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Friday, October 31, 2014

MSNBC Politics

Obama: Health Workers Must Be Treated 'Properly' When Returning From West Africa

2 days ago
President Obama meets with health care workers at the White House Wednesday who are helping in the fight against Ebola.

Coming Up: Obama Meets With Ebola Health Workers

3 days ago
President Obama delivers remarks with health care workers fighting Ebola.

Pew's Latest Survey Of Latino Voters

3 days ago
Ahead of the midterms, what do Hispanic voters think of President Obama, both political parties, immigration and the country's direction? Here's a look.

State Department: Comments About Netanyahu 'Inappropriate'

3 days ago
Speaking at a State Department briefing, Spokesperson Jen Psaki labeled comments attributed to Senior Obama Administration Officials as "inappropriate and counterproductive."

Pryor Confident in His Record, Won't Hide From Criticizing Obama

2 days ago
Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., talks with Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd while on the campaign trail in Jonesboro.

Mark Pryor Stands by Harry Reid

2 days ago
Democratic candidate says “it’s not just the two leaders” who are part of the gridlock problem in Washington. by Chuck Todd and Carrie Dann

Are Young Voters Leaning GOP? Not So Fast

2 days ago
by Mark Murray

Mark Pryor Hanging on in Arkansas Senate Race

2 days ago
There was a point it seemed Arkansas Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor would be better off planning a retirement party than a re-election campaign. by Andrew Rafferty

Immigration Protester Interrupts Obama Speech

2 days ago
A women yells at President Obama over immigration reform during his speech Tuesday evening in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Uncertainty Reigns With Less Than a Week Until Midterms

2 days ago
No one is exactly sure which way the election is going to break. by Chuck Todd and Mark Murray and Carrie Dann

First Read's Morning Clips

2 days ago
A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day

The Economy Matters: Georgia's Election Heats Up

2 days ago
Georgia has the highest unemployment rate in the country. That's the backdrop for two surprisingly competitive races for Senate and for governor by Chuck Todd

A Tight Economy Leads to a Close Election in Georgia

2 days ago
Meet The Voters: Chuck arrives in Georgia to find an election based on local issues; most especially, a slow-moving economy. by Matt Rivera

North Carolina's Accidental Spoiler

3 days ago
Sean Haugh is running for Senate as a Libertarian from North Carolina. With polls tightening, outside groups are now promoting his views on marijuana in an attempt to turn him into a spoiler for the election. by Matt Rivera

Where Was Chuck: Georgia Edition

3 days ago
The "Meet the Voters" road show rolled into Augusta and Dawsonville, GA to catch-up with Senate hopefuls Michelle Nunn (D) and David Perdue (R)

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