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Who really wins when a city hosts the Super Bowl?

  Regardless of who emerges victorious from the game, Melissa Harris-Perry and her panel note that one thing is clear: the Super Bowl is a win for the city of New Orleans.

Matthews: Hillary Clinton looks like a winner

  Chris Matthews applauds Secretary Hillary Clinton’s job in the last four years, and her testimony at the Benghazi hearing on Wednesday.

Hillary Clinton looks like a winner

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  Honoring Muhammad Ali

Thursday is boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s 71st birthday. Rev. Al Sharpton honors a man who was never afraid to speak his mind and stood up for what he believed in, even though it cost him his championship title.

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Actor Christopher Plummer who portrays U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Harlan II, in  HBO Films "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" takes part in a panel discussion at the Television Critics Association Cable TV Summer press tour in Beverly Hill
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Actor Christopher Plummer who portrays U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Harlan II, in HBO Films "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" takes part in a panel discussion at the Television Critics Association Cable TV Summer press tour in Beverly Hill, California July 25, 2013. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED ST

Actor Christopher Plummer who portrays U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Harlan II, in  HBO Films "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" takes part in a panel discussion at the Television Critics Association Cable TV Summer press tour in Beverly Hills
Actor Christopher Plummer who portrays U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Harlan II, in HBO Films "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" takes part in a panel discussion at the Television Critics Association Cable TV Summer press tour in Beverly Hills

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