Chris Matthews finishes the show talking about different perspectives on race relations in our country. “I've come to the conclusion” he says, “that there is no way to say things are good when so many say they are not.” watch
Last night, Secretary Hillary Clinton made her first public comments on torture since the release of the Senate torture report last week. David Corn, Jonathan Allen and Michelle Bernard join to discuss. watch
NBC released a new poll that shows significant support for torture. 51 percent of Americans say harsh interrogation practices following the 9/11 attacks were acceptable under the circumstances. Steven McMahon, Susan Milligan and Sam Stein join. watch
The new book, "The Professor and the President" tells the story of how a conservative President put a liberal intellectual on his White House staff in 1969. Author Steven Hess join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch
Former Vice President Dick Cheney appeared on Sunday's "Meet the Press" to defend the CIA's actions portrayed in the Senate torture report. He went as far as to say he'd once again approve the measures used following the September 11th attacks. Of course, such ruthless statements were not lost on Jon Stewart of "... read more
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