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Rep. Schiff: Mueller likelier to finish his work

Rep. Schiff: Mueller likelier to finish his work

11/06/18 11:44PM

Rep. Adam Schiff is poised to become chairman of the House Intelligence Committee when Democrats take control of the House. He says the GOP abdicated their responsibility on the Russia investigation and that he plans to restore relationships between the committee and the intelligence community. watch

Nicolle Wallace: This changes everything

Nicolle Wallace: This changes everything

11/06/18 10:39PM

NBC News projects Democrats did take back control of the House but lost their bid for the Senate after Rep. Beto O'Rourke lost to Sen. Ted Cruz. Nicolle Wallace noted that the change in House control is a 'game changer' for President Trump. watch

Florida votes to restore voting rights for felons

Florida votes to restore voting rights for felons

11/06/18 09:13PM

Florida voters have restored the rights to vote for felons with its approval of Amendment 4 to its state constitution. The amendment, which passed with at least a 2 million-plus margin, paves the way for potentially millions of convicted felons in the state to vote. watch

Exit Poll: Health care replaces economy as most important issue for voters

Exit Poll: Health care replaces economy as most important...

11/06/18 06:15PM

Early results from the NBC News Exit Poll indicate that Democrats’ strategic decision to campaign on the issue of health care resonated with voters. When asked which of four issues was the most important facing the country, a 41 percent plurality said health care. watch

New NBC/WSJ Poll shows voters favor Democrats ahead of midterms

New 2018 midterm poll shows Democrats ahead of Republicans

11/04/18 10:16PM

A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows 50 percent of likely voters prefer a Democratic controlled Congress – compared to 43 percent for Republicans at the helm. MSNBC’s Richard Lui breaks down what the numbers mean with his panel. Participants include Mark Murray, NBC News Senior Political Editor, Zerlina Maxwell, Director of Progressive... watch

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