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Supreme Court okays Texas voter ID law

Supreme Court okays Texas voter ID law

10/18/14 02:52PM

Former Texas Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, and former Ohio Democratic Governor Ted Strickland weigh in on the Supreme Court decision to move forward and allow tighter restrictions on voter ID. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said more than half-a-m watch

An app to reduce sexual assaults?

An app to reduce sexual assaults?

10/18/14 02:43PM

What’s the Big Idea - Good2Go App: President of the “Good 2 Go” app, Lee Ann Allman, speaks with Richard Lui about the idea behind the creation of “Good 2 Go”, which was pulled from Apple’s app store because “it violated their guidelines”. The “Good 2 Go watch

New Ebola guidelines from the CDC

New Ebola guidelines from the CDC

10/18/14 02:01PM

Kristen Welker, Peter Hoetez, and Sarah Dallof weigh in to talk about the new CDC guidelines and the three officials President Obama is sending to Dallas to coordinate responses. There is also a Dallas health care worker who is in isolation aboard a Cari watch

How Ebola affects the body

How Ebola affects the body

10/12/14 03:33PM

Ebola expert: Director of the Infectious Disease Epidemiology Certificate program, Dr. Stephen Morse, who is also a professor at Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia, weighs in on the American nurse who contracted Ebola. watch

Is US equipped to deal with Ebola?

Is US equipped to deal with Ebola?

10/12/14 03:07PM

Ebola analysis: Dr. Natalie Azar, with the NYU Langone Medical Center joins Richard Lui to discuss how a Dallas nurse contracted the Ebola virus, and what the CDC describes as a “breach of protocol.” And is the U.S. equipped to deal with this virus if it watch

Were there ties between CIA and drug deals?

Were there ties between CIA and drug deals?

10/11/14 03:51PM

Nicholas Scow, author of “Kill the Messenger: How the CIA’s Crack-Cocaine Controversy Destroyed Journalist Gary Webb”, speaks with Betty Nguyen about the life of Gary Webb, and the events that led up to his rumored suicide. watch

Polls show tight race for Senate in Kansas

Polls show tight race for Senate in Kansas

10/11/14 03:40PM

Mid-Term Politics: Jon Ralston, political journalist and host of “Ralston Reports”, and Garrett Haake reporter for NBC station KSHB in Kansas City, join Betty Nguyen to talk about the Senate races occurring in Kansas and Kentucky. watch

Who's running US Ebola response?

Who's running US Ebola response?

10/11/14 03:16PM

Ebola Outbreak: Dr. Richard Carmona, the Nation's 17th Surgeon General from 2002 to 2006, joins MSNBC Live to talk with Betty Nguyen about how the U.S. does not currently have a permanent surgeon general in place, during the time of the Ebola health crisi watch

How the vice presidency has changed over time

How the vice presidency has changed over time

10/11/14 02:51PM

Vice Presidency: Washington Veteran, and Syndicated Columnist Jules Witcover talks with Betty Nguyen about his new book “The American Vice President: From Irrelevance to Power”, as well as how the role of Vice President has changed over time. watch

Signs Ebola outbreak is getting worse

Signs Ebola outbreak is getting worse

10/11/14 02:32PM

Ebola Outbreak: Dr. Peter Clement, Coordinator with the World Health Organization, and Dr. Corey Hebert, professor at LSU Health Science Center join forces with Betty Nguyen to weigh in on the Ebola outbreak. Dr. Clement is on the ground in West Africa as watch

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