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Kobani sees fiercest fighting in days

Kobani sees fiercest fighting in days

10/19/14 01:44PM

Former FBI Special Agent Clint Watts, a terrorism expert and Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, joins Alex Witt to analyze the ground battle in besieged Kobani as ISIS launches mortars and car bombs against Kurdish fighters. watch

Variety’s Ramin Setoodeh on latest Oscar buzz

Variety’s Ramin Setoodeh on latest Oscar buzz

10/19/14 01:23PM

Ramin Setoodeh, Film Editor for Variety, breaks down the latest Oscar buzz for Alex Witt, including the film “The Theory of Everything” about Stephen Hawking, Billy Murray’s performance in “Saint Vincent,” and Neil Patrick Harris’ hosting gig for the big watch

Poll shows a Republican revolution in KY

Poll shows a Republican revolution in Kentucky

10/19/14 12:54PM

Lauren Fox, Political Reporter for U.S. News and World Report, talks with Alex Witt about her latest article that reveals the horse race in Kentucky between Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is... watch

Early voting to begin in Texas

Early voting to begin in Texas

10/19/14 12:46PM

Victoria Defrancesco Soto, MSNBC Contributor and Fellow at University of Texas’ Center for Politics and Governance, reacts with Alex Witt to the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Texas’ strict Voter ID law as early voting begins tomorrow for the upcoming watch

TX Health Presbyterian: Hospital is safe

TX Health Presbyterian: Hospital is safe

10/19/14 12:28PM

Dallas Public Information Officer Sana Syed joins Alex Witt to share the latest updates on what’s happening inside Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in the aftermath of their botched response to the first Ebola case in the U.S. watch

Howard Dean: Voter ID decision a disgrace

Howard Dean: Voter ID decision a disgrace

10/18/14 01:43PM

Alex Witt is joined by Howard Dean, former Vermont Governor and DNC Chairman, who reacts to the Supreme Court’s decision to approve the Texas voter ID law, and explains why he believes voter ID fraud is a manufactured issue to disenfranchise voters. watch

Supreme Court allows Texas Voter ID law

Supreme Court allows Texas Voter ID law

10/18/14 01:21PM

Myrna Perez, deputy director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Carter for Justice, joins Alex Witt to discuss the impact of the Supreme Court decision to allow the Texas Voter ID law to go into effect just a few weeks before the November midterm ele watch

CDC takes step forward with new guidelines

CDC takes step forward with new guidelines

10/18/14 01:09PM

Pamela Cipriano, President of the American Nurses Association, talks with Alex Witt about whether the CDC’s stricter guidelines will be an effective step forward in the prevention of Ebola spreading in hospitals among healthcare workers. watch

Why is there still no Ebola cure?

Why is there still no Ebola cure?

10/18/14 12:54PM

Bloomberg News Health Reporter Shannon Pettypiece discusses with Alex Witt why there is no vaccine for Ebola despite its discovery decades ago, and how the virus can be contained today without a travel ban. watch

Officer Wilson recalls struggle with Brown

Officer Wilson recalls struggle with Brown

10/18/14 12:46PM

Today Show Legal Analyst Lisa Bloom shares with Alex Witt her legal perspective on the Michael Brown case in light of the first account publicly released of Officer Darren Wilson’s testimony recounting the altercation with Michael Brown leading up to his watch

Ebola doc: Hospitals more at risk than public

Ebola doc: Hospitals more at risk than public

10/18/14 12:35PM

Dr. Joseph McCormick, James H. Steele Professor and Regional Dean of University of Texas School of Public Health, joins Alex Witt to discuss the Texas Hospital and CDC’s failures in responding to the first Ebola case in the US, and his insight on where Eb watch

Is Ebola the midterms’ October Surprise?

Is Ebola the midterms’ October Surprise?

10/18/14 12:14PM

Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Ky., discusses with Alex Witt the tense subcommittee hearing this week in which government officials were grilled by Congress over the Ebola scare in Texas, and the impact it will have on the midterm elections. watch

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