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Is Ukraine on the brink of war?

Is Ukraine on the brink of war?

05/05/14 11:36AM

As violence continues to erupt in Ukraine, many are questioning if it could lead to all-out war. NBC’s Keir Simmons and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor gives his thoughts. watch

Laughing at the ‘nerd prom’

Laughing at the ‘nerd prom’

05/05/14 11:34AM

President Obama spared no one, including himself, at the annual White House Correspondents Dinner.  But did some of the jokes go too far?  Chris Jansing talks about the power and risk of comedy with Krystal Ball and Joy Reid. watch

Death penalty policy under review

Death penalty policy under review

05/05/14 11:27AM

President Obama orders a review of the United States’ death penalty policy. Meanwhile, Governor Rick Perry stands firm on the death penalty in Texas. Political strategists Margie Omero and Joe Watkins discuss the controversy with Chris Jansing. watch

Clinton vs. Bush in 2016?

Clinton vs. Bush in 2016?

05/02/14 11:44AM

Former President George Bush adds fuel to the 2016 fire, while big GOP money considers backing Jeb Bush.  But is the country ready for another Clinton-Bush race? Chris Jansing and strategists Chris Kofinis and Alice Stewart weigh in.  watch

Global stakes high for Obama

Global stakes high for Obama

05/02/14 11:37AM

The crisis in Ukraine is descending into conflict as government troops launch a siege on the separatist-held city of Sloviansk. Rep. Eliot Engel, who just returned from Ukraine, discusses. watch

Unemployment hits 5-year low

Unemployment hits 5-year low

05/02/14 11:36AM

The April jobs report shattered expectations with a gain of 288,000 jobs and the jobless rate falling to 6.3%. Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers Jason Furman, NBC's David Gregory, Peter Morici, and Dan Gross discuss. watch

What’s next for the death penalty?

What’s next for the death penalty?

05/01/14 12:10PM

With Oklahoma’s botched execution of a death row inmate and support for capital punishment at a 40-year low, can opponents move the debate on the death penalty? The ACLU’s Tanya Greene and David Dow, founder of the Texas Innocence Project, discuss. watch

Oprah to buy the Clippers?

Oprah to buy the Clippers?

05/01/14 12:08PM

Oprah Winfrey is in talks with record label mogul David Geffen and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison as the NBA executive committee meets to plot its strategy to force disgraced owner Donald Sterling to sell the team. Public relations expert and Reputation.com... watch

New W.H. e-mail renews Benghazi debate

New W.H. e-mail renews Benghazi debate

05/01/14 12:05PM

The document has White House and the Clintons are once again facing questions about the deadly attack on the consulate in Benghazi. Chris Jansing discusses the political implications with Politico Investigative Reporter Ken Vogel and Fmr. Executive... watch

Witness to botched execution describes scene

Witness to botched execution describes scene

04/30/14 11:49AM

Ziva Branstetter, who witnessed the botched execution of an Oklahoma inmate, and MSNBC.com managing editor, Dafna Linzer, discuss the execution and the future of capital punishment with Chris Jansing. watch

Is Texas turning blue?

Is Texas turning blue?

04/30/14 11:32AM

The massive enthusiasm surrounding Wendy Davis and other democratic candidates is forming the basis of a movement that could turn Texas from red to blue, or at least purple.  Chris talks with Lea Goldman, features director of “Marie Claire” magazine... watch

Boehner clarifies remarks teasing colleagues

John Boehner clarifies remarks teasing his colleagues

04/29/14 11:43AM

With Congress back in session, will legislators get to work on the big bills, before November? Immigration reform remains the big question mark. Meanwhile, a new Washington Post/ABC poll shows democrats may hold the edge when it comes to issues, but... watch

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Get your fix for politics and learn what everyone’s talking about with veteran journalist Chris Jansing, as she discusses today’s most important issues with informed guests from all over the political spectrum.  Known as one of the hardest working women in television journalism, Jansing also takes her viewers abroad - most recently with coverage on the selection of Pope Francis and the birth of the royal baby.  “Jansing & Co” launched on October 4, 2010 and she has been honored... read more