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Scramble to identify Foley's executioner

Scramble to identify Foley's executioner

08/21/14 01:03PM

NBC News’s Richard Engel has the latest on the situation in Iraq, as UK officials rush to uncover the identity of the ISIS militant who appeared in the ISIS propaganda video with James Foley that ended with his death and a threat to kill another American watch

The legal case against Darren Wilson

The legal case against Darren Wilson

08/19/14 01:45PM

A Missouri grand jury could begin hearing evidence in the shooting of Michael Brown this week. Former Florida U.S. attorney Kendall Coffey and criminal defense attorney Midwin Charles explain the underlying legal questions in this case. watch

Battle for Mosul Dam

Battle for Mosul Dam

08/18/14 01:48PM

The raging battle in Iraq for control of the nation’s largest dam is leading to some serious questions about what it will mean for the region and the U.S. if ISIS does indeed take control of the dam. To explore just how important this dam is, Ronan... watch

Journalists in the crosshairs in Ferguson

Journalists in the crosshairs in Ferguson

08/19/14 01:38PM

The press has been no exception to arrest during clashes between riot police and protesters in Ferguson, Missouri. The Telegraph’s foreign correspondent, Rob Crilly who has been reporting from Ferguson, details his arrest and how the scene on the ground c watch

History of race & riots in America

What Ferguson reveals about race & riots in America

08/18/14 01:38PM

The violence on the streets of Ferguson has raised new concerns about law enforcement in this country, but it has also raised old memories of racial unrest that tore the nation apart during the 1960s and defined U.S. politics largely in terms of black ver watch

Iraq and the use of presidential power

Iraq and the use of presidential power

08/14/14 01:46PM

Senators Tim Kaine, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have all called on President Obama to get Congressional authorization for military action in Iraq. With some members of Congress pressing for a War Powers vote, Foreign Policy’s Michael Weiss breaks down how like watch

Iraq mission may go longer than planned

Iraq mission may go longer than planned

08/13/14 01:04PM

With the Pentagon sending 130 more U.S. troops to northern Iraq, the military operation appears to be deepening despite claims this would be a temporary mission. Hayes Brown of Think Progress and Foreign Policy’s Michael Weiss discuss. watch

Will Ferguson force police to demilitarize?

Will Ferguson force police to demilitarize?

08/15/14 01:31PM

Images from Ferguson have revealed the vast array of military weapons that have made their way to local police departments. John Gaskin of the NAACP and Paul Szoldra of Business Insider discuss the nationwide problem of over-militarized police and what s watch

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