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Democrats outraise the GOP

Democrats outraise the GOP

07/16/14 09:55AM

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee once again has outraised its Republican counterpart, the National Republican Congressional Committee according to fundraising stats. The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd reports. watch

Strikes occur on Gaza Strip

Strikes occur on Gaza Strip

07/16/14 09:37AM

NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin joins the Daily Rundown to talk about a strike, which he witnessed, that injured four children. The strikes hit a port near the hotel his team was staying at this morning. watch

Richardson: Time to make a deal on the border

Richardson: Time to make a deal on the border

07/16/14 09:25AM

Bill Richardson joins the Daily Rundown to discuss why the U.S. needs to increase border security, establish a path to citizenship and find a way to reunite families. Richardson also explains how Arizona and New Mexico have dealt with the border problem o watch

‘Fresh face, new ideas’ for Iowa

‘Fresh face, new ideas’ for Iowa

07/16/14 09:07AM

Gubernatorial candidate Jack Hatch, D-Iowa, talks about his race against current Gov. Terry Branstad and says “in Iowa, we have a lot of Independent voters” who make their decisions closer to the elections. watch

Bipartisan bill would speed up deportations

Bipartisan bill would speed up deportations

07/15/14 09:18AM

Two Texas lawmakers will be offering a bipartisan bill to make it easier to send immigrant children back to their home countries and amend a law passed in 2008. Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Wis., and Jose Diaz-Balart join to discuss. watch

Can Republicans build a majority that lasts?

Can Republicans build a majority that lasts?

07/15/14 09:01AM

Chuck Todd talks about the midterm races and whether Republicans can penetrate the Democrats' swings state blue wall. Then, Mark Schauer, Democratic candidate for governor in Michigan, joins Chuck Todd to discuss his campaign. watch

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