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Will show of unity last in France?

Will show of unity last in France?

01/11/15 09:00AM

Leaders from all over Europe arrive to show solidarity with the French people. NBC's Ron Allen reports from Paris and Roger Cohen of the New York Times and Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pa., join to discuss. watch

Will Obama get credit for economic recovery?

Will Obama get credit for economic recovery?

01/11/15 08:49AM

Will President Obama get credit for the economic turnaround and positive new jobs numbers? Austan Goolsbee, Chief economist for the Obama White House and James Pethokoukis from the American Enterprise Institute join to discuss. watch

House approves Keystone bill

House approves Keystone bill

01/11/15 08:36AM

The Republican-controlled House passed a bill this week to approve the Keystone XL pipeline deal. Boehner gets revenge. NBC's Luke Russert and Politico's Manu Raju join to discuss. watch

Christie to cheer on Cowboys

Christie to cheer on Cowboys

01/11/15 08:18AM

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is to attend Sunday's Cowboys-Packers playoff game in Green Bay. Suzy Khimm, Katie Packer Gage and Emily Tisch Sussman join to discuss. watch

How the events in France unfolded

How the events in France unfolded

01/10/15 10:04AM

NBC’s Bill Neely recounts the events in the Paris terror attacks and their aftermath over the last few days, and Steve Kornacki’s panelists examine the major questions still remaining. watch

Has Senate culture changed for women?

Has Senate culture changed for women?

01/10/15 10:00AM

In light of a new Politico magazine article about women in the Senate, former Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison talks with Steve Kornacki about what it was like to be a woman rising through the ranks of the upper chamber. watch

Catching up on other news this week

Catching up on other news from this week

01/10/15 09:43AM

The UP guests catch up on some other news this week, including an NBA player donning a “Je Suis Charlie” shirt, signs of economic improvement, Boston’s 2024 Olympic bid, George Zimmerman’s new arrest, “professional cuddling,” and Joe Biden’s charm. watch

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