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12/20/11 05:49PM

Could the person who benefits most from the House Republicans’ legislative standoff and the GOP field’s antics be President Obama? Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank and Huffington Post White House Correspondent Sam Stein are here to discuss. Ron Paul, it’s your turn! The Libertarian Presidential hopeful is surging ahead of Newt Gingrich in... read more

Key witness in Penn State case testifies publicly

12/19/11 08:00PM

by Michael Smerconish Last Friday, there was an important hearing in the Penn State case. It featured two hours of testimony from Mike McQueary, a former Penn State quarterback who in 2002, at a time when he was a graduate assistant, claims to have witnessed Sandusky raping a boy in the football locker room showers.While what McQueary saw -and... read more

Gingrich bashes judges

Gingrich bashes judges

12/19/11 07:00PM

Prof. Jonathan Turley and former Rep. J.C. Watts, R-Okla., talk about the power of Newt Gingrich’s anti-judge comments with the base and how it will affect his campaign. watch

Gingrich starts to collapse

Gingrich starts to collapse

12/19/11 07:00PM

MSNBC political analyst Howard Fineman and David Yepsen of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute talk about Newt Gingrich’s fall in the polls and other 2012 stories. watch

Coming up on Hardball...Down goes Newt!

12/19/11 06:09PM

It looked like he was speeding toward wins in the January primaries… but now it looks like Newt has not only peaked, but is crashing! And who’s picking up his votes? Ron Paul! The GOP field’s switcheroo is our top story tonight with msnbc’s Howard Fineman and Southern Illinois University’s David Yepsen. We’re watching the House vote tonight on... read more

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12/19/11 08:37AM

Ron Paul Rising: New polls suggest Ron Paul may be peaking at the right time, and as the Texas congressman and libertarian darling crests, Newt Gingrich is slipping back to the pack. And as Nate Silver of the New York Times forecasts in his fivethirtyeight blog, the Iowa Caucuses, just over two weeks away, are wide open. Meanwhile, more... read more

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