On Friday's edition of "NOW You're Talkin'," the panel discusses accusations of "mansplaining" being levied at Jamie Dimon for his remarks geared towards Sen. Elizabeth Warren and her understanding of the global banking system. watch
Alex Wagner and panel discuss Hillary Clinton's campaign strategy for 2016, including her increased focus on domestic issues and taking a more personal approach in her rhetoric and campaign message. watch
A Cleveland judge found probable cause that officer Timothy Loehmann, the man who shot and killed 12-year old Tamir Rice, should face a murder charge. The judge also found probable cause to charge officer Frank Garmback with negligent homicide. watch
Jeb Bush is being questioned about his early statements in a 1995 book in which he advocated public shaming to prevent out of wedlock births. Alex Wagner and the NOW guests discuss that and the latest news in the 2016 presidential race. watch
A decision by a federal appellate court to uphold some of the strictest abortion laws in the country is putting about half of the remaining abortion clinics in Texas at risk of closing unless the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes. watch
The lawyer for former McKinney Texas police officer Eric Casebolt speaks to the press about the emotional state Casebolt was in when he decided to forcefully handcuff and draw his gun on a group of black teenagers at a pool party. watch
Jeb Bush's pre-campaign is hitting a rocky point amid his attacks on President Obama's foreign policy and more. Bush moved through three stages of political response to a question about added forces in Iraq. watch
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.