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Could Romney bounce back?

Could Romney bounce back?

09/18/12 08:00PM

The Cycle’s Daily Rant reminds us that, just as the John Kerry candidacy came close in 2004, Mitt Romney might just find a way to turn things around. The moral of the story? A few gaffes does not a presidential hopeful unmake. Steve Kornacki isn’t... watch

Where the undecided voters are

Where the undecided voters are

09/18/12 08:00PM

Poll numbers from an NBC-WSJ poll show that 12 percent of voters are still “up for grabs.” But what’s stopping these undecided voters from picking Mitt Romney in 2012?  That’s the question on today’s Spin Cycle. watch

Mike Rowe joins 'The Cycle'

09/18/12 05:49PM

Our nation was born on alcohol. According to Mike Rowe, who joined The Cycle table today, takes us through a liquid history ride from Plymouth Rock to the Moon Landing on  Discovery’s newest 3-part documentary: How Booze Built America. The documentary premiers tomorrow evening at 10pm and shows how Paul Revere rode tavern to tavern during his... read more

The Cycle Lineup

09/18/12 02:18PM

With 49 days until the election how does what was revealed last night from a May fundraiser affect the campaign? Check out our full lineup and remember to tweet us during the show @thecyclemsnbcFormer McCain-Palin Aide, Boris Epshteyn, joins the conversation to discuss the hidden camera footage of Romney speaking at the fundraiser.Evan Kohlmann,... read more

Pres. Obama's celebrity fundraisers

Pres. Obama's celebrity fundraisers

09/18/12 12:10PM

Like so many other celebrities, Beyoncé and Jay-Z are the next on the list to host a star-studded celebrity fundraiser for President Obama’s re-election campaign. The event this evening will be held at Jay-Z’s 40/40 club where entry is $40,000. While these events have drawn criticism from the Republicans and some Democratic they ensure that... read more

Discovery's series: How Booze Built America

09/18/12 11:57AM

You know him from Dirty Jobs but today, Mike Rowe joins the table during today’s show to discuss Discovery’s new three-part series that premiers Wednesday evening. Mike crisscrossed the country to help make the case that alcohol is clear ingredient that helped shape the country.  The documentary features reenactments of historical events and... read more

My 90's Dreamgirls

My 90's Dreamgirls

09/18/12 10:29AM

So last week we had Molly Ringwald on the show. She's got a new novel out, which is great - and you should totally buy it, read it, and talk about it on your Facebook page. But naturally, it was a little hard to focus with my mind awash in a fog of childhood love. I mean... Claire Standish! Sam Baker! Andie Walsh! I was overcome with the... read more

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Twitter announces new profile pages, iPad app

09/18/12 08:25AM

In an appearance Tuesday on TODAY, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo revealed a new look for Twitter's profile pages. The fresh take won't just be seen on twitter.com, either, but will be visible on mobile apps as well, including Twitter's all-new, totally rebuilt iPad app.What's the biggest change? There's now a huge header... read more

Steve Kornacki's latest Salon.com: How Obama stole the GOP's issue

09/17/12 09:06AM

The glee from Democrats, frustration from Republicans, and amazement from commentators has been easy to detect as the extent of President Obama’s advantage on foreign policy and national security has become clear.There is obvious volatility to the unfolding events in the Middle East, and the possibility exists that developments in the coming... read more

Op ed: Big Brother to Spare Your Big Gulp

Op ed: Big Brother to Spare Your Big Gulp

09/17/12 09:00AM

While the eruption of anti-American violence in the Middle East generated the majority of headlines last week, New York City had its own breaking news story.  Thanks to a vote by the city’s Board of Health, the Big Apple became first in the country to ban restaurants, concession stands, and cafeterias from selling any more than 16 ounces of soda... read more

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