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  GOP sets goals for post-midterm agenda

Is Fox News to blame for threats against Pelosi?

  The mother of the man arrested for threatening House Speaker Nancy Pelosi credited Fox News for her son's behavior. The Nation’s Chris Hayes discusses whether the news channel should take responsibility for their hate rhetoric.

Is the media inciting violence against lawmakers?

  On Wednesday, a California man was arrested by the FBI for making dozens of threatening phone calls to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The Huffington Post’s Roy Sekoff discusses whether right-wing media deserves blame.

Conservative Coburn cuts ties with Fox?

  During a town hall, Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., broke away from Republican talking points, calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi nice and saying Fox News is biased. The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson discusses.

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  Frank scolds ex-staffer for lobbyist job

Busted: The committee staffer-turned lobbyist will work for a group that is directly impacted by legislation he helped write at the House. Msnbc’s Dylan Ratigan reports.

  Did health reform cause a bounce in the polls?

The GOP has taken their first lead in months in Gallup’s weekly poll on the generic House ballot with 47 percent of voters saying they would prefer voting for a Republican congressional candidate. The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd reports.

  Week Ahead: A big f'ing deal

The Week Ahead: Health care's wrapped up. What's next? Financial reform. House if off; Senate's in session. Economy still tops concerns. Palin campaigns for McCain in AZ, Tea Party in Harry Reid's hometown. Romney's on the road again, heads to... Iowa. Crist-Rubio debate. And Meet the Press has Grah

  Health care bill heads back to the House

After a marathon of late-night votes in the Senate, the reconciliation bill is being sent back to the House. NBC’s Ken Strickland discusses whether Democrats can seal the deal on the bill before their spring recess.

  Senate makes minor changes to bill

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., talks about the Senate's passing of the reconcilliation bill back to the House.

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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 20: U.S. President Barack Obama speaks to the Democratic Caucus about the need to pass the Health Care Reform bill as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) listen on Capitol Hill on March 20, 2010 in Washington, DC. The House is expect