First Read: NBC News' Mark Murray joins Craig Melvin to discuss the Democratic response to the Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA's use of enhanced interrogation techniques and an agreement to avoid a government shutdown. watch
Sen. Dianne Feinstein explains why the Senate released the torture report to the public on Tuesday, and says the turmoil and instability around the world will continue for the foreseeable future whether the report was released or not. watch
NBC News’ Ayman Mohyeldin shares details of the Senate torture report released Tuesday, as well as points made in a background briefing including why officials who engaged in the CIA's "enhanced interrogation program" were not named in the report. watch
NBC News’ Chris Jansing reports on the White House’s statement on the torture report, which calls the interrogation program “troubling,” and says the report reinforces President Obama’s view that the program needed to end. watch
Robert Cornegy tells NewsNation guest host Craig Melvin that the NYC council is wearing all black with red armbands on Monday to represent the “blood that has been shed in New York and all over this country.” watch
NYC Councilman Robert Cornegy talks about the new Justice Department guidelines on racial profiling and how it will impact other state laws. Cornegy said these guidelines could “reduce negative interactions between black males and the police department.” watch
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