Chris Matthews says the 2016 GOP presidential race is a "hard-right roller derby with Cruz working the rail position." Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway and David Corn of Mother Jones join to discuss. watch
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
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
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
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
Back to Hardball in time for @tedcruz debut today. Now I know why Ronald Reagan hated Monday. Tune in tonight at 7ET.
ISIS has a hit list and is calling for its followers in the United States to hunt down and kill 100 U.S. service members. NBC Chief Pentagon Correspondent Jim Miklaszewski and NBC Terrorism Analyst Evan Kohlmann have more. watch
The most right-wing national candidate in American politics is running for president…and his tactics could set the tone for the Republican debates. Huffington Post’s Howard Fineman, Chicago Tribune’s Clarence Page and Dallas Morning News Wayne Slater... watch
The group The group "Women on the 20" wants to put a notable American woman on the $20 bill by 2020 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of a woman's right to vote. The Hardball Roundtable discusses. watch
Monica Lewinsky speaks out about what she calls a culture of abuse and humiliation online. The Nation’s Michelle Goldberg and The New York Times Jessica Bennett discuss with guest host Jonathan Capehart. watch
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