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Anti-Muslim rhetoric spikes after San...

Anti-Muslim rhetoric spikes after San Bernardino

12/13/15 12:46PM

Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, president and founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, speaks with Alex Witt about an attack on a mosque that is being charged as a hate crime, as well as Donald Trump’s call to ban Muslims from entering the United States. watch

‘Hour of Code’ interests kids in technology

‘Hour of Code’ aims to interest kids in computers

12/13/15 12:40PM

More than 100 million people took part this week in an education event called ‘Hour of Code,’ part of a global initiative to get kids interested in computer science. MSNBC Business and Technology Correspondent Olivia Sterns has an inside look at the worldwide event. watch

Groundbreaking Paris climate deal approved

Groundbreaking climate deal approved in Paris

12/12/15 01:47PM

Gordon Chang, Forbes columnist and author of “The Coming Collapse of China,” offers his expertise to Alex Witt on the groundbreaking climate deal that just passed in Paris, as well as the hurdles that the wide-reaching guidelines may face. watch

This year’s top three headlines

This year’s top three headlines

12/12/15 01:27PM

With just three weeks away from ringing in the New Year, it is time to take a look back at some of the events that made headlines in 2015. Senior Editor of “The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2016,” Sarah Janssen shares the top news, offbeat, and sport headlines of 2015. watch

Why US, Gulf allies fall short in ISIS fight

Why US, Gulf allies fall short in ISIS fight

12/12/15 12:44PM

Erin Banco, Middle East reporter for the International Business Times, explains to Alex Witt why the United States and its Gulf allies have fallen short fighting ISIS, particularly when going after the terrorist group’s financial infrastructure. watch

Chicago activists continue to demand change

Chicago activists continue to demand change

12/12/15 07:51AM

National Youth and College Director, Stephen Green, speaks with Alex Witt about the Chicago protests where activists are calling for an expanded Justice Department investigation of the city’s police force in effort to seek change. watch

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