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Big trouble for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

Big trouble for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

06/21/14 09:01AM

Wisconsin political reporter for the AP Scott Bauer explains the elements of the campaign finance investigation into Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and Politico’s Ken Vogel and Mother Jones’ David Corn look at how it will impact Walker’s political future. watch

Every vote counts in Mississippi Senate race

Every vote counts in Mississippi Senate race

06/21/14 08:49AM

Incumbent Republican Sen. Thad Cochran is reaching out to African-American Democrats in Mississippi, just as national tea party figures are converging on the state to help his opponent, Chris McDaniel. Krystal Ball discusses what’s at stake with Politico’ watch

America’s legacy of the war in Iraq

America’s legacy of the war in Iraq

06/21/14 08:18AM

Kyrstal Ball talks with the panel about what it means for the U.S. to take the side of Iran in the Iraq crisis, what the 300 U.S. military advisers are doing on the ground in Iraq, and the ultimate consequences for the U.S. legacy in Iraq. watch

Direct line between 2003 invasion, Iraq today

Direct line between 2003 invasion, Iraq today

06/21/14 08:00AM

NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports on the latest from Erbil, Iraq, and former Rep. Patrick Murphy, retired British Lt. Col. Michael Kay, and McClatchy Newspapers correspondent Nancy Youssef examine what Iraq’s leadership needs to do to reach a political soluti watch

How to ride out World Cup fever

How to ride out World Cup fever

06/15/14 09:44AM

Soccer is the world’s sport, but America is still playing catch-up. Former members of the U.S. national soccer teams Bruce Murray and Briana Scurry and longtime sports writer George Vecsey talk with Steve Kornacki about the global enthusiasm for the World watch

Martha Coakley jolted from a big setback

Martha Coakley jolted from another big setback

06/15/14 09:30AM

In the race for governor at the Massachusetts Democratic Convention, some bad memories from 2010 are being revived after Attorney General Martha Coakley came behind State Treasurer Steve Grossman. Grossman, now the Democratic Party’s officially endorsed c watch

Incumbent GOP danger in primaries still alive

Danger for GOP incumbents in primaries still alive

06/15/14 09:15AM

Steve Kornacki talks with the Knoxville News Sentinel’s Michael Collins and the Kansas City Star’s Dave Helling about the Senate primaries in Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kansas, and whether it’s possible the tea party candidates could defeat the Republica watch

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