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U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., smiles as he is surrounded by media during a campaign stop, Nov. 3, 2014, in Minneapolis, Minn.

Al Franken gets real

12/16/14 03:16PM

The former "Saturday Night Live" writer endorses Clinton and goes after Uber in an exclusive interview with MSNBC's Ari Melber. read more

Philipp Lahm of Germany lifts the World Cup trophy after defeating Argentina 1-0 in extra time during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Final match between Germany and Argentina at Maracana on July 13, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Matthias Hangst/Getty)

2014 #yearinreview

12/16/14 12:23PM

As 2014 comes to a close, social networks and tech giants are taking a look back at the biggest moments of the year. read more

Obama responds to critics on Cuba

Obama responds to critics on Cuba

12/19/14 03:35PM

President Obama responded to critics Friday on his decision to re-engage Cuba – a decision that has divided the Cuban-American community. Manuel Roig-Franzia and Alex Seitz-Wald discuss. watch

Obama calls Sony decision ‘a mistake’

President Obama calls Sony decision ‘a mistake’

12/19/14 03:24PM

Foreign Affairs editor Gideon Rose joins The Cycle to talk about the FBI’s statement Friday that named North Korea as responsible for the cyber-attacks on Sony. In a press conference Friday, President Obama also addressed the hack, and said it was a mista watch

Huntsman: ‘Ted Cruz is far from stupid’

Abby Huntsman: ‘Ted Cruz is far from stupid’

12/18/14 03:56PM

Abby Huntsman says that despite some attempts to portray Sen. Ted Cruz as “dumb,” he has a smart strategy as 2016 nears: to give primary voters a very clear choice between stalwart conservatives or Republicans like Jeb Bush who he says will cave under pre watch

After diagnosis, athlete hopes to inspire

After diagnosis, athlete hopes to inspire

12/18/14 03:46PM

Former Baylor basketball player Isaiah Austin joins The Cycle to talk about his efforts to help student athletes gain recognition both on and off the court. Taylor, who has Marfan syndrome, works with the Haier Achievement Award program as a spokesperson. watch

Why we’re so obsessed with ‘Serial’

‘Serial’ reignites interest in 1999 murder

12/18/14 03:34PM

After 12 episodes, 1.5 million Americans have combed through the evidence laid out by the team behind the podcast “Serial” to try to figure out who killed Baltimore teen Hae Min Lee in 1999. Attorney Lisa Green discusses the story behind the murder. watch