Senator Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) rebellious stand against Democratic leadership – including President Obama -- on Thursday's vote to fund the government has incited a palpable sense of anger in some circles of the party. read more
Sen. Elizabeth Warren took to the Senate floor to debate the $1.1 trillion spending bill, taking aim at “a dangerous provision that was slipped into a must-pass spending bill at the last minute solely to benefit Wall Street.” watch
Much of the response to the Senate’s report on harsh interrogation techniques has been divided along party lines, with a significant exception. The Hardball roundtable looks at how Sen. John McCain has shaped the torture debate. watch
President Obama still has to lead, but the majority of Democrats seem more taken with their new role as all-out opposition. Chris Matthews looks at how we got here and talks with Joe Madison, Nia-Malika Henderson, and Phil Mattingly. watch
Are we watching Elizabeth Warren lead the battle for the heart and soul and future of the Democratic party? The Hardball roundtable examines the populist feeling in America and what it means for the future of both parties. watch
Led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, many Democrats are attacking the $1 trillion spending bill, launching into an epic battle between Republicans and the White House. Could this lead to a government shutdown? watch
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