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Critical moment for Hong Kong protests

Critical moment for Hong Kong protests

10/05/14 10:04AM

Thousands remain in the streets in Hong Kong, protesting the Chinese government's decision to vet candidates for an upcoming election. The International Business Times' Peter Goodman, Jillian Melchior of the National Review, Christina Greer from Fordham U watch

The October 5 'MHP' Syllabus

10/04/14 06:55PM

It’s Sunday in #nerdland and we have Hong Kong, taxes, the Secret Service and much more on the agenda.We’ll have the latest on the first Ebola patient to be diagnosed in the U.S.. Thomas Duncan is now in critical condition and officials are closely monitoring those who have had close contact with him.Then, we’ll examine the showdown in Hong Kong. read more

The high cost of being poor

The high cost of being poor

10/04/14 11:20AM

As the economy improves, those being left behind are paying a hefty price to try and keep up. Rebecca Vallas from the Center for American Progress and The New York Times’ Michael Corkery join to discuss subprime auto loans and the new ways lenders are cra watch

Ebola in danger of never going away?

Ebola in danger of never going away?

10/04/14 10:59AM

As Americans process the news about an American photojournalist contracting Ebola and the reality that the disease has made its way to US shores undetected, is Ebola in danger of becoming a normal disease in West Africa? NBC’s Mark Potter, Laurie Garrett watch

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