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NBA player to his mom: 'You’re the real MVP'

NBA player to his mom: 'You’re the real MVP'

05/07/14 02:23PM

Heroes and Zeroes: Celebrities stage a boycott against the Sultan of Brunei in protest of his new laws threatening people in same sex or adulterous relationships and Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant gives a touching tribute to his mother. watch

Experts call for 'one-drug protocol'

Experts call for 'one-drug protocol'

05/07/14 02:17PM

Attorney Vicki Werneke, who is currently representing an Ohio death row inmate granted clemency due to irregularities with his case, speaks to Ronan Farrow about how a lethal drug shortage has led states to use cocktails with unknown substances. watch

Will Obama take 'bolder' immigration action?

Will Obama take 'bolder' immigration action?

05/07/14 02:15PM

Will the Department of Homeland Security’s new proposals that would make about 100,000 immigrants eligible for work visas be enough for activists calling on President Obama to make policies more humane? Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., joins to discuss. watch

Tuesday's RF Headlines

Tuesday's RF Headlines

05/06/14 02:55PM

Tuesday's Rapid Fire Headlines include this week's primaries, the Benghazi investigation and the wave of outrage growing over the girls kidnapped in Nigeria. watch

Monica Lewinsky speaks out on Clinton affair

Monica Lewinsky speaks out on Clinton affair

05/06/14 02:51PM

Monica Lewinsky has written about her famed liaison with then-President Bill Clinton in an upcoming issue of Vanity Fair. NBC’s Kasie Hunt and The Huffington Post’s Sam Stein discuss Lewinsky and this week’s primary elections. watch

A student uses her laptop computer on the steps to Memorial Church at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts September 21, 2009.   (Photo by Brian Snyder/Reuters)

Sexual assault in colleges: an open letter

05/05/14 11:00PM

On the heels of the White House releasing new guidelines to combat sexual assault on campuses, the Department of Education named 55 colleges and universities facing federal investigation for the possible mishandling of such cases. Prompted by such startling data, we interviewed Harvard professor Kimberly Theidon, who has worked extensively with survivors of sexual assault, on last Friday's show. This is an accompaniment to that interview. read more

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