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On screen, Elizabeth Taylor was special

03/23/11 04:42PM

Let me finish tonight with Elizabeth Taylor.This is about Hollywood, its legends, as they are called, the power of these icons in our lives, these larger-than-life "stars."There's something about the power of celluloid, appearing on that big screen, on 35 millimeter film, something about really only knowing someone that way.Elizabeth Taylor was in Lassie - along with Roddy MacDowell - back in 1942. She did "National Velvet" the same year.  Look at her in that picture and you can see her already beautiful face.  There's really never been anyone like her, like that.She did my favorite of her mov read more

Matthews questions the US policy on Libya

03/22/11 05:55PM

I have said for some time that the most important political reality in America today is the alliance between the President and the Clintons. It holds to this belief.  The tie forged between these two parts of the Democratic Party, together with the loyalties on both sides, explains the strong, powerful unity of today's Democratic Party. This is a fact and a good thing for those who believe generally in the work of a moderate to progressive approach to government in this country.  But it is real, too. An alliance creates policy that would not come from one or the other partners alone.  It creat read more

Attack on Libya

Attack on Libya

03/21/11 08:00PM

NBC’s Richard Engel and msnbc senior political analyst Mark Halperin discuss whether President Barack Obama has offered a clear objective for the U.S.... watch

Preventing a nuclear crisis

Preventing a nuclear crisis

03/21/11 08:00PM

NBC’s Lee Cowan and former Nuclear Weapons Inspector David Albright discuss whether any progress has been made in controlling the Fukushima plant in Japan. watch

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