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09/22/11 03:33PM

Florida, Florida, Florida! No blue skies for President Obama in the sunshine state: He’s trailing Mitt Romney in a new poll. And tonight marks the sixth GOP debate and the third in just 15 days. We’ll have the latest for you with DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) and FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe from Orlando. Bridge over troubled waters: President Obama visits a structurally deficient bridge linking Ohio (Speaker Boehner’s home state) and Kentucky (Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell’s home state) today in an effort to push his jobs plan. read more

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09/22/11 08:11AM

Build Baby Build!President Obama gets back on message today to push his jobs plan. He's heading to the Brent Spence Bridge in Cincinnati, which connects Ohio to Kentucky and is a major trucking route. The federal government says the bridge is "functionally obsolete" and is in need of immediate replacement. read more

Obama finds his populist voice

Obama finds his populist voice

09/21/11 08:00PM

In defending his plan to raise taxes on the wealthy, did President Barack Obama make the right career move? Mother Jones’ David Corn and Democratic strategist Mark Penn discuss. watch

An innocent executed?

An innocent executed?

09/21/11 08:00PM

Barry Scheck of the Innocence Project and syndicated columnist Cynthia Tucker discuss whether Troy Davis will receive a last minute reprieve and have his life spared. watch

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09/21/11 05:04PM

msnbc Political Analyst Howard Fineman and Salon Editor-at-Large Joan Walsh join us tonight on President Obama’s speech at the U.N. today, and Gov. Rick Perry’s criticism of Obama’s Mideast policy. Then: Did President Obama make the right move to go Left? The base is pleased, but Democratic Strategist Mark Penn says Obama runs the risk of losing independents. New polls are in, and we have the latest for you with Penn and msnbc Political Analyst David Corn. Up next: The execution of Troy Davis. read more

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09/21/11 08:29AM

At 7pm ET today, the state of Georgia will execute Troy Davis. Davis was convicted of killing an off-duty police officer in 1989, but since then, seven of nine witnesses have recanted their stories. Former President Jimmy Carter, former FBI Director William Sessions and msnbc's Al Sharpton have led the charge to spare Davis' life, but the Georgia Pardons Board decided yesterday not to give him clemency. read more

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