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DEA under fire for alleged 'sex parties'

DEA under fire for alleged 'sex parties'

03/26/15 07:50PM

According to a Justice Department report released today, several agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration reportedly had "sex parties" with prostitutes hired by drug cartels in Colombia. Joan Walsh, Michael Duffy, and Harold Ford, Jr. discuss. watch

Former Rep. Barney Frank plays Hardball

Former Rep. Barney Frank plays Hardball

03/26/15 07:28PM

The always outspoken former Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA), author of “Frank: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage,” speaks with Chris Matthews about his life in politics and the changing attitude toward gays in the U.S. watch

Hillary Clinton speaks to members of the World Affairs Council in Portland, Oregon, April 8, 2014.

Let Me Finish: Battle for the mind of Hillary Clinton

03/25/15 08:10PM

Let me finish with this battle for the mind of Hillary Clinton. My strong belief is that the former First Lady, U.S. Senator and Secretary of State should do what she believes is right. Does she believe charter schools and rigorous teacher standards are important? Or does she believe they undercut public education? read more

The great debate on GOP's 2016 strategy

The great debate on GOP's 2016 strategy

03/25/15 07:38PM

A history lesson that won't make Ted Cruz happy: Joining the presidential candidate fray first is never a recipe for success. Republican strategist Liz Mair, American Urban Radio Networks April Ryan and Nicholas Confessore of the New York Times have more watch

How will Hillary Clinton run?

How will Hillary Clinton run?

03/25/15 07:16PM

Liberals in the Democratic party are focusing on pushing Hillary Clinton to the left and shaping her platform rather than finding an alternative to her all-but-certain candidacy. Former NY gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout and Matt Bennett of the T watch

Let Me Finish: GOP strategy to offset demographic change

03/24/15 08:10PM

Let me finish tonight with what appears to be the Republican strategy to offset demographic change. When you think about it, the thing is quite basic. Okay, we in the U.S. have a growing minority population, a younger minority population that will over time convert the number of white Americans into a minority of the population. read more

No two state solution for next several years?

No two state solution for next several years?

03/24/15 07:36PM

President Obama says the U.S. can't pretend there is a possibility of reaching a two-state solution in the next several years. The Washington Post’s Bob Woodward, Nedra Pickler of the Associated Press and The National Journal’s Ron Fournier discuss. watch

US Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) delivers remarks announcing his candidacy for the Republican nomination to run for U.S. president March 23, 2015, inside the Vine Center at Liberty University, in Lynchburg, Va. (Photo by Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty)

Let Me Finish: A dangerous day for Republicans

03/23/15 08:15PM

We begin this week sifting through the news that Speaker John Boehner is heading to Israel. Is this a return favor from his Prom Date, Bibi Netanyahu? If so, it certainly has a nasty tone to it, with Bibi undercutting what had been a "bipartisan" backing -- honored by U.S. presidents of both parties -- for some kind of two-state... read more

Obama and Bibi Netanyahu's war of words

Obama and Bibi Netanyahu's war of words

03/23/15 07:46PM

Republicans celebrated Bibi Netanyahu's win last week. But will they follow his lead on the two-state solution? Msnbc’s Political Reporter Kasie Hunt, Talking Points Memo’s Sahil Kapur and GOP strategist John Feehery discuss. watch

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