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Kornacki: Christie presser was ‘good theater’

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Steve Kornacki and Joy Reid react to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s statements denying any knowledge or involvement with the George Washington bridge closures.

Gates not giving gold stars to old bosses

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President Obama’s former defense secretary has issued an unprecedented critique of the administration in which he served. The NOW panelists discuss.

How many Republicans have poverty solutions?

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Only six Republican senators voted in favor of advancing legislation to expand unemployment insurance. Joy Reid and the NOW guests examine which members of the Republican Party actually have economic solutions for fighting poverty.

Top Christie aide linked to NJ bridge story

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New information links a top aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie with a controversy involving traffic gridlock and possible political retribution against a New Jersey mayor.

Signs the social safety net’s been a success

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Fifty years after Pres. Lyndon Johnson declared a war on poverty, millions of Americans are still living below the line. But some real progress has been made. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., joins the discussion.

The pros and cons of legal recreational pot

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Denver Post Marijuana Editor breaks down the first week of legal marijuana in Colorado and what other states could expect from making the drug legal.

Cold weather brings climate change deniers

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As the U.S. is experiencing record low temperatures in some cities, climate change deniers are taking to the airwaves and the Senate floor to tell everyone not to worry. But one study shows how climate change is leading to extreme weather events. Alex Wagner discusses.

Paul, King and the GOP’s ideological split

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Republicans Peter King and Rand Paul have gone back and forth on Edward Snowden and the NSA. But is it King or Paul whose views are currently on the fringes of the GOP? Katty Kay and Eugene Robinson discuss.

Grassley: GOP is concerned about middle class

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The Farm bill, which is expected to be unveiled in Congress in the next two weeks, could result in $8B in cuts over 10 years to the SNAP program. Sen. Chuck Grassley joins a discussion on the farm bill.

What is the path forward for job benefits?

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The Senate narrowly passed a procedural vote Tuesday on extending unemployment insurance benefits to roughly 1.3M Americans. In order for it to go into effect, it still needs to be passed in both the Senate and the House. What are the chances it will? Andrew Ross Sorkin and Sam Stein join the discussion.

Obama pays tribute to Mandela

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President Obama and world leaders descended on South Africa to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela.

Republicans rank low on food policy scorecard

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Tom Colicchio from Food Policy Action joins the NOW panel to discuss lawmakers’ zeal to cut food stamps at a time of historic poverty.

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