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Michael Brown on his graduation day.

Respectability politics won't save us, 'angel' or not

09/04/14 07:54AM

Host Melissa Harris-Perry offered her reflections during last Saturday show on the NYT's "no angel" reference to slain Ferguson teen Michael Brown, concluding: "Clothing black bodies and black lives in angelic respectability will not save them from those who see their very skin as a sin." read more

Breaking down NFL’s domestic violence policy

Breaking down NFL’s domestic violence policy

08/31/14 11:00AM

MSNBC contributor Dorian Warren, The Nation’s Dave Zirin, ESPN’s Jemele Hill and former NFL quarterback Don McPherson take a closer look at the NFL’s new policy on domestic violence and what it says about rules in the workplace. watch

The changing face of Atlantic City

The changing face of Atlantic City

08/31/14 10:49AM

MSNBC contributor Dorian Warren, Carmen Rita Wong from NYU Poly Tech, MSNBC.com’s Ned Resnikoff and Michael Pollock from the Spectrum Gaming Group join to discuss the changing face of Atlantic City and the closing of some of its major casinos. watch

Ebola outbreak grows more dire

Ebola outbreak grows more dire

08/31/14 10:30AM

With each week the news about the Ebola crisis seems to grow more dire, with the virus now having surfaced in a fifth country—Senegal. Joel Montgomery, from the CDC Ebola Response Team in Liberia and Laurie Garrett, Senior Fellow for Global Health at the watch

Just who did build America?

Just who did build America?

08/31/14 09:59AM

Melissa Harris-Perry details how immigrants built some of America’s most famous structures. Dorian Warren, Carmen Rita Wong and Raul Reyes join to discuss why some see immigrants as an economic threat in America. watch

The last old home on a block, center left, is seen near the Revel hotel and casino in Atlantic City, N.J.

Impending casino closures foreground Atlantic City's great divide

08/31/14 09:22AM

Roughly two decades ago, casinos could only be found in six states; as of last year, 22 states have commercial casinos, according to an American Gaming Association survey. That same survey found that casinos raked in $37.34 billion nationwide in 2012. Only in 2007, the year before the financial collapse, did the industry collect more in revenue. The question facing a growing number of other communities is where that revenue goes. read more

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