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Is Jeb Bush the man to beat?

Is Jeb Bush the man to beat?

02/14/15 01:44PM

Jimmy Williams, executive editor at BlueNationReview.com, and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez discuss the recent trend of 2016 hopefuls going abroad, as well as Jeb Bush’s massive fundraising efforts that could leave his GOP rivals in the dust. watch

Congress weighs Obama war request

Congress weighs Obama war request

02/14/15 12:36PM

Alex Witt is joined by Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif., member of the Armed Services Committee, to discuss President Obama’s request for war authorization against ISIS, and the backlash from some members of Congress. watch

Western casualties in Syria keep climbing

Western casualties in Syria keep climbing

02/14/15 12:19PM

Charlie Sennott of the Ground Truth Project talks with Alex Witt about the controversial U.S. policy toward ISIS hostage negotiations, as well as the new standards news organizations are setting to better protect freelance journalists in war zones. watch

Supreme Court to rule on same-sex marriage

Supreme Court to rule on same-sex marriage

02/14/15 07:52AM

Amy Howe, editor of Scotusblog, tells Alex Witt what she expects to see among the first briefs in the same-sex marriage cases, and whether conservative calls for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to recuse herself from the case hold any water. watch

Congress heads to recess empty-handed

Congress heads to recess empty-handed

02/14/15 07:44AM

Washington Post Political Reporter Philip Bump talks with Alex Witt about the prospect of a government shutdown as the DHS funding deadline quickly approaches amid an ongoing fight on Capitol Hill over Pres. Obama’s immigration action. watch

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

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

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