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Has Apple peaked?

Has Apple peaked?

01/27/16 09:28AM

MSNBC's Olivia Sterns talks about Apple's recent profits and explains how the sales of recent products have been flat. watch

'It's going to take more than a mop'

NJ resident: 'It's going to take more than a mop'

01/26/16 10:43AM

NBC's Jacob Rascon reports from West Wildwood, New Jersey where local residents have some words for Governor Chris Christie as they cope with the aftermath of the blizzard. Mayor Christopher Fox weighs in and calls on the state to respond more effectively. watch

Planned Parenthood case took 'stunning' turn

Planned Parenthood case took 'stunning' turn

01/26/16 10:35AM

The anti-abortion activists behind the undercover Planned Parenthood videos were indicted by a grand jury during an investigation initially conducted to look into Planned Parenthood's alleged wrongdoing. MSNBC's Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber joins Jose-Diaz Balart to provide the legal lowdown. watch

Trump and Cruz campaigns feud

Trump and Cruz campaigns feud

01/26/16 10:29AM

MSNBC's Steve Kornacki and New York Times political reporter Nicholas Confessore weigh in on the Donald Trump-Ted Cruz rivalry, which heated up following Cruz' political ad attacking Trump for his "New York values." How will the two candidates' very different campaign styles impact poll numbers, the approaching Iowa... watch

Polls 'notoriously bad predictors' of race

Polls 'notoriously bad predictors' of race

01/26/16 09:40AM

Buzz is growing as the Iowa caucuses approach. David Yepsen, the director of Southern Illinois University's Paul Simon Public Policy Institute joins MSNBC's Jose Diaz-Balart to explain the caucus system, current poll standings and whether the figures can accurately predict the end game in an election. watch

Residents demand justice in water crisis

Flint residents demand justice in water crisis

01/26/16 09:23AM

Flint residents grow increasingly enraged and demand answers as a water crisis continues to unfold in their city. MSNBC's Ari Melber joins Jose Diaz-Balart to explain what recent legal developments mean for the people of Flint and the local officials they hold responsible. watch

Toxic water harms potentially 'irreversible'

Toxic water harms potentially 'irreversible'

01/26/16 09:16AM

MSNBC's Tony Dokoupil reports from Flint, Michigan, where officials have reported that the water's lead levels appear to be falling. NBC's Medical Contributor Dr. Natalie Azar joins to explain the long-term health repercussions of lead exposure, particularly for babies and young children. watch

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About MSNBC Live with José Díaz-Balart

With 30 years of experience covering the world’s biggest stories in both English and Spanish, award-winning journalist José Díaz-Balart brought his passion and perspective to “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” on MSNBC.  Díaz-Balart tackled the day’s top stories, taking viewers beyond the Washington powerbrokers and focusing on why issues matter to all Americans.  Live from Miami, “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” was the only MSNBC program to originate from outside NYC and the D... read more