Our Fractured Racial Politics; Obama Opens the Door to 10,000 Syrians; The Staying Power of 'No Diggity'

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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton campaigning in 2008

MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid talks about her new book “Fracture,” in which she looks at the history of racial politics in America and today’s relationship between the Obamas and the Clintons. Plus: the politics and logistics of President Obama's decision to accept 10,000 displaced Syrians; temporary papal traffic patterns in NYC; reports of unjust treatment of immigrants at a North Jersey detention center; and a by-the-numbers breakdown of the lingering popularity of old songs.