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Black pols to Scalise: less talk, more action

Black pols to Scalise: less talk, more action

01/13/15 07:38PM

Although Steve Scalise has apologized for speaking to a white supremacist group twelve years ago as a Louisiana State Lawmaker, members of the Congressional Black Caucus would like to see him do more. The Hardball Roundtable joins. watch

A new identity for the Democrats

A new identity for the Democrats

01/12/15 07:37PM

On Friday, President Obama unveiled a proposal that would make 2 years of community college free for an estimated 9 million students. Perry Bacon, Kasie Hunt and Howard Fineman join. watch

Romney may run to the right of Jeb

Romney may run to the right of Jeb

01/12/15 07:18PM

Mitt Romney shook up the 2016 race late on Friday when he told a group of party donors that he's actively weighing a third presidential bid. Today, he's saying he "almost certainly will" run, according to The Washington Post. David Corn and Robert... watch

Should Obama have stood with leaders in...

Should Obama have stood with leaders in Paris?

01/12/15 07:00PM

Richard Engel, Eugene Robinson and Christopher Dickey join Chris Matthews to talk about the US’s evolving relationship with France, and whether Obama, Biden or John Kerry should have stood with world leaders in Paris this weekend. watch

Is Europe taking a political turn to the...

Is Europe taking a political turn to the right?

01/09/15 07:29PM

Are European politics taking a turn towards the far-right? And does this make the continent more or less safe from terror? Christopher Dickey and Kim Ghattas speak with Chris Matthews about the issues of immigration and assimilation in the European Union. watch

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