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US drawdown from Afghanistan nears

US drawdown from Afghanistan nears

11/15/14 01:53PM

Atia Abawi, former NBC News correspondent and author of “The Secret Sky” sits down with Alex Witt to weigh in on the U.S. drawdown from Afghanistan after more than a decade of war, what life in Afghanistan is like today and what role the Taliban will play watch

New book explores two historic JFK speeches

New book explores two historic JFK speeches

11/15/14 01:23PM

Andrew Cohen, author and professor of journalism and international affairs at Carleton University, joins Alex Witt to talk about his new book, “Two Days in June,” which examines President John F. Kennedy’s two pivotal speeches on nuclear arms and civil r watch

Former Navy Seals speak out

Former Navy Seals speak out

11/15/14 12:48PM

Retired Navy Seal John McGuire talks with Alex Witt about former Navy Seal Robert O’Neill’s decision to publicly announce he killed Osama Bin Laden and the importance of keeping Seal operations secret. watch

Are US airstrikes working?

Are US airstrikes working?

11/15/14 12:00PM

Marie Harf, Deputy Spokesperson for the U.S. State Department, reacts with Alex Witt to new information that reveals ISIS attacks in Iraq have significantly increased since American airstrikes began. watch

Obamacare enrollment begins Nov. 15

Obamacare enrollment begins Nov. 15

11/15/14 07:51AM

Anne Filipic, President of Enroll America, joins Alex Witt to discuss her expectations for the second enrollment period for Obamacare, including how many people will sign up for the first time, as well as re-enroll. watch

Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut

Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut

11/15/14 07:42AM

Comedian Jon Stewart talks with Alex Witt about his first feature film, “Rosewater,” which chronicles the imprisonment and torture of Maziar Bahari, an Iranian journalist who was accused of being a spy after appearing on “The Daily Show.” watch

Senate to vote Tuesday on Keystone bill

Senate to vote Tuesday on Keystone bill

11/15/14 07:15AM

Washington Post Political Reporter Philip Bump discusses with Alex Witt whether the Senate will authorize the construction of the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline after the bill sailed through the House, as well as the weight of Republican threats of a watch

How one street was home to 57 war heroes

How one street was home to 57 war heroes

11/09/14 01:52PM

Journalist and author Carlos Harrison talks with Alex Witt about his latest novel, “The Ghosts of Hero Street,” which profiles a single tiny Illinois street that was home to 57 men who fought in two wars. watch

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