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Could new Clinton audio hurt her future?

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Newly uncovered audio of Hillary Clinton decades ago laughing about the facts of a decades-old child rape case is coming back to her. Michelle Bernard and Joan Walsh discuss.

NC hospital closing could endanger thousands

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A rural hospital in Belhaven, North Carolina shut down even after the town's Republican mayor and the NAACP tried to intervene. Mayor Adam O'Neal and Rev. William Barber join.

SCOTUS decision could have election backlash

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Chris Hayes and panel discuss how Hobby Lobby may be just what the Democratic Party needs to get the base fired up for the midterm elections.

What Facebook could accomplish with its power

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Facebook made news recently for manipulating its users in a social experiment - so what else could the social media giant be capable of?

Birth control case could threaten Obamacare

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Dahlia Lithwick, senior editor for Slate.com, talks with Rachel Maddow about the Supreme Court's pending ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, which could decide the fate of the contraception mandate in Obamacare and even Obamacare itself.

Timing ‘could not be better’ for Clinton

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Susan Page and Margaret Talev join Hardball to discuss Hillary Clinton’s book tour that some have said is a “dry run” for a 2016 campaign. Will this tour put her in a good position heading into a national campaign?

Could Afghanistan be the next Iraq?

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Could Afghanistan be the next Iraq? “If you think about what the lessons of Iraq are, I hope that every Afghan is sitting in the evening thinking clearly about the lessons of Iraq,” Marc Grossman – the former U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan – told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. The violence rocking Kabul and other parts of the country – with another four killed today, and 27 dead since summer offensive began – raises the harsh specter of an Iraq-like disaster once U.S. and NATO forces pull out at the end of the year. No one knows the pitfalls and the possibilities better than former ambassador Marc Grossman, who was the Obama Administration's point man in some of the toughest yet vital peace negotiations

House could sue Obama over executive orders

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After countless attacks against Pres. Obama for lawlessness, House Republican leaders are considering a plan to take legal action against the Obama administration in response to some of the executive actions issued in recent years.

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.

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.

Could Wisconsin gov. face legal troubles?

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Prosecutors in Wisconsin allege that Gov. Scott Walker directly coordinated with independent political groups in violation of the law. Matea Gold and Michael Tomasky discuss.

Why Iraq could be more dangerous than pre-9/11 Afghanistan

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As Sunni extremists broaden their control of territory from Syria deep into Iraq, the Middle East may now be facing its greatest challenge in decades. “This is the Talibanization of Iraq,” journalist and author Robin Wright told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Monday. “And there’s no question that the global Jihadi threat is greater today than it was at the height in the 1980s or even in 2001, when we saw the attacks in Washington and New York.” The U.S. has started moving more military assets into the region as militants advance towards the Iraqi city of Baquba, just 60 kilometers from Baghdad. President Barack Obama has said that he will not send troops in on the ground. The rise of ISIS, or the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, has been fuelled by civil war in Syria. The group is trying to carve out a Sunni statelet that straddles the nearly none-existent border between Iraq and Syria. “Ultimately we can't solve Iraq with also dealing with Syria,” Wright said. “That's what makes this challenge arguably greater than any one we've faced in the Middle East, you could argue, in six or seven decades.”

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