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Landmark ruling for same-sex couples in FL

Landmark ruling for same-sex couples in FL

01/02/15 02:50PM

A federal judge broke down one of the final barriers for same-sex couples seeking a marriage license in Florida. Joy Reid talks with Stratton Pollitzer, deputy director of “Equality Florida” and his partner Christopher Boykin. watch

GOP in damage control mode from Scalise...

GOP in damage control mode from Scalise appearance

01/02/15 02:13PM

When Congress convenes, will there be any fallout from the revelation Rep. Steve Scalise spoke before a white supremacist group a decade ago? Joy Reid discusses with Marc Moral, CEO of the National Urban League and former mayor of New Orleans. watch

US imposes new sanctions on North Korea

US imposes new sanctions on North Korea

01/02/15 02:07PM

President Obama issued an executive order imposing additional sanctions on North Korea in the wake of what the administration calls a “destructive, coercive” cyber-attack. watch

Star athletes reflect social movements in...

Did athletes turn the sports world on its head in 2014?

12/31/14 02:31PM

From #BlackLivesMatter to domestic violence, 2014 was a big year for controversy in sports. Seema Iyer, Dave Zirin, Jimmy Williams and Jamilah Lemieux discuss athletes' roles in social movements like Ferguson and Eric Garner, and how the NFL and NBA responded to controversy. watch

2014’s most defining moments

The best, worst and most defining moments of 2014

12/31/14 02:15PM

From the president's executive action on immigration to the Hobby Lobby decision, Joy Reid takes a look back at some of the biggest political stories from 2014. Jimmy Williams, Lizz Winstead, Jamilah Lemieux and Shift's Seema Iyer discuss. watch

Palestine statehood bid fails at UN

Palestine mulls next move after failed statehood bid

12/31/14 02:05PM

Palestinian leaders are now planning their next step after a United Nations security council vote rejected a resolution demanding Israel withdrawal from the West Bank and Jerusalem. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports. watch

Critical for data on civilians killed by...

Why we need better data on civilians killed by police

12/30/14 02:52PM

A new report shows that gun deaths for police officers jumped 56 percent in 2014. But data for the number of civilians killed by police is harder to find. Joy Reid weighs in on the “compelling public policy interest” in those numbers. watch

Autopsy shows Ezell Ford was shot three times

Autopsy report shows Ezell Ford was shot three times

12/30/14 02:42PM

Four months after a mentally ill, unarmed black man was fatally shot by the LAPD, the official autopsy report has been released, with new information about Ezell Ford’s death. Criminal defense attorney John Burris talks about the investigation. watch

Scalise: ‘It was a mistake I regret’

Top GOP Congressman: ‘It was a mistake I regret’

12/30/14 02:14PM

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise admitted to making a 2002 appearance at a group founded by former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke, calling the appearance “a mistake.” Lamar White, Jr. reports on the event and the speech Rep. Scalise gave in 2002... watch

Stories to keep an eye on in 2015

Stories to keep an eye on in 2015

12/29/14 02:52PM

Joy Reid looks ahead to what the big stories of 2015 may be based on the headlines rising out of 2014 – from politics to James Bond to the drumbeat to 2016. watch

US asked to assist in AirAsia plane search

US asked to assist in AirAsia plane search

12/29/14 02:32PM

Joy Reid talks with security expert and former commercial pilot Anthony Roman about the search for missing AirAsia Flight 8501, which went missing Sunday local time about 40 minutes after it left Indonesia en route to Singapore. watch


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