The countdown has begun for what is usually one of the president’s most discussed speeches. MSNBC’s Ari Melber and Abby Huntsman spoke to SNL’s Darrell Hamon, msnbc’s Chris Matthews, and some speechwriters about what to expect. watch
A new documentary “Misery Loved Comedy” takes a look at Stand Up Comics where comic legends share their stories. Filmmaker and Director Kevin Pollak joined to discuss the documentary “Misery Loves Comedy." watch
As the drone debate continues, we aren’t only grappling with our use of them overseas, but also at home. A new article in Foreign Affairs argues the government’s regulatory burden could cost our economy billions. watch
Wondering how you can be cool? Apparently, there is a science behind it. Steven Quartz, author of “Cool: How the Brain’s Hidden Quest for Cool Drives Our Economy and Shapes Our World,” joins the panel to explain. watch
Sexual assaults on and off-campus are technically on the decline nationwide, but a new report shows that’s not the complete story. To help explain, Stephanie Coontz, Director of Research Council on Contemporary Families, joins. watch
Get ready for high drama from the Highest Court in the coming weeks as rulings on two key cases are set to come down. Ian Millhiser, Author of, “Injustices: The Supreme Court’s History of Comforting the Comfortable and Afflicting the Afflicted” joined th watch
What is the etiquette around marijuana? Are you required to share with your neighbor? Should you bring pot to a Super Bowl Party? Bruce Barcott, Author, “Weed the People: The Future of Legal Marijuana in America” joined the panel to answer all these quest watch
MSNBC’s “The Cycle” which premiered in 2012 is a live, one-hour ensemble opinion show that features conservative commentator Abby Huntsman, author and pundit Touré, The Nation correspondent Ari Melber and former Congressional candidate Krystal Ball. The Cycle is a “TIS” show – topical, interesting, and smart. The panel brings a young perspective on everything from politics, the economy, the media, sports and popular culture. You never know who or what might be discussed at the table.