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Member of US working poor speaks out

Member of US working poor speaks out

11/29/14 01:51PM

Linda Tirado, author of “Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America,” joins Alex Witt to discuss her new book which debunks common misconceptions of America’s poor by offering a firsthand account of what it’s like to live in poverty. watch

Should frats be banned?

Should frats be banned?

11/29/14 01:40PM

Nina Burleigh and Anka Radakovich discuss the sexual assault allegations by a student at the University of Virginia and if frats should be banned in general. watch

Brown, Martin families unite at prayer vigil

Brown, Martin families unite at prayer vigil

11/29/14 01:14PM

Benjamin Crump, attorney for the Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin families, discusses with Alex Witt how the two families, united by tragedy, are teaming up to push for positive change, as well as how they’ve responded to the Grand Jury decision not to... watch

Federal probe of Ferguson shooting continues

Federal probe of Ferguson shooting continues

11/29/14 12:35PM

Seth Rosenthal, Venable LLC Partner and former federal prosecutor, talks with Alex Witt about whether the Grand Jury decision to not indict Officer Wilson and the ensuing protests in Ferguson will have any influence in the ongoing federal investigation in watch

Calls for police reform go beyond Ferguson

Calls for police reform go beyond Ferguson

11/29/14 12:15PM

Marquez Claxton, retired NYPD Detective and Director of the Black Law Enforcement Alliance, and Dorian Warren, Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Affairs at Columbia University and fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, join Alex Witt to disc watch

New report shows a rise in drone close calls

New report shows a rise in drone close calls

11/29/14 07:53AM

John Cox, MSNBC Aviation Analyst and retired U.S. Airways Pilot, reacts with Alex Witt to a new report from the Washington Post that reveals a surge in near-misses between commercial airliners and drones, begging the question: could drones bring down a pa watch

NAACP leads 7-day ‘Justice’ march in Missouri

NAACP leads 7-day ‘Justice’ march in Missouri

11/29/14 07:15AM

Cornell William Brooks, President and CEO of the NAACP, joins Alex Witt to discuss his plans for the NAACP’s seven-day march beginning Saturday throughout Missouri, a demonstration being called a “Journey for Justice,” to protest the Grand Jury’s decision watch

Back in the game? Ray Rice wins appeal

Back in the game? Ray Rice wins appeal

11/29/14 07:06AM

NBC’s Kristen Welker shares the latest development with Alex Witt on former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who is now eligible to play in the NFL again after being dropped from the team for a video that showed Rice hitting his then-fiancé Janay i watch

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