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Senate to vote Tuesday on Keystone bill

Senate to vote Tuesday on Keystone bill

11/15/14 07:15AM

Washington Post Political Reporter Philip Bump discusses with Alex Witt whether the Senate will authorize the construction of the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline after the bill sailed through the House, as well as the weight of Republican threats of a watch

How one street was home to 57 war heroes

How one street was home to 57 war heroes

11/09/14 01:52PM

Journalist and author Carlos Harrison talks with Alex Witt about his latest novel, “The Ghosts of Hero Street,” which profiles a single tiny Illinois street that was home to 57 men who fought in two wars. watch

Can GOP state victories translate to a...

Can GOP state victories translate to a 2016 win?

11/09/14 01:14PM

Former RNC Chairman and MSNBC analyst, Michael Steele, and former Democratic Governor of Ohio, Ted Strickland join Alex Witt to discuss the Republican midterm wave, including Republican Governor Scott Walker’s win in a state that had gone to Democrats sin watch

Can the new GOP majority work with Obama?

Can the new GOP majority work with Obama?

11/09/14 12:34PM

Rep.-elect Carlos Curbelo, R-Fl., shares with Alex Witt whether he sees opportunities for compromise between President Obama and the new GOP class in Congress which features younger, more diverse Republicans. watch

Fmr. Navy Seals speak out on Bin Laden raid

Fmr. Navy Seals speak out on Bin Laden raid

11/09/14 12:18PM

Steven Clemons, Editor-at-Large for The Atlantic, discusses with Alex Witt the controversy surrounding ex-Navy Seal Team Six members who are under investigation by the Justice Department for revealing classified information about the nighttime raid in Pak watch

US airstrikes target ISIS leaders in Iraq

US airstrikes target ISIS leaders in Iraq

11/09/14 12:05PM

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Ca., talks with Alex Witt about an ongoing investigation into whether U.S. airstrikes in Iraq hit a group of ISIS commanders on Friday, and why he disagrees with Speaker Boehner on delaying war authorization until the new Congress take watch

New doc examines the personal effects of war

New doc examines the personal effects of war

11/08/14 03:38PM

Documentary filmmaker and journalist Sebastian Junger joins Alex Witt to talk about his latest film, “The Last Patrol,” which follows two combat veterans and two war journalists, including Junger himself, on a hike from Washington, D.C. to Pennsylvania... watch

New book details 1978 Camp David conference

New book details 1978 Camp David conference

11/08/14 01:50PM

Author Lawrence Wright discusses with Alex Witt his most recent book, ’13 Days in September,’ which offers a captivating day-by-day account of the 1978 Camp David conference where President Jimmy Carter arbitrated the first peace deal in the history of th watch

Obama picks NY prosecutor for Atty. Gen.

Obama picks NY prosecutor for Atty. Gen.

11/08/14 01:34PM

Ian Milheiser, Senior Constitutional Policy Analyst at the Center for American Progress Action Fund and Editor of ThinkProgress Justice, talks with Alex Witt about President Obama’s choice for Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, and why her nomination is as watch

Obama, GOP divided over immigration

Obama, GOP divided over immigration

11/08/14 01:18PM

Jimmy Williams, MSNBC Contributor and Executive Editor at BlueNationReview.com, and Mercedes Schlapp, Republican Strategist and former Spokesperson for President George W. Bush, join Alex Witt to discuss the takeaways from the midterm elections, and wheth watch

Historian predicts Pres. Obama’s legacy

Historian predicts Pres. Obama’s legacy

11/08/14 12:43PM

Douglas Brinkley, presidential historian and co-author of “The Nixon Tapes,” shares with Alex Witt how he believes President Obama will be remembered, as well as what will define his presidency the next two years given the Republicans’ victory on Tuesday. watch

Can GOP and Pres. Obama work together?

Can GOP and Pres. Obama work together?

11/08/14 12:18PM

Sen. Robert Casey, D-Pa., talks with Alex Witt about what’s next for the Senate after Republicans claimed the majority on Tuesday, including whether or not he believes Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has enough influence to prevent a government shu watch

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