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Supreme Court to hear affirmative action case

Supreme Court to hear affirmative action case

12/06/15 10:26AM

An affirmative action case returns to the Supreme Court, prompting MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry and her panel to discuss the arguments for affirmative action and possible alternatives for more truly diverse campuses. watch

'MHP' Syllabus: 12.6.15

12/05/15 06:12PM

This Sunday in #nerdland: The latest on the San Bernardino shooting, the Supreme Court and affirmative action, President Obama’s evolution on guns and terror, 2016 politics and terrorism, and the new movie, Chi-Raq.  On Wednesday, Supreme Court justices will begin hearing a case that could end race-conscious admission policies at colleges. The... read more

Headlines you may have missed

Headlines you may have missed

12/05/15 11:53AM

MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry shares some of the headlines that may have been missed this past week, including a major infrastructure bill clearing in congress and the First Lady reading “The Night Before Christmas” with Miss Piggy. watch

Family: No indication of radicalization

Family: No indication of radicalization

12/05/15 11:44AM

A lot of questions are still surrounding the shooting suspects in the San Bernardino attack and their family life. Associate Professor at the Princeton Theological Seminary, Yolanda Pierce, MSNBC’s Col. Jack Jacobs, Executive Director of the Terror Asymmetrics Project, Malcom Nance, and co-founder of MPower Change, Linda Sarsour try to explain... watch

ISIS sympathizers in America

ISIS sympathizers in America

12/05/15 11:34AM

Associate Professor at the Princeton Theological Seminary, Yolanda Pierce, MSNBC’s Col. Jack Jacobs, Executive Director of the Terror Asymmetrics Project, Malcom Nance, and co-founder of MPower Change, Linda Sarsour discuss the GWU Report that states 56 terrorism arrests were made in the 2015 in the U.S. watch

What does this task force mean for the US?

What does this task force mean for the US?

12/05/15 11:24AM

This week, Defense Secretary Ash Carter told a House hearing that the Pentagon will expand its special operation force in Iraq and Syria to fight ISIS. MSNBC’s Col. Jack Jacobs, Executive Director of the Terror Asymmetrics Project, Malcom Nance, explain what this means for the U.S. watch

FBI still trying to find the motive

FBI still trying to find the motive

12/05/15 10:59AM

Reuters is reporting that ISIS said in an online radio broadcast that followers of the group carried out the attacks in San Bernardino. MSNBC’s Chris Jansing explains how this affects the investigation. watch

Why did it take 13 months?

Why did it take 13 months?

12/05/15 10:30AM

The question of accountability has hounded Chicago Mayor, Rahm Emmanuel, since the video showing the police shooting death of Laquan McDonald prompted a demand for answers about why it took 13 months and a court order to force to city of Chicago to release the footage and bring charges against the officer. Professor at John Jay College of... watch

Debate over ‘thoughts and prayers’ sentiment

Debate over ‘thoughts and prayers’ sentiment

12/05/15 10:21AM

In the immediate aftermath of the San Bernardino shooting, an offering of thoughts and prayers to the victims and their families spread across social media. This has become a common reaction, but some are suggesting that thoughts and prayers aren’t enough. The President of the Auburn Seminary, Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson and an Associate... watch

'MHP' Syllabus: 12.5.15

12/04/15 07:36PM

This Saturday in #nerdland: Defining terror, guns & money, accountability, toll of guns on the American psyche, troop plans for fighting ISIS, plus a chat with a former police superintendent.We’ll start the morning by bringing you the latest on the San Bernardino shooting which the FBI is investigating as an instance of terrorism. Melissa... read more

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MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry provides edgy analysis and guest-driven discussion of political, cultural and community issues.