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NYC reaches settlement with some OWS protesters

    New York City taxpayers will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for the actions of NYPD officer who unjustly pepper-sprayed Occupy Wall Street protesters in 2011. Protester Kaylee Dedrick joins Lawrence to discuss her settlement with the City of New York. Full story

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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.

Hardball

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Hardball
Honoring Rev. Clementa Pinckney

Amid all the celebration after the same-sex marriage ruling today, a somber reminder from Charleston about how far the country still has to go to ensure equality for all.  NAACP President Cornell William Brooks and the Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson discuss.

The Ed Show

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The Ed Show
Bernie Sanders discusses his 2016 campaign

  2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks with Ed Schultz about his campaign "road map," his policy positions, and his stance on money in politics.

The Ed Show

Andrea Mitchell

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Andrea Mitchell
SC congressman: ‘Please break your silence’

South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn, at a prayer vigil after a fatal shooting at Emanuel A.M.E. Church Wednesday night, encouraged the Charleston community to speak up, saying, “If we stay silent, they win. They must not win.”

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Lockup
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.

Lockup
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.