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Who is Harry Reid?

Harry Reid: the shutdown's hidden strong man

10/06/13 09:24AM

Don’t let appearances deceive: Sen. Harry Reid is a political force to be reckoned with. The Up panel breaks down one of the key players holding the Democrats together during the shutdown, and why he’s a continuous and serious threat to the GOP. Former... watch

'Winning' the shutdown

'Winning' the shutdown

10/06/13 09:15AM

Steve Kornacki and the Up panel break down the deepened party divide that followed the 1995 government shutdown, then apply the lessons of that 90s to what could happen following the current shutdown situation. watch

How 1995 set us up for shutdown today

How 1995 set us up for shutdown today

10/06/13 09:00AM

Steve Kornacki explains how the 1995 shutdown set the stage for the hardening of party lines and the ways in which it was the precursor for the current shutdown. Ann Lewis, Tom Davis, Rep. Charlie Rangel, and Eleanor Clift join the Up panel to discuss. watch

This week in shutdown metaphors

This week in shutdown metaphors

10/06/13 08:45AM

Journalists, lawmakers, and pundits have used a lot of colorful, descriptive language to describe what's going on in Washington lately. Steve Kornacki asks the Up panel to give their best shutdown metaphors. watch

The Rosetta stone of Tea Party politics

The Rosetta stone of Tea Party politics

10/06/13 08:36AM

Remember Christine O'Donnell? Steve Kornacki explains why her primary win in Delaware is the place to begin the historical conversation on the Tea Party and why September 14, 2010 is an important day in politics history. watch

What's the end game here?

What's the end game here?

10/06/13 08:00AM

Steve Kornacki tries to read the D.C. tea leaves on the government shutdown and the Up panel discusses what the end game is for Republicans in Congress. watch

Dinkins looks back on his run as NYC mayor

Dinkins looks back on his run as NYC mayor

10/05/13 12:13PM

Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins, elected in 1989 and the city’s first black mayor, looks back on his time as mayor. Dinkins took over during a time of recession where New York City was ravaged by violent crime, the crack epidemic, and an AIDS... watch

Is GOP's piece-meal strategy for shutdown...

Is GOP's piece-meal strategy for shutdown working?

10/05/13 09:43AM

On Tuesday the Defense Department said it was suspending intercollegiate games at the academies. But after strong public outcry, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the football game between the Air Force Falcons and Navy Midshipmen could be played... watch

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