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Can the US stop the ISIS hostage campaign?

Can the US stop the ISIS hostage campaign?

10/12/14 12:45PM

Tom Porteous, Deputy Program Director of Human Rights Watch, joins Alex Witt to discuss how Western hostages have been captured by ISIS and if the U.S. is doing enough to free them as American aid worker Peter Kassig’s life hangs in the balance. watch

TX health worker tests positive for Ebola

TX health worker tests positive for Ebola

10/12/14 12:04PM

Dr. Richard Carmona, former U.S. Surgeon General, and Alex Witt react to the latest Ebola case in Texas in which a health care worker caring for now deceased Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan was exposed to the virus while wearing protective gear. watch

Chinese company buys NY landmark for $1.95B

Chinese company buys NY landmark for $1.95B

10/11/14 01:53PM

James Mann, author of “The China Fantasy” and scholar-in-residence at John Hopkins University, joins Alex Witt to discuss the recent purchase by a Chinese insurance company of the legendary Waldorf Astoria hotel. watch

White House reacts to Obama criticism

White House reacts to Obama criticism

10/11/14 01:44PM

MSNBC Political Analyst Jonathan Alter, author and Daily Beast Columnist, sits down with Alex Witt to talk about the recent criticism of President Obama’s military decisions in Syria by his former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and the White House’s respo watch

Terminally ill woman plans 'death with...

Terminally ill woman plans 'death with dignity'

10/11/14 01:25PM

Barbara Daly, director of Clinical Ethics of University Hospitals Case Medical Center, shares with Alex Witt the medical community’s perspective on Brittany Maynard’s announcement that she plans to die on her own terms in light of her suffering from a pr watch

Sen. Cardin on if US ISIS strategy is working

Sen. Cardin on if US ISIS strategy is working

10/11/14 01:14PM

Sen. Benjamin Cardin, D-Md., member of the Foreign Relations committee, offers Alex Witt insight from Capitol Hill on whether the US-led airstrike campaign is effectively combating ISIS as the terrorist group makes significant advances in the Syrian-Turki watch

How St. Louis protests could impact legal...

How St. Louis protests could impact legal system

10/11/14 12:54PM

Faith Jenkins, MSNBC Legal Analyst and host of "Judge Faith" talks with Alex Witt about the potential impact of this weekend’s large-scale St. Louis protests on the legal system as the public awaits the Grand Jury decision on filing charges against... watch

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un remains MIA

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un remains MIA

10/11/14 12:46PM

Evans Revere, former Senior U.S. Diplomat-in-Charge of U.S.-North Korea Relations, joins Alex Witt to debunk rumors surrounding North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s over month-long absence from the public eye, including the nation’s major celebration for the watch

Different dynamics shake up key Senate races

Different dynamics shake up key Senate races

10/11/14 12:37PM

Lauren Fox, Political Reporter for U.S. News and World Report, discusses with Alex Witt the current outlook of the midterm elections, including whether or not Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes can recover from a recent hiccup in which she refused t watch

US conducts more airstrikes around Kobani

US conducts more airstrikes around Kobani

10/11/14 12:31PM

Phillip Smyth, terrorism expert and researcher at the University of Maryland, shares his insight with Alex Witt on potential areas in the Middle East ISIS may target next following recent reports that ISIS is now launching small scale strikes in Iran. watch

Four days of protests underway in St. Louis

Four days of protests underway in St. Louis

10/11/14 12:08PM

MSNBC’s Trymaine Lee joins Alex Witt from St. Louis to share the latest about what organizers are calling a “Weekend of Resistance,” a series of peaceful protests marking two months since unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed by a white watch

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