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Is privacy an illusion in the digital age?

Is privacy an illusion in the digital age?

09/06/14 11:00AM

The hacking of nude photos of Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence among others has everyone asking – is there any such thing as privacy in the digital age? Salamishah Tillet, Dan Ackerman, Megan Carpentier and David Opderbeck join to discuss. watch

Can ISIS achieve their stated goal?

Can ISIS achieve their stated goal?

09/06/14 10:02AM

What are the intentions of ISIS that has the United States and its global allies coming together to try to destroy it? Quartz’s Bobby Ghosh and Haroon Moghul from the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding join to discuss the group’s stated goal of watch

Demanding 'perfect mourners' in Ferguson

09/04/14 08:30AM

"We need to not only die as 'angels,' but mourn like them, too." Jamil Smith writes about criticism of Ferguson's protests and public displays of sorrow over the shooting death of Michael Brown. "Justice and equality have become conditional upon the behavior of the aggrieved." read more

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

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