Freddie Gray case set to go to trial
The trial is set to begin in Baltimore for the first of six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, with a jury selection scheduled for Monday. Seema Iyer, Dorian Warren and Raul Reyes join to discuss.
First of six officers to be tried in Gray case
The justice system responded quickly in Baltimore in the Freddie Gray case. Dorian Warren, Seema Iyer, Raul Reyes and Gray family attorney Judge William H. Murphy join to discuss the first of six separate trials for the police officers charged.
Cruz makes a big leap in Iowa poll
As the Republican field takes shape, Texas Senator Ted Cruz is looking more like a real contender, with the poll numbers and the money to go the distance. Dorian Warren, Raul Reyes, Susan Del Percio and Zephyr Teachout join to discuss.
Check out a behind the scenes look at the Democratic Presidential Forum hosted by Rachel Maddow from Friday night with Dorian Warren, the host of the Shift’s "Nerding Out" and msnbc.com digital producer Mary-Margaret Cimino.
As economy recovers, wages stay stagnant
Why workers haven't reaped the rewards of the economic recovery
As unemployment continues to decline, wage growth remains stagnant. Dorian Warren, Bryce Covert and Kevin Hassett join to discuss.
Are Uber drivers employees of the company?
Are Uber drivers employees of the company or independent contractors? Attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan joins to discuss the lawsuit brought against the company by three drivers.
NFL dogged by head injury issue
The biggest NFL pre-season buzz isn't necessarily about the action on the field, but a new movie starring Will Smith titled "Concussion". Dorian Warren, Dr. Anthony Lessi, Harry Carson and Demaurice Smith join to discuss the head injury issue within the NFL.
A Nerding Out panel talks about the purpose of the speech for presidents, and whether Obama met his goals on Tuesday night.
A Nerding Out panel talks about the beginnings of the State of the Union and its relevance.
Nerding Out's Dorian Warren talks to a panel about the state of the Union in the age of social media and a rapidly changing media environment.
Prof. Julian Zelizer joins Nerding Out to share highlights from his book, "The Fierce Urgency of Now," which focuses on LBJ and Congress. Prof. Christina Greer talks about why LBJ and President Obama are often compared to each other .
Mark Twain book’s interesting take on slavery
Occupy the Faculty Room: Prof. Christina Greer encourages viewers to read "Pudd'nhead Wilson," which sheds an interesting light on slavery and African-Americans. Prof. Julian Zelizer then suggests another read, "Fear Itself," which focuses on The New Deal.
Columbia professors Shamus Khan and Suresh Naidu talk about what's new in the world of academia that has top social scientists talking.
Alexis Goldstein and Shamus Khan talk about how business cultures change the way policy makers manage the economy.
Wall Street professional-turned-activist Alexis Goldstein talks about how Wall Street's bonus season affects the ideology of its employees.
Msnbc's Chris Hayes and Columbia Professor Shamus Khan discuss the future of America's "1%" in 2015