Since New York City has to ship most of its garbage to other parts of the country, Alex Wagner and the NOW panel take a look at Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s plan to deal with trash and promote recycling.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is announcing a change to the way every New Yorker throws out their trash, making plastic takeout containers recyclable for the first time. The change will help save the earth and save the city money at the same time. MSNBC’s Alex Wagner reports.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending $12 million, targeting lawmakers who are waivering over gun safety reform. In the mean time, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre says the people are on his side. Alex Wagner talks with Democratic strategist James Carville and former Vermont Governor Howard
New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg and his organization, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, have spent $12 million dollars on a TV advertising campaign to push for Congress to pass universal background checks. The gun control debate, along with gay marriage and immigration reform are the three major topics to
Perry Bacon, Anna Palmer, Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., explain how Michael Bloomberg, Mark Zuckerberg and Howard Schultz are influencing politics.
MSNBC Contributors Goldie Taylor, Perry Bacon and Dave Weigel join MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to talk about NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s gun control initiatives and the influence of the NRA.
David Gregory analyzes a packed Meet the Press, including exclusive interview with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre
Principles hold New York City FC T-shirts as they pose for photographs at a news conference to announce the partnership between Manchester City Football Club and the New York Yankees to form a Major League Soccer expansion club in New York, May 22, 2013. Seen (L-R) are Manchester City CEO Ferran So
Manchester City Football Club CEO Ferran Soriano chats with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg
Principles hold New York City FC T-shirts as they pose for photographs at a news conference to announce the partnership between Manchester City Football Club and the New York Yankees to form a Major League Soccer expansion club in New York, May 22, 2013. Seen (L-R) New York City FC Director of Foot
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg walks from the podium after delivering the 2014 city budget in the Blue Room of New York's City Hall, May 2, 2013. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg presented an updated budget proposal for the coming fiscal year on Thursday with largely cosmetic changes before the bu