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WH pushes to expand early education

White House pushes to expand early education

12/10/14 04:36PM

Alex Wagner talks to Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to President Obama, about the administration’s plans to expand early childhood education with a $1 billion public-private investment. Later, Jarrett comments on the CIA torture report, and excessive for watch

NFL vows tougher stance on domestic abuse

NFL vows tougher stance on domestic abuse

12/10/14 04:32PM

On Wednesday, NFL owners unanimously approved a new league personal conduct policy following assault allegations against several players. Alex Wagner previews NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s interview with NBC’s Peter Alexander. watch

CIA rebuts Senate's torture report

CIA rebuts Senate's torture report

12/10/14 03:59PM

Senator Angus King discusses the CIA torture report and calls for the president to step in and enforce a cultural shift at the CIA. Later, Sarah Margon and Jonathan Landay join the conversation. watch

Amazon wins fight against workers

Amazon wins fight against workers

12/09/14 04:57PM

Amazon won a fight against its workers Tuesday when the Supreme Court ruled that warehouse workers do not have to be paid for the time they spend in line waiting to pass through security checks at the end of their shifts. watch

What's next after the torture report?

What's next after the torture report?

12/09/14 03:59PM

The summary of the Senate's long-awaited torture report was finally released Tuesday after bitterly fought battles between the CIA, the Senate and the White House. The ACLU's Anthony Romero, The New York Times' Mark Mazzetti and Mother Jones' David Corn j watch

Hope, not cynicism, at Garner protests

12/06/14 04:44PM

“Hands up, don’t shoot.” “No justice, no peace” “This stops today.” Those were just a few of the chants that protesters shouted on the streets of Manhattan Thursday night, referencing the recent deaths of two unarmed black men Michael Brown and Eric Garner. But the mood — unlike the recent looting in Ferguson, Missouri — was anything but violent. read more

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