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Koppel: Negative campaigning will only get...

Koppel: Negative campaigning will only get worse

01/15/12 07:00PM

"Rock Center" correspondent Ted Koppel joins Morning Joe to discuss the role of superPAC's in the current presidential campaign. By law, campaigns and superPAC's aren't allowed to communicate, but is there a blurring of the lines on this rule? The... watch

Romney, Bain, Elizabeth Warren and US credit

Romney, Bain, Elizabeth Warren and US credit

01/15/12 07:00PM

The latest Public Policy poll shows Mitt Romney leading the GOP field in South Carolina with 29 percent and Newt Gingrich behind him at 24 percent. But will the attacks against Mitt Romney's time at Bain Capital impact his numbers? CNBC's Suze Orman... watch

Must Read Op-Eds for Friday, January 13, 2012

01/13/12 01:57PM

AMERICA ISN'T A CORPORATIONBY PAUL KRUGMANNEW YORK TIMESBut there’s a deeper problem in the whole notion that what this nation needs is a successful businessman as president: America is not, in fact, a corporation. Making good economic policy isn’t at all like maximizing corporate profits. And businessmen do not, in general, have any... read more

Why President Obama should put Hillary on '12 bill with him

01/13/12 12:45PM

Joe Scarborough: “You wrote a fascinating article a couple of days ago talking about something you think President Obama might do that would help his re-election chances.”New York Times' Bill Keller: “Not something that he might do, but something I think he would be well-advised to do, and that is to put Hillary Clinton on the ticket as his... read more

Morning Headlines: Friday, January 13

01/13/12 05:49AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Catch up on the latest in S.C. with the State's coverageDo the same with the Post and CourierRomney getting big bucks from private equity firm leadersColbert for president?Billion-dollar candidate? Not likely.Canada: Marriages of foreign gays... read more