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Dems come to aid of 'endangered' incumbents

Dems come to aid of 'endangered' incumbents

04/18/14 07:35AM

Politico Playbook: "House Democrats, battered by Koch brothers ads and facing a grim outlook for the midterms, are providing the clearest indication yet of how they plan to respond," Politico's Alex Isenstadt writes. Mike Allen discusses. watch

Wallace: Obama was speaking to nervous Dems

Wallace: Obama was speaking to nervous Dems

04/18/14 07:11AM

Top Talkers: At least 13 people are dead following an avalanche on Mount Everest. Also, search crews are looking for survivors following a ferry accident in South Korea. And at least 8 million people have signed up for Obamacare. watch

Attorney General Eric Holder listens to questions during a House Appropriations Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, on April 4, 2014 in Washington, DC.

GOPer goes after Holder’s paycheck

04/17/14 11:51AM

GOPer goes after Holder’s paycheckA new bill would strip government employees held in contempt of Congress of their paychecks, in the latest Republican-lead attack on Attorney General Eric Holder. read more

How to find faith in the darkness

How to find faith in the darkness

04/17/14 09:39AM

Time's Nancy Gibbs joins Morning Joe to reveal the magazine's latest issue, which features a story on American theologian Barbara Brown Taylor. Taylor argues that when it comes to spiritual matters, darkness holds more lessons than light. watch

'Putin can be a whole lot more unhelpful'

'Putin can be a whole lot more unhelpful'

04/17/14 09:26AM

What are the dangers of more sanctions against Russia? Should the U.S. consider arming Ukrainians against Russian forces? What are the dangers if the U.S. does arm Ukrainians? Ezra Klein and Harold Ford Jr. discuss. watch

Redefining success

Redefining success

04/17/14 08:55AM

Mika Brzezinski and Arianna Huffington explain why most Americans are looking for something beyond money and power – a “third metric” to redefine success. watch

Emanuel: I don't think Census cooking books

Emanuel: I don't think Census cooking books

04/17/14 08:26AM

Are sequestration cuts and a tight federal budget causing the country's top young scientists to become "disenchanted or lured to better opportunities elsewhere," as the Huffington Post's Sam Stein writes? Stein, Dr. Martin Lane and Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel... watch

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