Show Stories

select from

E.g., 2/1/2015
E.g., 2/1/2015
Are blows to Russia’s economy hurting Putin?

Are blows to Russia’s economy hurting Putin?

01/02/15 12:36PM

The economic headwinds are fierce in Russia where a mix of international sanctions and plummeting oil prices have the economy reeling. NBC’s Jim Maceda reports, and former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul joins msnbc to discuss. watch

Remembering former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo

Remembering former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo

01/02/15 12:10PM

Ed Rendell and Bob Shrum share their memories of former New York Governor Mario Cuomo, who is being remembered today as a liberal lion and a politician whose personality and eloquence earned him praise far beyond the borders of New York. watch

Memoir captures key moments in broadcast news

Memoir captures key moments in broadcast news

12/30/14 12:49PM

Nancy Palmer discusses “Newscatcher,” the memoir written by longtime NBC anchor John Palmer before his death in 2013. Palmer talks about her husband’s career, his memorable reporting, and what some may not know about the legendary journalist. watch

US, Cuba negotiations move forward

US, Cuba negotiations move forward

12/30/14 12:20PM

Roberta Jacobson, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the United States’ priorities when negotiating with Cuba, and what the level of trust with Raul Castro is. watch

Tensions high between NYC officials, police

Tensions high between NYC officials, police

12/29/14 12:43PM

Dozens of NYPD officers turned their backs on New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio during the mayor’s remarks at the funeral service for a slain officer. David Axelrod and Michael Steele debate the politics of their protest, and how it’s affecting... watch

North Korea slams Obama with slur

North Korea slams Obama with slur

12/29/14 12:14PM

North Korea is pushing back at the U.S.’ accusations that they are responsible for the cyber-attack on Sony, including a racial slur in its statement about President Obama. Victor Cha, senior adviser and Korea Chair at Georgetown University, discusses. watch

Pope Francis’ year of change at the Vatican

Pope Francis’ year of change at the Vatican

12/23/14 12:44PM

Father Dave Dwyer joins msnbc to discuss Pope Francis’ recent scathing remarks about top church officials, who he says are suffering from “spiritual Alzheimers,” and looks back at the groundbreaking year the pope had. watch

Pages