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‘Orange is the New Black’ stars make prison reform the new hot topic

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The author of the book that inspired the hit Netflix series "Orange is the New Black" joined three cast members to discuss how the controversial new show can start a dialogue about America's prison problem.

‘The Butler’ brings a front row seat to the civil rights movement

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Back in the day: What critics said about King’s speech in 1963

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Beutler speaks out on ‘Stop and Frisk’

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On NOW with Alex Wagner Tuesday, Salon senior staff writer Brian Beutler discussed his new article “What I learned from getting shot,” in which he details his near-fatal mugging in 2008 at the hands of two black teens...

Black women’s hair becomes target in TSA’s security theater

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Listen, I'm no stranger to the pre-flight security screening process. But this time, as I prepared to depart from the Kentucky airport, I experienced--let's call it a kink in that familiar routine.

Bloomberg defends stop and frisk

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The NOW with Alex Wagner panel discussed New York City’s Stop-and-Frisk policy Monday after New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg defended it in a Washington Post Op-Ed, saying that “when it comes to policing, political co...

Condoleezza Rice: ‘How could these people hate us so much?’

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Debating ‘The Snowden Effect’

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On Monday’s NOW with Alex Wagner, Alex and the panel discussed “The Snowden Effect” — a term coined by NYU Journalism professor Jay Rosen.

Edward Snowden, come on home

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Edward Snowden, there is a country that would be more than willing to accept you: the United States of America.

Flashback: MLK Jr. refutes critics who argued civil rights movement moved too fast

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Gravely ill Angola 3 inmate hoping for compassionate release

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"The state of Louisiana in the past 6 years has spent $6 million in lawyer fees to keep a 71-year-old man in solitary confinement," Herman Wallace attorney Nick Trenticosta said.

Holder’s big ‘first step’ toward improving justice in America

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