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Can foreign aid backfire?

Can foreign aid backfire?

05/20/14 02:11PM

While some U.S. foreign aid programs save lives, critics say big budgets and little oversight can cause foreign aid to backfire. USAID’s Rajiv Shah joins to discuss. watch

Tabloids 'mom-shame' NYC’s first lady

Tabloids 'mom-shame' NYC’s first lady

05/20/14 02:06PM

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is demanding an apology from two of the city’s tabloids after they characterized his wife Chirlane McCray as a bad mother. Krystal Ball and Heidi Moore join to discuss. watch

Fighting the campus sex assault crisis

Fighting the campus sex assault crisis

05/19/14 02:44PM

According to on study, one in five women fall victim to sexual assault on college campuses. Malika Saada Saar, Executive Director of Rights for Girls and Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., join to discuss. watch

May madness as primary day nears

May madness as primary day nears

05/16/14 02:28PM

As the biggest primary day this midterm election year approaches, candidates are getting mad in a tug-of-war over the GOP. The Washington Post’s Robert Costa and the Huffington Post’s Amanda Terkel join Ronan Farrow. watch

$15 an hour 'the right thing to do'

$15 an hour 'the right thing to do'

05/16/14 02:27PM

Moo Cluck Moo is a carry-out place where you can get a burger for $3.25, a chicken sandwich for $4.75, and the owners pay their employees $15 an hour. Ronan Farrow talks with co-founder Harry Moorehouse. watch

Holder: No such thing as ‘too big to jail’

Eric Holder: No such thing as ‘too big to jail’

05/16/14 02:27PM

The 2008 financial crash cost the economy millions of jobs. Trillions evaporated from 401K retirement accounts.... and how many prosecutions? Ronan Farrow talks with Jesse Eisinger, a senior reporter at ProPublica, covering Wall Street and finance. watch

The hidden life of gays in Uganda

The hidden life of gays in Uganda

05/16/14 02:26PM

Ronan Farrow looks at another heart-wrenching crisis in Uganda with its persecution of gay men and women. Vocativ takes you inside the lives of those defying that country's laws. watch

Veterans Affairs under harsh scrutiny

Veterans Affairs under harsh scrutiny

05/15/14 02:34PM

NBC’s Luke Russert reports on Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki’s testimony on Capitol Hill and Sally Barnes-Breen, the daughter-in-law of a man who allegedly died while waiting or a doctor’s care at a Phoenix VA hospital, talks with Ronan Farrow. watch

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

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