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What if white men, not black women, were caricatured as 'angry'?

09/21/14 07:26PM

Host Melissa Harris-Perry addresses the racial stereotypes in the New York Times review of ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder," which labeled black executive producer Shonda Rhimes as "angry," by offering up an alternative version of the article if it were about Aaron Sorkin and his HBO drama "The Newsroom." read more

Buzzworthy fall shows make their debut

Buzzworthy fall shows make their debut

09/28/14 01:29PM

Clarence Page, Alicia Quarles and Jason Lynch take a look at a week of buzzworthy television premiers featuring some of the fall's most anticipated new shows including "Black-ish" and "How To Get Away With Murder". watch

What made Nas's 'Illmatic' so unforgettable

What made Nas's 'Illmatic' so unforgettable

09/28/14 11:42AM

New documentary “Time Is Illmatic” celebrates hip-hop icon Nas, who used words to create vivid images that exposed the raw truth about life in his community. Joining to discuss are the creators behind the film, Erik Parker and One9. watch

Video released of Wal-Mart shooting

Video released of Wal-Mart shooting

09/28/14 11:29AM

Clarence Page, Emily Tisch Sussman and Rashad Robinson talk about the surveillance tape that has now been released which shows the police shooting of John Crawford at a Wal-Mart in Ohio. watch

Tensions still high on the ground in Ferguson

Tensions still high on the ground in Ferguson

09/28/14 10:59AM

According to authorities, an officer driving alone on routine patrol Saturday night in Ferguson at the two town community center came upon two men who ran from him. Police say the officer chased the suspects on foot and was fired upon. Alderman Antonio... watch

Airstrikes becoming central midterm issue

Airstrikes on ISIS becoming central midterm issue

09/28/14 10:02AM

With just over a month left before the 2014 midterms, the October surprise is looking to be an issue no one saw coming at the start of this election year. The Chicago Tribune’s Clarence Page, Emily Tisch Sussman from the Center for American Progress and A watch

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