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Preventing gun violence with the law

Preventing gun violence with the law

02/27/12 07:00PM

In light of the deadly Monday shooting at Chardon High School, NOW’s Alex Wagner addresses the lack of strict gun control laws and a need to stand up to powerful gun lobbies in order to keep schools safe. watch

Gun control laws lacking in many states

Gun control laws lacking in many states

02/27/12 07:00PM

Colin Goddard of the Brady Campaign, a survivor from the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre, shares his thoughts regarding Monday morning’s shooting at Chardon High School and the NOW panel weighs in on the need for stricter gun control laws. watch

Has Santorum gone too far?

Has Santorum gone too far?

02/27/12 07:00PM

Rick Santorum’s conservative rhetoric may be too extreme for most voters. Are his comments damaging the Republican party’s reputation? The NOW panel breaks down Santorum’s latest attacks against Obama and the Democratic party. watch

Calling all bets

Calling all bets

02/27/12 07:00PM

The NOW panel places their bets on who will come out on top after Michigan and Arizona voters cast their primary ballots. watch

Romney, Santorum go neck and neck

Romney, Santorum go neck and neck

02/27/12 07:00PM

Ahead of the critical Michigan and Arizona primaries, MSNBC’s Chuck Todd joins the NOW panel to discuss the close race between Romney and Santorum, and the challenges stopping both from winning over the entire Republican party. watch

Class warfare

02/27/12 02:11PM

Rick Santorum calls President Obama a "snob" for wanting all students to attend college.  President Obama never suggested all students need to attend Harvard like he did. He reiterated this today at the White House:The jobs of the future are increasingly going to those with more than a high school degree and I have to make a point here.  When I speak about higher education we're not just talking about a four year degree. read more

NOW Today

02/27/12 07:10AM

In 24 hours voters in Michigan and Arizona will head to the polls for the start of arguably the most important day in the 2012 presidential nominating contest.  While Arizona appears to be safe territory for Mitt Romney, his fate is much less certain in his native Michigan, and that could amplify the blow of defeat there by challenger Rick Santorum.  Conventional wisdom suggests that if Santorum wins Michigan, he still has to contend with Newt Gingrich, who is expected to perform well in southern states on Super Tuesday. read more

Trending NOW

02/27/12 06:52AM

By the look of today's trends, you'd hardly know that tomorrow's elections in Arizona and Michigan could very well determine the 2012 GOP nominee. read more

New war over higher education

New war over higher education

02/26/12 07:00PM

Rick Santorum calls President Obama a ‘snob’ for wanting all students to attend college. Alice Stewart, Santorum’s press secretary, joins the NOW panel to talk about Santorum’s recent comments, and Obama’s response to the accusations of snobbery. watch

Major problems arise over campaign funding...

Major problems arise over campaign funding overlap

02/26/12 07:00PM

Is the line between political campaigns and Super PACs being crossed? Bill Burton, former deputy press secretary for the Obama White House who now runs the Obama Super PAC, discusses the boundary between campaigns and Super PACs, and how Super PACs... watch

NOW Today

02/24/12 06:54AM

Today on the show: We'll take a look at the competing policy proposals of Pres. Obama and his would-be Republican contenders.  We'll look at the women of 2012 (who are they and who is calling the shots).  Gov. Jack Markell (D-DE) will join us literally straight after meeting with the President and other governors assembled in Washington for a meeting of the National Governors Association.  And during the show, Mitt Romney will try to fill Ford Field in Detroit to unveil his economic plan.  Only problem: He did that Tuesday. read more

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