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Congress gets review role in Iran deal

Congress gets review role in Iran deal

04/19/15 12:15PM

Rep. Adam Schiff, Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee, gives Alex Witt his perspective on the breakthrough with the White House that would give Congress a review role in the final nuclear agreement with Iran. watch

GOP hits Clinton in New Hampshire

GOP hits Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire

04/18/15 01:32PM

MSNBC political correspondent Kasie Hunt and New York Times reporter Nicholas Confessore analyze Hillary Clinton’s campaign strategy, as well as the Republican candidates’ appearances at the New Hampshire GOP summit. watch

Over 40% of US food goes to waste

Over 40% of US food goes to waste

04/18/15 01:22PM

Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin, producer and director of Just Eat It, join Alex Witt to discuss their documentary about the startling amount of good food that goes unused in the United States. watch

More police-involved deaths spark debate

More police-involved deaths spark debate

04/18/15 12:44PM

Ron Thomas, former Orange County Sheriff Deputy and father of Kelly Thomas, speaks with Alex Witt about his homeless son’s death by police, as well as how he thinks interactions between law enforcement and communities can be improved. watch

'I wish my teacher knew…'

'I wish my teacher knew…'

04/18/15 12:18PM

Kyle Schwartz, a third grade teacher in Colorado, talks to Alex Witt about an exercise she used to better connect with her underprivileged students, which in some cases resulted in them revealing heartbreaking secrets to her. watch

Months left to strike final nuke deal

Months left to strike final nuke deal

04/18/15 07:52AM

Abbas Milani, Professor and Director of Iranian Studies at Stanford University, discusses with Alex Witt what he calls Iran’s “Incremental Revolution”, and how Iranians have learned to turn some restrictions into tools for social and political change. watch

South Carolina shooting carries consequences

South Carolina shooting carries consequences

04/12/15 01:31PM

Paul Butler, professor of law at Georgetown University, and James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies at Lehigh University, join Alex Witt to discuss the legal implications of the police shooting in North Charleston, South Carolina. watch

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