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Ted Cruz tees up battles for next Congress

Ted Cruz tees up battles for next Congress

11/10/14 07:18PM

Ted Cruz has found a way to bundle together the immigration battles in Congress and President Obama’s nomination of Loretta Lynch to be Attorney General. The Washington Post’s Nia-Malika Henderson and Bloomberg’s Jonathan Allen talk with Chris Matthews. watch

Navy Seal claims he shot Bin Laden

Navy Seal claims he shot Bin Laden

11/07/14 07:48PM

A former Navy Seal has come out publicly claiming he is the person who shot and killed Osama Bin Laden more than three years ago. His name is Robert O'Neill and his story is gripping. The Hardball Roundtable joins. watch

Will Cruz play nice with GOP caucus?

Will Cruz play nice with GOP caucus?

11/07/14 07:36PM

Ted Cruz is expected to position themselves to the far right of their party so he can appeal to a more conservative Presidential primary electorate. Perry Bacon, Michelle Bernard and Phil Mattingly join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Gov. Dan Malloy plays Hardball

Gov. Dan Malloy plays Hardball

11/07/14 07:27PM

This past Tuesday, Governor Dan Malloy won a hard-fought reelection battle in a rematch against Republican opponent Tom Foley, who he beat narrowly four years ago. Malloy joins Chris Matthews. watch

Obama has lunch with Republicans

Obama has lunch with Republicans

11/07/14 07:00PM

So they had their big lunch together—President Obama and the Republicans who just beat him on Tuesday. But are they into each other? Steny Hoyer, Perry Bacon, Michelle Bernard and Phil Mattingly join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Attention turns to Hillary Clinton

Attention turns to Hillary Clinton

11/06/14 07:50PM

Hardball Roundtable—Joe Conason, Jay Newton-Small and Lance Simmens—joins Chris Matthews to discuss upcoming political fights and when Hillary may announce her candidacy for 2016. watch

Why won’t the Dems brag?

Why won’t the Dems brag?

11/06/14 07:38PM

Hardball Roundtable—Joe Conason, Jay Newton-Small and Lance Simmens—joins Chris Matthews to discuss upcoming political fights and why the Dems won’t brag about their accomplishments. watch

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