Programming notes

*** Thursday’s “The Daily Rundown” line-up: DCCC Chair Rep. Steve Israel (D-NY) joins Chuck Todd to discuss Democratic recruitment for the 2014 midterm elections, and our Thursday gaggle Nathan Gonzales, Deputy Editor of the Rothenberg Report and contributing writer for Roll Call, Democratic Strategist Emily Tisch Sussman and the National Review’s Jim Geraghty will discuss the health care blame game.

*** Thursday’s “MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts” line-up: MSNBC’S Thomas Roberts interviews Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) and Dr. Corey Herbert about the problems with Obamacare’s rollout. Columnist with “The Nation” Ari Berman will examine how Texas’ voter ID law could prevent many women from casting their ballots. Withelma “T” Ortiz Walker Pettigrew will discuss her emotional testimony before Congress about the problem of foster children falling prey to sex trafficking rings. Today’s Agenda panelists Maria Teresa Kumar of Voto Latino and Taegan Goddard of Political Wire will analyze President Obama’s renewed push for immigration reform. And “Wonder Woman” star Lynda Carter will join to discuss whether Washington is in need of a super hero and her singing career.

*** Thursday’s “NOW with Alex Wagner” line-up: Alex Wagner’s guests include liberal writer Michael Tomasky, Demos’ Heather McGhee, New York Magazin’s Jon Chait, and Sen. Pat Leahy.

*** Thursday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” line-up: NBC’s Peter Alexander, filling in for Andrea Mitchell, interviews Rep. Elijah Cummings, author Jeff Greenfield, the Chicago Bears’ Brandon Marshall, Time’s Catherine Mayer, USA Today’s Susan Page, the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza, former Jackson, MS Mayor Kane Ditto and Reuben Anderson, the first African American Supreme Court Justice in MS.

*** Thursday’s “News Nation with Tamron Hall” line-up: MSNBC’s Tamron Hall interviews USA’s Today’s Raul Reyes, the Washington Post’s Lena Sun, the Daily Beast’s Tunku Varadarajan, the Boston Globe’s David Abel, the’s Lilly Workneh, and Sirius XM’s Michael Smerconish on Maryland’s Attorney general saying he has “no moral obligation” to stop teens from drinking.