Up: September 15

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US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) speaks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (R) before a press conference in Geneva on September 14, 2013 after...
US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) speaks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (R) before a press conference in Geneva on September 14, 2013 after...
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On Sunday’s Up with Steve Kornacki, the panel will discuss the latest developments in Syria and the deal to destroy its chemical weapons, the legacy of Jesse Helms, the late Senator praised by Sen. Ted Cruz this week, how to run for President, and what Billie Jean King’s victory in the legendary “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match still means to women’s sports today.

Joining Steve Kornacki at the table will be:

Kate Nocera, capitol hill reporter, BuzzFeed.com (@KateNocera)

Philip Bump, writer, TheAtlanticWire.com (@pbump)

Amy Davidson, sr. editor, The New Yorker (@tnycloseread)

Rep Alan Grayson (D) Florida (@AlanGrayson)

Rev. Joe Watkins, fmr. WH aide to Pres. G H.W. Bush (@RevJoeWatkins)

Fmr.  Rep. Martin Frost (D) Texas

Chris Kofinis, democratic strategist, fmr. Communications Director for John Edwards 2008 Presidential campaign (@ChrisKofinis)

Ginger Gibson, reporter, Politico (@GingerGibson)

Selena Roberts, fmr. sports writer, New York Times & Sports Illustrated, founder & CEO ofRoopstigo.com, a digital sports network (@SelenaRoopstigo)

Susan Ware, historian & author, “Game, Set, Match: Billie Jean King and the Revolution in Women’s Sports”

Mike Pesca, sports reporter, NPR (@pescami)

Up: September 15

Updated