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Huckabee chides Obama, Jay Z and Beyoncé

Huckabee chides Obama, Jay Z and Beyoncé

01/14/15 07:50PM

Likely Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is getting attention today for criticizing the President and his family for their associations with R&B artists Jay-Z and Beyoncé. The Hardball Roundtable joins. watch

Willie Wilson on challenging Rahm Emanuel

Willie Wilson on challenging Rahm Emanuel

01/14/15 07:30PM

A Democratic challenger to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is getting a lot of attention after lending his campaign a million dollars. His name is Willie Wilson and he joins Chris Matthews to discuss his campaign. watch

Hillary building campaign team

Hillary building campaign team

01/14/15 07:17PM

Hillary Clinton is quietly building an A-list campaign machine of her own, including political professionals who worked for her 2008 opponent, then-Senator Barack Obama. Robert Gibbs and David Axelrod join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Al Qaeda claims responsibility for Paris...

Al Qaeda claims responsibility for Paris attack

01/14/15 07:00PM

Today, a spokesman for Al Qaeda, the 9/11 terrorist group, claimed responsibility for directing last Wednesday's deadly attack on the Paris satiric magazine Charlie Hebdo. Kim Ghattas and Brian Katulis join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Matthews on invoking Hitler in politics

Matthews on invoking Hitler in politics

01/13/15 07:58PM

Chris Matthews finishes the show by wishing politicians would drop the “Hitler” thing and return “to saying we Republicans and those Democrats just have an honest disagreement on some big stuff.” watch

Black pols to Scalise: less talk, more action

Black pols to Scalise: less talk, more action

01/13/15 07:38PM

Although Steve Scalise has apologized for speaking to a white supremacist group twelve years ago as a Louisiana State Lawmaker, members of the Congressional Black Caucus would like to see him do more. The Hardball Roundtable joins. watch

A new identity for the Democrats

A new identity for the Democrats

01/12/15 07:37PM

On Friday, President Obama unveiled a proposal that would make 2 years of community college free for an estimated 9 million students. Perry Bacon, Kasie Hunt and Howard Fineman join. watch

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