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Corbett: ‘Close your eyes’

Corbett: ‘Close your eyes’

03/15/12 08:00PM

Pennsylvania lawmakers are attempting to pass a mandatory ultrasound law. When asked if forcing a woman to watch an ultrasound was going too far, Governor Tom Corbett suggested patients close their eyes. Meanwhile, Washington is arguing over the... watch

Biden takes GOP to task in campaign speech

Biden takes GOP to task in campaign speech

03/15/12 08:00PM

In a speech in Ohio, Vice President Biden made his case for Obama’s reelection, and criticized Republican candidates for their “fend for themselves” attitude toward the middle class. Gov. Ed Rendell and MSNBC political analyst Richard Wolffe join... watch

Obama blasts Republicans over gas price...

Obama blasts Republicans over gas price politics

03/15/12 08:00PM

Newt Gingrich is promising voters 2.50 per gallon gasoline, but President Obama reminded Americans that gas price changes don’t happen overnight. MSNBC political analyst Karen Finney and Michael Eric Dyson, Georgetown professor, discuss the gas prices... watch

Playing politics with the economy

Playing politics with the economy

03/14/12 08:00PM

Top Democrats have been saying the Republicans may trying to stall economic recovery in order to improve their chances in the presidential election. Michael Tomasky of the Daily Beast and E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post explain why the Democrats may... watch

Republican party racing to the right

Republican party racing to the right

03/14/12 08:00PM

The GOP presidential candidates have all indicated support for a personhood amendment, defunding Planned Parenthood, drug testing for welfare benefits, and slashing Social Security. Will these positions make it harder for Republicans to win over... watch

Americans want answers on jobs

Americans want answers on jobs

03/14/12 08:00PM

51 percent of Americans say the economy and jobs matter most to them, yet the GOP presidential candidates are talking about birth control, socialism, or themselves. Rep Jim McDermott, D-Wa, and MSNBC contributor Jared Bernstein join Politics Nation to... watch

Pain at the pump equals pain at the polls?

Pain at the pump equals pain at the polls?

03/13/12 08:00PM

President Obama’s approval rating has taken a hit in recent weeks, and high gas prices may be to blame. Is the GOP talk of war with Iran driving prices up? Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss what he’s worried about in this... watch

Holder cracks down on voter ID laws

Holder cracks down on voter ID laws

03/13/12 08:00PM

The Justice Department has rejected Texas’ voter ID law under the Voting Rights Act, and other states’ laws are coming under scrutiny as well. Attorney General Eric Holder spoke with NBC News, on why he’s getting tough. watch

Stakes high in battle for southern states

Stakes high in battle for southern states

03/13/12 08:00PM

Each candidate has something to prove in tonight’s election. Romney is hoping to show that he is the GOP front-runner, while Gingrich and Santorum are battling to be the conservative alternative. Former Governor Ed Rendell and Republican strategist... watch

Romney fumbles on football

Romney fumbles on football

03/13/12 08:00PM

The Romney campaign is trying to spin the candidate’s latest gaffe, where he said he has friends who own football teams. Is this hurting Romney’s chances of connecting with voters? Erin McPike of Real Clear Politics and David Corn of Mother Jones weigh... watch

Is Sarah Palin still a political force?

Is Sarah Palin still a political force?

03/12/12 08:00PM

The new film “Game Change” about the 2008 McCain campaign doesn’t portray Sarah Palin in a very flattering light, but those close to the campaign say it’s an accurate depiction. Dana Milbank of the Washington Post and Jeanne Devon of the Alaska... watch

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