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Could Ebola victim’s life have been saved?

Could Ebola victim’s life have been saved?

10/09/14 03:47PM

As Thomas Eric Duncan’s family grieves, many are asking whether he would still be alive had he been hospitalized right away. Joy Reid talks with Rev. George Mason, pastor to Duncan’s fiancée, and Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, who is leading the... watch

US on the defense about anti-ISIS strategy

Obama admin. defends anti-ISIS airstrike strategy

10/09/14 02:16PM

As airstrikes fail to stop ISIS from advancing towards the Turkish border with Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry defends the U.S. strategy. NBC’s Richard Engel reports from the region, then Joy Reid discusses America’s tactics with activist Zainab... watch

FBI banks on public's help in terrorist hunt

FBI banks on public's help in ISIS terrorist hunt

10/08/14 02:12PM

NBC News' Pete Williams, Ayman Mohyeldin and Bloomberg's Indira Lakshmanan discuss the FBI's request for public assistance in identifying an ISIS militant with a North American accent, and discuss details on the latest anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria and el watch

Ebola patient gets experimental drug

Ebola patient gets experimental drug

10/07/14 02:14PM

NBC's Sarah Dallof reports on the conditions of Ebola patients Ashoka Mukpo and Thomas Duncan, who are both receiving an experimental drug. Then, Pastor George Mason -- pastor to the fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Duncan -- talks about how he remains in c watch

School board gets a lesson in civil...

School board gets a lesson in civil disobedience

10/06/14 02:44PM

A Colorado school board attempted to put a conservative spin on how AP U.S. History is taught. This sparked student protests and walkouts. Joy Reid talks to Ashlyn Maher, one of the students who spoke out at last Thursday’s school board meeting, and Jesse watch

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