After one of the most political Super Bowls in recent memory, six New England Patriots players are taking a strong political stand. Dave Zirin of The Nation Magazine and former college basketball player and Obama aide Will Jawando join to discuss. watch
What does Betsy DeVos's nomination as Education Secretary mean for the future of public education and America's diverse student population? Randy Weingarten from the American Federation of Teachers and former Obama aide Will Jawando join to discuss. watch
President Donald Trump blames voter fraud for losing the popular vote. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss voter suppression and why Democrats are seeking to create a commission on Russia hacking the election. watch
Within an hour of the inauguration, Donald Trump's Housing Department made a move that will raise mortgage rates for first-time home buyers. Aisha Moodie-Mills of Victory Fund and Republican consultant Katon Dawson discuss the new Trump administration and the Women's Day marches. watch
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to vote on Rex Tillerson's nomination for secretary of state. MSNBC's Ali Velshi and Malcolm Nance, author of "The Plot To Hack America," join to discuss. watch
What will become of Loretta Lynch's legacy if Senator Jeff Sessions is the next attorney general? Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and Kristen Clarke of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, join to discuss. watch
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