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Can the GOP woo young voters?

Can the GOP woo young voters?

02/27/15 09:52AM

As Republicans gather at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, one question is weighing heavily on everyone’s minds: what does the GOP do to woo younger voters? Alexandra Smith, national chair of the College Republican National Committee, d watch

US arrests put focus on ‘lone wolf’ threat

US arrests put focus on ‘lone wolf’ threat

02/27/15 09:05AM

Richard Engel reports, Jonathan Dienst, and Amb. Marc Ginsberg join The Rundown to discuss the latest developing terror threats around the world, from the revealed identity of “Jihadi John” to the three New York men arrested for allegedly plotting to supp watch

New details in Pasco police shooting

New details in Pasco police shooting

02/26/15 10:46AM

A police task force has revealed new information about the shooting death of an unarmed Mexican man in Pasco, Washington – a death that has sparked protests in Pasco. Felix Vargas, chairman of Consejo Latino, discusses. watch

Facing deportation, advocates speak up

Facing deportation, advocates speak up

02/26/15 09:51AM

José Díaz-Balart talks with Astrid Silva and her father Cesar about their reactions to President Obama’s town hall on immigration, and their hopes for the president’s executive actions as Democrats and Republicans debate reform. watch

Obama: If you want immigration reform, vote

Obama: If you want immigration reform, vote

02/25/15 08:43PM

President Barack Obama points out that millions of eligible voters did not vote in the last election and suggests that if more supporters of comprehensive immigration reform vote, the political obstacles to reform will be fewer. watch

Obama: Every bit of progress requires a fight

Obama: Every bit of progress requires a fight

02/25/15 08:37PM

President Barack Obama outlines the steps he is taking to help the families of Dreamers stay together and not be deported, and emphasizes that there remains a political struggle to be made to secure the passage of real reform legislation. 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 outside NYC... read more

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