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A Benghazi hearing 'worth having'

A Benghazi hearing 'worth having'

09/16/14 04:53PM

What will happen at the House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing, and how likely is it to devolve into chaos? Alex Wagner discusses with Mother Jones’ David Corn and Buzzfeed’s John Stanton. watch

A ‘generational’ fight against ISIS?

A ‘generational’ fight against ISIS?

09/16/14 04:29PM

President Obama’s top military advisors say the battle against ISIS may be a problem that could last through the next generation. Alex Wagner talks with the Council on Foreign Relations’ Steven Cook and the Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne about the Senate h watch

Obama leads int’l effort to stop Ebola

Pres. Obama leads international effort to stop Ebola

09/16/14 04:14PM

Alex Wagner talks with NBC News Chief Medical Editor Dr. Nancy Synderman, former White House advisor on Health Policy Zeke Emanuel, and Politico’s Glenn Thrush about what the U.S. is doing to help prevent the deadly Ebola outbreak from spreading further. watch

26 countries back fight against ISIS in Iraq

26 countries back fight against ISIS in Iraq

09/15/14 05:51PM

The broad coalition against ISIS in Iraq edged closer to reality Monday when a group of 26 countries signed a pledge in Paris agreeing to help the Iraq government. Reuters’ David Rohde and the New York Times’ Peter Baker join to discuss. watch

Is Goodell doing enough to resolve problems?

Is Goodell doing enough to resolve problems?

09/15/14 04:30PM

As NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell tries to get a handle on the domestic abuse scandals facing the league, a star running back indicted for child abuse is cleared to suit up. Terry O’Neill from the National Organization for Women, The Huffington Post’s Sam watch

Almost 5,000 cases of Ebola reported globally

Almost 5,000 cases of Ebola reported globally

09/12/14 04:34PM

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, joins Ari Melber to discuss the global Ebola outbreak, and how much Americans should be worried about it spreading within the country. watch

Pentagon: We are at war with ISIS

Pentagon: We are at war with ISIS

09/12/14 03:59PM

The Pentagon, White House and State Department officially announced Friday that the U.S. is at war with ISIS. NBC's Chris Jansing, Michele Flournoy and Fmr. Sen. Richard Lugar discuss the implications of that new label. watch

What ISIS campaign will look like on ground

What ISIS campaign will look like on the ground

09/11/14 04:33PM

Investigative journalist and Oscar nominee Jeremy Scahill, who has reported on U.S. counter-terror operations from Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, and Yemem, talks with Ari Melber about how the new campaign against ISIS will look on the ground. watch

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