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The November 22 'MHP' Syllabus

11/21/14 08:56PM

Details of President Obama’s immigration plan, a teen’s death in North Carolina, a state of emergency in Ferguson, and what’s next for Nina Turner — plus a special pair of Foot Soldiers. 10am ET, msnbc! read more

Ferguson 'anxious' awaiting jury decision

Ferguson 'anxious' awaiting jury decision

11/22/14 10:59AM

The state of Missouri is preparing for the possibility of unrest on a large scale following the Grand Jury decision on whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Craig Melvin reports on the watch

North Carolina teen's death sparks questions

North Carolina teen's death sparks questions

11/22/14 10:49AM

When African American teenager Lennon Lacy was found dead in North Carolina, locals investigators claimed there was no evidence of foul play, but his family and community still want more answers. Rev. William Barber joins to discuss. watch

What’s at root of GOP anger over immigration?

What’s at root of GOP anger over immigration?

11/22/14 10:12AM

President Obama’s announced executive action on immigration was met with anger from Republicans. NYU law Professor Alina Das, James Carafano of The Heritage Foundation, Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman and Juan Cartagena of LatinoJustice discuss if the rea watch

How America became a post-war haven for Nazis

How America became a post-war haven for Nazis

11/16/14 11:44AM

Because of a legal loophole, some Nazis who came to America after World War II and were kicked out of the country years ago are still receiving government benefits today. Eric Lichtblau, author of "The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven... watch

Death penalty cases miss habeas deadline

Death penalty cases miss habeas deadline

11/16/14 11:00AM

A new Marshall Project report on America’s criminal justice system shows how the one year deadline for habeas corpus, or prisoners' right to challenge their sentences, can be too brief. Bill Keller and Ken Armstrong from The Marshall Project join to discu watch

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