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Sen. McCaskill: What’s next after Ferguson?

Sen. McCaskill: What’s next after Ferguson?

08/26/14 01:14PM

Ronan Farrow talks one-on-one with Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill about what kind of legislation she’d like to see come out of the tragedy in Ferguson and her plan to curb police brutality. Then, Senator McCaskill weighs in on this week’s Call to Actio watch

Extreme tourism: Illegal cross

Extreme tourism: Illegal cross

08/26/14 01:41PM

Our partners at Vocativ have uncovered a new, unexpected controlled expedition – one that aims to show people what a border crossing experience is really like for an undocumented immigrant by simulating a U.S.-Mexico border crossing for a small fee. watch

Amazon’s Billion dollar gamble

Amazon’s Billion dollar gamble

08/26/14 01:50PM

Amazon just laid out the highest price it has ever paid for a company, over a billion dollars, for a service called Twitch. Find out what this streaming video site is all about with Ronan Farrow and Jason Del Rey the Senior Editor at Re/Code, a tech news watch

US surveillance flights over Syria

US surveillance flights over Syria

08/26/14 01:00PM

NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski reports on the latest news from the Pentagon and former Ambassador Joe Wilson discusses the escalating tension between the U.S. and Syria after Syrian President Assad issued a warning to the White House about coordinating with his r watch

Family navigates chaos of Ferguson

Family navigates chaos of Ferguson

08/21/14 01:29PM

Craig Melvin reports on the latest news from Ferguson and checks back in with Karon Johnson and Taidria Anderson, the young family we introduced yesterday who’s been struggling to navigate the chaos of Ferguson. watch

Medical inequality in Ebola treatment?

Medical inequality in Ebola treatment?

08/21/14 01:15PM

The release of Dr. Kent Brantly and fellow missionary Nancy Writebol have opened the door to a moral debate about Ebola treatment for Americans infected versus those in Africa who are still suffering. Johns Hopkins professor Dr. Nancy Kass joins to discus watch

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