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Legacy defining week for President Obama

Legacy defining week for President Obama

06/27/15 12:34PM

Reporter for The Washington Post David Nakamura and writer for The Daily Beast Eleanor Clift speak with Alex Witt about the possible difficulties the administration endured to have trade, health care, and same-sex marriage upheld by the Supreme Court. watch

Same-sex couples legally recognized

Same-sex couples legally recognized

06/27/15 12:16PM

Joe Vitale and Rob Talmas, parents of “Adopted Child Doe” join Alex Witt to discuss the obstacles they faced during the process to adopt their son Cooper, as well as the joy they now feel after the Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage. watch

New cruise ships expected to hold more guests

New cruise ships expected to hold more guests

06/21/15 01:26PM

Hannah Sampson, Business reporter for the Miami Herald joins Alex Witt to discuss the finalization of the world’s largest cruise ship company’s’ multi-billion dollar deal for four new ships, and when these ships will be ready for use. watch

Confederate flag sparks debate

Confederate flag sparks debate

06/21/15 01:16PM

Director of Africana Studies, and Associate Professor at Liheigh University James Peterson, and South Carolina State Senator Brad Hutto talk to Alex Witt about the debate over the role the confederate flag plays in the heritage of South Carolinians. watch

Richard Nixon named most infamous president

Richard Nixon named most infamous president

06/21/15 12:43PM

Alex Witt is joined by Evan Thomas, author of nine books and former editor of Newsweek, to discuss America’s most infamous president, Richard Milhaus Nixon, and delivers his take on the significant aspects of Nixon’s legacy. watch

Emanuel AME church re-opens for service

Emanuel AME church re-opens for service

06/21/15 12:18PM

Former Vermont Governor and DNC Chairman Howard Dean, and Deputy Assistant to Vice President Cheney, Ron Christie, talk with Alex Witt about the impact that the re-opening of Emanuel AME church has on the Charleston community. watch

Reverend Simmons’ family speaks out

Reverend Simmons’ family speaks out

06/21/15 12:04PM

Alana Simmons and Daniel Simmons, granddaughter and son of Reverend Daniel Simmons who was murdered in the Emanuel AME church in Charleston, South Carolina, speak with Alex Witt about the characteristics of the beloved patriarch of their family. watch

Chicago pastor reaches out to GOP

Chicago pastor reaches out to GOP

06/20/15 01:48PM

Reverend Corey Brooks of The New Beginnings Church of Chicago, and CEO of The Project Hood nonprofit, gives Alex Witt his take on the most important voting issues and addresses his political concerns in regards to his African American community. watch

Apple and Google moving full speed

Apple and Google moving full speed

06/20/15 01:25PM

Senior tech correspondent at Mashable.com Christina Warren joins Alex Witt to discuss and describe the two latest home automation productions that could potentially allow you and your phone to control your house. watch

Confederate flag symbolism sparks debate

Confederate flag symbolism sparks debate

06/20/15 01:06PM

Jason Johnson, professor of Political Science at Hiram College, and Joel Sawyer, former Executive Director of the South Carolina Republican party speak with Alex Witt about the passionate debate over the confederate flag. watch

Charleston community in deep despair

Charleston community in deep despair

06/20/15 12:17PM

Rick Wade, former senior advisor to President Obama’s election campaigns, joins Alex Witt to address how the Charleston community has expressed forgiveness in their deepest despair, and the court issues that have been dividing America for so long. watch

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