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Torture report expected

Torture report expected

12/08/14 05:22AM

Msnbc's Jane Timm joins First Look to talk about the upcoming release of the Senate report on CIA torture method used on 9/11 suspects. watch

Help support the food backpack program for...

Help support the food backpack program for kids

12/02/14 12:02PM

NOW with Alex Wagner and MSNBC are teaming up to help support the Owsley County Outreach initiative called The Food Backpack Program. This program sends underprivileged students in Owsley County, KY home each weekend with a backpack filled with seven... watch

Ray Rice wins appeal

Ray Rice wins appeal

11/28/14 03:30PM

A legal source tells NBC Sports that Ray Rice won his appeal of his indefinite suspension from the NFL, meaning Rice could be reinstated immediately. watch

Black Friday protests aim to draw...

Black Friday protests aim to draw attention to Ferguson

11/28/14 02:14PM

Some Ferguson protesters are expressing their intention not to take part in the busiest shopping day of the year. The Washington Post’s Wesley Lowery reports on the latest from Ferguson and the calls to “Boycott Black Friday,” or “Blackout Black Friday.” watch

The top holiday movies to watch

The top holiday movies to watch

11/28/14 11:50AM

It’s the season for blockbuster. In Touch Weekly’s Kim Serafin gives Alex Witt a rundown of the top holiday movies worth watching this year, including “The Theory of Everything” and “Foxcatcher.” watch

It’s ‘Green Friday’ for marijuana sellers

It’s ‘Green Friday’ for marijuana sellers

11/28/14 11:47AM

People are lining up at pot stores for big bargains on the first Black Friday since legal recreational marijuana went on sale in Colorado. Ryan Fox, the owner of “Grass Station” in Denver, talks with Alex Witt about why “Green Friday” is taking off. watch

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