A day after FBI Director James Comey declared the U.S. at a crossroads in how it approaches race and policing, two new cases of alleged police brutality are sparking outrage. Jamelle Bouie, Paul Butler, and Eugene O’Donnell join Alex Wagner. watch
Outgoing Sony Pictures executive Amy Pascal says it’s because women are not asking for enough money. Alex Wagner talks with Jess McIntosh from Emily’s List and Washington Post Columnist Jonathan Capehart. watch
Some major retailers in New York stopped selling store-brand herbal supplements since tests showed they either don’t contain a key ingredient or are contaminated with other materials. Alex Wagner talks with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. watch
Will the tide of marriage equality sweep over Alabama? Alex Wagner looks at the status of gay marriage in the South with The Advocate’s Matthew Breen and the Human Rights Campaign’s Chad Griffin. watch
The parents of U.S. journalist Austin Tice, kidnapped two and a half years ago in Syria, said Wednesday they have not heard directly from President Obama and described communications with the U.S. government as "exquisitely horrible."
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Bryan Stevenson, author of "Just Mercy," joins Alex Wagner to discuss a horrific aspect of America's complex relationship with race: The massive spate of lynchings that took place in the U.S. with alarming frequency throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. watch
2 years into his captivity, the parents of Austin Tice have launched a campaign to spread awareness of their missing son, who is believed to have been kidnapped in Syria. Marc and Debra Tice share their story with Alex Wagner. watch
A new smart TV can listen to your conversations and send your personal information to a third-party. Meanwhile, drones are being used for just about everything. Ben Labolt, Joy Reid and Judy Gold discuss. watch
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
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
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