in helping to prepare the party for the 2016... watch

Strife between car companies, taxi drivers

Strife between car companies, taxi drivers

06/15/14 03:17PM

Car Wars: Mayor of Miami-Dade, Carlos Gimenez, weighs in on the strife between car service companies such as Uber and Lyft and regulated taxi drivers in Miami-Dade following the fiery protests against the companies in various European cities this week. watch

Militants in Iraq move toward Baghdad

Militants in Iraq move toward Baghdad

06/15/14 03:08PM

Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq James Jeffrey joins Richard Lui on the turmoil unfolding in Iraq as militants move through the country towards Baghdad. What are the next steps for the U.S. to take and how do Iraq’s neighbors – especially Iran – intervene? watch

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