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Jones family attorney discusses Tamir Rice...

Jones family attorney discusses Tamir Rice case

12/28/15 02:20PM

Rev. Marshall Hatch, pastor to the family of Bettie Jones, who was accidentally killed by Chicago police over the weekend, joins Frances Rivera to discuss her case, and the grand jury’s decision not to indict anyone in the Tamir Rice case. MSNBC’s Ari Melber also joins to discuss. watch

New reforms after Chicago police kill two

New reforms after Chicago police kill two

12/28/15 01:16PM

NBC's Sarah Dallof and Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post join Frances Rivera to discuss the fatal shootings of two unarmed African-Americans in Chicago by police over the weekend, plus a Post report on police shootings. watch

Spotlight on NFL head injuries

Spotlight on NFL head injuries

12/23/15 02:41PM

Steve Weatherford, former NFL Player, joins Thomas Roberts to discuss the new movie “Concussion,” and surrounding conversations about head trauma and professional football, including the Odell Beckham suspension. watch

Trump warns Clinton in new tweet

Trump warns Clinton in new tweet

12/23/15 02:02PM

Trump campaign national spokesperson Katrina Pierson joins Thomas Roberts to discuss the ongoing debate related to recent, controversial statements Donald Trump made regarding Hillary Clinton. watch

Donald Trump leads in new poll

Donald Trump leads in new poll

12/23/15 01:00PM

NBC’s Hallie Jackson, MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki, and Matt Lewis, author of ‘Too Dumb to Fail,’ join Thomas Roberts to discuss the controversy regarding comments Donald Trump made about Hillary Clinton, plus more on the GOP field. watch

Donald Trump attacks get personal

Donald Trump attacks get personal

12/22/15 02:32PM

Rick Pluta, of Michigan Public Radio Network, joins Thomas Roberts to discuss being in the room when Donald Trump made controversial statements regarding Hillary Clinton. Mark Halperin, managing editor of Bloomberg Politics, also gives his analysis. watch

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