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Schools closed amid chaos in Ferguson

Schools closed amid chaos in Ferguson

08/20/14 09:27AM

Msnbc.com’s Amanda Sakuma talks about thousands of students in the Ferguson-Florissant that will not return to school until next week. Sakuma explains how teachers plan to turn the Ferguson situation into a “learning experience” and also provide counselin watch

Grand jury to hear preliminary evidence

Grand jury to hear preliminary evidence

08/20/14 09:00AM

Msnbc.com’s Zachary Roth talks about the grand jury proceedings and explains why members of the African-American community are calling for Prosecutor Bob McCulloch to be replaced by a special prosecutor. watch

Saint Louis County prosecutor under pressure

Saint Louis County prosecutor under pressure

08/19/14 09:35AM

Under pressure from the Ferguson community and the governor to speed up the investigation, Saint Louis County prosecutors tell NBC News that a Missouri grand jury could hear evidence in the Michael Brown shooting as early as Wednesday. MSNBC.com national watch

Intense clashes in Ferguson

Intense clashes in Ferguson

08/19/14 09:00AM

While daytime protests are mostly peaceful, things continue to turn violent at night in Ferguson, Missouri. Ron Allen discusses with guest host Craig Melvin. watch

Is a new era coming in Iraq?

Is a new era coming in Iraq?

08/18/14 09:44AM

As airstrikes expand and a new prime minister takes charge, does this mean that a new era is coming to Iraq? Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., joins Peter Alexander to discuss. watch

Should the President go down to Ferguson?

Should the President go down to Ferguson?

08/18/14 09:16AM

Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, and Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACAP Legal Defense and Education Fund, discuss Gov. Nixon's actions in Ferguson and whether President Obama should go to the protests. watch

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