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A lot to worry about for voting rights

A lot to worry about for voting rights

07/12/14 08:36AM

Jonathan Capehart, Rev. William Barber, Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe, and MSNBC’s Joy Reid discuss the court challenge of voting restrictions in North Carolina and other sections of the country. watch

One year since the Trayvon Martin verdict

One year since the Trayvon Martin verdict

07/12/14 08:24AM

This weekend marks one year since George Zimmerman was acquitted of second degree murder and manslaughter charges in the killing of Trayvon Martin. Jonathan Capehart, MSNBC host Joy Reid and Global Grind’s Michael Skolnik talk about how things have... watch

Violence continues to plague Chicago

Violence continues to plague Chicago

07/12/14 08:14AM

Guest host Jonathan Capehart and his table examine whether the violence in Chicago is a Chicago-specific problem. They also discuss George Clooney and Angelina Jolie going after a British tabloid. watch

Will opposition remain divided in Maine?

Will opposition remain divided in Maine?

07/06/14 12:19PM

Eliot Cutler, Independent candidate for governor in Maine, speaks about Democrats urging him to drop out of the race against current Republican Governor Paul LePage and Democratic Congressman Mike Michaud. watch

NSA intercepting 'intimate' data

NSA intercepting 'intimate' data

07/06/14 08:49AM

The Washington Post reports that the NSA is intercepting data from many more ordinary users than its intended targets. Katon Dawson and Wesley Lowery discuss the new report and the documents leaked by Edward Snowden. watch

Immigration crisis divides Washington further

Immigration crisis divides Washington further

07/06/14 08:00AM

The Washington Post's Wesley Lowery, Katon Dawson, former Chairman of the South Carolina Republican party and Gabriela Domenzain from the Raben Group join Steve Kornacki to discuss the political implications of the current crisis at the border. watch

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