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Ken Burns details Roosevelts’ intimate lives

Ken Burns details Roosevelts’ intimate lives

09/14/14 01:44PM

Master documentarian Ken Burns talks with Alex Witt about his new PBS series “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History,” which showcases the personal lives behind one of the most consequential political families in American history. watch

Book highlights Tehran’s contradictions

Book highlights Tehran’s contradictions

09/14/14 01:35PM

Alex Witt talks to Ramita Navai, former correspondent for the Times of London, about her latest book “City of Lies,” which profiles eight real Iranians who struggle in a city permeated with social, political and religious contradictions. watch

NFL player Greg Hardy deactivated from game

NFL player Greg Hardy deactivated from game

09/14/14 01:18PM

Selena Roberts, Fmr. Sports Reporter for the New York Times and Sports Illustrated, and Kostya Kennedy, Assistant Managing Editor for Sport Illustrated, sit down with Alex Witt to discuss the Carolina Panthers’ announcement this afternoon that defensive e watch

Poll: Public lacks confidence in ISIS mission

Poll: Public lacks confidence in ISIS mission

09/14/14 01:09PM

Dafna Linzer, Managing Editor at MSNBC.com, and David Nakamura, White House Reporter for The Washington Post, join Alex Witt to discuss the implications of today’s NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Annenberg Poll that reveals a majority of Americans lack confi watch

Katty Kay on Scottish independence referendum

Katty Kay on Scottish independence referendum

09/14/14 12:46PM

In Part 3 of this week’s Office Politics, Alex Witt sits down with BBC’s Katty Kay to discuss the ramifications of the Ray Rice incident and the NFL’s handling of it, as well as the historic vote ahead this week in Scotland. watch

Could executions affect US ransom policy?

Could executions affect US ransom policy?

09/14/14 12:36PM

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and Alex Witt react to the latest execution by ISIS of British aid worker David Haines and discuss whether the US and UK should reconsider policies on paying ransom to terrorists in exchange for hostages. watch

Will Goodell resigning solve NFL’s problem?

Will Goodell resigning solve NFL’s problem?

09/14/14 12:20PM

CBS Sports Radio Reporter Dana Jacobson talks with Alex Witt about the mixed response to the Ray Rice incident and whether a resignation from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell would have an impact on the larger issue of domestic violence within the league. watch

ISIS executes British hostage David Haines

ISIS executes British hostage David Haines

09/14/14 12:06PM

Steven Clemons, Washington Editor-at-Large for The Atlantic and MSNBC Contributor, talks with Alex Witt about the recent video showing the beheading of a third westerner by ISIS and the uncertainty in the intelligence community about the danger ISIS poses watch

Will Obama leave office with another Iraq...

Will Obama leave office with another Iraq war?

09/13/14 01:33PM

Rick Tyler, Republican strategist and former spokesman for Newt Gingrich, and Jimmy Williams, MSNBC contributor and Executive Editor at BlueNationReview.com, join Alex Witt to debate President Obama’s plan against ISIS and how the turmoil in the Middle Ea watch

WPost: Ferguson prosecutors take...

WPost: Ferguson prosecutors take unorthodox approach

09/13/14 01:18PM

Criminal Defense and Civil Rights Attorney Eric Guster and Washington Post Political Columnist Dana Milbank join Alex Witt to discuss the grand jury process underway in Ferguson to determine whether charges will be held against Darren Wilson, the police o watch

NFL star charged with injury to a child

NFL star charged with injury to a child

09/13/14 01:02PM

Nick Wright, Host of Houston Sports Radio 610, talks with Alex Witt about the recent indictment charges against Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson who turned himself into police overnight after using a “switch” to spank his son. watch

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