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Pacific Politics

Pacific Politics

11/17/11 07:00PM

Chuck checks in from Bali with more details on his interview with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, while former U.S. Ambassador to Singapore Frank Lavin... watch

Romney Takes Five

Romney Takes Five

11/17/11 07:00PM

The “Thanksgiving Family Forum” for Republican presidential candidates is Saturday in Iowa and Mitt Romney is not going. Chris gets reaction to Romney’s... watch

Capitol Breakfast Club

Capitol Breakfast Club

11/17/11 07:00PM

Freshmen Reps. John Carney, D-Del., and Jim Renacci (R-OH) are part of a small, but growing bipartisan group that wants to focus on what unites them instead... watch

First Read

First Read

11/17/11 07:00PM

Chuck is live from Bali with details on Pacific politics and has part one of his one-on-one interview with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. watch

11/17/2011 Shameless Plugs

11/17/11 11:25AM

Just in case you miss them, or want to know more about them, here are today’s Shameless Plugs...Michelle Bernard, who is an msnbc political analyst and president of the Bernard Center for Women. plugged the Lab School of Washington, DC. read more

Gingrich Gains

Gingrich Gains

11/16/11 07:00PM

Former Reps. Bob Livingston, R-La., and Martin Frost, D-Tex., both longtime Gingrich colleagues, rate his pros and cons as a presidential candidate and... watch

Super Stalemate?

Super Stalemate?

11/16/11 07:00PM

The super committee is just days away from their deadline, but are they anywhere near an agreement? Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., talks about what he and nearly... watch

Politic Panel: Taxing Process

Politic Panel: Taxing Process

11/16/11 07:00PM

MSNBC Political Analyst Michelle Bernard, Roll Call's Shira Toeplitz and ThinkProgress.org's Faiz Shakir dig into whether the super committee can craft a deal. watch

Super duper (in the) looper…

11/16/11 03:39PM

TDR keeps counting down to the Super Committee’s deadline. Here are some sites we find useful while we wait for news…-          FirstRead.msnbc.com (of course!)-          The committee’s own website has some helpful information.-          The New York Times has a good timeline and background.-          Our pal Felicia Somnez is tracking it all at the Washington Post’s 2chambers blog.  read more

Politics Panel: Decision 2012

Politics Panel: Decision 2012

11/15/11 07:00PM

The Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus, PBS Need to Know’s Jeff Greenfield and Democratic pollster Fred Yang break down the GOP candidates’ latest verbal flubs. watch

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