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Citations for the March 10,2015 TRMS

Links to material cited on Tuesday night's show
Links for the Maddow Show
Links for the Maddow Show

Tonight's guests:

  • Andrea Mitchell, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent
  • Senator Angus King, Independent of Maine, Senate Intelligence and Armed Services Committees

Tonight's links:

What Are Democrats Going To Do About Presidential Debates?

White House: Yes, President Obama and Hillary Clinton e-mailed each other

Ted Bridis - ‏@tbridis - State cable: Clinton in 2011 instructed diplomatic, consular staff to avoid conducting business using personal email.

Review of Hillary Clinton's emails underway at State Department

Hillary Clinton eyes campaign launch in early April with plans to staff up in Iowa

Ambassador Mark Lippert: State Department May Boost Security

Senate approves former Google executive for patent chief

From Glasgow student to president of Iran

Rouhani’s US-Educated Cabinet

June 24, 2010 - Iran sanctions approval unanimous in Senate, sweeps House 408-8

December 02, 2011 - Senate votes for new Iran sanctions, defying White House

November 30, 2012 - US Senate votes unanimously for tougher Iran sanctions

May 23, 2013 - Senate backs Israel in event of strike on Iran nuclear weapon program

U.S. Denies Visa To Iran's Controversial U.N. Envoy

An Open Letter to the Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran (pdf)

Democrats denounce GOP letter to Iran

Divided on Iran, Democrats Unite Against GOP Letter

Republican Moves Imperil Democratic Cooperation on Iran

GOP Senator: Senate Republican Letter To Iran Not 'Productive'

Hawkish Republican Congressman Uneasy With GOP Senators' Letter To Iran

GOP dissenters: Iran letter could backfire

Dr. Zarif`s Response to the Letter of US Senators

Justice Department Announces Findings of Two Civil Rights Investigations in Ferguson, Missouri

Ferguson City Manager Cited in Justice Department Report Resigns