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Indecision 2013: Wait, There is an Election in 2013? Version

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Invoice de Blasio is elected mayor of New York Metropolis, Terry McAuliffe strikes a blow for corrupt govt in Virginia, and Chris Christie stares into New Jersey's soul. (02:17)

Unique – Debbie Wasserman Schultz Prolonged Interview Pt. 2

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On this unique, unedited interview, Debbie Wasserman Schultz discusses President Obama's lack of expertise of HealthCare.gov system faults and Obamacare controversies. (06:forty eight)

How Republicans weaponized the debt ceiling

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On NOW with Alex Wagner Monday, Alex took viewers on a tour through the history of debt ceiling negotiations, to dig up the origins of the hostage-style tactics that the GOP is using right now. The potential to hold...

Tea party now officially in control of GOP?

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House Republican leadership adopted the Tea Party strategy to avoid the debt ceiling crisis Thursday. At a press conference. Speaker John Boehner proposed a short-term delay of the nation’s debt limit, along with the ...

GOP buckles under Tea Party pressure…again

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Republicans seemed to be ceding to the Tea Party’s demands once again Wednesday. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), the top Republican on the House Budget Committee, published parall...

Democrats hoping Obama doesn’t cave last minute

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President Obama may be winning the political battle over the budget standoff–at least for now–but will he win in the end?

GOP governors embrace Obamacare

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Republicans in Washington may have let the government shut down in exchange for efforts to defund the Affordable Care Act, but some of their state counterparts are running into the arms of the Obamacare.

Memorial closures the very least of veterans’ concerns

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Many media outlets and Republican lawmakers have spent the past two days lauding the actions of a Mississippi veterans group which bypassed the barricades surrounding the shuttered World War II memorial in Washington,...

What ‘Tip and the Gipper’ says about Congress today

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With the federal government at a standstill for the first time in 17 years, Hardball host Chris Matthews’ new book, Tip and the Gipper: When Politics Worked could not come at a better time. The book recounts the...

Robert Gibbs: White House should ‘sit back and watch’

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With Day One of shutdown underway, former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said the Obama administration will not be bargaining with congressional Republicans to keep the government running.

What would a shutdown look like?

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Less than 8 hours remain until a possible government shutdown.

House GOP rejects Senate funding bill, announces debt ceiling demands

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House Speaker John Boehner raised the stakes in the congressional standoff  Thursday, rejecting a clean bill to fund the government expected to pass the Senate  and issuing a series of demands to extend the country’...

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