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Hollywood’s appropriation of Hawaiian culture

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So POPular!'s Janet Mock, who is herself a native Hawaiian or Kanaka Maoli, talks about the new film “Aloha,” that word’s true meaning, and Hollywood’s continued appropriation of Hawaii and the culture of its native people.

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Is Deflategate bad for the NFL's bottom line?

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Host Josh Barro talks with ESPN's Emily Kaplan about the latest in the Deflategate saga and whether or not anything can hurt the NFL's brand.

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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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Fmr. CIA Deputy Director grilled on Iraq War

Chris Matthews and former CIA Deputy Director Mike Morell have a heated discussion about the Bush administration's pretext for invasion of Iraq in 2003, as well as the administration's implications that Iraq and Al Qaeda were connected.

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Amtrak train struck by object before crash?

  The assistant conductor of Amtrak 188 remembered hearing engineer say train was “struck” by something before it crashed, said NTSB investigators. Craig Melvin and Doug Riddell discuss.

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New Clinton site addresses ‘Clinton Cash’

Amanda Renteria, national political director for the Clinton campaign, joins Andrea Mitchell to talk about Hillary Clinton’s campaign strategy to respond to controversies generated by the new “Clinton Cash” book.

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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.