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Is there still hope for a Greek bailout deal?

Is there still hope for a Greek bailout deal?

07/09/15 03:23PM

Former German Economic Minister Karl Theodore Zu Guttenberg joins The Cycle to discuss the critical choice Germany must make in deciding if Greece should be forgiven for their debt in order to maintain the integrity of the European Union. watch

Glitches raise questions on tech dependency

Glitches raise questions on tech dependency

07/09/15 03:14PM

Issie Lapowsky, staff writer for Wired magazine, joins The Cycle to discuss the technical glitches that brought two major American industries to a grinding halt, and if America is growing too dependent on technology. watch

What tech glitches reveal on cyber...

What tech glitches reveal on cyber vulnerability

07/08/15 03:49PM

After a cyber attack which targeted the personnel files of 4 million federal workers and U.S. troops, the Pentagon is now refocusing efforts on defending against hacks and internal glitches. Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer joins to discuss. watch

Research suggests babies are born spiritual

Research suggests babies are born spiritual

07/07/15 03:51PM

Before a baby is born, parents already worry about how best to help them grow physically and how to support them emotionally. However, scientific research suggests that it is just as important to nurture a baby's natural spirituality. The Cycle explains. watch

Can you trust the label when buying seafood?

Can you trust the label when buying seafood?

07/07/15 03:43PM

Americans consume an average of 15 pounds of fish per capita each year. However, a new series uncovers some facts about our food that may be hard to digest. The Cycle discusses how the seafood industry can sometimes be watch

Coming face-to-face with a shark

Coming face-to-face with a shark

07/06/15 03:30PM

There's no stopping America's fascination with both the beauty and the danger of sharks. Andy Casagrande, a cinematographer for Discovery's "Shark Week" talks about what it's like to come face-to-face with a shark. watch

Your summer movie preview

Your summer movie preview

07/03/15 01:09PM

What movie should you rush to the theater to see this summer? Erik Davis, Fandango’s Managing Editor, joined the table to discuss what will be a hit and what will be a flop this summer season. watch

Have our July 4th jitters increased?

Have our July 4th jitters increased?

07/02/15 03:00PM

After a false alarm Thursday morning at the Navy Yard, law enforcement officials continue to be on high alert of a possible terror attack. But how on edge should Americans be? Peter Ahearn, former FBI Special Agent in Charge and President of Ahearn... watch

LEGO master builder Chris Steininger places a brick while building the world's largest LEGO American flag to celebrate the opening of the Innovation Wing at the National Museum of American History (Photo by Steve Ruark/AP).

LEGO sets one for the record books

07/02/15 02:21PM

The Smithsonian National Museum of American History opened its newly renovated innovated wing and along with LEGO's collaboration created the largest American flag. read more

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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.