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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

What motivated the San Bernardino attack?

What motivated the San Bernardino attack?

12/12/15 07:36AM

Malcom Nance, Executive Director for the “Terror Asymmetrics Project” and author of “Defeating ISIS: Who They Are, How They Fight, What They Believe” joins Alex Witt to speak about the still developing details in the San Bernardino case. watch

Donald Trump continues to lead in GOP polls

Donald Trump continues to lead in GOP polls

12/12/15 07:17AM

Political Reporter for the Washington Post, Phillip Bump, talks to Alex Witt about Donald Trump’s attack on Ted Cruz during a rally in Iowa, and the latest polls where Donald Trump continues to pull further ahead than his rivals. watch

Senate votes against background check laws

Senate votes against background check laws

12/06/15 01:51PM

MSNBC Analyst Jonathan Alter and USA Today Washington correspondent Paul Singer analyze the discrepancies between polling on terror and guns for Alex Witt, as well as the Senate’s vote to kill background check legislation. watch

How ISIS recruits in the United States

How ISIS recruits in the United States

12/06/15 01:40PM

Lorenzo Vidino, director at George Washington University’s Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, offers his expertise to Alex Witt on whether the United States is equipped to handle threats from lone wolves. watch

Investigators track guns in San Bernardino...

Investigators track guns in San Bernardino case

12/06/15 01:19PM

Bill Gavin, former assistant director of the FBI’s New York office, speaks to Alex Witt about what investigators hope to gain by tracking the weapons used in the San Bernardino shooting, as well how the FBI could track phone records between the attackers. watch

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