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US troop deployment doubling in Iraq

US troop deployment doubling in Iraq

11/08/14 12:10PM

Retired four-star general and MSNBC Military Analyst Barry McCaffrey shares his insight with Alex Witt on the White House’s decision to authorize 1,500 more troops to go to Iraq on the heels of the fight against ISIS, and whether doubling American presenc watch

Pockets feel light despite economic gains

Pockets feel light despite economic gains

11/08/14 07:52AM

Jared Bernstein, former Chief Economist for Vice President Biden and Senior Fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, joins Alex Witt to break down the new October jobs report that shows the U.S. unemployment rate at its lowest since July 2008 watch

SCOTUS will hear new challenge to Obamacare

SCOTUS will hear new challenge to Obamacare

11/08/14 07:36AM

Amy Howe, Editor of SCOTUSblog.com, talks with Alex Witt about the Supreme Court’s decision to rule on insurance subsidies in a new challenge to the Affordable Care Act, and what this means for President Obama’s signature piece of legislation. watch

Obama authorizes up to 1,500 troops in Iraq

Obama authorizes up to 1,500 troops in Iraq

11/08/14 07:33AM

NBC’s Kristen Welker shares with Alex Witt the latest developments on the White House’s decision to authorize the deployment of up to 1,500 troops to Iraq to help in the fight against ISIS, as well as President Obama’s pick to replace Attorney General Eri watch

Are the midterms a referendum on Obama?

Are the midterms a referendum on Obama?

11/02/14 01:45PM

Jimmy Williams, MSNBC Contributor and Executive Editor at BlueNationReview.com, Mercedes Schlapp, Republican Strategist and former Spokesperson for President George W. Bush, and MSNBC Contributor Victoria DeFrancesco Soto join Alex Witt to discuss how muc watch

Nik Wallenda to walk across Chicago River

Nik Wallenda to walk across Chicago River

11/02/14 01:40PM

NBC’s Kevin Tibbles shares with Alex Witt details on high-wire walker Nik Wallenda’s latest stunt: attempting the same 100-foot-high tightrope walk across the Chicago River that killed his great grandfather Karl Wallenda in 1978 – and without a safety net watch

What can Obama accomplish with a GOP Hill?

What can Obama accomplish with a GOP Hill?

11/02/14 01:17PM

MSNBC Political Analyst Jonathan Alter, author and Daily Beast Columnist, sits down with Alex Witt to discuss what a Republican takeover of the Senate would mean for the final two years of Obama’s presidency, as well as his experience executive producing watch

KS Senate race in dead heat in final days

Kansas Senate race in dead heat in final days

11/02/14 12:40PM

NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell talks with Alex Witt about how independent candidate Greg Orman is changing the political landscape in the red state of Kansas, and the implications of long-term Republican Senator Pat Roberts losing his seat. watch

How will TX Voter ID law affect midterms?

How will Texas Voter ID law affect midterms?

11/02/14 12:23PM

Former Republican Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchis and former Democratic Vermont Governor Howard Dean join Alex Witt to discuss the key issues influencing the midterms across the country, including how Texas’s strict Voter ID law will affect voter turnout watch

Poll: GOP, Dems deadlocked before midterms

Poll: GOP, Dems deadlocked before midterms

11/02/14 12:01PM

NBC News Political Editor Carrie Dann and NBC News Senior Political Editor Mark Murray sit down with Alex Witt to discuss the implications of the NBC/WSJ national poll that shows an overall deadlock between the two parties just two days before the midterm watch

‘Nightcrawler’ dir. on dark side of TV news

‘Nightcrawler’ director on dark side of TV news

11/01/14 01:50PM

Dan Gilroy, writer and director behind “Nightcrawler,” a thriller about the grisly world of Los Angeles crime journalism, sits down with Alex Witt to discuss the inspiration behind the film, Jake Gyllenhaal’s dark role, and what makes it a uniquely LA... watch

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