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Art sale worries international auctioneers

Art sale worries international auctioneers

02/08/15 01:53PM

Philip Kennicott, Art and Architecture Critic at The Washington Post, talks with Ayman Mohyeldin about reports that Pablo Picasso’s granddaughter is planning to sell thousands of his works, and what the sales implicate for the art market at large. watch

Street names found to boost home values

Street names found to boost home values

02/08/15 01:45PM

Stan Humphries, Chief Economist for Zillow, joins Ayman Mohyeldin to explain his New York Times article that finds homes on named streets are more valuable than those on numbered streets. watch

Former governor talks foreign policy

Former governor talks foreign policy

02/08/15 01:13PM

Former UN Ambassador and former Gov. Bill Richardson, (D-N.M.), speaks with Ayman Mohyeldin about Iran nuclear talks and the controversy surrounding Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s upcoming speech to Congress. watch

Bloggers chronicle 40-day dating experience

Bloggers chronicle 40-day dating experience

02/08/15 12:52PM

Timothy Goodman and Jessica Walsh, co-authors of “40 Days of Dating: Two Sides of a Love Story,” share with Ayman Mohyeldin how their bold rules for romance turned into a book and talks for a movie deal. watch

Book shows post-9/11 invasion of Afghanistan

Book shows post-9/11 invasion of Afghanistan

02/08/15 12:44PM

Robert Grenier, Chairman of ERG Partners and former Director of the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center, joins Ayman Mohyeldin to discuss U.S. involvement in the Middle East and his new book, “88 Days to Kandahar,” which depicts the early stages of the Afghanis watch

Stakes heighten in the Middle East, Ukraine

Stakes heighten in the Middle East, Ukraine

02/08/15 12:20PM

Retired Four-Star Gen. Barry McCaffrey discusses with Ayman Mohyeldin the state of the fight against ISIS and the disconnect between U.S. and European leaders’ positions on sending military aid to Ukraine. watch

Expert deliberates fate of female hostage

Expert deliberates fate of female hostage

02/07/15 01:37PM

NBC News Terrorism Analyst Evan Kohlmann, CIO for Flashpoint Partners, shares his expertise with Alex Witt on the unknown fate of American hostage Kayla Mueller, as well as ISIS militants’ philosophy on female captives. watch

Survey shows millennials prefer suburbs

Survey shows millennials prefer suburbs

02/07/15 01:26PM

The Wall Street Journal’s Kris Hudson talks with Alex Witt about a surprising new survey that reveals millennials prefer suburbia over city life and the trend’s potential economic impact. watch

President Obama’s speech draws criticism

President Obama’s speech draws criticism

02/07/15 01:13PM

Jimmy Williams, executive editor at BlueNationReview.com, and Mercedes Schlapp, former spokesperson for President George W. Bush, join Alex Witt to weigh in on President Obama’s controversial remarks this week at the National Prayer Breakfast. watch

New Harper Lee book shocks publishing world

New Harper Lee book shocks publishing world

02/07/15 12:45PM

Ron Charles, editor of The Washington Post’s Book World, and Sara Nelson, editor-in-chief of Books & Kindle for Amazon.com, talk with Alex Witt about the newly-discovered sequel to Harper Lee’s 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird.” watch

Congressman analyzes state of foreign affairs

Congressman analyzes state of foreign affairs

02/07/15 12:15PM

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, joins Alex Witt to discuss U.S. diplomatic efforts amid turmoil abroad, as well as Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s controversial address to Congress. watch

The fight against ISIS escalates

The fight against ISIS escalates

02/07/15 12:03PM

NBC’s Richard Engel talks with Alex Witt about Jordan’s new airstrikes against ISIS targets and whether the government may consider ground troops as a next step. watch

No clear deal in sight on DHS funding bill

No clear deal in sight on DHS funding bill

02/07/15 07:33AM

Washington Post Congressional Reporter Ed O’Keefe weighs with Alex Witt the likelihood the Department of Homeland Security will be forced to shut down if lawmakers do not reach an agreement on a spending bill by the end of February. watch

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