A federal judge orders the town of Cleveland, MS, to finally desegregate its public schools.
Natasha Leggero and Patton Oswalt explain religious liberty laws and anal sex to a puppy.
Mississippi's governor signs a declaration proclaiming April to be Confederate Heritage Month.
Residents of Flint, MI, aren't the only Americans who have a contaminated water supply.
Daniel performs plastic surgery on a man with a gruesome party injury.
Tags: web redemption, partying, injuries, stunts, weapons, gross-out, drunk, mississippi, alcohol, violence, plastic surgery, drinking games, doctors, food, behaving badly, blue collar, applebee's, money
Attorney Beechum Grady tries to put a genteel spin on Mississippi's law against same-sex adoption.
A high school superintendent goes to extremes to maintain a peaceful graduation ceremony.
Cable news pundits report on the elections with the aid of high-tech, attention-grabbing gadgets.
Tags: andrew sullivan, appearances, internet, pundits, fox news, msnbc, media, technology, steve doocy, cnn, john king, magic, al franken, minnesota, mississippi, alaska, demonstrations, midterm elections, indecision, blogs/podcasts, supernatural, midterms '014 - detour to gridlock
Eleanor Holmes Norton discusses voting rights and her role in Mississippi's historic Freedom Summer.
Tags: eleanor holmes norton, interviews, civil rights, african american, history, voting, mississippi, naacp, constitution, laws, protests, washington dc, republicans, congress, songs, mitch mcconnell, john boehner
In a run-off election, Republican Thad Cochran narrowly defeats his Tea Party opponent.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office revokes the Redskins' trademark due to it being offensive.
Thad Cochran tries to charm a Mississippi audience by reminiscing about indecent acts with animals.
Alabama challenges the 1965 Voting Rights Act because racism "is solved."
Tags: civil rights, voting, laws, african american, supreme court, ethnic, history, discrimination, racism, alabama, mississippi, slavery, martin luther king jr., i did it!, antonin scalia, conservative, jimmy
Mississippi ratifies the 13th Amendment and abolishes slavery.
Editor Roger Hodge discusses The Oxford American, otherwise known as The New Yorker of the South.
Tags: roger hodge, interviews, print media, the new yorker, mississippi, culture, south carolina, texas, food, accept your apology, fights, music, louisiana, jazz, rock 'n' roll, slavery, history, the south
Mississippi Representative Jeff Smith proposes a state bill that would neutralize federal gun laws.
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