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Fight over health care law reaches Supreme...

Fight over health care law reaches Supreme Court

03/25/12 08:00PM

The Supreme Court began hearing arguments Monday morning against President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. MSNBC’s Alex Wagner and the NOW panel – The Nation’s Ari Melber, New York Magazine’s John Heilemann, The Daily Beast’s Patricia Murphy, and... watch

Is conversation about race possible in 2012?

Is conversation about race possible in 2012?

03/25/12 08:00PM

Newt Gingrich is attacking President Obama’s comments about Trayvon Martin, accusing the president of making Trayvon’s death about race. The NOW panel discusses whether or not it’s possible to have a broader conversation about race in America. watch

NOW Today: That other branch of government

03/23/12 06:53AM

Remember that other branch of government?With all the talk about 2012 and the Supreme Court's hearing of the health care law next week, the spotlight has definitely been off America's beloved Congress.  We thought it was about time to take a look at what's on the table and how it ties into presidential politics (no surprise here, the two work hand in hand).We also have Jesse Benton, chairman of the Ron Paul campaign, to talk about today's planned money bomb and a Vice President Paul - the admitted goal of that campaign at this point.Later in the show, a look at gun control. read more

Trending NOW

03/23/12 06:45AM

Welcome to Friday!Magid CPI: Trayvon Martin: Police chief in Trayvon Martin case to step down; Cocaine, heart disease played role in Houston's death; Frence Shootings: French gunman Mohammed Merah shot dead in police raid Google: al sharpton; hunger games; etch a sketch Twitter: Finally Friday; Family Matters; RueYouTube Politics: President Obama Signs To Deaf Fan Billboard (Hot 100): We Are Young - fun. read more

Looking at the troop count

Looking at the troop count

03/22/12 04:06PM

This chart shocked us today.  When you see it in this form, it makes it even more baffling that the war in Afghanistan has become tougher in it's second half. read more

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