According to NBC’s First Read, if President Barack Obama wins the presidential election, Republicans would need to pick up a net of four Senate seats to get the majority. NBC’s Mark Murray discusses. watch
In his speech at the U.N., the president will have the chance to distinguish his world vision from Mitt Romney’s. Time Magazine’s Bobby Ghosh and former State Department Egypt Officer Joel Rubin discuss watch
Over the course of the campaign – we’ve heard comparisons of President Barack Obama to Jimmy Carter and of Mitt Romney to Ronald Reagan. But are those comparisons a stretch? James Hohmann discusses. watch
A jobs bill aimed at helping veterans find work has been blocked by Republicans in the Senate. The legislation would have provided $1 billion over five years to find work for veterans in federal lands and in local police and fire departments. watch
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