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Have the wealthy won?

Have Americans surrendered to the top 1%?

02/17/15 03:38PM

The Cyclists talk to Steve Fraser, author of the new book, "The Age of Acquiescence: The Life and Death of the American Resistance to Organized Wealth and Power," which argues that Americans have chosen to surrender to the top 1% rather than rebel. watch

Concerns over international terror grow

Concerns over international terror grow

02/16/15 03:34PM

With so many perceived threats to the world, Americans are looking for a way to protect themselves. James Carafano , author or e-book “Surviving the End: A Practical Guide for Everyday Americans in the Age of Terror,” has the tips you are looking for. watch

The Master of Sweets

The Master of Sweets

02/13/15 03:46PM

On the eve of Valentine’s Day, Dominique Ansel, chef and author of “Dominique Ansel: The Secret Recipes,” heated things up with some special desserts. watch

The global divide

The global divide

02/13/15 03:35PM

Gideon Rose, Editor at Foreign Affairs discussed the roots of the relationship between black communities and the police. watch

Top Dem: Obama's war proposal needs limits

Rep. Adam Schiff: Obama's war proposal needs limits

02/13/15 03:26PM

MSNBC's Ari Melber sits down with the top Democrat on the intelligence committee, California Rep. Adam Schiff, who says that Obama's proposed war authorization is too broad, both in terms of setting geographic limits, and in defining its enemy. watch

The new sheriff of Wall Street

The new sheriff of Wall Street

02/12/15 05:06PM

In part 2 of msnbc’s Ari Melber interview with U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara they discuss the financial meltdown, prosecuting Wall Street, and regulated Bitcoins. watch

US Attorney Preet Bharara attends a news conference in New York Dec. 18, 2014. (Photo by Brendan McDermid/Reuters)

In conversation, Preet Bharara and Ari Melber

02/12/15 04:25PM

ARI MELBER: Preet Bharara, thank you for being here. BHARARA: Thanks for havin' me. MELBER: You were the top federal prosecutor in New York, a post held by Rudy Giuliani, the head of the current F.B.I. and S.E.C.  Are those big shoes for you to fill? Yeah, incredibly large shoes to fill. I mean, we have an office that has a tradition going... read more

How Jon Stewart shaped young minds

How Jon Stewart shaped young minds

02/12/15 03:56PM

After 16-years left leaning news anchor Jon Stewart announced he was leaving his perch at “The Daily Show” and msnbc’s Krystal Ball thinks this is a good thing, for America’s millennials. watch

Why Bitcoin is important

Why Bitcoin is important

02/12/15 03:46PM

Bitcoin is revolutionary as a virtual currency that doesn't need traditional support. Paul Vigna, co-author of “The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money Are Challenging the Global Economic Order” explains the Bitcoin controversy. watch

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About The Cycle

MSNBC’s “The Cycle” which ran from June 2012 to July 2015 was a live, one-hour ensemble opinion show that featured conservative commentator Abby Huntsman, author and pundit Touré, The Nation correspondent Ari Melber and former Congressional candidate Krystal Ball. The panel brought a young perspective on everything from politics, the economy, the media, sports and popular culture.