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Questions surround Florida inmate's death

Questions surround Florida inmate's death

10/19/14 10:59AM

Melissa Harris-Perry details the contents of a letter written by Latandra Ellington, an inmate at Lowell Correctional Institution in Florida who was found dead, and what we know about her case right now. Julie Brown from The Miami Herald joins to discuss. watch

The politicization of Ebola

The politicization of Ebola

10/19/14 10:52AM

Sandra Lilley, Cornell William Brooks, Nicholas Confessore and Alfonso Aguilar discuss how the Ebola health emergency could impact the midterm elections. watch

Are Democrats pouring money in the right...

Are Democrats pouring money in the right place?

10/19/14 10:31AM

National Democrats, smelling the scent of a Georgia victory in the air, are pouring an additional million dollars into campaign ads in the state's race for U.S. Senate. But should Democrats be funding to increase African American voter turnout more? An... watch

How SCOTUS may have determined Texas midterms

How SCOTUS may have determined Texas midterms

10/19/14 10:16AM

The Supreme Court's approval of Texas's strict voter ID law could be among the biggest determinants of what happens in the state's midterm elections. Sandra Lilley, Cornell William Brooks, Nicholas Confessore and Alfonso Aguilar join to discuss. watch

Debunking the big Ebola myths

Debunking the big Ebola myths

10/19/14 10:00AM

Melissa Harris-Perry details how new cases and the growing criticism over the response to Ebola from federal health officials is causing the spread of another contagious threat: hysteria. Dr. Corey Hebert, CEO of Community Health TV, debunks some of... watch

The October 19 'MHP' Syllabus

10/18/14 07:57PM

This Sunday in #nerdland:The United States is on the verge of an epidemic, but not one caused by the deadly Ebola virus. Instead, the epidemic on the horizon is one of hysteria. Despite reassurances from the CDC that at least in America, Ebola is “not a significant threat,” across the country, fear of the virus has been widespread. read more

How personhood will factor into midterms

How personhood will factor into midterms

10/18/14 11:23AM

This year's midterms will have three states offering anti-abortion ballot initiatives that will have voters in Tennessee deciding on a constitutional amendment that could allow state lawmakers to pass a ban on all abortions and in Colorado and North Dakot watch

Career, family and frozen eggs

Career, family and frozen eggs in corporate America

10/18/14 11:00AM

Apple announced it would be following Facebook’s lead and cover the cost of employees who want to freeze their eggs. Msnbc host Joy Reid, Cafe.com’s Carmen Rita Wong and entrepreneur Tai Beauchamp, who has had her eggs frozen, all join to discuss. watch

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