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Living in the age of distraction

Living in the age of distraction

05/19/15 03:47PM

Are we no longer masters of our own minds? Matthew Crawford, Author, “The World Beyond Your Head: On Becoming An Individual In An Age of Distraction” joined the panel to explain. watch

The wars of Wall Street

The wars of Wall Street

05/19/15 03:36PM

Richard Farley, Author, “Wall Street Wars: The Epic Battles with Washington that Created the Modern Financial System” joined the panel to discuss the disconnect between Wall Street and Washington. watch

U.S. Delta force takes out top ISIS money man

U.S. Delta force takes out top ISIS money man

05/18/15 03:13PM

Who was Abbu Sayaf? London Center for Policy Research Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer and Flashpoint Global Partners Director of Middle East and North Africa Research and Analysis Laith Alkhouri join the panel to discuss. watch

The life and work of Alfred Hitchcock

The life and work of Alfred Hitchcock

05/14/15 05:16PM

How much do you really know about Alfred Hitchcock other than his famous profile? Michael Wood, author of “Alfred Hitchcock: The Man Who Knew Too Much,” joined the table to discuss. watch

Bringing military lessons back home

Bringing military lessons back home

05/14/15 05:14PM

General Stanley McChrystal (U.S. Army Ret.), author of “Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World,” joined the table to discuss the lessons he learned in the military and how they can be applied to everyday businesses. watch

America’s roads & rails in peril

America’s roads & rails in peril

05/13/15 03:47PM

The deadly derailment renews infrastructure debate. Rosabeth Moss Kanter and David Rothkopf discuss what it takes for the US to improve its infrastructure, and at what cost? watch

America’s roads & rails in peril

America’s roads & rails in peril

05/13/15 03:47PM

The deadly derailment renews infrastructure debate. Rosabeth Moss Kanter and David Rothkopf discuss what it takes for the US to improve its infrastructure, and at what cost? watch

What went wrong on the tracks?

What went wrong on the tracks?

05/13/15 03:11PM

Investigators are analyzing the train’s data recorder to see what could have happened leading up to the Amtrak 188 crash. Sen. Bob Casey, Jim Remines and George Bibel join to discuss. 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.