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08/29/11 03:35PM

“It could have been worse.”—That’s the general refrain after Hurricane Irene bared down on the east coast over the weekend. And today, on the sixth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, FEMA is back in the spotlight. Tonight on “Hardball,” we’re asking the tough questions: Did FEMA and the federal government do their jobs? And amid Republican criticism of government intervention, and 2012 candidates’ stump speeches to make Washington as “inconsequential” as possible, will Republican governors accept federal emergency funds? We asked them, and we’ll have the answers for you with Fmr. read more

NYC preps for Irene

NYC preps for Irene

08/26/11 08:00PM

The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore talks about the emergency evacuations and plans for mass transit operations in the wake of the storm. watch

Was Gadhafi infatuated with Rice?

Was Gadhafi infatuated with Rice?

08/25/11 08:00PM

Sideshow: As Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi fled his compound in anticipation of the arrival of opposition forces, he left behind a photo album filled with snapshots of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. watch

Romney continues to change his mind

08/25/11 08:00PM

by Hardball guest host Ron ReaganLet me finish tonight with Mitt Romney. The former Republican front-runner has changed his mind again. That might not make headlines above the fold. Romney switches his opinions more often than Newt Gingrich swaps wives.Romney seems to treat his own beliefs like clothing purchased at Nordstrom’s - he tries them on for a while then, if somebody complains that he doesn't look good in green, he trades them in for something new.This is a guy, after all, who pretends not to approve of his own health care policy. read more

Palin vs. Rove

Palin vs. Rove

08/25/11 08:00PM

The Washington Post’s Nia-Malika Henderson and The Huffington Post’s Sam Stein debate why Sarah Palin continues to stay in the headlines and comment on the tussle between the former vice presidential candidate and Karl Rove. watch

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