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Montel Williams plays Hardball

Montel Williams plays Hardball

04/01/15 07:32PM

Amir Hekmati, an American-born former Marine, has been held prisoner in Iran for three-and-a-half years. Former Marine and talk show host Montel Williams joins Hardball to tell us why he is advocating for Hekmati's release. watch

The GOP’s collision course

The GOP’s collision course

04/01/15 07:01PM

The response to the ‘religious freedom’ legislation in Indiana and Arkansas is highlighting a divide between Republicans and a growing national consensus on gay rights. Dana Milbank, Gregory Angelo, and Sandy Rios discuss. watch

'Above The Fray': A documentary

'Above The Fray': A documentary

04/01/15 12:23PM

The story of the 1988 election as told by former Democratic Presidential Nominee Michael Dukakis. With NBC News reports and never-before-seen footage, it’s a cautionary tale about what it takes to win and why it’s necessary to engage a political... watch

Alan and Arlene Alda play Hardball

Alan and Arlene Alda play Hardball

03/31/15 07:30PM

In her new book, "Just Kids from the Bronx," author Arlene Alda tells the stories of 60 Americans who grew up in the Bronx, including Colin Powell, Al Pacino, and Regis Philbin. Her husband, actor Alan Alda, also joins the conversation. watch

Iran nuclear talks reach 11th hour

Iran nuclear talks reach 11th hour

03/31/15 07:00PM

Can a deal keep Iran from developing a bomb? Is there any other way to do it? What do John Boehner and Mitch McConnell have to offer? Andrea Mitchell reports from Switzerland and Richard Engel from Tel Aviv. Christopher Hill and Eugene Robinson also join. watch

Backlash over 'religious freedom' law

Backlash over Indiana’s 'religious freedom' law

03/30/15 07:16PM

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence doubled down on his decision to sign a new religious freedom law last week. Joshua Driver, the founder of Open For Service, and Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, debate. watch

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