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Nader endorses Jim Webb for president

Nader endorses Jim Webb for president

10/03/14 07:02PM

The unemployment rate dropped to 5 point 9 percent, the lowest since before the financial crash. Hardball roundtable, Jonathan Capehart, Michelle Bernard and Ralph Nader join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

ISIS beheads again

ISIS beheads again

10/03/14 07:00PM

The Islamic State has committed another beheading. This fourth victim, in a growing list that includes two Americans, is Alan Henning, a British aid worker, a 47 year-old cab driver. Andrea Mitchell joins to discuss. watch

Tom Foley, Dannel P. Malloy

A nasty debate in the Nutmeg State

10/03/14 02:59PM

The rematch between Connecticut's vulnerable incumbent Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy and his 2010 Republican opponent, businessman and Ambassador Tom Foley,  is getting personal.  Thursday the two faced-off in their third debate with both men trading accusations and defending their integrity. read more

Begich and Sullivan Square Off in Alaska

10/02/14 11:26PM

U.S. Senator Mark Begich (D-AK) and his Republican challenger, former Alaska Attorney General Dan Sullivan, took on issues important to the state’s fishing industry Wednesday night in Kodiak. Topics ranged from bureaucratic barriers and overregulation that Sullivan blamed on Begich, to the prospect of a controversial mining project near the Bristol Bay. read more

How will Ebola effect the midterms?

How will Ebola effect the midterms?

10/02/14 07:39PM

The Hardball Roundtable — Jack Kingston, Kasie Hunt and Perry Bacon — join Chris Matthews to talk about the politics of Ebola, namely, how the President’s handling of the situation might affect Democrats in the upcoming November elections. watch

Darrell Hammond replaces Don Pardo

Darrell Hammond replaces Don Pardo

10/02/14 07:29PM

In the Sideshow, Saturday Night Live kicked off its 40th season last weekend with a show that also debuted comedian Darrell Hammond as the new announcer, replacing the late Don Pardo. watch

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