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Bush, Clinton lead 2016 matchup

Bush, Clinton lead 2016 matchup

01/03/15 01:38PM

Jimmy Williams, msnbc Contributor and Executive Editor at BlueNationReview.com, and Mercedes Schlapp, Republican Strategist and former Spokesperson for President George W. Bush, share their 2016 predictions with Ayman Mohyeldin in the wake of a recent pol watch

Recreational drones rise in popularity

Recreational drones rise in popularity

01/03/15 12:52PM

Patrick Tucker, technology editor for Defense One, joins Ayman Mohyeldin to weigh in on the FAA’s growing concerns over drone safety amid a surge in recreational drone sales this holiday season. watch

New year welcomes economic optimism

New year welcomes economic optimism

01/03/15 07:23AM

USA Today’s Regina Lewis breaks down today’s three big money headlines with Frances Rivera, including the reasons why economists are optimistic about 2015, as well as what social media revealed about the holiday season. watch

The war in Afghanistan: Is it over?

The war in Afghanistan: Is it over?

12/28/14 12:15PM

America’s 13-year-long war in Afghanistan formally came to an end in a quiet military ceremony in Kabul. With 10,800 troops remaining there, is the war really over? Alex Witt talks with Rep. John Garamendi, member of the House Armed Services Committee. watch

What will Obama’s legacy look like?

What will Obama’s legacy look like?

12/27/14 01:51PM

Jimmy Williams, MSNBC Contributor and Executive Editor at BlueNationReview.com, and Alice Stewart, GOP strategist and radio talk show host, join Alex Witt to debate how President Obama’s legacy is shaping up with two more years left in his tenure. watch

US combat mission ending in Afghanistan

US combat mission ending in Afghanistan

12/27/14 01:32PM

Retired U.S. Army Gen. Daniel Bolger, who served in both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, discusses with Alex Witt the approaching end to the U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan before the new year, which means leaving the Afghans to defend themselves withou watch

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