The U.S. government crushed over a ton of poached ivory in the middle of Times Square to educate consumers of the dangers of elephant poaching and to declare that the poaching trade will not be tolerated. watch
The controversial Confederate flag is still flying on South Carolina's capitol grounds as Charleston mourns the loss of nine black residents killed by a man who endorsed that same flag and as many are calling for the flag's removal. watch
Dylann Roof, 21, was charged with 9 counts of murder after carrying out a massacre at one of the nation’s most historic black churches. Roof appeared in court via closed-circuit TV at a bond hearing, where families of the victims expressed raw emotion. watch
The Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina carries a tremendous spot in America’s history and remains a home of black civic engagement. Rev. Joseph Darby, The New Republic’s Jamil Smith ,and First Look Media’s Eric Bates join Alex Wagner. watch
Eric Bates, Marc Morial, Jelani Cobb, and State Rep. Todd Rutherford join Alex Wagner to examine the elements involved in the deadly mass shooting at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina. watch
Alex Wagner and her guests break down these big stories: Rep. Darrell Issa threw a fit at the Benghazi hearing, the House voted down a resolution that would have required 3,000+ troops to leave Iraq by the end of the year absent a new AUMF, and Republicans freaked out over their Obamacare strategy. watch
Jeb Bush says he believes in comprehensive immigration reform, saying parents of Dreamers should have a chance at earned legal status, but not citizenship. And he certainly isn’t backing President Obama's actions on deferred deportation. watch
NOW with Alex Wagner is an Emmy-nominated show that aired weekdays on MSNBC from November 2011 to July 2015. Alex and her NOWists gave a fresh perspective on news stories and helped audiences go deeper in understanding the news of the day.