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Romney supporter accuses Obama of treason

Romney supporter accuses Obama of treason

05/07/12 08:00PM

Mitt Romney failed to stop a supporter on the campaign trail for saying President Obama should be tried for treason. MSNBC’s Alex Wagner and the NOW panel discusses Romney’s repeated lack to repudiate supporters’ hateful rhetoric against the President. watch

Obama vs. Wall Street

Obama vs. Wall Street

05/07/12 08:00PM

MSNBC’s Alex Wagner and the NOW panel discuss the divide between President Obama and big banks, and the ‘doom, gloom, world will end’ rhetoric coming from Wall Street about the President’s economic policies. watch

Santorum endorses Romney in late-night email

Santorum endorses Romney in late-night email

05/07/12 08:00PM

MSNBC’s Alex Wagner and the NOW panel talk with J. Hogan Gidley, Rick Santorum’s former communications director, about Santorum’s late-night endorsement for Mitt Romney, and whether or not Santorum’s support is enough to boost Romney’s chances at... watch

Alleged al-Qaida bomb plot uncovered

Alleged al-Qaida bomb plot uncovered

05/07/12 08:00PM

NBC’s Pete Wiliams reports on the details about the alleged bomb plot out of Yemen that was scheduled to occur in America on the one-year anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden. MSNBC’s Alex Wagner and the NOW panel discusses America’s ongoing ... watch

Enthusiasm high among Democrats

Enthusiasm high among Democrats

05/07/12 04:33PM

A new poll today finds that while President Obama and Mitt Romney are in a statistical dead heat in 12 swing states, the President has a significant edge in voter enthusiasm. USA Today and Gallup report the President has just a 2% lead over Romney in a head-to-head match-up, which is well within the 4% margin of error.But the survey also finds 57% of Democrats in swing states say they are very or extremely enthusiastic about the election in November, while just 46% of Republicans say the same thing. read more

NOW Today: International implications

05/07/12 07:04AM

We've got two special guests today to talk about two big international stories with real implications for the U.S.Christopher Dickey will join the show from Paris to talk about the stunning defeat of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who has been replaced with Francois Hollande, the first Socialist to be elected in France since 1981. His election marks a stunning shift against austerity in France, and could complicate existing U.S.-French relations (among them, the expedited withdrawal of U.S. read more

Trending NOW

05/07/12 06:49AM

Watch the markets today - the rejection of austerity in France and Greece is expected to rattle U.S. markets the same way the did Europe and China's overnight.Magid CPI: Wife on Skype with soldier saw bullet hole; Sarkozy Out as France's President; Greeks reject eurozone austerity measures Google: austerity; joe biden; eli manning saturday night live Twitter: Good Monday; #NeverBe; Rise & GrindYouTube Politics: SilenceBillboard (Hot 100): Somebody That I Used To Know - Gotye Featuring Kimbra; We Are Young - fun. read more

Biden voices support for same-sex marriage

Biden voices support for same-sex marriage

05/06/12 08:00PM

Vice President Biden affirmed his support for same-sex marriage over the weekend on Meet the Press, but what about President Obama’s position on the issue? MSNBC’s Alex Wagner and the NOW panel discuss the Obama administration’s stance on same-sex... watch

Chaotic 9/11 trial incites anger, pain

Chaotic 9/11 trial incites anger, pain

05/06/12 08:00PM

NBC’s Michael Isikoff shares the chaotic events of the weekend’s hearing at Guantanamo Bay against five accused 9/11 plotters. Criminal defense attorney Ronald L. Kuby joins the NOW panel to discuss the trial. watch

Evaluating Facebook’s worth

Evaluating Facebook’s worth

05/06/12 08:00PM

Facebook prepares to take its IPO show on the road, but is it worth the investment? The NOW panel discusses Facebook’s value and NYC deputy mayor Howard Wolfson shares his top 2012 music picks. watch

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