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Deal reached toward Syrian ceasefire

Deal reached toward Syrian ceasefire

02/12/16 07:31PM

The United States and other world powers reach an agreement for a "cessation of hostilities" in Syria, but skeptics question whether Russia, Iran and the Assad government in Damascus will stick to the deal. Former State Department official Nayyera Haq discusses with Chris Matthews. watch

Clinton slams Sanders for criticizing Obama

Clinton slams Sanders for criticizing Obama

02/12/16 07:18PM

Hillary Clinton's new strategy to take on Senator Bernie Sanders seems to be aligning herself with President Obama while pointing out the times Sanders criticized the current president. Will this help her in South Carolina? NBC News' Kristen Welker, Kasie Hunt and Roll Call's Jonathan Allen discuss. watch

Trump: Cruz ad is 'so false'

Trump: Cruz ad is 'so false'

02/12/16 07:00PM

South Carolina is known as the breeding ground for dirty political tricks, and it looks like the 2016 cycle may be no exception. Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz are back at it again, and things are getting ugly. NBC News' Hallie Jackson and the Washington Post's Susan Page discuss. watch

Let Me Finish: A message for poll skeptics

Let Me Finish: A message for poll skeptics

02/10/16 07:57PM

Are political polls dubious or telling? And following considerable victories in the New Hampshire primary, will Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders crash and burn in South Carolina or will they capitalize on the momentum? Chris Matthews discusses. watch

'Kasich is the guy of the hour'

'Kasich is the guy of the hour'

02/10/16 07:46PM

The Huffington Post's Howard Fineman, Bloomberg's Margaret Carlson and American Urban Radio Networks' April Ryan join MSNBC's Chris Matthews to examine how Governor John Kasich proved himself in the New Hampshire primary. watch

Can Clinton combat the generational divide?

Can Clinton combat the generational divide?

02/10/16 07:35PM

Can presidential candidate Hillary Clinton break down the wall between her and millennial voters? MSNBC's Joy Reid and Buzzfeed's John Stanton join Chris Matthews to discuss what challenges presidential candidate Hillary Clinton seeks to overcome in appealing to voters. watch

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