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‘Back to the Future’ turns 30

‘Back to the Future’ turns 30

04/09/15 03:46PM

‘Back to the Future’ created stars, spawned a theme park, video games and a musical. As this Hollywood classic turns 30, a new documentary called “Back in Time” takes a look back on the film and the phenomenon that followed it. Filmmaker Jason Aron... watch

The secret is out

The secret is out

04/09/15 03:36PM

As America continues the fight to strike the right balance between good vs. bad government secrets, “Democracy in the Dark: The Seduction of Government Secrecy," takes a look at this battle. Author Frederick A.O. Schwarz joined the panel to discuss. watch

Candidates eye the millennial vote

Candidates eye the millennial vote

04/09/15 03:27PM

As GOP hopefuls jockey for the youth vote, many are wondering if millennials will even show up to polls. Matthews Segal, co-founder of ATTN, a news source for the next generation, joined the conversation to help break down where the youth vote may pledge watch

Duke wins it all

Duke wins it all

04/07/15 03:56PM

msnbc’s Toure gives Duke credit for winning its 5th NCAA Championship game, but explains why it’s easy to hate this private university. watch

The grammar guru

The grammar guru

04/07/15 03:47PM

What is a semi-colon? Is it who or whom? Mary Norris, author of “Between You & Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen” lifework is finding the answers to all your grammar questions, she joined the table to discuss. watch

The fight for Yemen

The fight for Yemen

04/07/15 03:15PM

A special Frontline report from inside the newest war zone: Yemen premiers Tuesday night at 10pm ET on PBS. Filmmaker Safa Al Ahmad joined the panel to discuss. watch

Why rape on campus is a real problem

Why rape on campus is a real problem

04/06/15 03:56PM

When you send your daughter off to college there is a 1 in 5 chance she will be sexually assaulted during her time at school. Though Rolling Stone redacted their article, the problem of rape on campus is real and awful. Msnbc’s Krystal Ball explains. watch

Fighting science with science

Fighting science with science

04/06/15 03:46PM

Scientists from organizations are creating super viruses in an effort to understand and defeat an outbreak. In a special report, Defense One takes a look at how science will need to reinvent itself in order to protect the population from a potential threa watch

Terror watch at home and abroad

Terror watch at home and abroad

04/06/15 03:15PM

After Thursday’s deadly attack in Kenya, the world is on high alert for what the next terror attack could be. Tom Sanderson, Co-Director of Transnational Threats at CSIS joined the panel to discuss. watch

Fans say goodbye to Mad Men

Fans say goodbye to Mad Men

04/03/15 03:39PM

This weekend, TV fans begin to say goodbye to what’s often referred to as one of the greatest TV shows of all time, Mad Men. Michael O’Connell, senior staff writer for The Hollywood Reporter, talks with The Cycle about what to expect. watch

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