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Former DC mayor shares his side of the story

Former DC mayor shares his side of the story

06/20/14 08:11PM

Chris Matthews talks with former Washington, D.C. Mayor Marion Barry about his new book “Mayor For Life: The Incredible Story of Marion Barry, Jr.,” which marks the first time Barry tells his side to the story of his tumultuous public and private life. watch

FILE - In this March 21, 2003 file photo, a government building burns during heavy bombardment of Baghdad, Iraq by U.S.-led forces. Almost seven years after the first bombs in the war to oust Saddam Hussein, Iraqis went about their business Friday with...

On the drumbeat of war, more than a decade later

06/19/14 08:30PM

Let me finish tonight with the last words of the last article I wrote as national columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle.Sunday, September 1, 2002: "So I'll say it: I hate this war that's coming in Iraq. I don't think we'll be proud of it. Oppose this war because it will create a millennium of hatred and suicidal terrorism that comes with it. read more

Blurring the GOP/tea party divide

Blurring the GOP/tea party divide

06/19/14 08:05PM

The Republicans might be in good shape come November’s midterm election, but there’s more evidence that the GOP could be in big trouble in 2016. Joan Walsh and Perry Bacon discuss. watch

The many issues of going back to Iraq

The many issues of going back to Iraq

06/19/14 07:48PM

David Corn and Anne Gearan join Hardball to discuss the president’s announcement today that the United States was prepared to take “targeted and precise military action” in Iraq if the situation on the ground requires it. watch

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