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Marking two years since Sandy Hook

Marking two years since Sandy Hook

12/14/14 01:17PM

David Altimari, reporter for the Hartford Courant, discusses with Alex Witt how the Newtown community is remembering the two year anniversary of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School that left 20 children and 6 adults dead, and how they are re watch

FBI investigates hanging death of black teen

FBI investigates hanging death of black teen

12/14/14 12:53PM

Rev. Gregory Taylor, pastor of the Lennon Lacy family, joins Alex Witt to discuss the reaction in the North Carolina town where the FBI is investigating the hanging death of a 17-year-old black teenager that was originally declared a suicide. watch

Is cheap oil bad for the US economy?

Is cheap oil bad for the US economy?

12/14/14 12:17PM

Jared Bernstein, former Chief Economist for Vice President Biden and Senior Fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, joins Alex Witt to illustrate the large-scale impact of falling oil prices on the U.S. economy, as well as the implications o watch

Senate approves $1.1 trillion spending bill

Senate approves $1.1 trillion spending bill

12/14/14 12:04PM

Sen. Benjamin Cardin, D-Md., breaks down for Alex Witt which elements of the $1.1 trillion budget bill that passed the Senate late Saturday Democrats wanted, and which ones were a result of a compromise with Republicans. watch

Budget battle continues in the Senate

Budget battle continues in the Senate

12/13/14 01:18PM

Rep. John Sarbanes, D-Md., shares with Alex Witt the latest he’s hearing on the Senate vote to approve the $1.1 trillion spending package, as well as what he anticipates will happen when the Homeland Security budget runs out in February. watch

Will nationwide protests bring change?

Will nationwide protests bring change?

12/13/14 01:04PM

Ekow Yankah from Cardozo School of Law, Jason Johnson from Hiram College and The Washington Post's Radley Balko discuss if the nationwide protests in the wake of the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner have formed into a movement and what the demonstr watch

Interrogator reacts to CIA torture report

Interrogator reacts to CIA torture report

12/13/14 12:54PM

Robert McFadden, Senior Vice President at The Soufan Group and former NCIS Special Agent-in-Charge, shares his insight with Alex Witt on the efficacy of torture and the debate inside the intelligence community about the CIA interrogation and detention pro watch

Senate takes on spending bill

Senate takes on spending bill

12/13/14 12:43PM

Former Bush-Cheney Senior Advisor Robert Traynham and former Democratic Vermont Governor and DNC Chairman Howard Dean join Alex Witt to discuss who has the most at stake in the ‘Cromnibus’ fight over a provision rolling back limits on big banks, and wheth watch

Sex assault survivor on going public

Sex assault survivor on going public

12/13/14 12:17PM

Katie Hnida, a campus rape survivor and public speaker, talks with Alex Witt about her shocking experience going public after suffering from campus sexual assault, and demystifies why many sexual assault victims wait to report attacks or do not report at watch

Senate meets in rare Saturday session

Senate meets in rare Saturday session

12/13/14 12:04PM

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., tells Alex Witt why he voted against the $1.1 trillion dollar spending bill, as well as how the CIA torture report will impact U.S. efforts to promote human rights abroad. watch

CIA torture report fuels calls for...

CIA torture report fuels calls for prosecution

12/13/14 07:41AM

New York Times Chief Washington Correspondent David Sanger discusses with Alex Witt whether he believes key CIA officers will be prosecuted as a result of emerging details from the torture report, as well as how the impact of these revelations about the a watch

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