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Protecting free speech

Protecting free speech

03/03/15 03:40PM

Does our government protect free speech less during time of war? Charles Slack author of “Liberty’s First Crisis: Adams, Jefferson, and the Misfits Who Saved Free Speech” explains. watch

Celebrating Dr. Seuss

Celebrating Dr. Seuss

03/03/15 01:59PM

To kick of 7 days of genius msnbc’s Abby Huntsman read one of her favorite Dr. Seuss books “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” to nearly 1,000 children from the New York City public schools. watch

A view of the Supreme Court, Jan. 16, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty)

Ari Melber: The Obamacare lawsuit is a charade

03/03/15 06:47AM

When the Supreme Court hears a new case against Obamacare on Wednesday, the arguments will be very different than past litigation about President Obama's signature domestic achievement. This case is not about the Constitution, or health care regulation, or even the limits on the President's authority. ... read more

Is ISIS launching a Twitter War?

Is ISIS launching a Twitter War?

03/02/15 03:00PM

As we continue to try and understand the global ambitions of ISIS there latest target is Twitter’s co-founder. Former Active Duty Army Intelligence Officer and Research Director for the Institute for the Study of War Jessica McFate joined the panel to dis watch

The demise of the Mafia

The demise of the Mafia

02/27/15 03:41PM

One of America’s best known crime reporters, George Anastasia, gives us a new view of the rift between the Gotti and the Gambino crime families in his book “Gotti’s Rules: The Story of John Alite, Junior Gotti, and the Demise of the American Mafia”. watch

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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.