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Is 48 percent bad for Obama?

Is 48 percent bad for Obama?

05/23/12 08:00PM

According to the latest NBC News/ Marist poll of swing states, 48 percent is enough to put President Barack Obama ahead of Mitt Romney in Florida, Virginia and Ohio. A NewsNation panel discusses. watch

Romney’s unemployment claims slammed by...

Romney’s unemployment claims slammed by Democrats

05/23/12 08:00PM

Democrats are criticizing Mitt Romney’s claim that he can get the unemployment rate down to six percent or lower by the end of his first term if elected. Democrats point to a report by the Congressional Budget Office that already predicts unemployment... watch

Fallout from Facebook IPO

Fallout from Facebook IPO

05/22/12 08:00PM

CNBC’s Kayla Tausche talks about the lawsuits, SEC investigation and a possible Congressional review of the Facebook IPO. The Huffington Post’s Mark Gongloff and radio host Michael Smerconish then join the discussion. watch

Anti-Obama ad to air in 10 swing states...

Anti-Obama ad to air in 10 swing states Wednesday

05/21/12 08:00PM

Political strategist Larry McCarthy, who is known for the infamous “Willie Horton” ad that went after Democratic candidate Michael Dukakis, will release a new ad that is at the heart of a $25 million campaign by Crossroads GPS, a pro-Republican group... watch

Honoring the first African-American aviators

Honoring the first African-American aviators

05/21/12 08:00PM

The critically-acclaimed movie, “Red Tails,” which is produced by George Lucas and tells the story of the Tuskegee airman – the first African-American aviators to serve in the armed forces, is being released on DVD and Blu-Ray Tuesday. Tuskegee airman... watch

Justifying Ethics investigations

Justifying Ethics investigations

05/17/12 08:00PM

Are black lawmakers being unfairly targeted for ethics investigations in Congress?  Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, has called for members of the House Ethics panel to temporarily step aside. Politico’s Manu Raju joins... watch

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