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Trump set to deliver 'major' immigration...

Trump set to deliver 'major' immigration...

Donald Trump announced over the weekend he's set to deliver a 'major' immigration this week in Arizona.
Officials to probe high death toll in...

Officials to probe high death toll in...

Italian authorities plan to investigate whether negligence in building codes contributed to the high death toll in last week's earthquake. NBC's Lucy Kafanov reports.
NFL QB sparks controversy over sit-out

NFL QB sparks controversy over sit-out

ESPN's Bomani Jones joins to discuss the controversy over 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's protest before a recent game.
Poverty affects the brain, according to study

Poverty affects the brain, according to study

Associate professor of education psychology and neuroscience at the University of Southern California Mary Helen Immordino-Yang breaks down a new study on how a person’s living condition can affect
Anti-trump group makes last round

Anti-trump group makes last round

MSNBC Contributor and spokesperson for Our Principles PAC Katie Packer talks about a new attempt by a Republican anti-Trump group set to launch a new TV ad in swing state suburbs.
Ben Jealous on Colin Kaepernick's protest

Ben Jealous on Colin Kaepernick's protest

Former president of the NAACP Ben Jealous joins Alex Witt to talk about gun violence in Chicago and NFL star Colin Kaepernick protesting the nation’s anthem in regards to police brutality.
Police Chief: 'So sick' of murders on streets

Police Chief: 'So sick' of murders on streets

Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department Eddie T. Johnson talks about prevalence of gun violence on the streets of Chicago.
Third party still a contender in election?

Third party still a contender in election?

Don’t count the third party out just yet. A new poll suggests Americans want to see Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson at the first presidential debate. Political science professor at Iona college
Focus group studies undecided voters

Focus group studies undecided voters

A Wisconsin focus group studies why undecided voters are doubtful in this year’s presidential election. Political analyst Elise Jordan and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean discuss the group's
Challenges loom for Trump in the west

Challenges loom for Trump in the west

New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters discusses Trump campaigning this week in Arizona – a favored Democratic state- and the struggle for the Republican party nominee to appeal to the west after
49ers QB refuses to stand for national anthem

49ers QB refuses to stand for national anthem

Star NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick held a controversial protest against racism in America. Michelle Bernard, Jonathan Capehart and Jay Newton-Small join to discuss.
Scrutiny intensifies on Clinton Foundation

Scrutiny intensifies on Clinton Foundation

What does the Clinton Foundation do, exactly? Chief Communications Officer Craig Minassian and The Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart join to discuss.
Book looks at Trump's life from childhood...

Book looks at Trump's life from childhood...

Donald Trump's rise in the worlds of business, entertainment and now politics is chronicled in the new book "Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money and Power." Co-author Marc
Effort to purge millions from voter rolls

Effort to purge millions from voter rolls

Rolling Stone reports on a Republican-orchestrated effort to compile lists of voters who they allege are registered to vote in multiple states. Reporter Greg Palast and Dale Ho of the ACLU's Voting
Will 'undercover Trump voters' reveal...

Will 'undercover Trump voters' reveal...

Trump Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway said many people who support Trump are apparently embarrassed to admit it. Michelle Bernard, E.J. Dionne and Jay Newton Small join to discuss.
Clinton maintains lead in latest poll

Clinton maintains lead in latest poll

The latest presidential Quinnipiac poll shows Hillary Clinton maintaining her lead over Donald Trump. Democratic pollster Fred Yang joins to discuss.
Adjusting to life after prison

Adjusting to life after prison

Alton Mills was sentenced to life in prison because of mandatory minimums. Last year, President Obama freed him.
Trump faces backlash as he tries to...

Trump faces backlash as he tries to...

Donald Trump supporters say the candidate is finally sticking to the script, but Trump's shift is sparking new questions from conservatives. Radio host Hugh Hewitt joins Al Sharpton to discuss.
Can Trump win over black voters?

Can Trump win over black voters?

The 2016 presidential race is erupting into heated accusations centering on race. Trump supporter Pastor Mark Burns joins Al Sharpton to discuss.
PoliticsNation 8/28/16

PoliticsNation 8/28/16

Watch the full episode of Sunday's PoliticsNation.