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Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at the Justice Department in Washington, on March 4, 2015. (Photo by Carolyn Kaster/AP)

Let Me Finish: Attorney General Holder's report on Ferguson

03/06/15 08:10PM

Let me finish with Attorney General Eric Holder's report on the death of Michael Brown and the conduct of the Ferguson police force. I start with the conflicting eyewitness accounts that found their way into the news during that whole tragic episode. People were saying things about what happened in those terrible seconds that spiraled... read more

Children sled on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol during a snow storm in Washington

Sideshow: Congressional Chaos This Week

03/06/15 07:38PM

It only took a group of brave-hearted kids and their patriotic spirits to temporarily lift the ban on sledding at Capitol Hill. During Thursday’s snowstorm, children and their parents took their snow day (and their sleds) to the Hill in pursuit of defying Capitol police regulations and exercising their right to sled. read more

7 Days of Genius: Culinary Geniuses

7 Days of Genius: Culinary Geniuses

03/06/15 07:29PM

Tom Colicchio, msnbc contributor and host of Bravo’s “Top Chef,” and Nathan Myhrvold, founder of “The Cooking Lab,” enlighten Chris Matthews on the role that politics, poverty, and the food industry play in our nation's health. watch

Does Iran help in the fight against ISIS?

Does Iran help in the fight against ISIS?

03/06/15 07:17PM

President Obama faces the odd scenario of an unlikely ally with Iran in the fight against ISIS. BBC international affairs correspondent Kim Ghattas and Foreign Policy magazine editor-in-chief David Rothkopf discuss. watch

New questions about Hillary’s emails

New questions about Hillary’s emails

03/06/15 07:00PM

The focus on Hillary Clinton, seen all this week in front page headlines, none of them good, heads into the weekend. Beth Fouhy of msnbc.com, David Corn of Mother Jones magazine, and April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks discuss. watch

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The boots on the ground appear to be from Iran

03/05/15 07:41PM

The reality on the ground shows Iran is playing a stepped up role in fighting ISIS. The Atlantic's Steve Clemons, The Huffington Post's Ryan Grim, and The Washington Post's Elahe Izadi form the Hardball Roundtable to discuss. watch

Genius actors of our time

7 Days of Genius: Genius actors of our time

03/05/15 07:29PM

How do you measure genius in movie-making? James Lipton, host of “Inside the Actor’s Studio” on Bravo, reviews his list of actors and actresses who he considers geniuses: Marlon Brando, Charlie Chaplin, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and Meryl Streep. watch

Hillary Clinton responds to email inquiries

Hillary Clinton responds to email inquiries

03/05/15 07:00PM

Hillary Clinton tweets out a response to her State Department inquiries, saying she “wants the public to see” them. Michael Schmidt of The New York Times and Anne Gearan of The Washington Post have more. watch

Photo by: AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

Let Me Finish: The Importance of the Supreme Court

03/05/15 03:13PM

For the first time in our lives, the Supreme Court is the most pivotal branch of our government. Those nine people up there could have more power on three top issues than a Speaker of the House, a whole body of senators, the President of the United States. read more


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