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GOP called out for obstructionism

GOP called out for obstructionism

06/04/12 08:00PM

The Republicans have dragged their feet on everything from the debt ceiling to student loans. Democratic Congressman George Miller called the GOP out, saying the party was trying to win power by killing jobs. Rep. Miller joins Politics Nation. watch

All eyes on Wisconsin recall

All eyes on Wisconsin recall

06/04/12 08:00PM

The final push is under way in Wisconsin, the night before the recall election of Governor Scott Walker. MSNBC’s Ed Schultz joins Politics Nation from Wisconsin to discuss the impact this election will have. State Sen. Jon Erpenbach, and Marty Beil of... watch

Senate to vote on Paycheck Fairness Act

Senate to vote on Paycheck Fairness Act

06/04/12 08:00PM

In an era where women still make 77 cents for every dollar a man makes, the majority of Republicans voted against the only thing that protects women from the discrimination, the Lily Ledbetter Act. The issue will be revisited with the Paycheck Fairness... watch

Romney using Bush’s blueprints?

Romney using Bush’s blueprints?

05/31/12 08:00PM

At the official unveiling of President George W. Bush’s portrait at the White House, the former president joked that President Obama could look at the painting and ask “what would George do?” Mitt Romney may already be doing that, as he has surrounded... watch

Fighting against voter restrictions in...

Fighting against voter restrictions in Florida

05/31/12 08:00PM

A Florida judge has shot down part of a new election law that would impose a 48-hour filing deadline for third party groups that register new voters. But that hasn’t stop Governor Rick Scott’s purge or as many as 182,000 voters the state claims could... watch

Painting over political differences

Painting over political differences

05/31/12 08:00PM

President Obama and the First Lady welcomed President George W. Bush and Laura Bush to the White House for the unveiling of their official portraits. The two men have major political difference, but share a love of America. watch

Romney releases birth certificate

Romney releases birth certificate

05/30/12 08:00PM

Mitt Romney has released his birth certificate, which shows his legal name is Willard Mitt Romney, and he was born in Detroit. But Rev. Al Sharpton wonders if there’s more to the story than first appears. watch

Childhood poverty numbers paint stark picture

Childhood poverty numbers paint stark picture

05/30/12 08:00PM

A new study finds the US has the second-highest rate of child poverty out of 35 developed countries. Nearly a quarter of US kids live in poverty. Meanwhile Romney’s wealthy supporters are expected to pump nearly a billion dollars into the presidential... watch

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