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Can the wage gap be closed?

Can the wage gap be closed?

04/08/14 11:54AM

Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., sponsor of the Paycheck Fairness Act, speaks to Chuck Todd about what needs to be done to close the wage gap between men and women. watch

A door clerk waits to hand stickers to voters after they cast their votes for the New York Mayoral Election at the Congregation Mount Sinai in New York on Nov. 5, 2013.

How fusion voting played a role in American politics

04/07/14 01:26PM

In last week's #TDR50 segment, we introduced New York’s fusion voting system as a unique process that gives third parties political clout in a system dominated by two major parties. But it wasn’t always this rare. Electoral fusion played a major role in 1800s politics and contributed to the success of many third party candidates. read more

Retirement reality bites in Congress

Retirement reality bites in Congress

04/04/14 11:55AM

For decades committee chairmen were like political barons, running fiefdoms almost independent of Senate and House leadership. Now that's all changed. Committee chairs have never had less influence and many are throwing up their hands and leaving... watch

Hobby Lobbying the pope

Hobby Lobbying the pope

04/04/14 11:47AM

The same family challenging the contraception mandate in the health care law is sponsoring an exhibit at the Vatican just yards from where President Obama met with the pope. Chuck Todd reports on the Hobby Lobby family’s collection, and Steven Green’s... watch

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