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Who'll take home the big prize at the Oscars?

Who'll take home the big prize at the Oscars?

02/20/15 04:30PM

Comedian Colin Quinn, "So Popular!" host Janet Mock and Jake Silverstein join to discuss the day's hot topics, including Sunday's Oscars ceremony and Oliver Sachs' heart-wrenching New York Times article about his terminal cancer diagnosis. watch

Giuliani doubles down on Obama criticism

Giuliani doubles down on Obama criticism

02/20/15 04:22PM

MSNBC's Joy Reid, former WH Press Secretary Robert Gibbs and New York Times Magazine's Jake Silverstein join to discuss the still-growing firestorm over Rudolph Giuliani's comments about President Obama - and why Giuliani is sticking to his guns. watch

Obama hit with criticism for Islam remarks

Obama hit with criticism for Islam remarks

02/19/15 05:05PM

President Obama continues to be criticized for remarks he made about Islam on Wednesday, when he defended the "true peaceful nature of Islam" and said that groups like ISIS espouse a "twisted" version of the faith. Alex Wagner and guests discuss. watch

NC Senator rules legislative roost for a day

NC Senator rules legislative roost for a day

02/19/15 04:51PM

When his colleagues at the North Carolina General Assembly didn't show up for work on Tuesday, State Sen. Jeff Jackson was surprised - but he made the most of his day at the office. He joins Alex Wagner to talk about his unusual day. watch

Jeb Bush wants you to know he's his 'own man'

Jeb Bush wants you to know he's his 'own man'

02/18/15 04:00PM

Steve Kornacki, Kasie Hunt, and Michael Steele talk about a foreign policy speech by 2016 presidential hopeful Jeb Bush. Bush tried to distance himself from his brother on foreign policy, despite relying on Team G.W. as campaign advisers. watch

Interested in a one-way ticket to Mars?

Would you be interested in a one-way ticket to Mars?

02/17/15 04:32PM

Alex Wagner rounds up some off-the-wall news items: the Mars Colony Project has narrowed down its applicant pool, Joe Biden gets friendly with Asthon Carter’s wife, and Maryland Republican Andy Harris earns the nickname “the winking congressman.” watch

How to counter the digital momentum of ISIS

How to counter the digital momentum of ISIS

02/17/15 04:15PM

World leaders gather for three days at the White House to strategize on how best to address the threat posed by ISIS. Laith Alkhouri, Senior Analyst for Flashpoint Global Partners, and Aki Peritz, former CIA counterterrorism analyst join the table. watch

Federal judge courting controversy

Federal judge courting controversy on immigration order

02/17/15 04:00PM

The Obama administration is forced to suspend implementation of the President’s sweeping executive action on immigration, after a federal judge in Texas temporarily blocks the order. Pete Williams, Sam Stein, and Ari Melber discuss the implications. watch

Is Boehner ready for a shutdown?

Is Boehner ready for a shutdown?

02/16/15 04:32PM

A month ago, Speaker Boehner said there would be no government shutdown. Now, the Speaker says he is "certainly" prepared to let DHS funding collapse. Dana Milbank and Hunter Walker discuss. watch

Egypt carries out bomb raids against ISIS

Egypt carries out bomb raids against ISIS

02/16/15 03:59PM

Kelly Cobiela reports on the gunman involved in a shooting in Copenhagen. Then, Ayman Mohyeldin, Brian Katulis, and Steven Cook discuss Egypt's bombing raids against ISIS in retaliation for the group's brutal attacks. watch

What you’ll be talking about this weekend

What you’ll be talking about this weekend

02/13/15 04:32PM

From the '50 Shades of Grey' movie, to Ruth Bader Ginsburg drinking wine, to Facebook in the afterlife, Alex Wagner discusses some big talkers this week with Salon’s Joan Walsh, The Daily Beast’s Ana Marie Cox, and ‘Fresh off the Boat’ author Eddie Huang. watch

ISIS attacks military base

ISIS attacks military base

02/13/15 04:21PM

The road to destroying ISIS is looking increasingly long. Alex Wagner looks at why with NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin and the Brookings Institute’s Michael O’Hanlon. watch

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