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Sunday, October 4, 2015

MSNBC Politics

Third Quarter Fundraising Totals, Then and Now

3 days ago
So what does a big fundraising quarter really mean? by Elissa Nunez and Carrie Dann

Left And Right Clap Softly For Criminal Justice Reform

3 days ago
Advocates say that the proposal is a welcome "first step" but that much more is needed. by Leigh Ann Caldwell

Chaffetz: McCarthy 'Absolutely Wrong' About Benghazi Probe

3 days ago
Jason Chaffetz said House Republican Kevin McCarthy was "absolutely wrong" and should apologize for linking a Congressional investigation into Benghazi to Hillary Clinton's sliding poll numbers. by Andrew Rafferty

Pelosi Spars With Man Over Unborn Baby Question

3 days ago
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi responds sternly to a question Thursday on Capitol Hill.

Watch Live: White House Press Briefing

3 days ago
Press Secretary Josh Earnest holds the daily briefing.

Trump Reverses Himself on Accepting Syrian Migrants

3 days ago
In New Hampshire Wednesday night, Donald Trump stated that any migrants coming to the United States are "going back" if he becomes president. by Mark Murray

Clinton Campaign Launches 'Latinos For Hillary'

3 days ago
Capitalizing on her still positive polling numbers with Latinos, Democrat Hillary Clinton is making the most of Hispanic Heritage Month to bolster her by Suzanne Gamboa

A Make-or-Break Month for Hillary Clinton

3 days ago
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter. by Chuck Todd and Mark Murray and Carrie Dann

First Read's Morning Clips

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

'They're Going Back': Trump on Syrian Refugees in U.S.

3 days ago
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday that he would send Syrian refugees "back" if he were elected to the White House. by Ali Vitali

Law Covering 9/11 Responders' Health Care Ends at Midnight

4 days ago
Supporters expect to make the James Zadroga Health and Compensation Act permanent long before it runs out of money sometime next year. by M. Alex Johnson

N.H. Locals Struggle to Take Trump Seriously

4 days ago
On a soggy day, in a greasy spoon in Keene, New Hampshire the talk was politics and Wednesday nights' outsized visitor: Donald Trump. by Katy Tur

In New Hampshire, Trump Puts Syrian Refugees 'on Notice'

4 days ago
Back in New Hampshire for his first time since his comments about Muslims, Donald Trump was greeted by a few thousand cheering fans — and he was fired up. by Ali Vitali

Hackers Tried to Access Clinton Email at Least 5 Times: Report

4 days ago
Hackers sent emails with malicious software to Hillary Clinton's private email account at least five times in August 2011. by Carrie Dann

Secret Service Broke Privacy Law to Embarrass Rep. Chaffetz: IG

5 days ago
The Secret Service apologized to Rep. Jason Chaffetz for violating federal law by accessing sensitive personal information about him dozens of times. by M. Alex Johnson and Alex Moe

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