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The U.S. economy added more jobs in 2014 than any year since the 1990s, according to latest numbers. A New York grand jury’s decision not to bring charges in the choking death of Eric Garner spurs another night of protests nationwide. A Federal probe into the Cleveland police department finds a pattern of excessive force against civilians. Seventeen states, led by Texas, file a federal lawsuit to block president Obama’s immigration order. The Supreme Court hears a landmark pregnancy discrimination case. And Ashton Carter is set to be the next Secretary of Defense. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week’s top national news stories.
- Margaret Talev White House correspondent, Bloomberg.
- Jeff Mason White House correspondent, Reuters.
- Nia-Malika Henderson National politics reporter for The Washington Post.
Video: What's Next For Eric Garner's Case?
After a grand jury failed to indict the officers involved in the choking death of Eric Garner, our panel takes a look at what we can expect from police behavior, protests and a federal investigation.
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As President Barack Obama calls for $75 million to fund 50,000 body cameras for police departments across the country, our panel takes a look at the arguments for and against the devices.
From The Blog: What Happens To Eric Garner's Case Now?
More than 220 people were arrested overnight in protests in New York City, the second such night of protests after a grand jury did not indict the officers involved in the choking death of Eric Garner.
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