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'Be careful what you wish for': GOP Rep

'Be careful what you wish for': GOP Rep

10/16/13 12:14PM

With just hours left on the debt play clock, it’s up to the Senate to pull off a Hail Mary of a deal. But some House Republicans are standing firm in their primary reason for shutting down the government and creating a debt ceiling standoff—obstructing... watch

Bring in the Undersecretary of Thugs

Bring in the Undersecretary of Thugs

10/16/13 12:05PM

As U.S. ambassador to the UN, Bill Richardson mastered the art of negotiation with some of the world’s most infamous dictators. Can his new book, “House to Sweet-talk a Shark” be of any use to lawmakers in D.C.? watch

Presumed Guilty—the power of the pardon

Presumed Guilty—the power of the pardon

10/14/13 12:30PM

The power of the pardon is the only absolute power afforded to the President of the United States, and Obama’s record may surprise even the savviest of political observers. MSNBC’s Ari Melber, co-host of The Cycle, joins to discuss. watch

Pressure mounts, but no deal in sight

Pressure mounts, but no deal in sight

10/14/13 11:28AM

With the House scheduled to go back into session Monday, and no shutdown or debt ceiling agreement on the horizon, the co-chairs of President Obama’s deficit commission are taking action. Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Wis., MSNBC.com’s Dafna Linzer, The... watch

Obamacare gets lucky in Kentucky

Obamacare gets lucky in Kentucky

10/14/13 11:19AM

Kentucky Sens. Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul both claimed in a recent op-ed that Kentuckians wouldn’t buy Obamacare. But they were wrong. According to the governor’s office, people are signing up at a rate of about 1,000 people per day. Kentucky Gov.... watch

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