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Economy shows signs of life

Economy shows signs of life

01/27/12 10:25AM

The newly released GDP numbers fell a little short of expectations, but given the larger trajectory, it was at least encouraging to see the domestic economy moving in the right direction in the final three months of 2011.The American economy picked up a little steam last quarter, with output growing at an annualized rate of 2.8 percent, the Commerce Department reported Friday.The pace of growth was faster than in the third quarter, when gross domestic product expanded at an annual rate of 1.8 percent.The fourth quarter was easily the best three-month period of 2011, and the strongest the U.S. read more

Morning Maddow: January 27

01/27/12 08:02AM

Romney's investment in a new debate coach appears to have paid off.Politico gets anonymous House Republicans to express their fear of Gingrich at the top of the ticket.On Pres. Obama's agenda today: lowering college tuition costs.Meet the next Solyndra.Prison = the new old-folks' home?So that's what goes in a diplomatic pouch.Activists report a "terrifying massacre" in Syria. read more

Ahead on the 1/26 Maddow Show

01/26/12 08:01PM

Tonight's guests:Michael Isikoff, NBC News national investigative correspondentWayne Besen, author, activist and executive director of Truth Wins OutMike Berlon, chairman of the Georgia Democratic PartyAnd here, executive producer Bill Wolff previews the stories we're covering: read more

Facts are facts

Facts are facts

01/26/12 07:00PM

Rachel Maddow corrects an error made in Wednesday night's show and offers the correction as an example to Politifact of how to properly identify true versus... watch

Over the moon

Over the moon

01/26/12 07:00PM

Bill Wolff, executive producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, shares a preview of tonight’s show – Newt Gingrich’s big ideas for the moon, plus Mitt Romney’s... watch

Voter ID bill advances in Iowa

01/26/12 06:36PM

Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz has introduced a new voter I.D. bill for consideration by the Iowa legislature. Should this bill pass the Republican-controlled Iowa House, it will be the second Voter I.D. bill awaiting attention from the Democratic-controlled Iowa Senate, but Schultz expects his bill will have a better chance than the one already there.On January third, the night of this year's Iowa Caucuses, Rachel Maddow spoke with Schultz about his bill and the Republican interest in voter I.D. read more

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