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How much will it cost to defeat ISIS?

How much will it cost to defeat ISIS?

02/04/15 01:17PM

Could congressional budget battles derail the US fight against ISIS? Republican lawmakers jumped on President Obama’s proposed budget, saying $5.3 billion for the war isn’t enough. Ranking House Budget Comm. Democrat Rep. Chris Van Hollen responds. watch

Argentina murder mystery

Argentina murder mystery

02/04/15 05:58PM

It’s a murder case reaching the highest echelon of government in Argentina. A dead prosecutor. A trashed arrest warrant. And all of this connecting to a decades old bombing of a Jewish center. The Economist’s Haley Cohen explains. watch

The Call: Make measles vaccine mandatory for public school kids

02/04/15 12:36PM

The recent measles outbreak is the worst in the United States in the past 20 years. The majority of those who got the measles were unvaccinated according to the CDC, a fact that now begs the question: When does a matter of public good outweigh an individual's right of personal choice? read more

Behind US battle lines

Behind US battle lines

02/02/15 01:48PM

As Washington debates whether to send more troops to Iraq, our partners at Vocativ joined U.S. Marines training the Iraqi army—finding raw recruits, undertrained and outgunned by ISIS. watch

Victim blaming? The row on UVA’s sorority row

Victim blaming? The row on UVA’s sorority row

01/29/15 03:52PM

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

On the frontlines fighting ISIS

On the frontlines fighting ISIS

01/29/15 03:48PM

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 complex history of the region and dives into that question. watch

First Lady unveiled

First Lady unveiled

01/28/15 04:17PM

It’s the semi-scandal turning heads in Saudi Arabia and the West. Did the First Lady make a fashion faux pas while on a state visit there, or is there more to the story? Linda Sarsour of the Arab American Assoc. and the Atlantic’s Steve Clemons weigh in. watch

AG nominee takes the hot seat

AG nominee takes the hot seat

01/28/15 01:12PM

It’s history in the making on Capitol Hill. Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar of the Judiciary Committee and civil rights attorney Wade Henderson take us inside today’s confirmation hearing for Loretta Lynch, the Brooklyn-based prosecutor expected to become the first black female Attorney General. watch

YouTube stars storm White House

YouTube stars storm White House

01/23/15 01:32PM

The White House tries a new way to communicate: through YouTube stars. Minutes after their summit with the President, YouTube creators GloZell and Hank Green give Ronan an exclusive first interview, revealing their highlights, gaffes, and surprises. watch

US Counter-Terrorism Ally Collapsing

US Counter-Terrorism Ally Collapsing

01/23/15 01:16PM

It’s being referred to as "the most important story in the world right now.” As Yemen enters a freefall, one Yemeni official joins Ronan to weigh in on what it means for US foreign policy. watch

'A Path Appears'

'A Path Appears'

01/22/15 06:20PM

Ronan and New York Times’ Nick Kristof travel through Nairobi's Kibera slums with police hunting for the accused rapist of a four-year-old girl. It’s part of Nick’s new documentary "A Path Appears." The identity of that accused rapist will take you aback. watch

Transgender society: Serving in silence

Transgender society: Serving in silence

01/22/15 06:12PM

The United States is not among the 18 countries where transgender people are allowed to serve openly in the military - but a promised review of policy at the Pentagon could change that. Allyson Robinson, a former Army Captain and West Point graduate, gives a firsthand, personal take. watch

Magic Kingdom measles outbreak

Magic Kingdom measles outbreak

01/22/15 01:15PM

A Measles outbreak that may have started in Disneyland has now spread to six states. And, as infectious disease expert Dr. Peter explains, that may have a lot to do with a surprising Hollywood anti-vaccination movement. watch

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