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Where to draw the line on drone strikes?

Where to draw the line on drone strikes?

11/17/12 07:00PM

Melissa Harris-Perry and her guests - including fellow MSNBC host Chris Hayes, contributor Rula Jebreal, Citizen Radio host Allison Kilkenny, and Mark Quarterman of the Enough Project - share a heated debate sharing their thoughts on the warrants of... watch

Shifts in the 'fiscal cliff' power struggle

Shifts in the 'fiscal cliff' power struggle

11/16/12 07:00PM

Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y., Ryan Alexander of "Taxpayers for Commonsense," Daniel Garza of the Libre Initiative, and Louisiana State Sen. Karen Carpenter Peterson join Melissa Harris-Perry to comment on the balance of power between Democrats and... watch

Tea Party obstruction simmers

Tea Party obstruction simmers

11/16/12 07:00PM

After the 2010 wave of Tea Party freshmen started a new era of GOP obstructionism, will President Obama's re-election spark a new tide of bipartisanship as the deadline on the so-called "fiscal cliff" draws near? watch

An open letter to Gov. Bobby Jindal

An open letter to Gov. Bobby Jindal

11/16/12 07:00PM

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is the recipient of Melissa Harris-Perry's open letter this week for--among other reasons--refusing to set up the state-run insurance exchange now required under the Affordable Care Act. watch

A safe space for LGBT youth

A safe space for LGBT youth

11/16/12 07:00PM

Melissa Harris-Perry pays tribute to Transgender Awareness Week and the work of Carl Siciliano, the executive director of Ali Forney, an organization dedicated to providing a safe space for LGBT youth. watch

A lesson from Lincoln

A lesson from Lincoln

11/16/12 07:00PM

Melissa Harris-Perry and her guests talk about Abe Lincoln's historical significance, and why he continues to influence the nation and our leaders. watch

Maine GOP chair accuses black people of...

Maine GOP chair accuses black people of voter fraud

11/16/12 07:00PM

Maine Republican Party Chairman Charlie Webster was so surprised to hear that black people lived in his state that he accused those who showed up to polls on Election Day of voter fraud. Webster has since apologized, and to tell the story, resident... watch

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