MSNBC host Toure (“The Cycle”), Buzzfeed’s McKay Coppins and The Atlantic’s Garance Franke-Ruta debate whether the early steam building behind Hillary Clinton 2016, including an endorsement from Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Missouri, is wise – or shades of 2008; then the trio examine Vice President Bide
NBC’s Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro discuss President Obama’s overseas trip, as well as the House taking up an abortion ban, Vice President Biden talking about executive action on guns, as well as the latest on immigration reform.
After the Obama administration’s defeat on the Senate background check vote, Vice President Joe Biden’s focus will be on the executive orders that the administration has pursued on guns. NBC’s Peter Alexander and Mark Murray discuss.
Rep. Joe Courtney, D-Connecticut, joins Martin Bashir to discuss renewed efforts – including a 100-day, 25-state tour by advocates – to force Congress to take up background check and other gun control measures.
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden and the Rolling Stone’s Eric Bates talk to Now guest host Joy Reid about the ongoing stalemate of national gun reform legislation.
Despite a 34 percent drop in the number of murders from last year, gun violence still poses a major problem in Chicago. Gun reform advocate Father Michael Pfleger joins NewsNation to talk about this pervasive problem.
Paramilitary soldiers take their positions near a hospital building during a gun battle in Quetta June 15, 2013. Militants in a volatile region of western Pakistan bombed a bus carrying women students on Saturday and then seized part of the hospital where survivors were taken, in the first major sec
Security officials take their positions near a hospital building during a gun battle in Quetta June 15, 2013. Militants in a volatile region of western Pakistan bombed a bus carrying women students on Saturday and then seized part of the hospital where survivors were taken, in the first major securi
A garbage collector poses for a picture with a toy gun at the municipal dump site, on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa June 14, 2013. Some 80 families make their living each day by scavenging the garbage piles at the city dump, local media reported. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY POVERT