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Who’s the man behind ISIS?

Who’s the man behind ISIS?

06/25/14 02:33PM

Little is known about Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the shadowy commander of ISIS. MSNBC terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann joins to discuss al-Baghdadi and the ISIS merchandise popping online. watch

Will US catch up on paid family leave?

Will US catch up on paid family leave?

06/24/14 01:51PM

The United States is one of just four countries around the world that doesn’t require paid maternity leave. Ellen Bravo, Executive Director of Family Values at Work, discusses with Ronan Farrow. watch

Inside Libya’s arms market

Inside Libya’s arms market

06/24/14 01:42PM

In Libya, militia groups remain in control of most of the weapons in the country. Vocativ reports on how everyday citizens are trying to protect themselves by taking their own arms. watch

Free flow of weapons across Iraq-Syria border

Free flow of weapons across Iraq-Syria border

06/24/14 01:28PM

The increasingly porous border between Iraq and Syria has led to a free flow of weapons. The World Food Programme’s Ertharin Cousin joins to discuss the human cost from the ground. Then, The Daily Beast’s Eli Lake and Richard Spender of The Telegraph disc watch

Did US miss the warning signs with Iraq?

Did US miss the warning signs with Iraq?

06/23/14 02:21PM

Secretary of State John Kerry is in Iraq meeting with high-ranking officials, including Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, on the current crisis facing the country. But is it too late for diplomacy to work? NBC’s Richard Engel reports the latest. Michael... watch

What does 'terrorism' really mean?

What does 'terrorism' really mean?

06/23/14 02:19PM

As Iraq descends into further chaos, here at home, the debate continues on how the U.S. should react. Glenn Greenwald joins to discusses the use of the term "terrorism" and U.S. surveillance. watch

A watershed moment in civil rights

A watershed moment in civil rights

06/23/14 02:09PM

Fifty years after “Freedom Summer,” where volunteers converged on Mississippi to register black voters, the fight against voter discrimination is still alive and well. David Kendall, who was a “Freedom Summer” volunteer, joins to discuss. watch

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