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Deaths in MN and LA spark gun control debates

Deaths in MN and LA spark gun control debates

07/09/16 12:18PM

Lucia McBath, national spokesperson for “Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America”, reacts to the killing of two African American men that sparked protest across the nation, and the discussion on stricter gun laws. watch

Differences in race continue to strain U.S

Differences in race continue to strain U.S

07/09/16 12:08PM

Racial tensions in the U.S. remain following the death of two African American men shot by police. James Peterson, MSNBC contributor and Director of Africana Studies at Lehigh University, discuss the increasing divide. watch

Unrest between police and African American...

Unrest between police and African American community

07/09/16 08:52AM

Eddie Glaude, chair of the Center for African American Studies at Princeton University, and Dante Barry, director of the “Million Hoodies Movement for Justice,” discuss Dallas shooting and the unrest between police and civilians surrounding attack. watch

Robot used to stop Dallas gunman

Robot used to stop Dallas gunman

07/09/16 08:19AM

MSNBC's law enforcement analyst, Jim Cavanaugh, talks about the robot used to detonate Dallas shooting suspect and the use of robotic machines for lethal force in the future. watch

Will BLM Movement lose legitimacy?

Will BLM Movement lose legitimacy?

07/09/16 07:53AM

Joe Watkins, Republican strategist, talks concern over the Black Lives Matter Movement losing validity in the wake of shooting that killed five police officers and President Obama leaving Europe early to address recent tragedies in Dallas. watch

Minnesota shooting death of innocent man...

Minnesota shooting death of innocent man investigated

07/09/16 07:41AM

Following the Dallas tragedy, former federal prosecutor and now professor, Paul Butler, analyzes the criminal case behind the shootings. He also describes why “smoking gun” cell phone footage in Philando Castile’s death doesn’t mean a “slam dunk” verdict. watch

Ongoing racial tensions in the U.S.

Ongoing racial tensions in the U.S.

07/09/16 07:28AM

Christina Greer, professor of political science at Fordham University, discuss possible solutions to dissolve growing tensions between police and the African American community. watch

'Women Vote Trump' aims to grow support

'Women Vote Trump' aims to grow support

07/03/16 01:53PM

Kathryn Serkes, one of the co-founders of “Women Vote Trump,” joins Alex Witt to talk about the organization’s plans to drive support for Trump among female voters and raise at least $30 million for the campaign. watch

Clinton camp moves past investigation

Clinton camp moves past investigation

07/03/16 01:35PM

Anne Gearan, National Political Reporter for the Washington Post, tells MSNBC’s Alex Witt what’s happening inside the Clinton campaign as it ramps up its efforts to move on from the email server investigation. watch

Will this week hurt or help Hillary?

Will this week hurt or help Hillary?

07/03/16 12:55PM

Democratic Pollster Fred Yang analyzes Hillary Clinton’s troubles with shedding her “untrustworthy” image and the effects this week’s events will have on her overall campaign. watch

Clinton continues fight to earn voters’ trust

Clinton continues fight to earn voters’ trust

07/03/16 12:33PM

Texas Congressman and Hillary Clinton supporter Joaquin Castro joins Alex Witt to discuss potential fallout for the Democratic front-runner after the FBI investigation and gridlock on Capitol Hill over gun control legislation. watch

What is US learning from recent attacks?

What is US learning from recent attacks?

07/03/16 12:22PM

MSNBC’s Alex Witt sits down with terrorism expert Peter Krause to discuss the tactics used in recent ISIS attacks in Baghdad, Bangladesh and Istanbul, ways to combat terror here in America and the probability of attacks on home soil. watch

The history class divisions in America

The history class divisions in America

07/02/16 01:52PM

Author of “White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America,” Nancy Isenberg, joins MSNBC’s Alex Witt to discuss her new book and the history of class differentiation in the United States. watch

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