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Romney apologizes for high school pranks

Romney apologizes for high school pranks

05/10/12 08:00PM

The Washington Post released a story about pranks presidential candidate Mitt Romney took part in during his high school years. Politico’s Ben White, The New York Times’ Jodi Kantor, The Huffington Post’s Sam Stein, former Rick Santorum campaign... watch

JPMorgan CEO responds to $2 billion...

JPMorgan CEO responds to $2 billion trading loss

05/10/12 08:00PM

JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon responded to news that the bank disclosed $2 billion in trading losses, saying they were “self-inflicted” and “egregious mistakes.” New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman joins to discuss the trading loss, and... watch

Who's warring on women?

Who's warring on women?

05/10/12 05:21PM

A new ad from the pro-Romney Super PAC, Restore Our Future, launches a scathing attack on Democrats, essentially accusing them of hating Moms on Mother's Day. But as Republicans try to paint Democrats as the aggressors, the polls still show women aren't necessarily buying what Romney is selling. A new AP poll shows the President has a 15 point advantage among female voters. The same poll shows overall, President Obama leads Romney by 8 points. For more, check out today's segment on the re-ignited war on women: read more

Campaigning on Marriage

05/10/12 03:42PM

President Obama's position on same-sex marriage fully evolved on Wednesday, when he became the first sitting President to declare his support for marriage equality. Now, the President’s re-election campaign is trying to use the announcement to its political advantage. Shortly after the President made the news, he sent out an email soliciting donations from campaign supporters. Reports indicate that since then there has been a big uptick in fundraising. read more

NOW Today: President Obama, evolved

NOW Today: President Obama, evolved

05/10/12 06:45AM

So, the President made a little news yesterday.This morning we'll hear more from President Obama and his evolution on gay marriage. The consequences of what the President said yesterday are varied. Many believe it will provoke a flood of money from gay supporters, but it could also provoke support from donors opposed to gay marriage. Black voters, whose support of marriage equality is less than that of the general population, aren't likely to abandon the President, but it could affect their turnout at the polls.Make no mistake, what the President said yesterday involved political risk. read more

Trending NOW

05/10/12 06:35AM

Wow, these music charts haven't changed in a LONG time!Magid CPI: Americans divided as Obama endorses gay marriage; Rescuers discover bodies near Russian jet wreckage site; Justice Dept says they plan to sue Arizona sheriff Arpaio over alleged racial profiling Google: Obama; north carolina; vidal sassoonTwitter: Mother’s Day; Vidal Sassoon; GreeceYouTube Politics: Mitt Romney Versus Reality: Auto Recovery Edition (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=61HbcIpKL7E)Billboard (Hot 100): Somebody That I Used To Know - Gotye Featuring Kimbra; We Are Young - fun. read more

Ann Romney stirs debate on motherhood

Ann Romney stirs debate on motherhood

05/09/12 08:00PM

Ann Romney, wife of presidential candidate Mitt Romney, wrote an op-ed in USA Today promoting her role as a mother of five boys. The NOW with Alex Wagner panelists talk about Romney's story, and how motherhood is being cast through a political lens. watch

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