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Book profiles Lincoln’s power over the press

Book profiles Lincoln’s power over the press

10/26/14 12:52PM

Harold Holzer, author of “Lincoln and the Power of the Press: The War for Public Opinion,” discusses with Frances Rivera his new book that reveals how President Lincoln controlled the media during the Civil War to combat the Confederacy and promote the Un watch

NBC poll: Kansas Senate race virtually tied

NBC poll: Kansas Senate race virtually tied

10/26/14 12:43PM

KSHB Reporter Garrett Haake joins Frances Rivera to break down a new NBC News Marist poll released Sunday that reveals the Senate race in Kansas – an election that could decide control of Congress – is in a dead heat just nine days before the midterms. watch

NJ nurse criticizes her quarantine

NJ nurse criticizes her quarantine

10/26/14 12:31PM

Dr. Helene Gayle, President and CEO of the humanitarian aid organization CARE International, discusses with Frances Rivera the case in New Jersey where a health care worker who tested negative for Ebola remains in a state-ordered quarantine, and whether t watch

‘Lone wolf’ attacks have US on high alert

‘Lone wolf’ attacks have US on high alert

10/26/14 12:18PM

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., shares with Frances Rivera his view from Capitol Hill on how the federal government should respond to domestic terror acts inspired by extremist groups in the wake of the attack on Canada’s parliament, as well as to emerging re watch

Concern grows over soccer safety

Concern grows over soccer safety

10/25/14 01:54PM

William Brangham, PBS NewsHour Correspondent, talks with Frances Rivera about how a doctor’s warning against the dangers of soccer affected his family’s passion for the sport, as well as what leagues can do to make youth soccer safer. watch

Dying soldier helps prevent vet suicides

Dying soldier helps prevent vet suicides

10/25/14 01:45PM

U.S. Army Captain Justin Fitch talks with Frances Rivera his work to raise awareness on war veteran’s suicides and how his own personal struggles and battle against a terminal illness inspired him to shine a light on the problem. watch

Obama hones in on Ebola response

Obama hones in on Ebola response

10/25/14 01:38PM

NBC’s Kristen Welker discusses with Frances Rivera the steps the Obama administration is taking to prevent the spread of Ebola in the U.S., as well as the ongoing debate inside the White House on the prospect of a federal 21-day quarantine. watch

Florida Republicans lead early voting

Florida Republicans lead early voting

10/25/14 01:17PM

Michael McDonald, an Associate Professor at the University of Florida who is leading the United States Election Project, joins Frances Rivera to share the outcome of early voting in key swing states, including Iowa, where the vote on the Senate race so fa watch

2014 campaign ads focus on climate change

2014 campaign ads focus on climate change

10/25/14 12:54PM

Frances Rivera is joined by Ashley Parker of The New York Times to discuss her latest article that highlights a surprising new development among political ads from both sides of the aisle this midterm cycle: the environment. watch

Is the Barbie era over?

Is the Barbie era over?

10/25/14 12:48PM

Washington Post National Retail Reporter Sarah Halzack reacts with Frances Rivera to Mattel recently reporting a dramatic decline in profits after suffering an 11-million-dollar loss in sales of the company’s iconic Barbie doll. watch

McConnell, Grimes revive KY campaigns

McConnell, Grimes revive Kentucky campaigns

10/25/14 12:37PM

Joseph Gerth, Political Writer for the Louisville Courier Journal, joins Frances Rivera to talk about the latest investments pouring into the big race in Kentucky between Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes just 10 watch

Maggie Fox: Ebola won’t spread in NY

Maggie Fox: Ebola won’t spread in NY

10/25/14 12:32PM

Maggie Fox, Senior Health Writer for NBCNews.com, explains to Frances Rivera just how difficult it is for a bystander to catch Ebola and why the hysteria surrounding Ebola in New York is overblown. watch

ISIS suspected of using chemical weapons

ISIS suspected of using chemical weapons

10/25/14 07:45AM

Steven Clemons, Washington Editor-at-Large for The Atlantic, discusses with Ayman Mohyeldin how the U.S.-led airstrike campaign against ISIS would change if they obtained chemical weapons, especially after the terrorist group acquired American airdropped watch

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