Jamelle Bouie, Janell Ross and Benjamin Wallis-Wells discuss prosecutor Marilyn Mosby's speedy timeline for charging the police officers involved in Freddy Gray's death, which some commentators have questioned. watch
This month marks the firstr anniversary of the kidnapping of over 200 girls by the Nigeria-based terror group Boko Haram. One year and one international campaign later, all but a handful of those 276 schoolgirls are still missing. Then, late yesterday, the Nigerian Army announced that it had rescued some 200 girls and 93 women from the country&... read more
Brittney Cooper and Ari Berman discuss the debate over whether "thug" is the new n-word, following President Obama and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake using the word to describe Baltimore protesters. watch
Baltimore City Councilman Carl Stokes talks about police-community relations, saying the connection deteriorated after programs were eliminated with a new mayor and police commissioner in the early 2000s. He said cutting programs "broke a bond." watch
It was a historic day at the Supreme Court where the 9 justices appear deeply divided over the issue of same-sex marriage. Alex Wagner looks at what’s at stake with Dan Savage from the It Gets Better Project and Chad Griffin from the Human Rights Campaign watch
A day after protests spiraled into chaos, there are troops on the streets of Baltimore as the city cleans up. Alex Wagner talks with Joy Reid, Gabe Gutierrez, Neill Franklin, Kenji Scott, and other members of the community. watch
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