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The Barack Obama library—where will it be?

The Barack Obama library—where will it be?

04/28/14 03:20PM

President Obama’s birth state of Hawaii and home city of Chicago are just two of the places that could house the President Barack Obama library. Joy Reid discusses the potential locations for the future home of Obama’s research facility and where it... watch

When sports stars made political statements

When sports stars made political statements

04/28/14 03:18PM

Professional athletes from the past have a history of speaking out in the political realm. Will the Clippers’ players make a statement about their current owner’s allegedly racist statements, in an echo of the past? watch

‘Stand and fight’ theme of NRA convention

‘Stand and fight’ theme of NRA convention

04/25/14 03:51PM

At the NRA convention in Indianapolis, gun rights activists are pushing for guns just about everywhere. Joy Reid talks with Shannon Watts from Moms Demand Action, a group that’s spending millions of dollars trying to stop them. watch

Conservatives try to run from Cliven Bundy

Conservatives try to run from Cliven Bundy

04/25/14 03:50PM

Just when Cliven Bundy’s comments couldn’t get worse, the Nevada rancher started talking about Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks. Conservatives who were supporting him are now trying to run for the hills. Joy Reid discusses with Nevada journalist... watch

Some inspiration from Chicago

Some inspiration from Chicago

04/25/14 03:46PM

Joy Reid tells the story of a housing project in Joliet, Illinois that the city wanted to demolish in order to make room for a development, and she reminds us that the work of civil rights is not history, but ongoing. watch

Obamacare could be boon for Democrats in 2014

Obamacare could be boon for Democrats in 2014

04/24/14 03:22PM

What if everything you’ve heard about the2014 midterms is wrong, and Democrats will benefit from the Affordable Care Act’s increasing popularity? Joy Reid looks at the numbers with MSNBC contributor Jimmy Williams and Democratic strategist Tara Dowdell. watch

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