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NYT reporter: Soldiers debated executing us

NYT reporter: Soldiers debated executing us

03/31/11 08:00PM

New York Times Middle East correspondent Stephen Farrell joins Chris Jansing to discuss being held captive by Gadhafi’s soldiers for six days. Farrell along with three other NYT journalists were held hostage in Libya. watch

Rutgers pays Snooki more than Nobel winner

Rutgers pays Snooki more than Nobel winner

03/31/11 08:00PM

Reality TV star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi scored $32,000 for a speech to Rutgers University students, more money than a Nobel winning author will be paid for an event later this month. Msnbc's Chris Jansing has the details. watch

What is CIA’s role in Libya?

What is CIA’s role in Libya?

03/30/11 08:00PM

Reports that small numbers of CIA operatives are working in Libya have begun to surface. But why are they in the country and what is their mission? Retired CIA officer Luis Rueda joins Chris Jansing to discuss the issue. watch

Unemployment rates divided on racial lines

Unemployment rates divided on racial lines

03/30/11 08:00PM

Black leaders from across the country gathered in D.C. Thursday to discuss “The State of Black America” -- a new report by the National Urban League that highlights unemployment rates are divided sharply between white teenagers and African Americans.... watch

20 days left to file taxes

20 days left to file taxes

03/29/11 08:00PM

The TODAY Show’s Jean Chatzky joins Chris Jansing to remind people they have 20 days left to file their taxes and that some people overlook deductions that could save them money. watch

FDA holds hearings on food dye risk

FDA holds hearings on food dye risk

03/29/11 08:00PM

The FDA holds hearing Wednesday to decide if foods with artificial coloring should include warning labels or be banned. Nutrition expert Dr. Ian Smith why this issue is rising to the surface now. watch

Women sue Walmart

Women sue Walmart

03/28/11 08:00PM

Prof. Paul Rothstein shares his thoughts on a class action filing that claims Walmart favors men in pay and promotions. watch

Countdown to shutdown?

Countdown to shutdown?

03/28/11 08:00PM

On Capitol Hill, budget talks have stalled again which could result in a government shutdown. The Washington Post’s Ezra Klein discusses. watch

Radiation threat worsens in Japan

Radiation threat worsens in Japan

03/27/11 08:00PM

Dr. Nader Satvat talks about the contaminated flood water found in trenches beneath the Fukushima plant as well as a reactor containing water with 100,000 times the normal level of radiation. watch

Tracking your cell phone

Tracking your cell phone

03/27/11 08:00PM

The New York Times’ Noam Cohen explains how every seven seconds, cell phone companies store location data on users to be used for everything from sales and marketing to helping criminal investigators. watch

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