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04/03/12 06:36AM

The 1940 Census has become so popular that 22.5 million people accessed its website during its first three hours, causing government servers to crash.Magid CPI: Service planned for 7 college students killed in California shooting spree; Trayvon Martin Case: Florida shooter would surrender if charged--lawyer; Body of missing barista believed found in Alaska lake Google: 1940 census; ncaa basketball; oakland news Twitter: Rise & GRIND; Dear Nicki; #1940censusYouTube Politics: The DC Hokey PokeyBillboard (Hot 100): We Are Young - fun. read more

Pres. Obama responds to Paul Ryan’s budget

Pres. Obama responds to Paul Ryan’s budget

04/02/12 08:00PM

Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget has provoked sharp criticisms from the left, including President Obama, who is calling the plan a “Trojan horse.” MSNBC’s Alex Wagner talks with the NOW panel – The New York Times’ Frank Bruni, former Penn. governor Ed Rendell,... watch

Pres. Obama, squandered energy, and the "inside game"

04/02/12 05:46PM

On Monday's show, Alex asked Van Jones, the author, activist and former Obama administration official, why the Obama campaign seemed to squander so much grassroots energy after the election.Jones noted that Obama officials put a lot of early emphasis on the "inside game," and placed a lot of power in the DNC - where the campaign's 13-million-person email list was housed in a new organization, Organizing for America (OFA). read more

Van Jones and rebuilding the dream

04/02/12 11:07AM

Van Jones, former White House special adviser, is joining the panel for the full hour today - ahead of the release of his new book, Rebuild the Dream, which hits shelves tomorrow.Here's an excerpt that Van picked for the blog - which we'll discuss further on the show today. CHEAP PATRIOTS VERSUS DEEP PATRIOTSThe time has come to turn things right side up again and declare that America’s honest, hard-working middle class is too big to fail. The aspirations of our low-income, struggling, and marginalized communities are too big and important to fail. read more

NOW Today: Ahead of the Badger State

04/02/12 06:59AM

It could be all locked up tomorrow.All eyes are on Wisconsin as Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum go down to the wire in the Badger State.  While Romney has the edge, it's close enough to merit a careful eye.  Conventional wisdom says if Santorum doesn't win Wisconsin, Mitt Romney is truly unstoppable and will get to 1,144 delegates on his own.  We'll be listening - Romney is already sharpening his rhetoric and focusing on President Obama, giving his campaign a general election feel.  Winning strategy?PANEL Ari Melber, The Nation/msnbc Contributor (@arimelber)Van Jones, Fmr. read more

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04/02/12 06:49AM

Week 2 for 2 of E.L. James' books on the bestseller list.Magid CPI: More than 1000 rally in Miami to demand action in Trayvon Martin's death; ACM Awards: Taylor Swift named entertainer of the year; Top Obama campaign donor accused of fraud Google: acm awards 2012; autism awareness; the killing Twitter: Steve Jobs, Good Monday, Hate MondaysYouTube Politics: Marco Rubio Attacks 70's DiscoBillboard (Hot 100): We Are Young - fun. read more

Discomfort keeps unsure voters away from...

Discomfort keeps unsure voters away from Romney

04/01/12 08:00PM

Mitt Romney is edging closer to securing the Republican presidential nomination, but he’s still far from securing the Oval Office. With all of Romney’s problems with the conservative base, women voters, and more, will he be able to wrap things up... watch