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Obamacare: A success story?

Obamacare: A success story?

03/31/14 11:01PM

With deadline day (sort of) here, and total enrollment climbing above the six million mark, is it safe to say the Affordable Care Act is here to stay? David Axelrod and Dr. Zeke Emanuel join Alex Wagner to discuss. watch

Christie defends integrity of investigation

Chris Christie defends integrity of investigation

03/28/14 11:00PM

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was chipper, self-confident, and combative with reporters at his first press conference since his two-hour one on Jan. 9th. Luke Russert discusses with NBC’s Michael Isikoff and NJ.com’s Darryl Isherwood. watch

Is there hope for an unemployment extension?

Is there hope for an unemployment extension?

03/27/14 11:54PM

A new bill in Senate would extend unemployment for five months, and the question is after it passes if it will pass in the Republican-controlled House. NBC’s Kasie Hunt talks with Alex Wagner about the future of unemployment in the U.S. watch

President, Pope, peace and love

President, Pope, peace and love

03/27/14 11:26PM

The former executive director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, Joshua DuBois, and The Washington Post's Melinda Henneberger, join Alex Wagner to discuss Pres. Obama’s meeting with Pope Francis and how the meeting may watch

After 'bridgegate' review, eyes on 2016?

After 'bridgegate' review, eyes on 2016?

03/27/14 11:00PM

NBC’s Michael Isikoff and The New York Times' Michael Barbaro join Alex Wagner to discuss the internal review of "bridgegate" done by Chris Christie’s attorneys and how this might affect Christie’s potential bid for 2016. watch

The cost of the Benghazi investigation

The cost of the Benghazi investigation

03/26/14 11:40PM

The Pentagon says that Congress’ multiple hearings, briefings, and interviews about the Benghazi scandal have cost taxpayers millions of dollars and taken up thousands of hours in personnel time. watch

Missouri marks 5th execution since November

Missouri marks 5th execution since November

03/26/14 11:35PM

A state prison inmate in Missouri named Jeffrey Ferguson was executed after midnight, marking the state’s fifth execution since November. Alex Wagner talks about the way Missouri and a handful of other states have been carrying out their executions. watch

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