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Will Obama's delay on immigration pay off?

Will Obama's delay on immigration pay off?

09/07/14 08:14AM

Will the president's decision to do nothing about immigration until after the election have the kind of political payoff that the White House is hoping it will? Raul Reyes, Christina Bellantoni and Joan Walsh join to discuss. watch

What will it take to defeat ISIS?

What will it take to defeat ISIS?

09/07/14 08:00AM

The U.S. military has launched air strikes against ISIS fighters now trying to gain control of the Haditha dam. Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., and Shadi Hamid from the Brookings Institution discuss what it will take to defeat ISIS. watch

An intense game of Up Against the Clock

An intense game of Up Against the Clock

09/06/14 09:39AM

The New York Post’s Robert George, MSNBC analyst Karen Finney, and the American Enterprise Institute’s Norm Ornstein compete in an exciting round of the political and current events game show “Up Against the Clock.” watch

Teachout: Andrew Cuomo 'is a not a Democrat’

Zephyr Teachout: Andrew Cuomo 'is a not a Democrat’

09/06/14 09:22AM

Steve Kornacki talks with New York gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout about her upcoming Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton’s robocall for Andrew Cuomo, why she says Cuomo is “a Reagan, trickle-down Republican,” the impact of Bill de Blasio, and mor watch

The transformation of Al Franken

The transformation of Al Franken

09/06/14 08:41AM

Al Franken went from being a famous comedian to a very serious senator from Minnesota looking to win a second term. Steve Kornacki talks with longtime friend of Franken, Norm Ornstein from the American Enterprise Institute. watch

Breaking down the 2014 Senate forecast

Breaking down the 2014 Senate forecast

09/06/14 08:28AM

The fate of the Senate rests on several key states. Will the Democrats hang on and keep the Senate, and how will this week’s developments in Kansas play into it? Steve Kornacki digs into the numbers with The New York Times’ Nate Cohn. watch

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