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National movement for a living wage

National movement for a living wage

05/15/14 02:33PM

Fast food workers in 150 cities across the country are taking a stand to demand a living wage and better working conditions. Two McDonalds employees who are protesting, Jessica Davis and Jemere Calhoun, talk with Ronan Farrow. watch

Who the NRA is targeting next

Who the NRA is targeting next

05/15/14 02:33PM

The NRA has a new web series targeted at millennials. Vocativ reporter Mike Spies, NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik, and The Guardian’s Heidi Moore discuss with Ronan Farrow. watch

Jill Abramson and the equal pay debate

Jill Abramson and the equal pay debate

05/15/14 02:33PM

Why is there such a pay discrepancy between men and women in the United States? A lot of people wondering that after some reports about the downfall of The New York Times' Jill Abramson. NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik, The Guardian’s Heidi... watch

What could the US do for Ukraine?

What could the US do for Ukraine?

05/15/14 02:33PM

As the situation in Ukraine goes from bad to worse, Leonid Polyakov, who served as Deputy Defense Minister of Ukraine during Russia's invasion of Crimea, talks with Ronan Farrow. watch

Bill Clinton strikes back at Karl Rove

Bill Clinton strikes back at Karl Rove

05/14/14 02:43PM

Ronan Farrow speaks to MSNBC colleague Steve Kornacki and The Washington Post's Robert Costa about Bill Clinton's defense of Hillary Clinton after Karl Rove raised questions on her health. Then, they discuss Bill and Chris Christie's recent remarks on... watch

Will military let transgender people serve?

Will military let transgender people serve?

05/14/14 02:36PM

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has approved a request to evaluate Private Chelsea Manning for potential treatment options for gender dysphoria, and also considering a request to transfer Manning to a civilian prison. U.S. Navy veteran Landon Wilson, who... watch

Why the minimum wage is a 'poverty' wage

Why the minimum wage is a 'poverty' wage

05/13/14 02:36PM

Congress may be "paralyzed" on raising the minimum wage, but some states and cities across the country are doing something about it. Ithaca, New York Mayor Svante Myrick talks about how his city recently became a certified "living wage employer." watch

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