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Congressman Aaron Schock resigns

Congressman Aaron Schock resigns

03/17/15 02:20PM

NBC's Luke Russert reports breaking news that Republican Congressman Aaron Schock has resigned after questions about charging the government and his campaign thousands of dollars. He will leave office on March 31. watch

The NFL's long history of concussions

The NFL's long history of concussions

03/17/15 01:42PM

Francis Rivera reviews the tragic history of NFL athletes who suffered from brain damage after years on the field. Then, former NFL player Trevor Pryce weighs in on Chris Borland's decision to walk away from the game. watch

Ashley Judd’s rallying points

Ashley Judd’s rallying points

03/16/15 02:25PM

Actress Ashley Judd joins Thomas Roberts to talk about March Madness bracketology, her role in the latest installment of the ‘Insurgent’ films, her work on the sex slave documentary ‘A Path Appears,’ and Twittersphere politics. watch

Who are ISIS’s teenage recruits?

Who are ISIS’s teenage recruits?

03/16/15 02:15PM

Robert McFadden of The Soufan Group discusses ISIS’s attempt to recruit teenagers, why young men and women are joining the group, and how ISIS treats some of these teens as “cannon fodder.” watch

Tight race for Israeli PM

Tight race for Israeli PM

03/16/15 01:43PM

In advance of Israel’s elections this Tuesday, Dore Gold, the former foreign policy advisor to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, joins Thomas Roberts to discuss how the country’s voting and party systems work and whether Netanyahu can win the rac watch

Is Durst audio admissible in case?

Is Durst audio admissible in case?

03/16/15 01:14PM

Veteran prosecutor Paul Henderson discusses real estate developer and accused murderer Robert Durst’s recent arrest and his decision to waive extradition in his hearing. Frances Rivera lays out a timeline of Durst’s saga. watch

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