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CDC confirms first US Ebola case

CDC confirms first US Ebola case

09/30/14 07:00PM

One of the world's most terrifying diseases has reached U-S shores. The CDC has confirmed the first ever case of Ebola diagnosed here in the United States. Chris Matthews has more with Charles Hadlock and Dr. Zeke Emanuel. watch

More than airstrikes: the social media war against ISIS

09/30/14 02:28PM

ISIS and its supporters have turned to social media to spread extremist messages across the Middle Eastern region and world. Facebook and Twitter accounts of ISIS members have been increasingly suspended for posting material outside of the sites’ terms of use, but the terrorist groups continue to turn to social media for interaction with its supporters. read more

Candidates for Governor face-off in Massachusetts

09/30/14 01:28PM

Candidates for governor in Massachusetts met last night to stake out their differences.  Democrat Attorney General Martha Coakley and Republican rival Charlie Baker squared off with three additional candidates in their first post-primary debate in western Massachusetts. read more

Republicans locking down Senate races

Republicans locking down Senate races

09/29/14 07:48PM

Polls show that Republicans already have three states held by Democrats locked: West Virginia, South Dakota, and Montana. Adam Schiff, Jay Newton-Small and David Corn join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Boehner: Don’t rule out combat troops

Boehner: Don’t rule out combat troops

09/29/14 07:34PM

Speaker John Boehner this weekend suggested that the president was wrong to rule out American boots on the ground to fight ISIS. Adam Schiff, Jay Newton-Small and David Corn join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Jerry Brown, Neel Kashkari

"Yes means yes": New CA law to prevent campus sexual assault

09/29/14 02:43PM

California Governor Jerry Brown signed a landmark piece of legislation on Sunday furthering the move to prevent and properly investigate campus sexual assault across the country.The new law institutes a “yes means yes” policy at all schools in California that receive funding from the state including all public colleges. read more

Joni Ernst

Heated debate for U.S. Senate seat in Iowa

09/28/14 08:57PM

Candidates running to fill the open U.S. Senate seat in Iowa tussled over minimum wage, renewable fuels, healthcare, immigration and social security when they met in their first televised debate Sunday night.   Democratic Congressman Bruce Braley and Republican State Senator Joni Ernst traded barbs in a heated one-hour back and forth. read more

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