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Video: Cleveland police under intense scrutiny

Dec. 20: The Cleveland police department has been under intense scrutiny after the recent deaths of 12-year-old Tamir Rice and Tanisha Anderson, a 37-year-old woman with mental illness. Seema Iyer, Wesley Lowery, Jumaane D. Williams and Keith Sainten talk about how far police-citizen relations still have to go in Cleveland and how police unions factor in. (Other)The Cleveland police department has been under intense scrutiny after the recent deaths of 12-year-old Tamir Rice and Tanisha Anderson, a 37-year-old woman with mental illness. Seema Iyer, Wesley Lowery, Jumaane D. Williams and Keith Sainten talk about how far police-citizen relations still have to go in Cleveland and how police unions factor in. (MHP)

Sat, 20 Dec 2014 21:02:44 GMT
Video: Your last chance at Up Against the Clock this year

Dec. 20: Steve Kornacki says farewell to 2014 in this special year-end digital edition of his current events and politics game show, Up Against the Clock. (Other)Steve Kornacki says farewell to 2014 in this special year-end digital edition of his current events and politics game show, Up Against the Clock. (UP)

Sat, 20 Dec 2014 12:01:17 GMT
Video: What if North Korea wasn't behind Sony hack?

Dec. 19: Xeni Jardin, editor and tech culture journalist at BoingBoing.net, talks with Rachel Maddow about the dearth of known facts about the hacking of Sony Pictures and why some people are skeptical that North Korea is the real source of the Sony Pictures hack. (msnbc.com)Xeni Jardin, editor and tech culture journalist at BoingBoing.net, talks with Rachel Maddow about the dearth of known facts about the hacking of Sony Pictures and why some people are skeptical that North Korea is the real source of the Sony Pictures hack. (Rachel Maddow)

Sat, 20 Dec 2014 03:35:18 GMT
Video: The Republicans' greatest hoax?

Dec. 19: Republican members of Congress spent the 2014 year trying to discredit climate change despite the trend toward the warmest year on record. Ed Schultz, Paul Douglas and Michael Brune discuss. (Other)Republican members of Congress spent the 2014 year trying to discredit climate change despite the trend toward the warmest year on record. Ed Schultz, Paul Douglas and Michael Brune discuss. (The Ed Show)

Fri, 19 Dec 2014 23:44:41 GMT
Video: Obama: ‘Sony made a mistake’

Dec. 19: Pres. Obama used the year's final press conference to address North Korea's hacking of Sony and the subsequent cancellation of the movie the Interview. Ed Schultz, Joe Cirincione and Mikey Kay discuss. (Other)Pres. Obama used the year's final press conference to address North Korea's hacking of Sony and the subsequent cancellation of the movie the Interview. Ed Schultz, Joe Cirincione and Mikey Kay discuss. (The Ed Show)

Fri, 19 Dec 2014 23:43:30 GMT
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