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Mississippi senate scandal gets even stranger

Mississippi senate scandal gets even stranger

05/24/14 11:03AM

As more arrests were made in connection to a blogger’s actions in the Mississippi Senate race, Steve Kornacki’s panelists look at whether this election was the tea party’s last, best chance to knock off an establishment Republican, and what it means... watch

What MS scandal could tell us about the race

What MS scandal could tell us about the race

05/24/14 11:02AM

The guests look at the specific political demographics in Mississippi and talk about whether the McDaniel campaign’s handling of the blogger scandal could indicate that the candidate could be prone to a disqualifying mistake in the future. watch

Narrative challenges around women candidates

Narrative challenges around women candidates

05/24/14 10:56AM

Former Massachusetts Gov. Jane Swift talks with Steve Kornacki about the challenges around narratives of women in politics, and whether it’s possible Republicans in the Northeast are more open to women candidates than Northeast Democrats are. watch

Liberals staunchly opposing Boggs nomination

Liberals staunchly opposing Boggs nomination

05/18/14 10:54AM

A deal with Georgia’s Republican senators led President Obama to nominate Michael Boggs, an anti-abortion, anti-gay judge, to the federal bench, something top Democrats are staunchly opposing. The Washington Post’s Katie Zezima, MSNBC contributor Josh... watch

New-age author seeks California House seat

New-age author seeks California House seat

05/18/14 10:45AM

Celebrity new-age author Marianne Williamson is seeking a career shift into politics and aiming to replace one of the most powerful and senior members of Congress as an Independent. She joins Steve Kornacki to talk about her campaign. watch

Tide turning on charter schools in Newark?

Tide turning on charter schools in Newark?

05/18/14 10:42AM

Currently 1 in 4 schools in Newark are slated to either close or turn into charter schools, but the tide may be turning against charter schools in the city, which former Mayor Cory Booker and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie aimed to make a symbol of... watch

Bizarre development in Miss. Senate race

Bizarre development in Mississippi Senate race

05/18/14 10:25AM

In a bizarre development in the Mississippi race between Republican Sen. Thad Cochran and tea party challenger Chris McDaniel, a blogger who supports the McDaniel campaign broke into the nursing home where Cochran’s wife lives. watch

The politics of commencement speeches

The politics of commencement speeches

05/18/14 10:22AM

Politics are getting in the way of graduation day at many colleges as students and faculty protest announced commencement speakers, many of whom, such as Condoleezza Rice, have cancelled their appearances. L. Joy Williams joins the UP table to discuss. watch

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