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Norm Ornstein talks GOP picks for 2016

Norm Ornstein talks GOP picks for 2016

11/22/14 12:46PM

In Part 2 of this week’s Office Politics, Alex Witt asks Norman Ornstein, political scientist and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, to share his short list of Republican presidential hopefuls, as well as why he believes Hillary Clinto watch

Norm Ornstein weighs midterms, immigration

Norm Ornstein weighs midterms, immigration

11/22/14 07:44AM

In Part 1 of this week’s Office Politics, Alex Witt sits down with Norman Ornstein, political scientist and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, to discuss his reaction to the midterm elections and the possibility of a government shutdow watch

Turkey prices fall this Thanksgiving

Turkey prices fall this Thanksgiving

11/22/14 07:24AM

USA Today’s Regina Lewis breaks down today’s three big money headlines with Frances Rivera, including rising stocks and new retailer momentum going into the holiday season, as well as a 13% drop in turkey prices this year. watch

Michael Caine talks Interstellar

Michael Caine talks Interstellar

11/16/14 01:43PM

Actor Michael Caine talks with Alex Witt about his latest film, Interstellar, Hollywood’s new futuristic sci-fi hit about a dying Earth in which humans must seek out a new planet to call home. watch

What’s the Republican plan on immigration?

What’s the Republican plan on immigration?

11/16/14 01:18PM

Former Democratic Vermont Governor and DNC Chairman Howard Dean and Republican Strategist Leslie Sanchez join Alex Witt to debate the Republicans’ plan for immigration reform and President Obama’s decision to issue an executive order. watch

Bill Cosby won’t address assault allegations

Bill Cosby won’t address assault allegations

11/16/14 01:09PM

Boston Globe contributor Renee Graham reacts with Alex Witt to a new statement issued Sunday from Bill Cosby’s lawyer on sexual assault allegations and how this growing controversy will impact the legendary actor-comedian’s career and legacy. watch

US drawdown from Afghanistan nears

US drawdown from Afghanistan nears

11/15/14 01:53PM

Atia Abawi, former NBC News correspondent and author of “The Secret Sky” sits down with Alex Witt to weigh in on the U.S. drawdown from Afghanistan after more than a decade of war, what life in Afghanistan is like today and what role the Taliban will play watch

New book explores two historic JFK speeches

New book explores two historic JFK speeches

11/15/14 01:23PM

Andrew Cohen, author and professor of journalism and international affairs at Carleton University, joins Alex Witt to talk about his new book, “Two Days in June,” which examines President John F. Kennedy’s two pivotal speeches on nuclear arms and civil r watch

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