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With the election just 18 days away and three presidential debates behind
them, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are campaigning across the country.
Clinton is scheduled to spend Sunday in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she will
be joined by the Mothers of the Movement—women who lost their children to
police-involved incidents and gun violence. We discuss the election with former
Bernie Sanders supporter Shaun King, senior justice writer for the New York
Daily News. "We learned a lot of tough lessons" from the Sanders campaign, King
says. But, he adds, "I think [Clinton] has evolved, and we’ll have to see, if
she is elected, what that evolution means in terms of policy and practices."
Shaun King, Black Lives Matter activist and the senior justice writer for the
New York Daily News, discusses NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who continued
his protest Sunday against racial oppression and police brutality by kneeling on
one knee during the pre-game national anthem ahead of his first game of the year
for the San Francisco 49ers. His actions have sparked similar protests across
the country among professional, college and even high school and middle school
Two Chicago police officers say they have faced retaliation and suffered from
PTSD since they blew the whistle on a gang of their fellow cops who were
demanding bribes from drug dealers in the housing projects of Chicago. We speak
with one of the whistleblowers, Shannon Spalding, and with reporter Jamie
Kalven, who documented their ordeal in a major investigation for The Intercept
called "Code of Silence."
life like for Mike Rowe without a network television show?
dropped Somebody's Gotta Do It, Rowe has had his privacy violated by a drone,
the former host of Dirty Jobs survived the rumors of his own death swirling
about the internet, and in the home stretch of an ugly presidential election, he
worries more than ever about unemployment, the skills gap, and a widespread loss
of meaning in American life.
Yet Rowe himself remains more popular than
ever. Days after Rowe read a letter from his mother detailing how she lost her
purse at Wal-Mart, the post went hyperviral. It was seen by over 100 million
people – "a third of the country!" he exclaims. "I've never seen anything like
it," Rowe tells Reason TV, "I've talked to people at Facebook who said they've
never seen anything like it."
Football fans, the time has come for those who own Bengals tight end Tyler
Eifert, to finally get him in your line up! Eifert has ramped up his activity
level recently and feels he's ready to play Sunday! Should Eifert suit up, it'd
be his first appearance of the 2016 campaign and a much-anticipated debut after
his 13 touchdown catches last season.