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The messy business of fracking

The messy business of fracking

04/17/14 10:12AM

Russell Gold, author of “The Boom,” joins to discuss the pros and cons of fracking, and the USGS report that minor earthquakes have been occurring en masse around fracking zones across the US. watch

Cruz vs. Paul: A ‘Tea Party primary’

Cruz vs. Paul: A ‘Tea Party primary’

04/17/14 10:10AM

Luke Russert and panel discuss the competition that’s heating up between two potential Republican candidates for 2016: Ted Cruz and Rand Paul. Plus: Is Governor Mike Pence, R-In., looking into a potential presidential run? watch

A ‘meal deal’ for college athletes?

A ‘meal deal’ for college athletes?

04/17/14 10:08AM

Following the news of a University of Connecticut basketball player’s lack of funds for food, the NCAA may soon provide unlimited meals to Division I athletes. Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples joins to discuss. watch

Ukraine tries to root out pro-Russian rebels

Ukraine tries to root out pro-Russian rebels

04/15/14 10:54AM

The crisis in Ukraine could be at a critical turning point as the Ukrainian military tries to root out pro-Russian rebels once and for all. NBC’s Albina Kovalyova, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul and NBC’s Richard Engel discuss with... watch

CBO projects ACA will cost $5 billion less

CBO projects ACA will cost $5 billion less

04/15/14 10:50AM

A new report from the Congressional Budget Office projects that the health care law will cost $5 billion less than expected this year and $104 billion less than projected over the next decade. NBC’s Mark Murray joins to discuss. watch

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