President on Ferguson violence, 'Ice Bucket Challenge,' high speed rail and more

Today on the show, we examine President Obama's remarks about the the violence that has erupted in Ferguson, Missouri. We'll also speak to a former U.S. Air Force pilot who lost faith in the system when police shot his son. Plus, Chinese hackers steal 4.5 million medical records from a Tennessee hospital chain, we weigh in on the 'Ice Bucket Challenge' and much more.
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