The Up panel discusses recall efforts underway in Colorado for two state senators who supported gun control legislation earlier in the year; then talks about if the idea of recall elections is a good precedent to set. watch
Secretary of State John Kerry responds to the new video showing the aftermath of a chemical weapons attack in Syria; then the panel discusses what the Obama administration will do if Congress doesn’t support the resolution to use military force in Syria. watch
The Up panel discusses the political position former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton finds herself in on going public with her opinion on Syria and how it could affect her potential 2016 presidential run. watch
Despite support from top House Republicans like Boehner and Cantor, it's questionable whether Republican lawmakers will move in large numbers to support President Obama on military action in Syria. The Up panel discusses. watch
Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., told Steve Kornacki that he thinks the dynamic on Syria "does shift" come Monday when lawmakers return to Congress from recess; then describes how he thinks the president will gain and woo support for his plan to use military... watch
Politico's Rebecca Sinderbrand breaks down the two legacies of Iraq that are playing a role in the Syria debate right now; then the Up panel discusses the role that voters are playing in lawmakers' decisions on the issue. watch
Rep. Rush Holt, D-N.J., joins Steve Kornacki and the Up panel to discuss Congress’ briefings on Syria as lawmakers decide on approving President Barack Obama’s plan on launching a military intervention. watch
There are several steps on the roadmap if the U.S. were to launch a military intervention in Syria. MSNBC contributor Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Josh Barro from BusinessInsider.com and Maggie Haberman from Politico.com join Steve Kornacki to discuss. watch
This story has been updated and an editor's note is appended.
Saturday’s front page New York Times story on New York City mayoral candidate Bill Thompson highlighted his ties to city businessmen going back to Thompson’s days as comptroller.
The report detailed Thompson’s eight-year tenure as city comptroller and the large city pension deals awarded to financial firms. Executives from some of those firms had donated to Thompson’s earlier campaigns. read more