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NBC poll shows racial divide on policing

NBC poll shows racial divide on policing

12/07/14 01:15PM

Jason Johnson, professor of political science at Hiram College, Republican strategist Joe Watkins, and Today Show Legal Analyst and criminal defense attorney Karen Desoto join Alex Witt to discuss a new NBC News/Marist poll that finds confidence in the le watch

New poll shows black distrust in police

New poll shows black distrust in police

12/07/14 12:17PM

Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y., reacts with Alex Witt to a new NBC/Marist poll released Sunday that shows a deep racial divide in confidence in U.S. law enforcement and the legal system after two Grand Jury decisions not to indict white police officers in the watch

Why did the U.S. rescue mission fail?

Why did the U.S. rescue mission fail?

12/07/14 12:04PM

Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson joins Alex Witt to answer whether he believes the U.S. should have done anything different following emerging details about the failed attempt to rescue American photojournalist Luke Somers, including new informa watch

Another Romney run?

Another Romney run?

12/06/14 01:52PM

Jimmy Williams, MSNBC Contributor and Executive Editor at BlueNationReview.com, and Mercedes Schlapp, Republican Strategist and former Spokesperson for President George W. Bush, share with Alex Witt their take on a potential Mitt Romney presidential run a watch

Is US air campaign against ISIS working?

Is US air campaign against ISIS working?

12/06/14 01:45PM

United States Air Force Secretary Deborah James sits down with Alex Witt to discuss Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel leaving office, what the military needs in its new secretary, and whether the U.S. air campaign against ISIS is working. watch

Rolling Stone backtracks on UVA rape story

Rolling Stone backtracks on UVA rape story

12/06/14 12:55PM

Washington Post Media Reporter Paul Farhi discusses with Alex Witt the implications of Rolling Stone’s shocking letter citing discrepancies in their blockbuster article alleging a gang-rape at a fraternity event at the University of Virginia in 2012. watch

Protests continue over grand jury decisions

Protests continue over grand jury decisions

12/06/14 12:23PM

Columbia professor Dorian Warren and and John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor Eugene O’Donnell join Alex Witt to discuss the civil rights investigation in the Eric Garner case, as well as the police reforms needed to ensure the protection of bla watch

NAACP Missouri March reaches Jefferson City

NAACP Missouri March reaches Jefferson City

12/06/14 07:39AM

Cornell William Brooks, president and CEO of the NAACP, joins Alex Witt to talk about his organization’s 120-mile march from Ferguson to Missouri’s state capital Jefferson City that ended late Friday night, where hundreds gathered to protest the Ferguson watch

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