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Is it time to open up the debates?

Is it time to open up the debates?

03/20/15 07:51AM

A bipartisan group wants the National Commission on Presidential Debates to alter the rules, making it easier for Independents and third party candidates to appear in debates. Msnbc's Kasie Hunt reports. watch

'Internalized homophobia' rises in fashion...

'Internalized homophobia' rises in fashion fight

03/18/15 02:09PM

Out There: Fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are facing a backlash over their comments on gay adoption and in vitro fertilization. Elton John has called for a boycott via social media. The Advocate's Matthew Breen joins Thomas... watch

Making LGBT parade history in Boston and NYC

Making LGBT parade history in Boston and NYC

03/18/15 01:55PM

Out There: For the first time in the 254-year history of New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade, an LGBT group marched up Fifth Avenue. Thomas Roberts along with Out@NBCUniversal marched in the parade along with MSNBC.com reporter Emma Margolin. Also... watch

Trans man takes on bill with bathroom selfies

Trans man takes on bill with bathroom selfies

03/18/15 01:20PM

Out There: Minnesota trangender man Michael Hughes is protesting recently proposed legislation in his state that would require him to use restrooms that do not match his gender identity. Hughes joins Out There to discuss how his selfie campaign has... watch

Will Ferguson ever be able to recover?

Will Ferguson ever be able to recover?

03/16/15 10:42AM

Days ago, Jeffrey Williams, was arrested and charged with shooting two Ferguson police officers, just after the Department of Justice released its report on the discrimination within the Ferguson police department. Msnbc reporter Amanda Sakuma and USA... watch

Will Tom Cotton be the reason for GOP losses?

Will Tom Cotton be the reason for GOP losses?

03/16/15 10:15AM

Bob Cusack, Editor in Chief of "The Hill" and Associated Press Political Reporter Charles Babington look at Congress’s letter on Iran, headed by freshman Senator Tom Cotton, and whether Cotton is the new division between moderate and right-wing... watch

Death of ocean life and global food security

Death of ocean life and global food security

03/12/15 04:16PM

Tim McDonnell of Mother Jones joins Nicholas Rohl, the founder of Fishlove, to talk about the power of celebrities posing nude with ocean life. Fishlove is produced by Nicholas Röhl, co-owner of Japanese restaurant MOSHIMO, based in Brighton, UK. watch

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