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Coming up on Hardball...

11/02/11 05:36PM

Can Herman Cain survive the sexual harassment allegations plaguing his campaign…especially now that the Washington Post is reporting that one of his accusers is petitioning the National Restaurant Association to break  her confidentiality agreement, and since the New York Times reported that one woman received a year’s pay as part of a severance... read more

What Obama needs the most

11/01/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with what President Obama needs most. He needs allies, potential confederates who'll get out there, who'll sing his praises, take punches for him and deliver some themselves and not only that, he needs political loyalists who have strong gut ties to the people who are going to decide this election.  Not just the... read more

Should Obama rely on Clinton?

Should Obama rely on Clinton?

11/01/11 08:00PM

Salon.com’s Joan Walsh and The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza discuss whether Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is an ally President Barack Obama needs in his reelection bid. watch

Coming up on Hardball...

11/01/11 04:37PM

Herman Cain is trying to bat down the sexual harassment claims that are plaguing his candidacy, but instead, his contradictory statements are adding fuel to the fire. We’ll have the latest on the situation with Politico’s Alex Burns and Washington Post’s Dana Milbank. Next up: The Three Ring Circus! The GOP clown show kicked off with flame... read more

Matthews: Obama needs to start 'asking'

10/31/11 08:00PM

As a student at Choate in the early 1930s, young Jack Kennedy heard headmaster George St. John recite a favorite maxim: "The youth who loves his alma mater will always ask not 'What can she do for me?' but 'What can I do for her?'"When the time came to call on his country to meet the challenges of the Cold War,... read more

Bringing Jack Kennedy back to life

Bringing Jack Kennedy back to life

10/28/11 11:00PM

Let Me Finish: On a Friday morning in the fall of 1963, an American president traveled through Texas trying figure the state out.What made Dallas so right-wing, he kept asking the two men in the car with him that drizzly Friday morning in November. read more

Marco Rubio’s changing narrative

Marco Rubio’s changing narrative

10/28/11 08:00PM

Washington Post recently broke the story that Marco Rubio is actually the son of immigrants, not Cuban exiles as he first claimed. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Illinois, and Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Calif., discuss whether Rubio’s version of his history was a... watch

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