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Senate holds hearing on Voting Rights Act

Senate holds hearing on Voting Rights Act

06/25/14 02:42PM

Some Republicans have shown little interest in the new bill that would reduce restrictions blocking minority voting. Rep. Marcia Fudge, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, and Linda Sanchez, second vice chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, j watch

The true power of minority voters

The true power of minority voters

06/25/14 02:31PM

Zachary Roth, msnbc.com national reporter, and Sherrilyn Ifill, president and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, join Joy Reid to discuss how Thad Cochran’s victory may affect minority voters’ ability to influence elections. watch

The battle for Harlem and Mississippi

The battle for Harlem and Mississippi

06/25/14 02:01PM

NBC’s Ron Allen and Slate staff writer Jamelle Bouie join Joy Reid to discuss the Mississippi senate runoff and New York’s 13th district primary election, which is still contested as Rangel claims victory. watch

Rematch: Espaillat vs. Rangel

Rematch: Espaillat vs. Rangel

06/24/14 02:41PM

Katon Dawson, former South Carolina Republican party chair, political strategist Angela Rye and senior fellow at Demos, Bob Herbert, join Joy Reid to discuss Charles Rangel’s toughest primary since he defeated Adam Clayton Powell in 1970. watch

Poll watchers to monitor Mississippi primary

Poll watchers to monitor Mississippi primary

06/24/14 02:29PM

Ken Cuccinelli, president of the Senate Conservatives Fund, said that his group will have poll watchers monitoring Sen. Thad Cochran’s campaign turnout, after his attempt to court black voters. Political strategist Angela Rye, senior fellow at Demos, Bob watch

Kerry attempts to intervene in Iraq

Kerry attempts to intervene in Iraq

06/24/14 02:11PM

How should the U.S. intervene as ISIS gathers strength in the Middle East? David Rohde, Reuters investigative reporter, and Rania Abouzeid, an independent journalist covering the Middle East, join Joy Reid to discuss. watch

The IRS scandal hearings continue

The IRS scandal hearings continue

06/23/14 02:53PM

Joy Reid talks about how, despite the continuing search for ill intent, this time focusing on missing emails, there is little evidence Lois Lerner or the IRS targeted conservative groups. watch

Donald Trump calls settlement a ‘disgrace’

Donald Trump calls settlement a ‘disgrace’

06/23/14 02:44PM

The Central Park 5 settlement has garnered mostly positive reviews except from Donald Trump. Joy Reid speaks to MSNBC’s PoliticsNation host Rev. Al Sharpton about being one of the most prominent figures who defended the Central Park 5 back in 1989. watch

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