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GOP candidates VS. grieving father

GOP candidates VS. grieving father

08/27/15 10:16PM

The father of Alison Parker, the WDBJ reporter murdered on live television, is pushing for strong gun control legislation.  But on the campaign trail, some Republican candidates immediately came out in opposition to that cause. watch

‘We were grieving while doing our jobs’

‘We were grieving while doing our jobs’

08/26/15 10:31PM

WDBJ-TV General Manager Jeffrey Marks speaks with Lawrence O’Donnell about the tragic shooting deaths of TV journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward. Marks shares details of his colleagues and how he hopes they will be remembered. watch

Dad of VA shooting victim calls for gun laws

Dad of VA shooting victim calls for gun laws

08/26/15 10:17PM

After the shooting deaths of two TV journalists, the father of one victim called for new gun laws on FOX News. He was echoed by some politicians, but is there any political will to enact reform? April Ryan, Austan Goolsbee, and Jonathan Alter join Lawrence. watch

Iran negotiator defends deal

Iran negotiator defends deal

08/26/15 10:02PM

Lawrence interviews Wendy Sherman, Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, who was in the room for the deal’s negotiations in Vienna as the Obama White House pushes to get 34 Senators to back it. watch

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Lawrence O’Donnell brings his extraordinary background in politics and entertainment to “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell,” airing weeknights on MSNBC. Drawing upon his experience as a former chief of staff on the Senate Finance Committee and as an Emmy-winning executive producer and writer of “The West Wing,” O’Donnell gives the last word and rewrites the most compelling stories of the day.

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