Bombs ripped through Sunni areas in Baghdad and surrounding areas Friday, killing at least 76 people in the deadliest day in Iraq in more than eight months. The major spike in sectarian bloodshed heightened fears the country could again be veering toward civil war. Full story
Newsweek's Daniel Klaidman is reporting that President Obama is getting ready to deliver a big speech on drones, Guantanamo, counterterrorism and the administration's national security agenda. Chris Hayes talks with Democratic Congresswoman Barbara Lee of California, the only member of either house
Jon Stewart takes us back in time to revisit the Ghosts of National Security Past.
Former Defense Secretary William Cohen discusses the attack and the cell which claimed responsibility for it. Cohen also shares his thoughts on the recently released Benghazi emails.
NBC’s Peter Alexander reports on the White House’s release of emails on Benghazi talking points.
NBC’s Chuck Todd, Michael Isikoff, and Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, about the White House’s release Wednesday night of a hundred emails regarding the Benghazi talking points.
The Huffington Post’s Howard Fineman and NBC’s Michael Isikoff join Hardball to talk about the White House emails released to reporters about the Benghazi talking points.
A man walks outside a Greek Manpower Employment Organisation office, with a slogan on its wall, in central Athens May 9, 2013. Greek youth unemployment rose above 60 percent for the first time in February, reflecting the pain caused by the country's crippling recession after years of austerity unde
A man walks past a South Korean soldier participating in an anti-biochemical terrorism drill in central Seoul May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)
South Korean soldiers participate in an anti-biochemical terrorism drill in central Seoul May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)