The New York Times’ Jonathan Martin, The Washington Post’s Jackie Kucinich and Buzzfeed’s McKay Coppins join Steve Kornacki to discuss if Elizabeth Warren’s current “moment” will translate into a 2016 presidential run. watch
The New Jersey senate race seemed likely to have a sure outcome in favor of Newark Mayor Cory Booker until recently. Kate Zernike, New Jersey correspondent for The New York Times, joins the Up panel to discuss. watch
Former RNC Chair Michael Steele, The Washington Post’s Jackie Kucinich, Buzzfeed’s McKay Coppins and Victoria DeFrancesco Soto from the University of Texas join Steve Kornacki to discuss the Tea Party's role within the Republican Party leading up to... watch
Saturday Night Live has left an enduring mark on American culture, and its pointed political commentary has had an effect on real-world politics. The New York Times’ Dave Itzkoff and Stephen Battaglio from TV Guide magazine join the Up panel to discuss... watch
MSNBC contributor Perry Bacon Jr., joins the Up panel to discuss the aftermath of Ted Cruz’s marathon speech on the Senate floor in opposition to the Affordable Care Act, and if Cruz's ensuring increase in popularity with his base will be short-lived.... watch
In a rare early Sunday vote, House Republicans voted on a government funding bill that would delay the Affordable Care Act. The National Journal’s Beth Reinhard, Former Obama administration secretary of the interior, Ken Salazar, Bloomberg Businessweek... watch
It's another action-packed installment of "UP Against the Clock," the most exciting game show you've ever seen on a Saturday at 9 a.m. On this week's installment, MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capeheart, The Guardian's Ana Marie Cox, and Salon's Joan Walsh compete to see who can measure up to Quizmaster Steve Kornacki's high trivia standards.
Do you know which Breaking Bad actor is about to play a U.S. president? Which Hollywood star did Ted Cruz quote during his 21 hour speech this week? Find out if you have what it takes to win the gold UP mug and play along.