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Nate Parker addresses 1999 rape case

Nate Parker addresses 1999 rape case

08/29/16 11:51AM

Actor and director Nate Parker speaks about the resurfaced 1999 rape charge that he was later acquitted of in 2001, after it was revealed that the woman involved recently committed suicide. Britni Danielle of Ebony Magazine discusses the outlet’s exclusive interview with Parker. watch

Harvard Republicans decide not to back Trump

Harvard Republicans decide not to back Trump

08/26/16 11:45AM

For the first time in its 125-year history, the Harvard Republican Club will not back their party’s presidential nominee. Two of its members, Miguel Undurraga and Sapna Rampersaud, elaborate on the Club’s sentiment and explain why many young Republicans are not throwing their support behind Donald Trump. watch

McCain Senate challenger: He's 'old' & 'weak'

McCain Senate challenger calls him out on age, health

08/26/16 11:34AM

John McCain is fighting for a 6th Senate term while enduring stinging attacks from his primary challenger, Kelli Ward. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports on that primary race, as well as news that the Donald Trump campaign has acquired fired Christie aide Bill Stepien. watch

Online bullying of Jones leads to larger...

Online bullying of Leslie Jones leads to larger discussion

08/25/16 11:33AM

For several weeks, Ghostbusters’ and SNL star, Leslie Jones, has been the victim of online bullying. Twitter users have been coming to her defense. Senior Editor-at-Large for the Root, Sheryl Huggins, joins MSNBC’s Tamron Hall to discuss this and other celebrities who have faced cyber-bullying. watch

Simone Manuel on Olympic cultural milestone

Simone Manuel on Olympic cultural milestone

08/24/16 11:50AM

During the 2016 Olympic games, Simone Manuel became the first African American swimmer, man or woman, to ever to win an individual gold medal in the sport. She joins MSNBC’s Tamron Hall to talk about her accomplishments at the Olympics and her future. watch

Harvey discusses future after hand transplant

Zion Harvey discusses future after historic double hand...

08/24/16 11:39AM

Zion Harvey lost both hands and legs below the knee when he was just two-years-old. Last July, he underwent a groundbreaking double hand transplant surgery. Zion, along with his mother Pattie Ray, and his surgeon, Dr. Scot Levin, join MSNBC’s Tamron Hall to share the results of Zion’s spectacular recovery. watch

Heroes who stopped train attack speak out

Heroes who stopped train attack in Europe speak out

08/24/16 11:25AM

It was one year ago, when three young Americans on a summer European vacation took down a heavily armed man on a train carrying more than 500 people. Two of the three heroes, Spencer Stone and Anthony Sadler, join MSNBC’s Tamron Hall to talk about their experience and also explain their new book detailing everything that happened on that day. watch

Cost of EpiPen’s skyrockets 400%

Senate Judiciary Comm. demands EpiPen price investigation

08/23/16 11:26AM

The price of the EpiPen, an injection device for people with severe allergies, has exploded in price since 2008. Senator Amy Klobuchar, D-MN, and the Senate Judiciary Committee are demanding a hearing to investigate the matter. She joins MSNBC’s Tamron Hall to explain. watch


About MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall

Tamron Hall is the anchor of MSNBC Live, weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on MSNBC.  The show features high profile interviews and in-depth coverage of U.S., world and entertainment news.   

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