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Football above all?

Football above all?

12/18/14 05:53PM

NFL players take enormous risks during each game, using their incredible strength to knock down opposing players. Chris Conte of the Chicago Bears said he would choose football over an extended lifeline. Ed Schultz, Terence Moore and Dr. Corey Hebert disc watch

Divine intervention in Cuba-U.S. negotiations

Divine intervention in Cuba-U.S. negotiations

12/18/14 05:36PM

Pope Francis encouraged an open dialogue between Pres. Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro, much to the dismay of many Republican and Democratic Congressional members. Ed Schultz, former Sen. Byron Dorgan and Esteban Bovo discuss. watch

Sony caves to hackers' pressure

Sony caves to hackers' pressure

12/18/14 05:21PM

Sony opted to pull the comedic film, “The Interview,” after threats from a hacker group. Ed Schultz, Mikey Kay, and John Fugelsang discuss the backlash directed toward Sony for their decision. watch

A devastating blow to retirees

A devastating blow to retirees

12/18/14 05:00PM

America "survived" the government shutdown, sacrificing the benefits and pensions for millions of retirees. Ed Schultz gives an impassioned response to the new budget. Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Tony Cardenas join the conversation. watch

Ed Show--Dec. 18, 2014

Ed Show--Dec. 18, 2014

12/18/14 05:00PM

Popular talk radio personality and passionate voice-of-the-people Ed Schultz brings his common-sense, "roll-up-the-sleeves" style to this MSNBC show. No side is safe as Ed tackles the most pressing issues. watch

USPS: Passports no more

USPS: Passports no more

12/17/14 05:53PM

New cuts to the post office could pose serious problems for Americans trying to get issued passports. Ed Schultz and Mark Dimondstein discuss. watch

Ed Show--Dec. 17, 2014

Ed Show--Dec. 17, 2014

12/17/14 05:00PM

Popular talk radio personality and passionate voice-of-the-people Ed Schultz brings his common-sense, "roll-up-the-sleeves" style to this MSNBC show. No side is safe as Ed tackles the most pressing issues. watch

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