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50 years since Selma’s 'Bloody Sunday'

50 years since Selma’s 'Bloody Sunday'

03/06/15 04:15PM

Msnbc national correspondent Joy Reid and former White House faith-based initiatives director Joshua DuBois discuss Selma, Alabama’s iconic civil rights march and the ways in which equality remains an issue in America. watch

Sheryl Sandberg: 'Choreplay is real'

Sheryl Sandberg: 'Choreplay is real'

03/05/15 04:32PM

In an effort to get men involved in the fight for women's equality, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has launched a new campaign called "Lean In Together." Steve Kornacki, Janet Mock and Julia Turner join to discuss the controversy over the campaign and... watch

Katy Perry cashes in on ‘Left Shark’

Katy Perry cashes in on ‘Left Shark’

03/04/15 04:31PM

Chris Hayes, Dorian Warren, and Ana Marie Cox take on today’s top internet stories, including McDonald’s commitment to curbing antibiotic-raised chicken purchases, Katy Perry’s attempt to capitalize off of “Left Shark,” and Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision watch

Katy Perry cashes in on ‘Left Shark’

Katy Perry cashes in on ‘Left Shark’

03/04/15 04:31PM

Chris Hayes, Dorian Warren, and Ana Marie Cox take on today’s top internet stories, including McDonald’s commitment to curbing antibiotic-raised chicken purchases, Katy Perry’s attempt to capitalize off of “Left Shark,” and Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision watch

Hillary Clinton’s got mail

Hillary Clinton’s got mail

03/04/15 04:16PM

Hillary Clinton’s decision to use a personal email account during her tenure as Sec. of State has come under fire from the Republican-led house. Shane Harris and Nicholas Confessore explore the controversy. watch

Hillary Clinton’s got mail

Hillary Clinton’s got mail

03/04/15 04:16PM

Hillary Clinton’s decision to use a personal email account during her tenure as Sec. of State has come under fire from the Republican-led house. Shane Harris and Nicholas Confessore explore the controversy. watch

Report links climate change to Syria conflict

Report links climate change to Syria conflict

03/03/15 04:51PM

A new study finds climate change exacerbated the worst drought ever in modern Syria, bringing about social unrest and pushing the country into civil war . Dr. Peter Gleick, co-founder and president of the Pacific Institute, elaborates on these findings. watch

Google: the new 'Ministry of Truth?'

Is Google becoming the 'Ministry of Truth?'

03/03/15 04:34PM

Joan Walsh, Janell Ross, and Josh Barro review some top talkers: Google is looking to “rank websites according to their truthfulness,” Rep. Aaron Schock is reimbursing taxpayers for his private planes, and Tinder is upping costs for those over 30. watch

Netanyahu warns against 'a very bad deal'

Netanyahu warns against 'a very bad deal'

03/03/15 04:00PM

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu gave his much-anticipated speech to Congress, highlighting his opinion against current nuclear negotiations with Iran. Also on Capitol Hill today, the House passed a clean bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security. watch

Netanyahu’s US trip sparks tensions

Netanyahu’s US trip sparks tensions

03/02/15 05:32PM

David Corn and Jeremy Ben-Ami discuss Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit and its potential impact on U.S.-Israel relations and Iran nuclear negotiations. Then, Luke Russert examines the expected procedural Senate vote on DHS funding. watch

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