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  Howard Dean brings back the famous scream, NYC-style

Obama makes last attempt at grand bargain

  The president – who has long insisted that any cut in the corporate tax rate be matched by an overhaul of the individual tax code – is dropping that demand in a last attempt at a grand bargain. The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd reports.

The Agenda: What does the Zimmerman verdict say about race in society?

  MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid, The Root’s Keli Goff, The Washington Post’s Jonathon Capehart and Think Progress’ Judd Legum  discuss what Saturday’s not guilty verdict says about race relations in the U.S.

How long is the lifespan of a political scandal?

Ezra Klein runs the numbers on sex scandals and how long it takes the public to forgive. Full story

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A Gingrich-Santorum ticket?…Yeah, that almost happened

Gingrich-Santorum 2012? The secret ‘unity’ ticket that almost was

Very Last Word: Was Dennis Rodman VICE’s first choice?

A day at the zoo: How threat of sequestration hits home

Who’s who of Republicans at CPAC

The conservative conference, seeking a fresh new start, invites…Mitt Romney

O’Donnell urges GOP to be Reaganites on gun control

O’Donnell: Gingrich more influential than the presidents he served under

O’Donnell to Gingrich: I’ve been waiting 20 years for an apology

Obama took out Qaddafi so al-Qaida ‘could take over,’ says GOP rep

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  Former female congresswoman: Politics has gotten worse

About 16 years after leaving Congress, former Colorado Rep. Pat Schroeder talks about partisan warfare and "food fights"-- and how politics these days seems no better. She also supports a Hillary Clinton candidacy.

  How Pat Schroeder changed the face of US politics

Patricia Schroeder was just one of 14 women in the House in 1973. Before she joined the Up panel, MSNBC's Steve Kornacki takes a look at her political legacy, including her advocacy for women and families.

  Will Speaker Boehner go the way of Gingrich?

MSNBC host Karen Finney and The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank deep dive into the failure of Speaker John Boehner to pass a farm bill – that was actually too conservative to ever reach the president – due to, of all things, conservative outreach – and why Boehner should follow the lead of – yes – Ne

  George Packer gives insights into his writing process

In this week's "Office Politics," New Yorker staff writer George Packer sits down with MSNBC’s Alex Witt. His new book, "The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America" scrutinizes the widening economic divide in this country. George provides insights into his writing process and the one book on

  GOP leaders to Issa: Cool it

GOP leaders are telling Rep. Darrell Issa to ‘cool it’ on the attacks on the White House. Republican strategist John Feehery and Democratic strategist Steve McMahon discuss.

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