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In passing, Nelson Mandela, or Madiba, as he was known to his countrymen, bound together billions once more with the common threads of equality, peace, and hope–this time, to say goodbye. (Photo by Rizwan Tabassum/Getty Images)
See more images as the world mourns Mandela’s departure.
Amid Elizabeth Warren’s rise to prominence, Democrats are seeing fault lines on economic populism fracture their party.
WATCH more from Up with Steve Kornacki.
As the one-year anniversary of the Newtown massacre approaches, activists joined forces in a new campaign urging Americans to get loud on gun control after a year of legislative setbacks.
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America teamed up with Mayors Against Illegal Guns in the TV ad, “No More Silence,” warning of more shooting tragedies to come without stricter regulations in place.
(Photo by Brennan Linsley/AP)
What do you think Nelson Mandela’s greatest legacy will be?
Read more on the lasting impact of the anti-apartheid icon: http://onmsnbc.co/eaDqOr
(Photo credit: Raymond Depardon/Magnum Photos)
Ed Pilkington, U.S. chief reporter for The Guardian, talks with Rachel Maddow about what leaked documents have revealed about conservative policy group, ALEC.
Rev. Al Sharpton invites you to join Team Rev on msnbc.com.
Chris interviews Michelle Rhee about whether education reform can truly address America’s lack of social mobility.
The simple joys of a child’s school desk — The Last Word shares a video report from Malawi.