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John Mayer, 'recovered ego addict'

John Mayer, 'recovered ego addict'

03/07/15 05:03PM

7-time Grammy winner John Mayer breaks a self-imposed exile from the spotlight for an uncensored interview with Ronan Farrow, weighing in on everyone from Iggy Azalea to Taylor Swift and explaining his journey to a brand new chapter in life. watch

Carole King: 'I never thought about gender'

Carole King: 'I never thought about gender'

03/07/15 05:00PM

Carole King is the voice of a generation. Her life is even a Broadway hit. The icon tells Ronan Farrow about navigating obstacles from gender stereotypes to domestic abuse - and political relationships from Hillary Clinton to Barack Obama. watch

A real setback for marriage in Alabama

A real setback for marriage in Alabama

03/04/15 12:45PM

Out There: The Alabama Supreme Court on Tuesday halted same-sex marriage licenses from being issued in the state. And last week, same-sex couples whose arguments for marriage equality will be head by the Supreme Court filed their first briefs. MSNBC... watch

LGBT youth engaging in 'survival sex': study

LGBT youth engaging in 'survival sex': study

03/04/15 12:20PM

Out There: A new study of LGBT youth in New York City shows that many are turning to 'survival sex' to meet their basic needs. The study's author Meredith Dank and the Ali Forney Center's Carl Siciliano join Thomas Roberts to discuss. watch

Who's behind the Nicaraguan Canal?

Who's behind the Nicaraguan Canal?

02/26/15 05:44PM

Late last year, Nicaragua broke ground on a $50 billion canal that would connect the world's great oceans and make the Panama canal look like slip and slide. But what's the environmental cost? The Guardian's Jon Watts tried to find out. watch

OITNB’s 'Black Cindy': From food stamps to...

OITNB’s 'Black Cindy': From food stamps to stardom

02/25/15 04:55PM

Krystal Clear Exclusive: Fresh off Patricia Arquette’s Oscar call for wage equality, actress Adrienne C. Moore – “Black Cindy” from Orange is the New Black – partners with the Make It Work campaign to unveil a comedic look at how women really do it all. watch

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