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Clinton’s finance remarks could be a problem

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Ryan Grim and Nia-Malika Henderson join Hardball to discuss whether or not Hillary Clinton’s recent remarks about her finances will land her in hot water should she launch a presidential campaign in 2016.

How could this possibly happen?

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Lawrence talks with NBC News’s Tom Costello, former pilot Anthony Roman and Gen. Barry McCaffrey about how a Malaysia Airlines flight could be shot down over Ukraine.

Pipeline could create crime and toxic water

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To understand all sides of the Keystone debate, the native Americans’ story must be told. Ed Schultz and two members of the South Dakota native tribes discuss.

Why Hillary health fever could ‘backfire’

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Reince Preibus joined a chorus of conservatives who are questioning Hillary Clinton's health ahead of a potential 2016 run. Jennifer Granholm and Chris Cillizza discuss.

Lawyers, deals could alter NJ scandal case

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Ted Mann, reporter for the Wall Street Journal, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the NJ bridge scandal could be changed by deals and high powered lawyers.

Keystone approval could bypass the W.H.

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Tamron Hall talks to NBC’s Mark Murray, about new legislation in the Senate that could bypass the White House to approval the Keystone pipeline.

Could Christie resign?

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Rep. Frank Pallone discusses whether allegations brought against Gov. Christie, if true, could lead to his resignation, as some have suggested.

Tea party extremism could mean 2014 surprises

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Rachel Maddow reports on how tea party victories in some GOP primaries could benefit Democratic candidates in tough states' general elections by mobilizing voters on issues like reproductive rights and access to birth control.

Could Iraq turn into Lebanon? ‘Maybe,’ says Iraqi Kurdish President

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You can see Amanpour's full interview with President Barzani here. In this web extra, Christiane Amanpour asks Iraqi Kurdish President Massoud Barzani if Iraq could have a Lebanon-like civil war. “I hope it will not be like Lebanon, but maybe," he says. Click above to watch.

How Democrats could turn the South blue

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Chris Hayes talks with former NAACP President Ben Jealous about a simple equation that Dems could use to turn red states blue.

Model Paulina Porizkova blames Photoshop for image issues: “My grandmother could be a supermodel now even though she’s dead!”

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In honor of the release of the 50th edition of Sports Illustrated's iconic swimsuit issue, on Tuesday evening "Piers Morgan Live" welcomed Paulina Porizkova, who, in 1984 and 1985, became just the second model to grace the magazine's cover in back to back years. But more than a quarter century since a fresh-faced, 18-year-old Porizkova garnered international fame, ideas about beauty, body image and the female ideal have drastically changed.

UN: Homs deal could be replicated

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The deal between the Syrian government and opposition to turn the long-contested city of Homs over to Assad forces has “the potential of actually be replicated elsewhere,” Yacoub El Hillo, the U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator in Syria, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday. "Homs is an experiment that needs to be studied carefully, he said. “I think it’s always the case when Syrians are able to sit together, and agree to discuss the problem – and it’s a big one – there is always a possibility of reaching a solution.” After a brutal three-year siege, residents of Homs are returning to utter devastation. Homs was ground zero in the revolution, but the government won back the city last week, when it offered to bus the rebels out with the government looking on. “At the end of the day there is no victor, no winner. This cost of this conflict is too high for anyone to claim victory, frankly speaking.” But it is critical to stem the killing and return some normalcy to civilians, he said. “I think there is a lot that can be drawn from the Homs experiment. And I do hope that the Syrians – because after all this is a Syrian-Syrian affair – they will choose to see if this can be applied elsewhere.” Click above to watch Amanpour’s full interview with El Hillo.

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