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Alabama judges defy federal ruling

Several Alabama judges defying federal ruling

02/09/15 05:14PM

Alabama officially became the 37th state to allow same-sex marriages. As couples line up in Birmingham and Montgomery to tie the knot, small town judges are openly refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses. watch

“Serial” appeal granted to Adnan Syed

“Serial” appeal granted to Adnan Syed

02/09/15 04:46PM

A Maryland court has granted Adnan Syed, the subject of the popular podcast “Serial,” the right to appeal his murder conviction from 2000. Chris Hayes, Mike Pesca, and Seema Iyer join Alex Wagner to discuss the implications. watch

A look inside Boston’s snow farms

A look inside Boston’s snow farms

02/09/15 04:14PM

A record-breaking winter brings another wallop to the Northeast. The winter storm has dumped over a foot of snow in Boston since Saturday. Msnbc’s Adam Reiss checks in from one of Boston’s snow farms. watch

Katy Perry's lawyers: Hands off 'left shark'

Katy Perry's lawyers: Hands off 'left shark'

02/06/15 04:32PM

Katy Perry's lawyers are taking a bite out of a vendor selling "left shark" figurines. Meanwhile, Harvard has officially banned its teachers from having sex with students. Josh Barro, Seaton Smith, and Austan Goolsbee discuss. watch

Is Rand Paul aiming to be troller-in-chief?

Is Rand Paul aiming to be troller-in-chief?

02/06/15 04:16PM

Sen. Rand Paul and his staffers are using Twitter to take down his potential 2016 rivals. Fmr. Rep. Patrick Murphy and Glenn Thrush discuss the risk of Rand Paul's social media strategy. watch

ISIS hostage death claims met with skepticism

ISIS hostage death claims met with skepticism

02/06/15 03:59PM

According to Flashpoint intelligence, ISIS is claiming a U.S. hostage was killed in Jordanian airstrikes. NBC News' Keir Simmons reports on Jordan's response. Then, Ayman Mohyeldin, Evan Kohlmann and Michael O'Hanlon discuss attempts by ISIS to... watch

Reading Putin’s body language

Reading Putin’s body language

02/05/15 04:34PM

A study from a Pentagon think tank theorizes that Vladimir Putin may have Asperger’s syndrome, writing, “His primary form of compensation is extreme control... reflected in his decision style and how he governs." watch

Obama: ISIS a ‘brutal, vicious death cult’

Obama: ISIS a ‘brutal, vicious death cult’

02/05/15 04:00PM

How concerned is the Arab world about the rise of Islamic extremism? Zainab Salbi, founder of Women for Women International, Ayman Mohyeldin, NBC News Foreign Correspondent, and Joshua DuBois, former director of WH faith outreach programs, join the table. watch

More and more support relations with Cuba

More and more support relations with Cuba

02/04/15 04:48PM

Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC) reflects with Alex Wagner on the increasing support, from the public and various congressmen, for efforts to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba. watch

Ethics complaint introduces ‘Decorate-Gate’

Ethics complaint introduces ‘Decorate-Gate’

02/04/15 04:32PM

A watchdog group has filed a complaint alleging that Rep. Aaron Schock’s lavishly-decorated congressional office violates House rules on accepting gifts. Washington Post Political Features writer Ben Terris, who broke the story, joins the discussion. watch

Obama’s ‘YOLO’ strategy

Obama’s ‘YOLO’ strategy

02/04/15 04:14PM

The NOW panel looks at the circumstances behind President Obama’s meeting today with six “Dreamers” who have benefited from his Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. watch

Guess who’s playing the ‘grandma card?’

Guess who’s playing the ‘grandma card?’

02/03/15 04:32PM

Hillary Clinton weighed in on the vaccinations debate, using the hashtag #GrandmothersKnowBest. Glenn Thrush and David Corn discuss whether Hillary will play the "grandmother card" or take a "hip" approach in a 2016 campaign. watch

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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.