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An end date for America’s longest war

An end date for America’s longest war

05/27/14 04:01PM

A day before he’s expected to lay out his post-war policy vision, President Obama announced new troop levels in the wind down to the war in Afghanistan. Alex Wagner discusses with White House Deputy National Security Advisor Tony Blinken, the Huffington P watch

What does acknowledging prejudices do?

What does acknowledging prejudices do?

05/23/14 04:45PM

Georgetown Prof. Michael Eric Dyson and Slate’s Jamelle Bouie look at Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s candid thoughts on his own prejudices and talk about America’s broader conversation on race. watch

A deep look at the Koch dynasty

A deep look at the Koch dynasty

05/23/14 04:31PM

Author Daniel Schulman talks with Alex Wagner about his work looking at the constellation of think tanks, advocacy groups, PACs, and trade organizations around the Koch brothers. watch

Marriage equality has a big week

Marriage equality has a big week

05/23/14 04:14PM

A federal court struck down a same-sex marriage ban in Oregon, bringing the number of states where gay couples can marry to 19. Prop 8 attorney Ted Boutrous talks about the status of gay marriage nationwide with Alex Wagner. watch

Growing up Geist

Growing up Geist

05/22/14 04:47PM

Willie Geist, co-host of “TODAY” and “Morning Joe,” joins Alex Wagner to discuss his new book, “Good Talk, Dad.” watch

Justice Alito halts Missouri execution

Justice Alito halts Missouri execution

05/21/14 04:58PM

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito issued a stay of execution for Missouri inmate, Russell Bucklew. Bucklew's lawyers argued that their client would suffer from lethal injection due to a medical condition. watch

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