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Sideshow: Stewart's two cents on torture

12/16/14 04:45PM

Former Vice President Dick Cheney appeared on Sunday's "Meet the Press" to defend the CIA's actions portrayed in the Senate torture report.  He went as far as to say he'd once again approve the measures used following the September 11th attacks.  Of course, such ruthless statements were not lost on Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show". read more

Cruz alienates fellow conservatives

Cruz alienates fellow conservatives

12/15/14 07:50PM

Ted Cruz's failed legislative stunt over the weekend left his Republican Senate colleagues disparaging him 'on the record' and for attribution, something the members of the clubby upper chamber generally avoid. The Hardball Roundtable joins. watch

Sydney siege ends with 2 hostages killed

Sydney siege ends with 2 hostages killed

12/15/14 07:38PM

A dramatic and terrifying 16-hour hostage standoff at a cafe in Sydney Australia ended today in a hail of gunfire and explosions. Chris Matthews has more with Jonathan Capehart, Amanda Terkel and Steve Clemons. watch

Activists pushing Warren 2016 candidacy

Activists pushing Warren 2016 candidacy

12/15/14 07:20PM

On Friday night-- at a key moment of exposure in negotiations to keep to the government running-- Warren gave an impassioned prime-time speech on the Senate floor. Chris Matthews has more with Howard Fineman and Zephyr Teachout. watch

Gun rights and wrongs

Gun rights and wrongs

12/12/14 07:38PM

A majority of people in a recent poll say that guns offer personal protection, not danger – but the Hardball table examines why this issue won’t be going away any time soon. watch

John McCain enhances the torture debate

John McCain enhances the torture debate

12/12/14 07:14PM

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

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