*** Tuesday’s “The Daily Rundown” line-up: The latest on Pres. Obama’s climate speech, his meeting with Congressional leaders, and Edward Snowden… Center For American Progress’ Neera Tanden and Heritage’s Nick Loris join to look ahead at the President’s climate speech… Our Deep Dive on the Massachusetts special election with Republican candidate Gabriel Gomez… Plus The Bernard Center’s Michelle Bernard, NBC White House Correspondent Kristen Welker and Democratic strategist Tracy Sefl join our Gaggle.
*** Tuesday’s “Jansing & Co.” line-up: Guests include constitutional law experts Kenji Yoshino and Rick Pildes (on the upcoming SCOTUS decisions), Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ), the New York Times’ Nicholas Confessore and Politico’s Maggie Haberman, legal analyst Lisa Bloom (on the George Zimmerman trial) and NECN’s Alison King (on today’s Massachusetts Senate race).
*** Tuesday’s “MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts” line-up: MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts interviews MSNBC’s Chris Hayes on President Obama’s upcoming climate change speech. Legal analysts Lisa Bloom and Paul Henderson will join to discuss the latest on the George Zimmerman trial. MSNBC’s Toure will talk about whether Paula Deen’s cuisine empire can survive. Today’s Agenda Panel includes: NBC Latino’s Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, MaddowBlog Contributor Steve Benen and MSNBC.com’s Benjy Sarlin. The show also has a line-up of guests ready to cover any potential Supreme Court decisions from Voting Rights Act, to Prop 8 and DOMA.
*** Tuesday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” line-up: Andrea anchors from DC and has on NBC’s Pete Williams and SCOTUS Blog’s Tom Goldstein, also an NBC News contributor, as well as Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Michael Leiter on Snowden, Sen. John Hoeven, the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza, NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell, Keir Simmon on Mandela, and NBC’s Peter Alexander on Obama’s climate-change speech.
*** Tuesday’s “News Nation with Tamron Hall” line-up: SCOTUS Blog’s Tom Goldstein, Criminal defense attorney John Burris, MSNBC legal analyst Lisa Bloom, the Washington Post’s Anne Kornblut, and Boston Globe political reporter Michael Levenson.