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THE CALL: POLICING THE POLICE

08/18/14 05:27PM

The images coming out of Ferguson, Missouri in the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting have left us with an undeniable unease. Whether you believe police should be armed to the teeth – or not – the question remains: what can be done right now to prevent another Michael Brown? read more

Brown autopsy ‘only part’ of story

Preliminary Brown autopsy ‘only part’ of story

08/18/14 12:59PM

Michael Brown’s family attorney Benjamin Crump, forensic expert Lawrence Kobilinsky, and NBC News legal analyst Lisa Bloom discuss what the results of the preliminary autopsy commissioned by the Brown family reveals and whether or not we can expect to see watch

Ferguson: Test of leadership

Ferguson: Test of leadership

08/15/14 01:49PM

Joshua DuBois and MSNBC Contributor Jonathan Capehart weigh in on how city, state and federal leaders have been handling this crisis and what else could or should be done in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown. watch

Ferguson community is reeling

Ferguson community is reeling

08/15/14 01:16PM

Major Ronnie Robinson of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department discusses the current state of the Michael Brown shooting investigation and what needs to happen next to rebuild trust with and maintain peace in the community in Ferguson, Missouri. watch

Police consider Michael Brown 'primary...

Police consider Michael Brown 'primary suspect'

08/15/14 01:07PM

Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal and Reverend Rodney Francis of the Washington Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in St Louis discuss the community’s response to the new information released by the Ferguson Police Department. watch

Breaking the ISIS siege on Mount Sinjar

Breaking the ISIS siege on Mount Sinjar

08/14/14 01:42PM

Following President Obama’s remarks on Iraq, attention turns to what the United Nations is declaring a “level 3” humanitarian crisis – the highest level of emergency – and what additional resources and funds will be mobilized to help the human fallout fro watch

Officer who shot teen facing threats

Officer who shot teen facing threats

08/12/14 01:03PM

Ronan Farrow and guests discuss the latest on the shooting death of 18 year-old Michael Brown by police in Missouri on Saturday, including news that the officer responsible for the shooting has received threats against his life. watch

Racing death: the NASCAR culture

Racing death: the NASCAR culture

08/11/14 01:52PM

Mike Guy, Maxim Editor and former Rolling Stone Contributor who’s 2008 profile of NASCAR driver Tony Stewart was republished after this weekend’s racetrack tragedy that left one driver dead, joins Ronan Farrow for a look at the NASCAR culture and what we watch

The policy battle over Iraq

The policy battle over Iraq

08/11/14 01:14PM

Ronan Farrow and former US Ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson discuss the lead up to ISIS’s formation, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s criticism about the Obama administration’s lack of involvement in the early stages of the Syrian crisis, a watch

A brief history of US-Iraq relations

A brief history of US-Iraq relations

08/08/14 01:56PM

Presidential historian Allan Lichtman of American University joins Ronan Farrow Daily for an examination of how the U.S. got to this moment with Iraq, and how prior presidents have approached the country during their terms. watch

Former Marines discuss new Iraq strikes

Former Marines discuss new Iraq strikes

08/08/14 01:20PM

Two former U.S. Marines, who served in Iraq: Zack Iscol and Frye Barcott, discuss the scope of the “targeted strikes” President Obama authorized in Northern Iraq to aid the Yazidis dying of thirst surrounded by ISIS militants. watch

IRAQ-UNREST-YAZIDIS

Week in Pictures: Aug. 2-8

08/08/14 12:08PM

The crisis in Iraq changed drastically on Friday when the U.S. launched military airstrikes again Islamic extremists near the city of Erbil, where the U.S. has a consulate. read more

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