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College football's big appeal

College football's big appeal

09/01/13 09:33AM

Selena Roberts of Roopstigo.com, Mike Pesca from NPR, NBC Sports' Rob Simmelkjaer, and author Evan Weiner discuss the importance of college football as the season begins, as well as the controversies surrounding safety in the sport and the recent NFL... watch

What is it about football?

What is it about football?

09/01/13 09:25AM

Steve Kornacki expresses his love for the game of football, and tries to describe just what aspect of the sport makes it such an exciting love affair for so many of Americans. watch

Sec. Kerry: Evidence of sarin gas used in...

Sec. Kerry: Evidence of sarin gas used in Syria

09/01/13 09:15AM

The Up panel reacts to Secretary of State John Kerry's statement on NBC's "Meet the Press" that there is new evidence that sarin was used in Syria, and the impact that this evidence could have on lawmakers who will vote on military action in the country. watch

How much should Iraq factor into thinking...

How much should Iraq factor into thinking on Syria?

09/01/13 09:00AM

Heather Hurlbert, Richard Wolffe, Josh Rogin, and Hillary Mann Leverett discuss the Iraq shadow looming over the Syria decision, and debate the evidence given thus far for military action compared to the evidence and reasons that motivated military... watch

The one word lingering over the Syria debate

The one word lingering over the Syria debate

09/01/13 08:52AM

Steve Kornacki breaks down the impact of the war in Iraq on the decision now at hand in Syria, pointing out that "in a different time" the decision to intervene would be "a much easier one," most likely made without a Congressional vote. watch

The Gulf War precedent

The Gulf War precedent

09/01/13 08:37AM

Steve Kornacki breaks down the lead up to the Gulf War and the parallel situation between then and now regarding military action in Syria. watch

Whipping votes on Syria

Whipping votes on Syria

09/01/13 08:17AM

The Up panel discusses how the vote on a military strike in Syria shapes up between each party and where support does, or does not, lie among lawmakers. watch

Your move, Congress

Your move, Congress

09/01/13 08:00AM

Steven Dennis from Roll Call, Chicago Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet, Jay Newton-Small from Time, and MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe discuss President Obama's move to get Congress to vote on military action in Syria, and what Congress will do now... watch

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