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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.

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 a Democrat win Mississippi Senate seat?

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The GOP Senate candidates are headed towards a run-off, while Chris Hayes talks to the man they'll be facing in the fall -- Democrat Travis Childers.

Former U.S. Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford: I could no longer ‘defend the American policy’

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Christiane Amanpour’s full interview with Former Ambassador Robert Ford airs at 2pm ET on CNN International. The Former U.S. Ambassador to Syria, who left his post just a month ago, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday that he could no longer stand behind his government. “I was no longer in a position where I felt I could defend the American policy,” he said. “We have been unable to address either the root causes of the conflict in terms of the fighting on the ground and the balance on the ground, and we have a growing extremism threat.” Ford left Syria in February 2012 amid the escalating civil war. He remained ambassador until earlier this year; the embassy has been extremely active on social media. Syria is holding presidential elections on Tuesday, but ballots are only being cast in areas controlled by President Bashar al-Assad, and his only two opponents were government-approved. “There really is nothing we can point to that’s been very successful in our policy except the removal of about ninety-three percent of some of Assad’s chemical materials. But now he’s using chlorine gas against his opponents.”

Former U.S. Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford: I could no longer ‘defend the American policy’

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The Former U.S. Ambassador to Syria, who left his post just a month ago, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday that he could no longer stand behind his government. “I was no longer in a position where I felt I could defend the American policy,” he said. “We have been unable to address either the root causes of the conflict in terms of the fighting on the ground and the balance on the ground, and we have a growing extremism threat.” Ford left Syria in February 2012 amid the escalating civil war. He remained ambassador until earlier this year; the embassy has been extremely active on social media. Syria is holding presidential elections on Tuesday, but ballots are only being cast in areas controlled by President Bashar al-Assad, and his only two opponents were government-approved. “There really is nothing we can point to that’s been very successful in our policy except the removal of about ninety-three percent of some of Assad’s chemical materials. But now he’s using chlorine gas against his opponents.”

Could ‘Medicaid blockade’ kill 17,000?

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Van Jones says political squabbling threatens the lives of tens of thousands stuck between Medicaid and Obamacare.

Could UCSB killer have been stopped?

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Could anything have been done to stop 22-year-old Elliot Rodger’s stabbing and shooter rampage? Law enforcement and profiling experts join Rev. Sharpton to discuss what authority various officials might have had to take steps to stop this young man before he began.

GOP’s 2014 strengths could be 2016 weaknesses

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Could the weapons the GOP forces use to pummel Democrats this year blow back in their faces come 2016? Joan Walsh and Michael Steele discuss.

What could Obama have done differently re: VA scandal?

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Crossfire host Van Jones asks Senator Dean Heller how he would handle the VA scandal, Sen. Bernie Sanders debates. Should the head of the VA lose his job? Newt Gingrich asks Senator Bernie Sanders if Eric Shinseki should lose his job. A "Benghazi-like" effect with the VA? Van Jones and Newt Gingrich debate the politicization of the VA scandal along with Sens. Bernie Sanders and Dean Heller. Joint outraged: Prison system failing America Van Jones and Newt Gingrich are both outraged that the Prison system is failing America.

Why U.S./China cyber escalation could be good

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A escalation of cyberespionage between the United States and China could be beneficial by forcing a change in actions, former U.S. counterterrorism czar Richard Clarke told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday. “I actually hope it does result in escalation and tit-for-tat, because we need this issue resolved,” he said. “And we can't go on the way it's been.” “This first step by the United States will undoubtedly result in an escalation of this issue. And we need to do that. We need to have this issue resolved one way or the other. If the Chinese are going to keep hacking into our companies, then we're going to have to do something about it.” Clarke, now out of government, has authored his third straight-from-the-headlines novel, “Sting of the Drone.”

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.

Deal could dangerously raise oil production

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A new potential trade deal with the European Union threatens to cause an increase in U.S. oil production, leading to even more potentially dangerous spills. Ed Schultz, Zach Carter and Mike Papantonio discuss.

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