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Estimated $4 billion spent on midterms

Estimated $4 billion spent on midterms

10/26/14 09:32AM

An estimated $4 billion will be spent on this election cycle, according to The Center for Responsive Politics. Politico's Ken Vogel discusses where the money is coming from and who the big players are. watch

Is early voting always a good idea?

Is early voting always a good idea?

10/26/14 09:18AM

Are early voters able to get all the information needed to cast their ballot before election day? Ralston Reports host Jon Ralston and Judith Browne Dianis from The Advancement Project join to discuss. watch

What Foley endured before being beheaded

What James Foley endured before being beheaded

10/26/14 09:01AM

NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin discusses a New York Times report which details what American journalist James Foley endured before being beheaded by ISIS earlier this year and how the U.S. policy to not pay ransoms affected his treatment. watch

Governor's races coming down to the wire

Governor's races coming down to the wire

10/26/14 08:48AM

Rosemary Goudreau from the Sun-Sentinel, Bill Nemitz from the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram and Garrett Haake, reporter for KSHB join to discuss the governor's races in Florida, Maine and Missouri, where Democrats are hoping for big wins. watch

Nurse under mandatory quarantine speaks out

Nurse under mandatory quarantine speaks out

10/26/14 08:00AM

NBC's Sarah Dallof reports the latest on the health status of Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer in New York City. Then, Evan McMorris-Santoro, Basil Smikle Jr. and KellyAnne Conway discuss the treatment received by the nurse who was put under mandatory quar watch

Now we know

Now we know

10/25/14 09:55AM

Wesley Lowry, John Nicols and David Avella share what they learned this week about politics, current events and just fun facts. watch

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