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The front lines of the fight against hunger

The front lines of the fight against hunger

12/04/14 04:45PM

In the latest installment of Alex Wagner’s “Invisible US” series, she talked to people in New York affected by the expiration of billions in food stamp funding. Frank Bruni and Lori Silverbush also join to discuss. watch

New York Congressmen: 'No more’

New York Congressmen: America must say ‘no more’

12/03/14 04:52PM

Congressmen Gregory Meeks and Charles Rangel talk about America’s tenuous history with police and communities of color. Then, the lawmakers question the Staten Island District Attorney’s tactics in trying to get an indictment in the Eric Garner case and s watch

Can trajectory of climate change be stopped?

Can trajectory of climate change be stopped?

12/02/14 04:47PM

As 2014 already promises to be the warmest year on record, scientists say much of the damage done by climate change is irreversible. M. Sanjayan from Conservation International takes a look at what leaders are doing to prevent the worst case scenario. watch

Debunking the food stamp ‘fraud’ narrative

Debunking the food stamp ‘fraud’ narrative

12/02/14 04:29PM

As the new Republican-led Congress gears up for a review of the federal food stamp program, Alex Wagner went to Owsley County, Kentucky, one of the poorest counties in America, to see what it’s really like to rely on food assistance. Rep. Jim McGovern,... watch

Why Temple cut ties with Cosby

Why Temple cut ties with Cosby

12/02/14 04:16PM

After three decades on the board at Temple University, Bill Cosby has resigned amid allegations of sexual assault. Alex Wagner speaks to the college’s Student Body President Raymond Smeriglio about their push to oust Cosby. watch

Shining a light on food insecurity

12/01/14 03:50PM

Hunger is a silent epidemic affecting a growing number of children in the United States. Last year nearly 16 million American children lived in households that struggled to put food on the table. NOW with Alex Wagner traveled to Owsley County, Kentucky – one of the poorest counties in America – to see first-hand how families are working to provide enough food for their children. read more

CO ‘pot barons’ making a mint – legally

Marijuana merchants making a mint - legally

11/26/14 04:53PM

Tripp Keber joins to discuss the wild world of ‘pot barons:’ Savvy entrepreneurs who are turning the new legal marijuana industry in Colorado into a gold mine. The new series ‘Pot Barons of Colorado’ premieres on Sunday, November 30th at 10pm EST on MSNBC watch

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