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According to women, the GOP is a party "stuck in the past"

08/29/14 12:07PM

It looks like the GOP is starting to realize that American women are not pleased with their party. In a new report commissioned by two major Republican organizations, including one founded by Karl Rove, the Republicans received some harsh feedback from women.  The report finds that women perceive the Republican Party as “intolerant,” “lacking in compassion,” and “stuck in the past. read more

NRA stays silent on tragedy

NRA stays silent on tragedy

08/28/14 07:47PM

Guns are more ubiquitous now, thanks in large part to the advocacy of the NRA. Chris Matthews discusses with retired ATF agent Jim Cavanaugh and Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson. watch

When politicians get caught on tape

When politicians get caught on tape

08/28/14 07:34PM

Chris Matthews talks with the New York Times’ Jonathan Weisman and NBC News’ Perry Bacon Jr. about when politicians get caught by recordings when they thought they were behind closed doors. watch

Republican Scott Brown talks to the media after announcing his bid for the United States Senate primary election in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, April 10, 2014.

Scott Brown tweets portray an "active" Senate candidate

08/28/14 01:24PM

U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown is certainly flexing his muscle when it comes to outdoor activities these days. The New Hampshire senate seat-hopeful frequently tweets about going to the gym and engaging in many types of physical activity. On any given day, Brown’s photos show him making great use of the mountains, lakes, and beaches of N.H. read more

Gun accident sparks conversation on safety

Gun accident sparks conversation on safety

08/27/14 07:47PM

A nine-year-old girl firing an Uzi accidentally killed her instructor after she lost control of the weapon. Gun control advocate Paul Helmke and Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, join to discuss. watch

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