Show StoriesRSS

select from

E.g., 11/1/2014
E.g., 11/1/2014
Amey Esparza puts her "I Voted" sticker on after casting her ballot at John Fremont Middle School on November 6, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Join Joy Reid's #1Voter Challenge

08/29/14 03:54PM

Voting is, in my humble opinion, the most important and profound expression of citizenship. It’s also a power that’s important enough that people in power exerted tremendous and sometimes violent effort to prevent whole groups of Americans from exercising it – from women, to African-Americans to young Americans. read more

Male dominance in media & women candidates

Male dominance in media & women candidates

10/30/14 02:42PM

With more and more women running for office, the Women’s Media Center is finding their portrayal by a largely male mainstream media can harm their campaigns. Feminist icon Gloria Steinem and Robin Morgan of the Women’s Media Center join to discuss. watch

Are midterm election races down to a coin...

Are midterm election races down to a coin toss?

10/29/14 02:31PM

With less than a week to go, races in states like Arkansas and Colorado are so close they are almost tied -- so who will take the seats in Congress? “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd and msnbc host Steve Kornacki join to discuss. watch

Ebola: the newest bullying tool?

Ebola: the newest bullying tool?

10/28/14 02:42PM

Amadou and Pape Drame returned to New York from Senegal to fellow classmates bullying them by yelling “Ebola,” and attacking them. The boys join Joy Reid to discuss the incident along with their father, Ousmane. watch

Will the 'Peach State' turn blue?

Will the 'Peach State' turn blue?

10/28/14 02:30PM

With just a week to go until the midterm elections, Democratic candidates are pushing hard to win their state’s Senate seats to gain control of the Senate. Georgia’s House Minority Leader, Stacey Abrams, D-Ga., joins to discuss. watch

Pages