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Will next BP fix raise flow by 20 percent?

The Obama administration warns that BP's next effort to contain the oil spewing from a damaged well in the Gulf could result in a temporary 20 percent increase in the flow.Full story

Jay Leno on MTP April 30, 2000

  Late night comedian Jay Leno joins Meet the Press the morning after the 2000 White House Correspondents' Dinner.  He jokes about the Clintons, Al Gore, Bob Dole, George W. Bush and himself.

Week Ahead: Attack of the vole

  The Week Ahead: Republicans poised to win Hawaii special election, Connecticut and Colorado's conventions, Obama speaks at West Point, Meet the Press has Rand Paul and Sestak, Tea Party vs. Menendez in NJ, Cuomo may announce in New York, Idaho's primary Tuesday, an NBC/MSNBC/Telemundo poll on immigr

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Father of Tim Russert dies at 85

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  Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA) debates Pat Buchanan July 16, 1995

Sen. Arlen Specter challenged fellow Republican Pat Buchanan to a debate on Meet the Press July 16, 1995. Both men were vying for the GOP Presidential Nomination and squared off on the future of the GOP.

  Tom, Ramsey Clark on MTP in 1970

Retired Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark and his son, former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, appeared together on Meet the Press on April 19, 1970. They are the only father and son to have both held the office of U.S. Attorney General. They addressed the issue of crime during their appearance on the p

  Clinton: It’s racial profiling

In an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton criticizes Arizona’s new immigration law.

  Holder: Pakistani Taliban ‘directed’ NYC plot

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder discusses the origin of the attempted Times Square car bombing with NBC’s David Gregory on “Meet the Press.”

  'From the Archives' September 10, 1989

William Reilly, served as head of the Environmental Protection Agency under President George Bush, and was at the helm when the Exxon Valdez oil spill happened in Alaska. Reilly appeared on NBC's Meet the Press to discuss the Exxon Valdez spill and cleanup.

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