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Will real change come out of Ferguson?

Will real change come out of Ferguson?

08/30/14 08:58AM

University of Connecticut professor Jelani Cobb, political strategist Angela Rye, Color of Change’s Rashad Robinson, and attorney Woody Connette discuss proposals for who can police the police, and what could change in the wake of the events in Ferguson. watch

Kay Hagan’s mixed messages

Kay Hagan’s mixed messages

08/30/14 08:44AM

Tim Boyum from Time Warner Cable News and Bloomberg View’s Margaret Carlson talk with Jonathan Capehart about the political climate in North Carolina and what Kay Hagan can gain with measured comments about Pres. Barack Obama and the VA. watch

The risk of ISIS

The risk of ISIS

08/30/14 08:14AM

NBC’s Kelly Cobiella reports from London on threats from ISIS and the panelists look at possible responses from the U.S. and other countries. watch

Gone in 15 seconds

Gone in 15 seconds

08/29/14 05:25PM

Surprise from 30 Rockefeller Center, USA, it’s time for Up Against a Different Clock! The Up with Steve Kornacki team-members share what stories they’re working on this week in another riveting edition of executive producer Eelin Reily’s deskside drop... watch

Perry charges getting lost in national media?

Rick Perry indictment getting lost in national media?

08/24/14 09:14AM

Beyond conservatives, many Democrats and major news outlets are rejecting the charges against Gov. Rick Perry. However, the reaction in the Texas media isn't quite as uniform. Reporter Tony Plohetski of the Austin American-Statesman and Houston defense at watch

Wisconsin governor race a 'toss-up'

Wisconsin governor race a 'toss-up'

08/24/14 09:01AM

New documents reveal the inner workings of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s fundraising operation. Mary Burke, Democratic candidate for governor in Wisconsin, discusses the documents and her campaign with Steve Kornacki. watch

The sleeper race of 2014?

The sleeper race of 2014?

08/24/14 08:45AM

A new poll this week suggests the Kansas Senate race could end up being the sleeper race of 2014. Greg Orman, the Independent candidate for Kansas’ Senate seat joins to discuss. watch

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