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Will new Gaza cease-fire proposal work?

Will new Gaza cease-fire proposal work?

08/04/14 04:16PM

As Palestinian factions in Cairo reportedly agree to a 72-hour cease-fire, will it actually work if it is implemented? Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren and Human Rights Watch's Kenneth Roth join to discuss the latest. watch

Middle East cease-fire crumbles

Middle East cease-fire crumbles

08/01/14 05:11PM

Despite the hope of a cease-fire, the bloody conflict between Israel and Hamas continues. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports from Gaza and Ezra Klein discusses the situation with the Council on Foreign Relations’ Robert Danin. watch

What’s next for the border bill?

What’s next for the border bill?

08/01/14 04:15PM

So much for a meaningful solution to the humanitarian crisis on the border. Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, D-Fla., and the AP’s Julie Pace discuss border legislation with Ezra Klein. watch

House GOP delays recess

House GOP delays recess

07/31/14 04:58PM

The House will not take its scheduled recess but instead will in DC for a minimum of one extra day. NBC's Luke Russert joins Alex Wagner to discuss. watch

New drama centers on wrongful convictions

New drama centers on wrongful convictions

07/31/14 04:47PM

“Scandal” star, creator and executive producer of ‘The Divide,’ Tony Goldwyn, joins Alex Wagner to discuss the new series and the flawed forensic evidence that led to the conviction of hundreds of potentially innocent people. watch

CIA director apologizes for spying

CIA director apologizes for spying

07/31/14 04:32PM

CIA director, John Brennan, apologized for spying on members of the Senate Intelligence Committee after previously denying the accusations. Jonathan Landay, McClatchy Newspapers’ senior national security and intelligence correspondent, join Alex Wagner to watch

Two senators tackle the war on drugs

Two senators tackle the war on drugs

07/31/14 04:23PM

Rand Paul and Cory Booker paired up to create the REDEEM act that would change the country’s flawed criminal justice system, specifically for minors. Ari Melber, The Cycle’s co-host, and former RNC chairman Michael Steele, join Alex Wagner to discuss. watch

Fast food workers and activists demonstrate outside the McDonald's corporate campus on May 21, 2014 in Oak Brook, Illinois.

Fast Food Workers Win Major Victory

07/31/14 01:27PM

The American worker won a major victory Tuesday. The General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board -- a panel tasked with regulating disputes between workers and their employers --ruled that the country's highest grossing fast food chain, McDonald’s, is "jointly responsible" for certain labor violations at its restaurants. read more

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