The panelists discuss the limitations of pepper spray and the ancient origins of racism.
Tags: ricky velez, mike yard, bill nye, panel, baltimore, police business, african american, white people, science, violence, russell simmons, protests, racism, animals, history, technology, music, men/women, breasts, evolution
Ambitious cub reporter Jordan Carlos takes a hard-hitting look at the ongoing protests in Baltimore.
Jessica Williams investigates a dying breed of protesters: same-sex marriage opponents.
Tags: jessica williams, on location, same-sex marriage, lgbt, supreme court, protests, man on the street, religion, christian, school, legalization, civil rights, laws, fashion, google, discrimination
Jon confesses his gang loyalty, and a local news team discovers how dirty beards are.
The mysterious death of Freddie Gray draws attention to a history of police brutality in Baltimore.
The panelists talk police accountability in the age of smartphones and the use of the word "thug."
Angel Lewis proves that angry moms can be far more persuasive than the National Guard.
Tags: holly walker, teens, parenting, family, baltimore, riots, protests, violence, crime, kids, police business, national guard, military, african american, media, school, donald trump, twitter, racism
CNN takes an awkward approach to the Baltimore riots, and Fox News revives racial stereotypes.
Tags: baltimore, riots, protests, violence, police business, national guard, military, african american, media, crime, school, teens, anderson cooper, kids, cnn, fox news, america, history, tea party, gangs, stereotypes, racism, alcohol, mongering, don lemon
The panelists discuss how desperation and a prevailing sense of injustice can lead to riots.
Tags: kerry coddett, seaton smith, philip agnew, panel, baltimore, riots, protests, violence, police business, crime, african american, civil rights, white people, media, fox news, msnbc, keep it 100, parents, parenting
Following civil unrest, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake declares a state of emergency.
Tags: riots, protests, sports, fires, violence, behaving badly, baltimore, kids, school, economy, poverty, african american, cnn, wolf blitzer, government, national guard, military, history, unemployment, labor, crime, drugs
Journalist George Stephanopoulos explains how news-programming decisions are made.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, george stephanopoulos, media, news networks, white house correspondents association dinner, work/office, accountability, history, tv, twitter, government, washington dc, los angeles, the oscars, barack obama, fashion, red carpet, riots, protests, violence, baltimore, education, economy, crime, police business, hillary clinton, corruption, charity, scandals, money, lobbying, lgbt
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