MSNBC anchor Jose Diaz Balart and Robert Costa from the Washington Post weigh in on what President Obama’s decision to delay executive action on immigration until after the upcoming November elections will mean for the future of immigration reform. watch
STOP THE PRESSES THE BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY IS HAVING A SECOND BABY. Oh, also some news about the worst national security threat in the world.
Former Ambassador and Governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson talks about what he thinks of lawmakers’ criticisms over President Obama’s ‘cautious’ approach in addressing threats from abroad and what steps the U.S. should take next. watch
Los Angeles Times national security reporter Brian Bennett explains where ISIS is getting its funds, and our friends at Vocativ show us the black market trade that brings in millions of dollars a day for the extremist group. watch
Sorority national offices have ordered their sisters at the University of Virginia to stay away from frat parties. Attorney Gloria Allred weighs in on the “sexist” ban and the larger issue of entrenched frat party culture. watch
With almost a hundred cases of measles recently nationwide, some are asking whether parents who refuse to vaccinate their kids should be held legally responsible if others get sick. Head of Medical Ethics at NYU, Professor Art Caplan lays out his... watch
Is the U.S. fighting side by side with Iran in Iraq? Vocativ brings a rare look inside a Shiite militia fighting against ISIS, raising the murky question of who’s allied with who. MSNBC international affairs correspondent Michael Kay looks at the... watch