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Search for cause of plane crash in Egypt

Search for cause of deadly plane crash in Egypt

11/02/15 12:00PM

Russian officials have not identified the cause of Saturday’s Metrojet plane crash in Egypt that killed all 224 people on board. Airline officials said an external impact is the only probable cause of the crash. NBC’s Bill Neely explains how the two black boxes have been recovered from the plane and are being analyzed now. They have not ruled... watch

Graham: Isis will not be intimidated by this

Graham: Isis will not be intimidated by this

10/30/15 12:38PM

GOP candidate Lindsey Graham joins NBC’s Andrea Mitchell to discuss the announcement that the United States will deploy special forces to Syria. He also explains why he is one of the 10 candidates that is rebelling against the Republican National Committee over the structure of the Republican debates. He suggests that there should be two debates... watch

Online poll: Clinton 50% among dems

Online poll: Clinton 50% among dems nationally

10/30/15 12:28PM

A brand new NBC News online poll reinforced Hillary Clinton’s post Benghazi hearing strength while she has hit 50% among the Democratic party with a 20 point lead over Bernie Sanders. NBC’s Peter Hart, The Wall Street Journal’s Carol Lee, and NY Time’s Jeremy Peters discuss this and the recent breaking headlines including the announcement that... watch

Tough reviews for Jeb Bush after CNBC debate

Tough reviews for Jeb Bush after CNBC debate

10/29/15 12:17PM

Marco Rubio came out on top after heated exchanges with Jeb Bush at Wednesday’s presidential debate. Where should Bush’s campaign go from here? The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza, Ruth Marcus, and Kathleen Parker weigh in. watch

Bush hopes for a strong debate

Bush hopes for a strong debate

10/28/15 12:49PM

Former Congressman Vin Weber responds to the freedom caucus’ announcement that they are rebelling against the new budget deal plan. He also shares his support for GOP candidate Jeb Bush and feels that in order for him to succeed in Wednesday night’s debate, he needs to get the conversation shifted to policy. watch

Schultz: I’m so proud of the Dem candidates

Schultz: I’m so proud of the Dem candidates

10/28/15 12:46PM

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz explains how she feels the Democratic candidates have gotten more accomplished in their one debate, as compared to the past two Republican debates. She also comments on the upcoming House vote regarding the new budget deal. watch

Sheriff: Officer Fields terminated

Sheriff: Officer Fields terminated

10/28/15 12:00PM

Sheriff Leon Lott addresses the recent announcement stating that Ben Fields, the student policy officer who body slammed a female student in a South Carolina classroom, has been relieved of duties. Sheriff Lott says how he believes that Fields did not follow proper procedures when handling this situation and feels that they did the right thing... watch

Top chefs lobby for Child Nutrition Act

Top chefs lobby for Child Nutrition Act

10/27/15 12:43PM

Some of the nation’s top chefs are trying to gain support for school lunches authorized by the Child Nutrition Act. This law helps feed millions of American children every day. MSNBC food correspondent, Tom Colicchio, explains how they are serving school lunches to members of congress to prove to them how the standards need to be raised for... watch

Questions surround recent budget agreement

Questions surround recent budget agreement

10/27/15 12:17PM

Fmr. Chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, Austan Goolsbee, responds to congress’ recent announcement of a budget deal agreement. He feels that one of the main reasons they reached this agreement was because of Speaker John Boehner’s upcoming retirement. watch

U.S. boots on ground to fight Isis

U.S. boots on ground to fight Isis

10/27/15 12:07PM

Defense secretary Ash Carter told the Senate Armed Services Committee that the US military will put boots on the ground in a direct fight to attack Isis in Iraq and Syria. NBC’s Chief Pentagon Correspondent Jim Miklaszewski explains how everyone agrees that the current plan to fight Isis is not working and why the defense secretary announced... watch

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