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Giant new problem for Chris Christie

Giant new problem for Chris Christie

01/06/15 05:34PM

Gov. Chris Christie received negative criticism from his state's residents for his support of the Dallas Cowboys, but new allegations claim he may have crossed the line in receiving gifts from owner Jerry Jones. Ed Schultz, Brad Woodhouse and Gordon Johns watch

President Obama will veto Keystone

President Obama will veto Keystone

01/06/15 05:00PM

Pres. Obama vows to veto the controversial Keystone XL pipeline bill, setting the tone for the first day of the new Congress. Ed Schultz, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Tiernan Sittenfeld discuss the upcoming victory for environmental rights. watch

GOP gubernatorial takeover hurts workers

GOP gubernatorial takeover hurts workers

01/05/15 05:39PM

Republican governors control the biggest majority of state houses in history, planning to enact right to work legislation that will hurt thousands of hard-working Americans. Ed Schultz, Larry Cohen and Annette Taddeo discuss the impact. watch

Divide between Mayor de Blasio and NYPD grows

Divide between Mayor de Blasio and NYPD grows

01/05/15 05:23PM

Deep rifts between New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and the NYPD continue to grow after officers literally turned their backs to the city's leader. Ed Schultz, Rep. Gregory Meeks and Rep. Charlie Rangel discuss the impact. watch

Where are the dissenting voices on...

Where are the dissenting voices on Keystone XL?

01/05/15 05:00PM

Republican leadership plans to begin the new session of Congress with bills to pass the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline. Ed Schultz, Sen. Ben Cardin, Bart Chilton and Tiernan Sittenfeld discuss why the president should veto the project. watch

One year from the big 2016 race

One year from the big 2016 race

01/02/15 05:55PM

Jeb Bush creates further speculation about a 2016 run after resigning from numerous board memberships, raising questions in the Democratic party about potential nominees. Ed Schultz and Sen. Bernie Sanders discuss. watch

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