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ISIS seizes dangerous nuclear material

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The United Nations has been notified that ISIS has obtained low-grade uranium from a university lab in Mosul, Iraq. NBC’s Keir Simmons joins NewsNation to discuss.

North Korea nuclear test ‘quite likely’

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Another North Korean nuclear test is “quite likely” in the “not-too-distant future,” a veteran former American diplomat told CNN’s Paula Newton, in for Christiane Amanpour, on Tuesday. “They’re well along on this path of theirs to the development of nuclear weapons, and testing is an important feature of that program. So I expect there will be another test in the relatively near future,” Stephen Bosworth, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea and former special representative for North Korea policy, said. South Korea’s Defense Ministry warned on Tuesday that the North has stepped up activity at its main nuclear test site, possibly preparing to carry out a fourth underground blast. The reclusive regime in Pyongyang is known to have conducted three previous tests, all of them believed to be based on plutonium. The most recent one took place February 2013. “At some point, as their missile program continues to develop and their nuclear weapons program continues, they will reach a point where I think we will all conclude they are a very grave threat to regional stability, and indeed to nuclear non-proliferation,” Bosworth said. Recent experience shows, the former diplomat told Newton, that the “one way that we have of at least slowing them down, or gaining some additional time, is to engage with them.”

US nuclear facility failings raise alarm

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Joe Cirincione, president of the Ploughshares Fund, talks with Rachel Maddow what the U.S. should do with its dangerous, obsolete nuclear arsenal.

Officers accused of cheating on nuclear exams

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NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski reports that dozens of military officers entrusted with some of the nation’s land-based nuclear missiles have been pulled off the job for alleged drug possession and cheating on tests.

Drugs, cheating at nuclear missile facilities

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Rachel Maddow reports on a drug scandal among Air Force officers who oversee U.S. nuclear missiles, followed by accusations of cheating on certification tests.

The Iran nuclear deal

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Chris Hayes and panel talk about the Neocon reaction to the Iran nuclear deal.

A historic nuclear agreement

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Chris Hayes talks about the nuclear deal with Hooman Majd, Ambassador Christopher Hill and Congressman Eliot Engel.

Nuclear option has Republicans up in arms

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In Trenders, Boehner successfully signs up for Obamacare. Miley Cyrus' cat filled AMA performance goes viral. Ed Schultz and Eugene Robinson discuss filibuster.

How the right got the ‘nuclear option’ wrong

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Rev. Sharpton is joined by Patricia Murphy and Joe Madison to discuss how the right continues to go ballistic over the filibuster rule change.

Iran nuclear talks hit snag in Geneva

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Negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program continued Friday in Geneva, with reports that talks hit a snag over Iran’s insistence it be able to continue enriching uranium. Ali Arouzi discusses.

Nuclear fallout from Senate vote

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Washington is not grappling with the nuclear fallout from Harry Reid’s historic move on the filibuster. The NOW panel discusses.

Senate Democrats go nuclear

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Faced with what he called "unprecedented" Republican obstruction, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid invoked the so-called nuclear option which will advance most presidential nominees with a simple majority vote. Lawrence O'Donnell discusses it with Alex Wagner and E.J. Dionne.

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