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President Obama tries to ease ISIS fears

President Obama tries to ease ISIS fears

12/14/15 10:37AM

President Obama is speaking at the Pentagon on Monday to address the terror concerns in the U.S. Former Ambassador to NATO, Nicholas Burns, joins MSNBC’s Jose Diaz-Balart to analyze what the President will be speaking on. watch

Three year anniversary of Sandy Hook

Three year anniversary of Sandy Hook

12/14/15 10:18AM

Monday morning in Connecticut, flags are flying at half-staff in memory of the victims killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre three years ago. This is the first year the anniversary falls on a school day. Spokesman for the Newtown Action Alliance, Eric Milgram, joins Jose Diaz-Balart to reflect on the anniversary and gun laws in the... watch

Pres. Obama on Cuba and Human Rights

Pres. Obama on Cuba and Human Rights

12/14/15 09:45AM

One year ago this week, the U.S. and Cuba announced for the first time in more than five decades that they would begin to normalize relations. In an exclusive Yahoo News interview released on Monday, President Barack Obama reveals his thoughts on the progress so far. Yahoo News’ Chief Washington Correspondent Olivier Knox, who sat down with the... watch

Egypt: No evidence of terror in plane crash

Egypt: No evidence of terror in plane crash

12/14/15 09:17AM

The Egyptian government has said that they have found no evidence of terrorism in the October Russian jet crash that killed 222 people. This completely contradicts the Russian officials who are calling this an act of terror. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports. watch

Jury expected to get case of Porter today

Jury expected to get case of Porter today

12/14/15 09:05AM

A Baltimore jury is expected to begin deliberations on Monday after closing arguments in the closely watched trial of former Officer William Porter. Porter is one of six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray. NBC’s Luke Russert reports. watch

Nearly 5k Cubans stranded in Costa Rica

Nearly 5k Cubans stranded in Costa Rica

12/11/15 10:42AM

Nearly 5,000 Cubans are stranded in Costa Rica after the government of Nicaragua shut down its borders last month declining a passage to the U.S. The Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University, Dr. Frank Mora, explains what happens next for these Cubans. watch

Cruz questions readiness of Trump

Cruz questions readiness of Trump

12/11/15 09:32AM

The New York Times released part of an audio recording of GOP candidate Ted Cruz speaking at a private New York City fundraiser on Wednesday. Cruz can be heard questioning the readiness of frontrunner Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson. USA Today’s Susan Page and CEO of Voto Latino, Maria Teresa Kumar, comment on this latest feud between Trump and... watch

GOP convention floor fight?

GOP convention floor fight?

12/11/15 09:13AM

With Donald Trump remaining on top of the polls, there is a concern rising over a potential fight on the GOP convention floor. NBC’s Chuck Todd explains what this means for the Republican party. watch

Graham on ISIS, Syria and Trump

Graham on ISIS, Syria and Trump

12/10/15 10:30AM

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham talks about the fight against ISIS and says more American armed forces are needed to assist the Iraqi army. He also discusses the situation in Syria and Donald Trump's comments about Muslims. watch

North Korea claims to have built nuclear bomb

North Korea claims to have built nuclear bomb

12/10/15 10:16AM

Former Amb. Bill Richardson talks about the reports and says "they don't have the technology for a hydrogen bomb." He also says that these claims are "merely a political statement to the world." Richardson then discusses Putin's comments that suggest nuclear weapons should be used against ISIS. watch

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With 30 years of experience covering the world’s biggest stories in both English and Spanish, award-winning journalist José Díaz-Balart brings his passion and perspective to “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” weekdays at 9 a.m. ET on MSNBC.  Díaz-Balart tackles the day’s top stories, takes viewers beyond the Washington powerbrokers and focuses on why issues matter to all Americans.  Live from Miami, “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” is the only MSNBC program to originate from... read more

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