Jim Webb, the former Virginia Senator who's running for president in 2016, could present a unique challenge for Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary. Howard Fineman, Maria Teresa Kumar and Charles Ellison join to discuss. watch
NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio visited the memorial for the two slain officers Tuesday and is calling for a political ceasefire until they're laid to rest. Harold Ford and Marq Claxton join to discuss. watch
The Washington Post reported today that some theaters in the country were ready to show “The Interview”, and that it was Sony that refused to let them. Kim Masters and Ted Johnson join to discuss. watch
Dick Cheney may think the Senate torture report is "full of crap", but the ACLU and The New York Times see it as reason to probe Cheney's role. David Corn, Michelle Bernard and Zeke Miller join to discuss. watch
Entering his "fourth quarter" as president, Barack Obama's actions of late have also been building his presidential legacy for decades to come. David Axelrod and Jonathan Capehart join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch
Republican Senator Marco is now launching an all-out assault on President Obama's deal to restore full relations with Cuba. Now Rand Paul is speaking out against him. Charles of Ellison, Katie Zezima and John Stanton join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch
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