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‘My sense of time is very static’

  Dr. Paul Kalanithi, a Stanford neurosurgeon, reflects on how the meaning of time has changed for him after getting diagnosed with lung cancer and the birth of his daughter. Full story

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OITNB’s 'Black Cindy': From food stamps to stardom

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Krystal Clear Exclusive: Fresh off Patricia Arquette’s Oscar call for wage equality, actress Adrienne C. Moore – “Black Cindy” from Orange is the New Black – partners with the Make It Work campaign to unveil a comedic look at how women really do it all.

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Rachel Maddow
VA changes vote count rules while counting

Max Smith, reporter for WTOP News Radio, talks with Rachel Maddow about the close A.G. election in Virginia and questionable new vote counting rules.

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The father of 'Jihadi John' speaks to NBC News

Mohammed Emwazi's father authorized his lawyers to speak to NBC News for the first time, and he's saying that his son is not the ISIS leader known as "Jihadi John." NBC News Correspondent Keir Simmons and MSNBC Terrorism Analyst Evan Kohlmann have more.

The Ed Show

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The Ed Show
Fighting another pipeline

  Pristine forests and waterways of central New York and Pennsylvania are at risk if the controversial Constitution pipeline is built. Ed Schultz and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. discuss the potential impact.

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Andrea Mitchell

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Rift between US and Israel

Fmr. National Security Advisor Tom Donilon joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming address to both houses of Congress.

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Lockup Tulsa: Beat Down

Inmate Erik Olson, a newcomer to Tulsa County Jail, is brutally attacked by fellow inmates when they believe he is a sexual predator, typically the lowest on the inmate pecking order.

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Lockup Tulsa: Beat Down

Inmate Erik Olson, a newcomer to Tulsa County Jail, is brutally attacked by fellow inmates when they believe he is a sexual predator, typically the lowest on the inmate pecking order.