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Is Iran seeking to end sanctions?

Is Iran seeking to end sanctions?

09/21/13 12:53PM

Marina Nemat, author and human-rights activist, comments on the latest report that Iran is seeking an agreement over its nuclear program with the goal of ending sanctions. She says that the situation in Iran is desperate to the point where the average... watch

Hoda Kotb on growing up with a unique name

Hoda Kotb on growing up with a unique name

09/21/13 12:37PM

In Part II of Office Politics, Alex Witt sits down with Today Show co-host Hoda Kotb. Hoda talks about her growing up in Oklahoma and West Virginia with her unique name. She also reveals how her friendship with co-host Kathie Lee Gifford  really got... watch

Congressman: GOP can’t ‘not have a shutdown'

Congressman: GOP can’t ‘not have a shutdown'

09/21/13 12:31PM

Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., a Member of the House Budget Committee, joins Alex Witt to discuss the impending budget deadline. He said, “I really do think the fighting inside the radical wing of the Republican Party that they cannot nothave a shutdown.” watch

House Democrat: If there's a shutdown, Republicans are to blame

09/21/13 11:37AM

House Democrat John Yarmuth of Kentucky fears the government is headed toward shutdown by Sept. 30, and it's the Republicans in his chamber who are to blame. "It's basically because the Republicans in the House refuse to be a part of a governing coalition…they're on an ideological mission,” he said Saturday on Weekends with Alex Witt. read more

Hoda Kotb on covering Hurricane Katrina

Hoda Kotb on covering Hurricane Katrina

09/21/13 11:17AM

In Part I of Office Politics, MSNBC’s Alex Witt sits down with the Today Show’s Hoda Kotb. Aside from being one of the most likable personalities on television, Hoda has paid her dues as a serious journalist, stopping in several different TV markets... watch

Breaking down how Americans spend money

Breaking down how Americans spend money

09/21/13 07:24AM

Regina Lewis breaks down the week’s 3 Big Money Headlines with MSNBC’s Alex Witt, which include the new iPhones, the Labor Department breaking down how Americans spend money, and Floyd Mayweather’s $40 million check. watch

Clock ticking down towards potential shutdown

Clock ticking down towards potential shutdown

09/21/13 07:00AM

Aaron Blake and Elise Viebeck join MSNBC’s Alex Witt for Saturday’s First Check of Politics. The Washington Post’s Aaron Blake “tends to be a little bit wary” about the government shutdown. The Hill’s Elise Viebeck says that the public actually wants... watch

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