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SCOTUS sits divided over same-sex marriage

The same-sex marriage questions SCOTUS is considering

04/28/15 04:26PM

It was a historic day at the Supreme Court where the 9 justices appear deeply divided over the issue of same-sex marriage. Alex Wagner looks at what’s at stake with Dan Savage from the It Gets Better Project and Chad Griffin from the Human Rights Campaign watch

Baltimore cleans up after night of riots

Baltimore cleans up after night of riots

04/28/15 03:59PM

A day after protests spiraled into chaos, there are troops on the streets of Baltimore as the city cleans up. Alex Wagner talks with Joy Reid, Gabe Gutierrez, Neill Franklin, Kenji Scott, and other members of the community. watch

Is Petraeus getting off too easy?

Is David Petraeus getting off too easy?

04/24/15 04:31PM

On Friday’s edition of “NOW You’re Talkin’,” the panel discusses former CIA director David Petraeus’ sentencing, the possibility that cameras may soon be permitted in the Supreme Court, and how Jeb Bush has been looking pretty svelte lately. watch

Collateral damage of US drone strikes

Collateral damage of US drone strikes

04/24/15 04:02PM

Michael Steele, Naureen Shah, Glenn Thrush, and Peter Baker discuss President Obama's promise to review the deaths of two hostages during a drone strike in Pakistan, and how politicians have addressed U.S. drone policy. watch

When the worlds of music and politics collide

When the worlds of music and politics collide

04/23/15 04:48PM

New York Times music critic Jon Caramanica joins to talk about Marco Rubio's professed love for hip-hop's golden era and how the policies of some politicians can be at odds with those of the artists they listen to. watch

Hillary Clinton faces high-stakes scrutiny

Hillary Clinton faces high-stakes scrutiny

04/23/15 04:14PM

Bloomberg Businessweek's Josh Green and The New York Times' Jeremy Peters discuss the intense public scrutiny on Hillary Clinton when it comes to Benghazi, her email use and Clinton Foundation donors. watch

'Poor door' building attracts 88,000...

'Poor door' building attracts 88,000 applicants

04/22/15 04:32PM

Ben Affleck responds to the controversy after he tried to hide his ancestor's slave-owning past. A New York City building with a separate "poor door" has received 88,000 applicants. And a judge is weighing John Hinckley's bid for freedom. watch

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About NOW With Alex Wagner

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.