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Tornadoes tear through Illinois

Tornadoes tear through Illinois

04/10/15 05:30PM

Severe tornadoes ripped across north-central Illinois Thursday, leaving communities destroyed and hundreds homeless. Ed Schultz shares the latest information. watch

Critical setback in nuclear deal

Critical setback in nuclear deal

04/10/15 05:19PM

Nuclear negotiations hit a snag after Iran's supreme leader expressed the need for immediate removal of sanctions. Ed Schultz and Sen. Barbara Boxer discuss the next political steps. watch

Clinton candidacy kicks off over the weekend

Clinton's candidacy kicks off over the weekend

04/10/15 05:00PM

The wait is over, with sources revealing Hillary Clinton will announce her presidential run "as early as Sunday." Ed Schultz, Michael Steele, Caroline Heldman, and Mitch Ceasar discuss the biggest hurdles for Hillary. watch

California drought impacts House's no. 2

California drought impacts House's no. 2

04/09/15 05:55PM

Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy faces a major political showdown struggling between fighting for a potential speakership and saving his hometown from "life or death" drought conditions. Ed Schultz and Rep. John Garamendi discuss. watch

One Direction member caddies Masters

One Direction member caddies Masters

04/09/15 05:50PM

The Masters teed off in August National Golf Course showcasing the greatest players in the game fighting for the coveted green jacket. Ed Schultz breaks down the latest scores, and shares Rory Mcilroy's equally famous caddy. watch

Banned words in Wisconsin

Banned words in Wisconsin

04/09/15 05:38PM

"Climate change" is now a taboo word in the state of Wisconsin making it radically harder for environmentalists to protect public lands. Ed Schultz, Ruth Conniff and State Sen. Chris Larson discuss. watch

Cuba-U.S. relations improve

Cuba-U.S. relations improve

04/09/15 05:31PM

Division over Cuba-American relationships deepen, as President Obama is expected to meet with Raul Castro during a trip to Panama. Ed Schultz and Ana Rivas Logan discuss the political implications. watch

Record of complaints against Michael Slager

Record of complaints against Michael Slager

04/09/15 05:17PM

Investigators released video footage from the police car pulling over Walter Scott depicting the events leading up to his death. Ed Schultz, Paul Henderson and Dr. James Peterson discuss. watch

Hillary Clinton keeps quiet on key issues

Hillary Clinton keeps quiet on key issues

04/09/15 05:00PM

Hillary Clinton's momentum falters in critical swing states, as Rand Paul pulls ahead in the polls. Ed Schultz, Larry Cohen and Sen. Bernie Sanders discuss the need for Democratic candidates to support the middle class. watch

Ferguson elects new city council

Ferguson elects new city council

04/08/15 05:54PM

Ferguson, Missouri City Council looks radically different after Tuesday’s election, with African-Americans making up half of the elected body. Ed Schultz and newly elected Ferguson City Council Member Wesley Bell discuss. watch

UConn claims third straight title

UConn claims third straight title

04/08/15 05:49PM

UConn women's basketball team claimed its third straight NCAA title. Also, Ed Schultz shares a heartwarming story of NBA player Russell Westbrook's decision to give away a car to a single mother. watch

South Carolina officer charged with murder

South Carolina officer charged with murder

04/08/15 05:36PM

Officer Michael Slager was charged with murder, and subsequently fired, after a video surfaced depicting the shooting of unarmed black man Walter Scott. Ed Schultz, Benjamin Crump, Jumaane Williams, and James Peterson discuss. watch

Tsarnaev found guilty on all 30 counts

Tsarnaev found guilty on all 30 counts

04/08/15 05:28PM

Jurors found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty on all 30 counts against him, bringing the death penalty to the table. Ed Schultz and Ron Mott discuss the latest out of Boston. watch

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Popular talk radio personality and passionate voice-of-the-people Ed Schultz brought his common-sense, “roll-up-the-sleeves” style to this MSNBC show from April 2009 to July 2015.