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Inside the V.A.: Colonoscopy claims denied

Inside the V.A.: Colonoscopy claims denied

12/18/14 05:15PM

Five years ago, V.A. hospitals potentially exposed thousands of veterans to potential infections like HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis. Ronan Farrow Daily and the NBC News Investigative Unit report that, for some, that was just the beginning of the nightmare. watch

'Mixed reviews' on Cuba deal

'Mixed reviews' on Cuba deal

12/17/14 04:59PM

Long-time Castro regime critic Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) explains why he thinks the President’s moves on Cuba are a positive step – and talks about how divisive those moves are proving on the Hill. watch

'Emotional' homecoming for Alan Gross

'Emotional' homecoming for Alan Gross

12/17/14 04:52PM

Maryland Senator Ben Cardin, a leading advocate for the release of Maryland native Alan Gross during his long imprisonment in Cuba, tells Ronan about the moment of watching Gross return to American soil. watch

Peshawar attack is ‘a warning sign’

Peshawar attack is ‘a warning sign’

12/16/14 01:15PM

Former State Dept. advisor Vali Nasr explains the tumultuous U.S.-Pakistan counterterrorism alliance - and argues America should be ‘wary’ of turning away from threats on the Afghanistan/Pakistan border. watch

Australia: Fertile ground for terror?

Australia: Fertile ground for terror?

12/15/14 01:16PM

Australia has enacted several pieces of legislation to prevent citizens from fighting alongside Islamist groups overseas. Just three months ago 15 people were arrested there in an alleged gruesome beheading plot. Steve Clemons from the Atlantic and... watch

The war on Uber

The war on Uber

12/12/14 01:49PM

Uber is facing heat around the world – and here in the U.S. We have the exclusive first interview with San Francisco D.A. George Gascon, who is bringing suit against Uber for the company's pricing practices and driver screening. watch

Yarmuth: Bill is “by the banks, for the...

Rep. Yarmuth: Bill is “by the banks, for the banks”

12/11/14 04:52PM

The House is scheduled to vote on a $1.1 trillion-dollar spending bill – the awesomely monikered “Cromnibus” – a bill that is vital to preventing a government shutdown.  But some members of Congress have a big problem with it.  We talk with Congressman... watch

Gen. Eaton: US 'lost moral high ground'

Gen. Eaton: US 'lost moral high ground'

12/10/14 01:31PM

Some opposition to recent CIA practices comes from voices who know the war against terror well - voices within the *military.* Recently, two retired generals called on President Obama to unconditionally support the U-N Convention Against Torture saying... watch

Woolsey: Torture report 'not credible'

Woolsey: Torture report 'not credible'

12/10/14 01:13PM

CIA defenders have been speaking out against the Senate CIA report, many taking issue with the report’s claim that President Bush wasn't briefed in detail until 2006. Should the President have been briefed earlier? We get an answer on that from former... watch

NY Attorney General’s new plan on police...

NY Attorney General’s new plan on police brutality

12/08/14 03:54PM

With protests still raging after the Eric Garner grand jury decision not to indict, NY state attorney general Eric Schneiderman joins Ronan for his first interview since announcing his big plan – that his office, not local prosecutors, investigate... watch

Rolling Stone apologizes for its UVA apology

Rolling Stone apologizes for its UVA apology

12/08/14 03:51PM

Serious journalistic missteps by Rolling Stone are having a profound effect on the publication’s reputation... and might have an even stronger effect on victims of sexual abuse.  UVA Student Council President Jalen Ross weighs in on the latest chapter... watch

Mothers tell police: We must restore trust

Mothers tell police: We must restore trust

12/08/14 01:51PM

The mother of Amadou Diallo – the unarmed man infamously fired upon 41 times and killed by the NYPD in 2009 – weighs in on what the families of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, and others go through while publicly dealing with their unimaginable gr watch

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