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Midterm Senate races: KS & SD wildcard states

Midterm Senate races: KS & SD wildcard states

10/14/14 02:41PM

NBC’s Perry Bacon and Democratic strategist Tara Dowdell join Joy Reid to discuss the down to the wire Senate races across the country, including how Kansas and South Dakota may come down to some Independents to take a win home for Democrats. watch

Ferguson October marches on

Ferguson October marches on

10/14/14 02:33PM

USA Today reporter Yamiche Alcindor joins The Reid Report with the latest news from the ground in Ferguson as people continue to get arrested as part of Ferguson October protests in honor of Michael Brown and Vonderrick Myers. watch

What do we really know about Ebola?

What do we really know about Ebola?

10/14/14 01:59PM

Msnbc host Ronan Farrow, Dr. Natalie Azar and Frankie Edozien join Joy Reid to discuss the latest on the spread of Ebola, including stepping up screenings at our nation’s airports and the nurse infected in Texas. watch

Sexism and the battle of the gamers

Sexism and the battle of the gamers

10/13/14 02:41PM

Eric Johnson writer for “Re/Code,” joins Joy Reid to talk the videogame world, and the sexism that comes with it. Brianna Wu, who received death threats allegedly as part of “Gamergate,” also joins. watch

How the Ebola fight is set back by budget...

How the Ebola fight is set back by budget cuts

10/10/14 03:05PM

In addition to the actual treatment of Thomas Eric Duncan, the other big issue regarding Ebola is overall readiness in the U.S. to contain the disease. NBC’s Sarah Dallof reports on the latest and Joy Reid discusses our preparedness with Joan Walsh,... watch

Tensions mount in Missouri

Tensions mount in Missouri

10/10/14 02:31PM

USA Today’s Yamiche Alcindor talks with Joy Reid about the shooting of another black Missouri teenager, this time by an off-duty police officer, and the planned “weekend of resistance.” watch

Courts give ‘grab bag’ of voter ID decisions

Courts give ‘grab bag’ of voter ID decisions

10/10/14 02:16PM

Court rulings in Texas and Wisconsin are giving opponents of strict voter ID laws a chance to celebrate, while . Joy Reid looks at the impact of recent voter ID decisions around the country with the Angela Rye, Joe Madison, and the NAACP’s Ryan Haygood. watch

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