Top French officials, including President Francois Hollande, will not be attending the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, announced the French foreign minister on Sunday, fueling speculation that Russian anti-gay laws could cause severe damage to the success of next year’s Olympics, now less than two months away. read more
Republican Rep. Paul Ryan and House Speaker John Boehner are blasting outside groups and conservatives who are criticizing the newly-passed budget. MSNBC.com's Suzy Khimm, Keli Goff, and Bill Scher discuss. watch
The NOH8 campaign turned five years old today. And since its inception, some 33,000 people have taken part in the silent photographic protest against anti-gay marriage laws. Jeff Parshley and Adam Bouska, cofounders of the NOH8 campaign. watch
Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn. And while congressional efforts to pass stiffer gun control measures have failed, state legislatures are playing an important role in the debate... watch
The Agenda: Irin Carmon, James Peterson and Michael Tomasky discuss everything from the fallout over President Obama's handshake with Cuba's Raul Castro to the president's selfie at the Mandela memorial. watch
Nelson Mandela's body is to lie in state for three days in Pretoria. NBC News' Ron Allen reports on the thousands lining up to view Mandela's body and on a sign language interpreter at the Mandela memorial. watch
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