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Police and activism: The fallout

Police and activism: The fallout

12/05/14 02:41PM

Activists T-Dubb-O and Bassem Masri join Joy Reid to look at concerns over freedom of speech in the wake of police arresting protesters and efforts to curb what some see as an epidemic of police excessive force. watch

NYC officers wear body cameras

NYC officers wear body cameras

12/05/14 02:16PM

About two dozen officers will become the first to wear body cameras in a pilot program in New York City. Joy Reid talks with Seema Iyer about all of the possible steps to reform police departments nationwide. watch

Rolling Stone sex assault story questioned

Rolling Stone sex assault story questioned

12/05/14 01:59PM

Rolling Stone issued a shocking apology regarding its blockbuster article alleging a gang rape at the University of Virginia in 2012. WUVA reporter Catherine Valentine and MSNBC’s Irin Carmon discuss the situation with Joy Reid. watch

Analyzing Ashton Carter’s defense resume

Analyzing Ashton Carter’s defense resume

12/02/14 02:16PM

NBC News is reporting that the next nominee for U.S. Secretary of Defense could be Ashton Carter. The Atlantic’s Steve Clemons analyzes Carter’s defense resume and explains why Carter may have to “fire a four-star general” for credibility. watch

Living with HIV in America

Living with HIV in America

12/01/14 02:52PM

William Brawner, subject of the film "25 To Life," talks about why he kept his HIV positive status a secret for over 25 years, and the fallout of reactions from his friends and the community around him. watch

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