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A constitutional crisis brewing in Baghdad

A constitutional crisis brewing in Baghdad

08/11/14 02:17PM

NBC’s Duncan Golestani and Dalia Dassa Kaye, director of “The Center for Middle East Public Policy” at the Rand Corporation, join Joy Reid to discuss the latest in Iraq including humanitarian aid and airstrikes coming from the U.S. watch

Authorities respond to Michael Brown shooting

Authorities respond to Michael Brown shooting

08/11/14 02:00PM

St. Louis County Police Chief, Jon Belmar, St. Louis County Executive, Charlie Dooley, and Esther Haywood, the St. Louis County NAACP president, join Joy Reid to discuss the latest in the fatal police shooting of teenager Michael Brown. watch

Who are the Yazidis?

Who are the Yazidis?

08/08/14 02:00PM

Tracey Shelton, Luke Russert and Bobby Ghosh take a look at the latest in Iraq and U.S. involvement including the recent airstrikes and a thorough explanation of who the Yazidis are. watch

'The Nixon Defense' illuminates Watergate

'The Nixon Defense' illuminates Watergate

08/08/14 12:27PM

Marking the 40th anniversary of Richard Nixon’s resignation this week, Joy Reid sat down Nixon’s Watergate counsel, John Dean, on his new book, “The Nixon Defense.” Learn more about the infamous break-in that toppled a presidency. watch

US weighs effort to help Iraqi refugees

US weighs effort to help stranded Iraqi refugees

08/07/14 03:23PM

U.S. officials tell NBC News that President Obama is considering a combination of airstrikes and humanitarian airdrops in Northern Iraq as a Sunni-led insurgency has reportedly trapped up to 40,000 members of a prosecuted religious minority. Joy Reid... watch

A new focus on voter discrimination

A new focus on voter discrimination

08/07/14 02:38PM

A new report finds that voting discrimination is a frequent problem in the U.S, while voter fraud is statistically nonexistent. Joy Reid discusses with Barbara Arnwine from the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and MSNBC.com reporter Zack Roth watch

U.S. citizens vote in the presidential election Nov. 6, 2012.

Voter fraud investigation finds few incidences out of 1 billion

08/07/14 01:34PM

Voter ID laws are back in the news once again, with two new opinions from the Wisconsin Supreme Court late last week dealing with the state's ID requirement, which would allow people to vote only if they provide certain forms of government-issued ID. The Court made some minor changes to the law but otherwise upheld it. However, the ID requirement is still on hold pending a federal lawsuit. read more

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