The Washington Post's Carol Leonnig joins to discuss the investigation into two high-level Secret Service agents who have been reassigned after allegations they may have been drunk last week, when they smashed a car through a White House security barricad watch
Rev. Al Sharpton gives his take on the shooting of two police officers in Ferguson and how the city can move forward. Then, Frances Rivera details the recent leadership changes for Ferguson city officials in the wake of a DOJ report. watch
Frances Rivera gives a detailed timeline of the events which unfolded in Ferguson Wednesday night. Then, Deray McKesson, an activist who was at the rally where two police officers were shot, joins Thomas Roberts to discuss. watch
Police Chief Tom Jackson is expected to step down Wednesday afternoon after the release of a DOJ report that found a pattern of racial bias by the city and its police department. Msnbc's Trymaine Lee and State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-Mo., discuss. watch
The AP announces a lawsuit against the State Department over Hillary Clinton’s emails. Washington Bureau Chief for Bloomberg News Jonathan Allen talks with Thomas Roberts about whether the crisis will force Clinton to declare a presidential run sooner. watch
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