Two witnesses in the Trayvon Martin investigation, Mary Cutcher and Selma Lamilla, join Cenk to discuss what they saw, Huffington Post politics reporter Laura Bassett explains why Americans should be more concerned with domestic terrorism, science correspondent Cara Santa Maria talks climate change school curriculum, and the Power Panel — Zach Carter and Think Progress’s Judd Legum — answer: who was the last honest Republican?
Cara Santa Maria, senior science correspondent at “The Huffington Post,” joins Cenk for the first installment of “The Heat Is On,” our series about about climate change. watch video
Cenk talks to Laura Bassett, political reporter for “The Huffington Post,” about a bomb that exploded in a Wisconsin Planned Parenthood. “I can’t think of anything less pro-life than putting a bomb outside of a health clinic,” Bassett says. watch video
Cenk talks to two eyewitnesses in the Trayvon Martin shooting, Mary Cutcher and Selma Lamilla. “If you have a broken nose, there’s an extremely large amount of blood, and [George Zimmerman] never once was wiping or cleaning himself,” Cutcher tells [...] watch video
Tonight, two witnesses in the Trayvon Martin investigation tell their story. Plus, Cenk and Laura Bassett on why Americans should be more outraged about domestic terrorism. Get additional articles, videos, and graphics related to the stories on the show here. read post