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Obama to talk tax reform, college tuition

Obama to talk tax reform, college tuition

01/20/15 02:02PM

Cecilia Munoz, Domestic Policy Director at the White House, talks about some of the key points of the impending State of the Union address including the president’s plan for tax reform and free community college. watch

Selma for students

Selma for students

01/19/15 02:52PM

Thanks to a generous group of donors, school kids across the country have a unique opportunity to see history come alive in the film, "Selma." Msnbc's Trymaine Lee reports. watch

Who are today’s civil rights leaders?

Who are today’s civil rights leaders?

01/19/15 02:41PM

While “Black Lives Matter” protests have echoed Martin Luther King’s calls for justice during the civil rights movement, the demonstrations have largely been without a leader. Joy Reid speaks to James Peterson about the new generation fighting for... watch

How will new era of Cuba relations play out?

How will new era of Cuba relations play out?

01/19/15 02:32PM

As the U.S. holds high-level diplomatic talks this week with Cuba, Joy Reid and Fernand Amandi discuss whether the U.S. and Cuba can move past a history of mistrust and if a Republican-controlled Congress will largely oppose any deal they see as... watch

Tracking terror groups as threats grow

Tracking terror groups as threats grow

01/16/15 02:16PM

Laith Alkhouri, senior analyst at Flashpoint Global Partners, discusses the increased effort by the U.S. and its international partners to stop terrorist groups like al-Qaida and ISIS from planning attacks. watch

Controversy over new Charlie Hebdo cover

Controversy over new Charlie Hebdo cover

01/14/15 02:36PM

Three million copies of Charlie Hebdo’s historic edition have sold out Wednesday, but its cover remains at the center of a controversial clash of freedoms and societies. NPR’s David Folkenflik discusses. watch

Hopeful GOP candidates hit national stages

Hopeful GOP candidates hit national stages

01/14/15 02:21PM

Although no one has officially declared candidacy for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, unofficially, it seems that just about everyone has. Ben Domenech of The Federalist discusses the potential field, from Romney to Christie. watch

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