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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

Doctor: 16-day quarantine makes more sense

Doctor: 16-day quarantine makes more sense

10/25/14 02:27PM

Ebola Quarantine: Dr. Peter Hotez, of the Baylor College of Medicine speaks with Richard Lui to separate fact from fiction on how doctors rid the body of Ebola, as well the new quarantine regulations in three states. watch

Pope Francis suffers setback on gay policy

Pope Francis suffers setback on gay policy

10/19/14 03:43PM

Catholic Church: NBC’s Anne Thompson, who covers the Vatican, interviewed and traveled with the Pope, joins Richard Lui to talk about the change of heart made by the Vatican regarding same-sex marriage and divorcees. watch

Fmr. HHS Sec.: Blanket travel ban a bad idea

Fmr. HHS Sec.: Blanket travel ban a bad idea

10/19/14 03:07PM

Ebola Fallout: Michael Leavitt, who served as Secretary of Health and Human Services Secretary during President George W. Bush’s second term, talks with Richard Lui about the problems he sees using a travel ban to contain Ebola. Leavitt was in charge... watch

Democrats trying to shake off 'six-year itch'

Democrats trying to shake off 'six-year itch'

10/18/14 03:51PM

Politics editor for “Roll Call”, Shira Center, speaks with Richard Lui about how the Democrats plan to shake-off what’s been labeled as the “six year itch” by political watchers, as well as the first lady campaigning in Florida, and the president in Maryl watch

'Many missteps along the way' in Ebola crisis

'Many missteps along the way' in US Ebola crisis

10/18/14 03:34PM

Brain Trust: Dr. Natalie Azar, Ann Twomey, President of Health Professionals and Allied Employees, and Anthony Roman, President of Roman and Associates, join the Brain Trust to talk about the ability to control the spread of Ebola, and also evaluate the W watch

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