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The Four Tops sing Detroit’s praises

The Four Tops sing Detroit’s praises

03/27/15 02:24PM

The Four Tops join Joy Reid to discuss their vocal careers, Motown's golden era, and what the future may hold for Detroit's music industry. The Detroit Free Press' Stephen Henderson also joins the discussion. watch

Detroit works to close gender gap in tech

Detroit works to close gender gap in tech

03/27/15 02:13PM

Marlin Page, founder of Sisters Code, speaks with Joy Reid about efforts to close the gender gap in coding and emerging technologies. Plus: Sisters Code graduate Sherri Crowe, “Yes We Code” founder Van Jones and the Detroit Free Press' Stephen Henderson j watch

How Detroit built its own Tinseltown

How Detroit built its own Tinseltown

03/27/15 01:44PM

From superhero stories to political sagas, Detroit has become a popular site for film shoots. MSNBC’s Joy Reid speaks with Michigan Film Commissioner Jennell Leonard about the city’s resurgent film industry. watch

Could psych tests have prevented plane crash?

Could psych tests have prevented plane crash?

03/27/15 01:17PM

Following the Germanwings crash, Frances Rivera explains the Federal Aviation Administration’s standards for pilot psychological evaluation. Former National Transportation Safety Board investigator Greg Feith weighs in on what airlines could do to... watch

Civic leader forgives SAE member

Civic leader forgives SAE member

03/26/15 02:52PM

It’s been weeks since the video of SAE members chanting racist songs went viral. Oklahoma State Senator Anastasia Pittman says supporting Levi Pettit, one of the fraternity members who apologized for the first time yesterday, is about America knowing the watch

High-profile cases of pilot suicide

High-profile cases of pilot suicide

03/26/15 02:32PM

Francis Rivera breaks down the history of pilot suicides dating back more than a decade ago. Then, NBC’s Craig Melvin discusses the animated re-creation of the final minutes leading to the Germanwings crash. watch

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