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Why Marco Rubio isn't very good at science

Why Marco Rubio isn't very good at science

05/15/14 03:10PM

Climate change seems to be difficult to understand for many politicians, including Sen. Marco Rubio. Joy Reid discusses climate change and how global warming is really happening, whether Republicans want to believe it. watch

Shinseki fights back at Senate hearing

Shinseki fights back at Senate hearing

05/15/14 03:08PM

V.A. Secretary Shinseki was on Capitol Hill Thursday testifying about the V.A. hospitals and veterans’ care. U.S. Marine Corps Captain Vernice Armour and Nick McCormick, legislative associate with “Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America,” join The... watch

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler speaks during a news conference on May 15, 2014 at the FCC headquarters in Washington, DC.

FCC COULD ALTER NET NEUTRALITY

05/15/14 11:36AM

Commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)  are set to discuss a new proposal on Internet trafficking rules drafted by FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, but the controversy surrounding the proposal, and over ‘net neutrality’ in general, has been ongoing for months. read more

Will there be a Tea Party win in Nebraska?

Will there be a Tea Party win in Nebraska?

05/14/14 03:47PM

Tea Party groups have donated upwards of $3 million to GOP primary candidate winner Ben Sasse in Nebraska. Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank joins Joy Reid to discuss the Tea Party’s pull and Rand Paul’s power. watch

Paul Ryan on breaking the poverty cycle

Paul Ryan on breaking the poverty cycle

05/14/14 03:45PM

Paul Ryan has just authored a 204-page report on how to fix America’s poverty problem. Huffington Post reporter Arthur Delaney and The Nation contributor Mychal Denzel Smith discuss Ryan’s views on poverty in the U.S. and how Americans can really fix... watch

A marriage equality supporter holds gay pride and American flags at a demonstration.

Idaho same-sex marriage ban overturned in federal court

05/13/14 08:54PM

A federal judge has struck down Idaho’s ban on same-sex marriage.One week after hearing oral arguments in the case Latta v. Otter, sponsored by the National Center for Lesbian Rights, U.S. Magistrate Judge Candy Dale found the state’s voter-approved amendment that prohibits gay couples from marrying to be unconstitutional. read more

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