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Breaking down the Michael Brown legal case

Breaking down the Michael Brown legal case

08/20/14 11:03AM

Criminal defense attorney John Burris talks about the civil rights investigation into the Michael Brown shooting. Burris says that the gathering of all available evidence is most vital to the investigation. Rep. John Conyers also joins to discuss the exce watch

First Read: Clintons to Iowa

First Read: Clintons to Iowa

08/19/14 11:48AM

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is headed to Iowa for the first time since 2008, when she lost the caucuses to the then-Sen. Barack Obama. NBC’s Mark Murray reports. watch

‘Human rights crisis’ in Ferguson

‘Human rights crisis’ in Ferguson

08/19/14 11:40AM

Steven Hawkins of Amnesty International talks about the excessive force being used by the police and why it’s a “clear violation of human rights standards.” Hawkins says more guidance is needed on how police should respond to “peaceful protest activity.” watch

Ferguson mayor: There's no racial divide here

Ferguson mayor: There's no racial divide here

08/19/14 11:32AM

Ferguson Mayor James Knowles tells NewsNation's Tamron Hall that there is “no racial divide” in the area and that’s the “perspective of all residents in our city.” He says the violent protests are “not representative of us” and the Ferguson has been a... watch

Seeking justice for Mike Brown

Seeking justice for Mike Brown

08/19/14 11:05AM

Areva Martin talks about the upcoming legal proceedings for the Mike Brown case and gives a timeline for possible events. Democratic committeewoman Patricia Bynes then joins to talk about the spike in violent protests overnight. watch

Ferguson protests differ as day becomes night

Ferguson protests differ as day becomes night

08/19/14 11:01AM

Msnbc.com’s Zack Roth and Amanda Sakuma joins NewsNation live from Ferguson, Mo., to talk about protests. Sakuma talks about the residents trying to clean up the area during the day and the younger, “rowdy” crowd protesting at night. Roth then turns the c watch

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