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Video: Finding Mideast harmony through dance

April 23: World-reknowned ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine discusses a new documentary, Dancing in Jaffa, which details his return to Israel where he taught young Israelis and Palestinians to dance together.(Other)World-reknowned ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine discusses a new documentary, Dancing in Jaffa, which details his return to Israel where he taught young Israelis and Palestinians to dance together.(The Cycle)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 20:51:49 GMT
Video: Coke vs. Pom tests food companies' labels

April 23: The court battle between Coke vs. Pom is about more than pomegranate. Its about food companies telling consumers what theyre ingesting.(Other)The court battle between Coke vs. Pom is about more than pomegranate. Its about food companies telling consumers what theyre ingesting.(The Cycle)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 20:49:07 GMT
Video: Georgia governor signs 'guns everywhere bill'

April 23: The governor of Georgia has signed a bill that fundamentally changes where guns are allowed, including schools and churches. NBCs Gabe Gutierrez and Rev. Raphael Warnock from Ebenezer Baptist Church discuss what critics are calling the guns everywhere bill.(Other)The governor of Georgia has signed a bill that fundamentally changes where guns are allowed, including schools and churches. NBCs Gabe Gutierrez and Rev. Raphael Warnock from Ebenezer Baptist Church discuss what critics are calling the guns everywhere bill.(Ronan Farrow Daily)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 20:20:33 GMT
Video: The BP oil spill four years later

April 23: Scientists are still trying to figure out the effects of the BP oil spill four years later. Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley discusses with Ronan Farrow.(Other)Scientists are still trying to figure out the effects of the BP oil spill four years later. Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley discusses with Ronan Farrow.(Ronan Farrow Daily)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 20:17:50 GMT
Video: Inside the same-sex marriage 'revolution'

April 23: Jo Becker, author of "Forcing the Spring" speaks to Ronan Farrow about the 2013 fight to overturn Proposition 8 in the Supreme Court and the controversy her book has stirred about gay rights activists. (Other)Jo Becker, author of "Forcing the Spring" speaks to Ronan Farrow about the 2013 fight to overturn Proposition 8 in the Supreme Court and the controversy her book has stirred about gay rights activists.(Ronan Farrow Daily)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 19:59:05 GMT
Video: The Supreme Court and diversity

April 23: The debate on race hits the nations highest court hard and fast with justice Sotomayors scathing dissent against the ban on affirmative action. Stephen Henderson, columnist for The Detroit Free-Press, and Michael Skolnik, editor-in-chief of the globalgrind.com, join Joy Reid to discuss the future of race relations in America.(Other)The debate on race hits the nations highest court hard and fast with justice Sotomayors scathing dissent against the ban on affirmative action. Stephen Henderson, columnist for The Detroit Free-Press, and Michael Skolnik, editor-in-chief of the globalgrind.com, join Joy Reid to discuss the future of race relations in America.(The Reid Report)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 19:11:14 GMT
Video: Does the Supreme Court support the majority?

April 23: After the Supreme Courts decision to uphold Michigans ban on affirmative action, does the nations highest court really represent what the majority wants? Joy Reid discusses.(Other)After the Supreme Courts decision to uphold Michigans ban on affirmative action, does the nations highest court really represent what the majority wants? Joy Reid discusses.(The Reid Report)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 19:09:45 GMT
Video: The Keystone pipeline and Democrats' future

April 23: As the Keystone pipeline becomes a bigger issue for the electorate, Democrats are trying to find a way to win votes in this big red states. Former Montana governor and Keystone supporter, Brian Schweitzer, joins The Reid Report to discuss the fight between the Democrats, land control, and the federal government.(Other)As the Keystone pipeline becomes a bigger issue for the electorate, Democrats are trying to find a way to win votes in this big red states. Former Montana governor and Keystone supporter, Brian Schweitzer, joins The Reid Report to discuss the fight between the Democrats, land control, and the federal government.(The Reid Report)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 19:08:03 GMT
Video: 'Racial discrimination is still a problem'

April 23: Lisa Bloom and Tom Mesereau discuss the Supreme Court's decision on affirmative action and Justice Sotomayor's impassioned dissent to the ruling.(Other)Lisa Bloom and Tom Mesereau discuss the Supreme Court's decision on affirmative action and Justice Sotomayor's impassioned dissent to the ruling.(Ronan Farrow Daily)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 19:00:54 GMT
Video: What the Georgia law means for gun control

April 23: NBCs Gabe Gutierrez and MSNBC contributor Goldie Taylor join Joy Reid to discuss the latest gun law signed in Georgia and what this means for the future of gun control.(Other)NBCs Gabe Gutierrez and MSNBC contributor Goldie Taylor join Joy Reid to discuss the latest gun law signed in Georgia and what this means for the future of gun control.(The Reid Report)

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 18:42:35 GMT
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