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Is Bernie Sanders burned out?

Is Bernie Sanders burned out?

11/12/15 07:16PM

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley will meet for their second Democratic debate this week. But will Bernie regain his momentum and make this a race? To make that happen, he's got to win New Hampshire. Emily’s List President Stephanie Schriock and The Nations’ John Nichols discuss with Chris Matthews. watch

GOP candidates react to Mizzou protests

GOP candidates react to Mizzou protests

11/12/15 07:00PM

The student protests over “free speech” at the University of Missouri are facing criticisms from some 2016 candidates on the right. Chris Matthews discusses with MSNBC Political Analyst Howard Fineman, Jonathan Capehart of the Washington Post, and MSNBC National Reporter Joy Ann Reid. watch

The K.I.N.D. Fund brings desks to Malawi

The K.I.N.D. Fund brings desks to Malawi

11/12/15 06:09PM

In Malawi, millions of young Africans struggle in the classroom every day because they've got no place to sit or write but on the ground, which is often just a dirt floor. Lawrence O’Donnell joins Chris Matthews to talk about The K.I.N.D. Fund. watch

Bush campaign having fundraising trouble

11/11/15 07:45PM

Megan Murphy, the Washington Bureau Chief of Bloomberg Business, revealed that according to a private donor call between Jeb Bush’s campaign staff and Bush donors, the campaign conceded to problems raising money. But according to Murphy’s reporting, the campaign is banking that Bush’s debate performance will stop the bleeding and inspire more... read more

Can Dems exploit GOP’s hard-right rhetoric?

Can Dems exploit GOP’s hard-right rhetoric?

11/11/15 07:18PM

What did the Republican fight Tuesday signal to the rest of the country? For starters, there's no need to raise the minimum wage. And if you're in our country illegally, we're coming for you. The Washington Post’s Anne Gearan and USA Today’s Heidi Przybyla have more. watch

Trump vows to deport 11 million people

Trump vows to deport 11 million people

11/11/15 07:00PM

It's getting worse, the nasty fights among Republicans. At this week’s debate, they found reason to fight on immigration when Donald Trump vowed to deport 11 million people. NBC News’ Katy Tur has more from Manchester, N.H. watch

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