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Mystery of Lindbergh baby continues

Mystery of Lindbergh baby continues

01/30/13 07:00PM

Larry Klein, the writer, producer, and director of “Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby?,” joins The Cycle to talk about the kidnapping case that, even 80 years later, still leaves more questions than answers. watch

Former Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel, president Barack Obama's choice for defense secretary, speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, Jan. 7, 2013, where the president made the announcement. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Looking ahead: The Hagel hearings

01/30/13 06:16PM

Thursday is the Senate Committee hearing on Chuck Hagel’s nomination to be the next Secretary of Defense. His nomination has been controversial, but msnbc Contributor Jimmy Williams predicted that Hagel would be confirmed. “The senate pretty much protects its own members,” he said. "The only thing they could do with Hagel would be to... read more

Here they toast Mexican President Felipe Calderon during a luncheon at the State Department.  (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

It's Hillary Clinton or Joe Biden for 2016

01/30/13 05:04PM

This is Hillary Clinton's week. First she was on 60 Minutes with the president the other night, and Wednesday with our own Andrea Mitchell--she's even subtly tweaked her message about 2016, making it clear the next presidential race is at least on her mind--just like a Hillary '16 candidacy seems to be on, well, everyone's mind. read more

Former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords sits with her husband Mark Kelly, on Jan. 30, 2013, and gives an opening statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence. (Photo by Susan Walsh/AP Photo)

Gabby Giffords Testifies

01/30/13 01:59PM

There is certainly a lot happening in the news today. First let’s start with the gun debate. Former Representative Gabby Giffords giving a brief, yet emotional, opening statement today before the Senate Judiciary Committee where she said, ‎"violence is a big problem. Too many children are dying. Too many children. We must do something! It... read more

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Today on The Cycle: Digital Dating

01/30/13 01:47PM

While some people may find their soul mate through set ups, going to bars, or just randomly meeting someone in the street millions of Americans have found their perfect match through online dating. With one third of Americans looking for love online, it is becoming a big business. Did you know that it brings in $2 billion per year. But the... read more

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Some insight into Steve Kornacki's world

01/30/13 10:38AM

As many of our viewers know, Cycle host Steve Kornacki is revered for his encyclopedic knowledge of random political information at the drop of a hat. But did you know Steve has a signed framed picture of Michael Dukakis on his desk? Cycle hosts Krystal and S.E. now take you inside the inner workings of Steve’s office to show you where all the... read more

File Photo: U.S. first lady Michelle Obama hula hoops on the South Lawn of the White House during an event promoting exercise and healthy eating for children October 21, 2009.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images, File)

Listen up: Work out motivation from Michelle Obama

01/29/13 05:29PM

Since early 2010, Michelle Obama has been urging us to get fit and telling us to move. But now she's really giving us a reason to. Armed with the power of her Spotify workout mix, we might actually hop on an elliptical machine or pump up the speed on our treadmill. Enjoy 38 minutes of workout musical stylings, courtesy of our First Lady. read more

President Obama delivers a speech on immigration reform at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas on Jan. 29, 2013. (Photo by Isaac Brekken/AP)

President Obama's immigration plan

01/29/13 04:46PM

During a campaign-style event in Las Vegas on Tuesday President Obama announced his immigration reform plan.  He began the event with an optimistic tone. “For the first time in many years, Republicans and Democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together."... read more

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