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Boehner’s Netanyahu invite stirs controversy

Boehner’s Netanyahu invite stirs controversy

01/31/15 01:40PM

Steve Clemmons, editor at large for The Atlantic, explains to Alex Witt how Speaker Boehner’s choice to unilaterally invite Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to speak to Congress could impact international relations and national security going forward. watch

Capitol Hill reacts to Jordan counter threat

Capitol Hill reacts to Jordan counter threat

01/31/15 12:19PM

Sen. Robert Casey, D-Pa., shares with Alex Witt the view from the Hill on the ISIS hostage situation in Jordan, as well as the White House’s new efforts to classify previously public information about the Afghanistan War. watch

Police depts. try to improve racial disparity

Police depts. try to improve racial disparity

01/31/15 07:53AM

USA Today’s Yamiche Alcindor sits down with Alex Witt to discuss efforts by police departments all over the country to recruit diverse officers and strengthen the relationship between law enforcement and the communities they serve. watch

Celeb bashes lead up to big game

Celeb bashes lead up to big game

01/31/15 07:31AM

NBC’s Craig Melvin joins Alex Witt from Arizona to share his fun experience at some of the high-profile Super Bowl parties leading up to the big game, as well as his sit-down with rapper Nicki Minaj. watch

GOP frontrunners embrace new 2016 message

GOP frontrunners embrace new 2016 message

01/25/15 12:31PM

Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and former Democratic Vermont Governor and DNC Chairman Howard Dean give Alex Witt their take on leading GOP hopefuls Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush, and whether their new tone will resonate with voters. watch

States see slump in lotto sales

States see slump in lotto sales

01/24/15 01:43PM

Meg Wiehe, State Tax Policy Director at the Institute on Taxation & Economic Policy, breaks down for Ayman Mohyeldin recent numbers showing a decline in lottery sales. watch

Are Pres. Obama’s proposals dead on arrival?

Are Pres. Obama’s proposals dead on arrival?

01/24/15 01:35PM

The National Journal's Lauren Fox and The Washington Post's David Nakamura join Ayman Mohyeldin to discuss the potential for President Obama to work with Republicans on any of the proposals laid out in his State of the Union address. watch

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