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Video: Public education fight heats up in Chicago
Video: Pres. Obama calls for end to perpetual war
President Obama put it all on the line with his counterterrorism speech on Thursday. Lawrence Korb from the Center for American Progress, Syracuse Professor David Cay Johnston, CUNY School of Law professor Ramzi Kassem, and Senior Staff Attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights Pardiss Kebriaei join Melissa Harris-Perry to discuss President Obamas counterterrorism policy speech.(Melissa Harris-Perry)
Video: Disaster recovery and the politics of survival
NBCs Charles Hadlock reports from Moore, Oklahoma on how people are recovering after the deadly tornado. Then Staten Island resident Kathy Zito, who is still rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy, and Melodee Colbert-Kean, the mayor of Joplin, Missouri, join Melissa Harris-Perrys panel to discuss the governments response after disasters and where people are still waiting for relief.(Melissa Harris-Perry)
Video: Second state of recovery begins for Moore, Oklahoma
Video: Fighting terror and making Americans feel safe again
Video: Is the GOP too focused on the Obama administrations scandals?
Eleanor Clift, Julian Zelzer, Ann Lewis and Perry Bacon join MSNBCs Steve Kornacki to debate whether the GOP has become too focused on their opposition to the president and the Democrats to put the countrys needs first. The panel also discusses whether the GOPs opposition will negatively impact them in the 2014 election.(Up)
Video: Is resistance the theme of the GOP?
Video: US failure to maintain infrastructure betrays national legacy
Congressman Rick Larsen, who represents the district where the Skagit River Bridge collapsed and is member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about the need for America to make a greater investment in its infrastructure.(The Rachel Maddow Show)
Video: Rare confirmation of Obama pick prompts Supreme Court talk
Video: Social conservative extremists fill Virginia GOP slate