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10/29/14 11:02AM

On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, MSNBC is celebrating #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. watch

Big Idea: Making mind reading a reality

Big Idea: Making mind reading a reality

10/26/14 03:52PM

What’s the Big Idea: Alvaro Pascual-Leone, a Neurology Professor at Harvard Medical School talks with Richard Lui about turning mind-reading into a reality. Using only a digital connection to link their brains, people are able to send and receive greeting watch

New initiative to prevent military suicides

New initiative to prevent military suicides

10/26/14 03:44PM

The Invisible Front: Managing Editor at “Foreign Policy” Yochi Dreazen, talks with Richard Lui about his new book “The Invisible Front: Love and Loss in an Era of Endless War”, and speaks on the Defense Department’s urgent need to reduce suicide among... watch

Is Ebola the 'October surprise' this midterm?

Is Ebola the 'October surprise' this midterm?

10/26/14 03:29PM

The Brain Trust: With nine days left before elections, Democratic Pollster Fred Yang, RNC’s National Press Secretary Kirsten Kukowski and, NBC News Senior Political Reporter Perry Bacon, join the Brain Trust to talk about whether or not Ebola will be this watch

Report: WH pushes against NJ & NY quarantine

Report: WH pushes against NJ & NY quarantine

10/26/14 03:01PM

Ebola Latest: White House Correspondent Kristen Welker and Harvard School of Public Health Dr. Ashish Jha, talk with Richard Lui about the newly issued 21-day quarantine for health workers returning from West Africa. They also talk about the states going watch

How close is West Africa to famine?

How close is West Africa to famine?

10/25/14 03:44PM

Ebola in Africa: Gon Myers is with the World Food Programme, and he talks with Richard Lui from Sierra Leone about how close the countries hit by Ebola are to an all-out famine, and the precautions they are taking when delivering food to Ebola infected ar watch

Series of leaks emerge in Brown investigation

Series of leaks emerge in Michael Brown investigation

10/25/14 03:31PM

NBC Contributor Raul Reyes, Forensic Pathologist Dr. Judy Melinek, and Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal join the Brain Trust to talk about the series of leaks emerging in the investigation into the Ferguson, Missouri shooting of unarmed teen M watch

Teen creates sensor to help Alzheimer’s...

Teen creates sensor to help Alzheimer’s patients

10/25/14 02:51PM

Today’s Big Idea comes from Kenneth Shinozuka, a sixteen year old who created a sensor to inform caregivers when an Alzheimer’s patient is wandering. Kenneth Shinozuka and Mariette Dichristina, Editor in Chief of Scientific American, talk with Richard Lui watch

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