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Anniversary of man on the moon

Anniversary of man on the moon

07/25/14 09:37AM

Jay Barbree joins The Daily Rundown to discuss his new book, “Neil Armstrong,” which tells the story of Neil Armstrong and the Apollo 11 mission. He also shares his thoughts on the stalled U.S. space program. watch

Could Ryan’s poverty plan hurt people?

Could Ryan’s poverty plan hurt people?

07/25/14 09:19AM

Rep. Chris Van Hollen explains his criticism of Paul Ryan’s anti-poverty plan. Van Hollen talks about the difference between Ryan and the White House’s plan concerning Medicaid assistance. He also explains the disconnect between Ryan’s anti-poverty plan a watch

Ryan: Customization key to fight poverty

Ryan: Customization key to fight poverty

07/25/14 09:05AM

Rep. Paul Ryan talks about his new plan to combat poverty. Ryan talks about the need to customize plans to a person’s need to focus on getting people from “where they are to where they want to be” to get them out of poverty. watch

Bringing women to the polls

Bringing women to the polls

07/24/14 09:41AM

Democrats are hoping a sizeable gap in the fall will rescue the party in a tough national environment and are counting on a slate of female candidates across the country to bring women to the polls. Stephanie Schriock of Emily’s List discusses the growing watch

Undocumented minors held at Fort Sill

Undocumented minors held at Fort Sill

07/24/14 09:28AM

Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., explains why he suggested that the government should reconsider using Oklahoma’s Fort Sill has a stopgap solution to housing undocumented minors who have crossed the border. watch

Immigration impasse in the House

Immigration impasse in the House

07/24/14 09:18AM

Rep. Jim Clyburn talks about the opportunity Congress needs to vote on the immigration bill and whether a decision will be reached before lawmakers leave for their recess. watch

The politics behind Common Core's destruction

The politics behind Common Core's destruction

07/23/14 09:54AM

An Oklahoma state Supreme Court has ruled that Gov. Mary Fallin can go ahead with her bid to repeal Common Core standards. Chuck Todd weighs in on the string of red-state Republican governors who previously supported the Common Core and now push to repeal watch

'Gaza is under siege'

'Gaza is under siege'

07/23/14 09:40AM

Hisham Melhem, Washington bureau chief for the Al Arabiya News Channel, joins Chuck Todd to talk about the lack of Muslim outrage against Israel and the likelihood of a cease-fire. watch

UN: Israel may have committed war crimes

UN: Israel may have committed war crimes

07/23/14 09:37AM

On Wednesday, the U.N.'s Human Rights' Commmissioner said Israel may have committed war crimes by killing civilians during its offensive in Gaza. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin talks to Chuck Todd about the ongoing conflict. watch

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