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Children shackled for misbehaving

Children shackled for misbehaving

08/04/15 02:45PM

Plaintiffs are seeking policy changes and damages after two children with disabilities were handcuffed at a Kentucky school. Watch this video released by the ACLU, which is representing the plaintiffs. watch

Costs of extreme weather

Costs of extreme weather

08/04/15 02:16PM

Michael Mann, distinguished professor and director of the Earth System Science Center at Penn State University, joins Frances Rivera on the economic impact of flooding, forest fires, and other extreme weather. watch

Water safe for 2016 Olympics?

Water safe for 2016 Olympics?

08/04/15 01:46PM

NBC’s Anne Thompson joins Frances Rivera as tests reveal some water in Rio contains possibly harmful levels of bacteria and viruses. Will American athletes competing in these waters be safe? watch

Who will be in first GOP debate?

Who will be in first GOP debate?

08/04/15 01:01PM

NBC’s Mark Murray and former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty join Frances Rivera to discuss the possible candidates for the first GOP debate, which will be announced after 5 pm today. watch

Crowded (GOP) House

Crowded (GOP) House

08/03/15 02:04PM

MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt and NBC’s Mark Murray join Thomas Roberts on the crowded field of GOP presidential contenders as the first debate for that party edges ever closer. watch

Should the U.S. ban trophy hunting?

Should the U.S. ban trophy hunting?

08/03/15 01:38PM

Frances Rivera takes a look at the phenomenon of lion poaching. Then conservation biologist Dr. Reese Halter joins Thomas Roberts to discuss the killing of Cecil the lion, calling the dwindling lion population a "mass extinction." watch

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