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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

MSNBC Politics

High Court Upholds Texas' Voter ID Law

4 days ago
Just ahead of the midterm elections, the Supreme Court upheld Texas' controversial voter ID law that requires people to present identification before casting their vote.

Chuck Todd to 'Meet the Voters'

4 days ago
Beginning October 22nd, Chuck Todd will hit the campaign trail in an RV to "Meet the Voters" on a road trip through key battleground states.

This Week in Schadenfreude: All Governors Edition

5 days ago
It's a special This Week in Schadenfreude featuring Governors Nikki Haley, Rick Scott and Scott Walker.

Midterm Madness: Ask Chuck Todd Questions on Facebook

5 days ago
The moderator of "Meet the Press" is doing a Q&A.

By the Numbers: GOP Edges Dem Groups in Senate Ad Spending

5 days ago
New data shows that campaigns, committees and outside groups combined have poured nearly $380 million into top Senate races. by Carrie Dann

Declined: Obama Says His Credit Card Was Denied in NYC

5 days ago
Not even the president of the United States is immune to the embarrassment of a declined credit card, apparently.

Obama to Tap Former VP Chief of Staff Ron Klain as Ebola 'Czar'

5 days ago
Klain is a former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Biden and former Vice President Al Gore.

Obama to Tap Ron Klain as Ebola 'Czar'

5 days ago
Klain is a former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Biden.

Watch Live: Kerry Holds Briefing On Ebola

6 days ago
Secretary of State John Kerry Holds a briefing on Ebola.

Desperately Seeking a Comforting Face to Combat Ebola Scare

6 days ago
The administration needs someone in this position -- a modern-day C. Everett Koop -- simply because the president himself is too politically toxic. by Chuck Todd and Mark Murray and Carrie Dann

First Read's Morning Clips

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

Obama Addresses Ebola Travel Ban

6 days ago
From the Oval Office, President Obama talks about the importance of confront Ebola at the source in Africa and explains why he is not implementing a travel ban.

Should 'Prairie Populism' Have GOP Worried in 2014 and Beyond?

6 days ago
Surging third-party candidates and signs of growing “prairie populism” have shaken up Senate races in Kansas and South Dakota and could create problems for Republicans in the midterm elections and beyond. by Dante Chinni

Why Immigration Talk in Senate Races Took A Hard Right

6 days ago
Only an average of 4.7 percent of eligible voters are Latino in the eight states with the most competitive Senate races. by Carrie Dann

Dem Candidate 'Greatly Concerned' by Ebola Response

6 days ago
Bruce Braley, locked in a tight Senate race, used a Congressional hearing about Ebola on Thursday to critique the Obama administration’s response to the outbreak.

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