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Race becoming larger issue in South Carolina

Race becoming larger issue in South Carolina

01/17/12 07:00PM

Many viewers saw racial themes as an undercurrent in Monday’s South Carolina debate on issues ranging from entitlement programs to Newt Gingrich’s comments about the work ethics of poor people. Rep. James Clyburn discusses whether it’s risky for... watch

Does Romney appeal to voters?

Does Romney appeal to voters?

01/16/12 07:00PM

Will voters have a difficult time connecting to Mitt Romney because his life story has been so different from most people’s experiences? Authors Michael Kranish and Scott Helman discuss. watch

Who won the S.C. debate?

Who won the S.C. debate?

01/16/12 07:00PM

Hardball’s Chris Matthews recaps the highlights of the GOP debate in South Carolina and shares his reaction to the attitudes of the candidates and audience. watch

Congress returns to work

Congress returns to work

01/16/12 07:00PM

After last year’s fight on the debt ceiling, payroll tax cut and shutdown threats, what are the odds that Congress has made a New Year’s resolution to work together? The National Journal’s Major Garrett shares his thoughts. watch

Economy may become Obama’s biggest problem

Economy may become Obama’s biggest problem

01/16/12 07:00PM

President Barack Obama’s reelection chances could hinge on whether he can boost the fragile U.S. economy. Steve Case, a member of Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, explains how to turn the economy around. watch

S.C. enforces strict voter ID law

S.C. enforces strict voter ID law

01/15/12 07:00PM

Opponents of the South Carolina law contend that fraud is not a rampant problem in the state and the phone I.D. is a way to minimize minority voter turnout. State Sen. Larry Martin, R-S.C., author of the state’s voter I.D. law joins Andrea Mitchell... watch

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