The United States plans to send thousands of military personnel and aid to Western Africa to assist with the ongoing threat posed by the Ebola Outbreak. Ed Schultz, Dr. Nancy Snyderman, Dr. Corey Hebert and Rep. Tim Ryan discuss.
President Obama laid out a clear plan to 'degrade and destroy' ISIS in Iraq and Syria, planning to defend the interests of the United States. Ed Schultz, Rep. John Garamendi, and Col. Lawrence Wilkerson discuss.
Congress returns from vacation faced with serious issues about the future of U.S. action against ISIS. Ed Schultz, Sen. Kent Conrad and E.J. Dionne discuss.
Thousands of fast food workers took to the streets across the country, fighting for fair wages and the right to unionize. Ed Schultz, Mary Kay Henry, Jennifer Epps-Addison and Rev. William Barber discuss.
In Trenders, Ted Cruz gets the Bronx cheer for borough bashing, while a hacker exposes celebrity selfies. Ed Schultz and Terence Moore discuss the latest incident of domestic violence in the NFL.
Republican governors across the country face tough re-election fights, showing the shifting direction of traditionally 'red' states. Ed Schultz, Mayor Virg Bernero and Adam Green discuss.
Mitt Romney tops the list for 2016, while thousands take part in a tomato toss in Spain. Ed Schultz and Gyasi Ross discuss Sarah Palin and Mike Dikta's defense of the controversial Washington Redskins logo.
The NFL commissioner admitted past mistakes, taking action to toughen the league's stance on domestic violence and sexual assault. Ed Schultz, Sen. Richard Blumental, Terence Moore, Goldie Taylor and Mike Papantonio discuss.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., joins to discuss his views on helping middle class Americans thrive and if he will run for president in 2016.
Burger King's acquisition of Tim Horton's raises serious questions about large corporations moving their headquarters to another country. Ed Schultz, James Hoffa and E.J. Dionne discuss.
The failed Republican presidential ticket of Romney and Ryan reunited for the first time since 2012, joking about their future presidential aspirations. Ed Schultz, Mike Papantonio and John Fugelsang discuss.
NFL Hall of Fame athlete Aeneas Williams traveled to Ferguson to help the community to heal in wake of tragedy. He joins Ed Schultz and Michael Eric Dyson to discuss his game plan to help.
Attorney General Eric Holder met with community leaders and elected officials in Ferguson, MO gaining a better insight to the situation on the ground. Ed Schultz, Daryl Parks and Mike Papantonio discuss.
The community in Ferguson, Missouri is searching for answers after a police officer shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old, Michael Brown. Michael Eric Dyson, Trymaine Lee and James Peterson discuss the latest.
Earning the title of Michael Eric Dyson's Pretender, right wing radio host Sandy Rios scolded Christian parents for failing to speak out against 'obscene books' in public schools.
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