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Can a young mayor help struggling RI town?

Can a young mayor help struggling RI town?

06/08/14 10:23AM

Does 28-year old Central Falls, Rhode Island Mayor James Diossa have what it takes to confront the major economic challenge of our time ---  slow economic growth and a generation of young people who feel they have fewer economic opportunities than... watch

Higher min wage arriving in blue America

Higher minimum wage arriving in blue America

06/08/14 10:21AM

Are we entering a new reality where blue states have high minimum wages and red states have lower ones? Does it make sense to have a patchwork of minimum wages across America? Steve Kornacki talks to The Huffington Post’s Amanda Terkel, National... watch

The national future of the minimum wage

The national future of the minimum wage

06/08/14 10:19AM

Steve Kornacki’s guests continue their discussion about where the minimum wage is going nationwide, and whether the issue is now up to local officials since Congress seems to be stalled on the matter. watch

A victory for Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer

A victory for Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer

06/08/14 10:17AM

Dawn Zimmer, the Hoboken, New Jersey mayor who alleged that the Chris Christie administration helped withhold Sandy recovery money over a redevelopment project, talks with Steve Kornacki about a recent HUD victory. watch

Was Bergdahl's release worth it?

Was Bergdahl's release worth it?

06/07/14 11:20AM

Mark Jacobson of the Truman National Security Project, and Col. Jack Jacobs, Medal of Honor winner and MSNBC contributor, join Steve Kornacki to discuss whether the exchange of five Guantanamo prisoners for Bowe Bergdahl was worth the backlash. watch

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