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NAACP sponsors march from Selma to D.C.

NAACP sponsors march from Selma to D.C.

08/01/15 07:35AM

Cornell William Brooks, President and CEO of the NAACP, joins Alex Witt to discuss the “Journey for Justice” march to bring attention to police violence against African-Americans and other issues of racial injustice. watch

Hillary Clinton responds to accusations

Hillary Clinton responds to accusations

07/26/15 12:00PM

NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker talks to Alex Witt about the new word from Hillary Clinton regarding her email controversy, saying whether she knowingly sent or received classified information while she was Secretary of State. watch

O’Malley links climate change to ISIS

O’Malley links climate change to ISIS

07/25/15 01:52PM

Caitlin Werrell and Francesco Femia, co-founders and directors of the Center for Climate and Security, assess Martin O’Malley’s claim that the rise of ISIS can be attributed to climate change and its broader implications for national security. watch

Clinton to publicly testify on Benghazi

Clinton to publicly testify on Benghazi

07/25/15 01:34PM

Politico reporter Manu Raju and CNN correspondent Erin McPike speak with Alex Witt about the news that Hillary Clinton will testify in a public hearing on Benghazi on October 22, and analyze the political implications of the hearing. watch

Trump leads polls with low favorability

Trump leads polls with low favorability

07/25/15 12:31PM

Essence contributor Zerlina Maxwell and GOP strategist Adolfo Franco give their takes to Alex Witt on Donald Trump’s commanding lead in the polls, as well as how Hillary Clinton could have handled her email controversy better. watch

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