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No easy answers against ISIS in Syria

No easy answers against ISIS in Syria

09/10/14 08:18PM

Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, discusses whether the resources exist in the Middle East to assemble a ground army to support U.S. airstrikes against ISIS and the potential pitfalls inherent in doing so. watch

US measures response to match ISIS threat

US measures response to match ISIS threat

09/10/14 08:07PM

Michael Leiter, former director of the United States National Counterterrorism Center, discusses whether the U.S. response to ISIS and the treat Americans perceive from the group is suited to the actual threat. An msnbc panel discusses. watch

When will Obama act on immigration?

When will Obama act on immigration?

09/01/14 11:30AM

President Obama promised in June that he would act on immigration by the end of summer and millions are still waiting. When will the president act and how will reform affect the midterms? Maria Teresa Kumar, CEO of Voto Latino, joins Richard Lui to discus watch

Should the US copy Britain's strategy...

Should the US copy Britain's strategy against ISIS?

09/01/14 11:03AM

On Monday, the U.K. announced major new domestic security programs that will allow it to block British citizens from returning home if they fight with ISIS. Should the U.S. follow Britain's lead and do the same? Former Ambassador Marc Ginsberg and Retired watch

Ferguson police start wearing body cameras

Ferguson police start wearing body cameras

09/01/14 09:34AM

Defense attorney Eric Guster talks about new body cameras the Ferguson police department has started wearing just as five Ferguson protesters are moving forward with lawsuits against the police for excessive force. watch

Michael Sam's NFL career over before it...

Michael Sam's NFL career over before it began?

09/01/14 08:13AM

Michael Sam, the first openly gay NFL draftee, was dropped by the St. Louis Rams on Saturday. Now a free agent, does Sam still have a chance to make history as the first openly gay NFL player? Sports Illustrated’s Kostya Kennedy discusses. watch

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