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The last World War II vets in Congress

The last World War II vets in Congress

06/05/14 10:29AM

It is the end of an era: Rep. Ralph Hall, R-Tx., and Rep. John Dingell, D-Mi., are leaving Congress this year, leaving no remaining World War II veterans in either the House or the Senate. Rep. Dingell joins Luke Russert to discuss. watch

China's Tiananmen Square amnesia

China's Tiananmen Square amnesia

06/04/14 10:53AM

Exactly 25 years ago, the Chinese Army unleashed a deadly assault on a crowd of student protestors in Tiananmen Square. Chris Cillizza talks to Louisa Lim, NPR’s Beijing correspondent, about the anniversary. watch

Big tea party test in Mississippi

Big tea party test in Mississippi

06/03/14 10:35AM

Highlights of this week’s primaries include the race between incumbent Thad Cochran and tea party challenger Chris McDaniel, the Iowa primary with Joni Ernst and California’s jungle primary. NBC’s Perry Bacon, Radio Iowa’s O. Kay Henderson, Los Angeles... watch

Army to conduct inquiry into POW capture

Army to conduct inquiry into POW capture

06/03/14 10:32AM

The Army is gearing up for an inquiry into the conduct and circumstances surrounding Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s capture by the Taliban in Afghanistan. NBC’s Chuck Todd discusses President Obama’s trip to Europe and Obama's defense of the prisoner exchange. watch

Firestorm over controversial prisoner swap

Firestorm over controversial prisoner swap

06/02/14 10:32AM

A prisoner trade to free the only American soldier held captive in Afghanistan during the war has set off a debate over talking to the Taliban, with the Obama administration saying the deal was worth it, but top Republicans calling it a dangerous move... watch

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