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Republican presidential candidates (L-R) Ron Paul , Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, and Michele Bachmann sing the National Anthem gather before a CNN republican presidential debate, November 2011.
Time’s Rana Foroohar joins Chris Jansing to explain how moves by world banks helped send the Dow Jones skyrocketing Wednesday.
Texas Rep. Ron Paul doubled down on his criticism of Newt Gingrich saying the former House Speaker is a "flip-flopper."
Despite all the talk about Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain "reassessing" his 2012 bid, he's showing no signs he's about to drop out of the race. NBC's Chuck Todd reports.
With Herman Cain all but gone, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are quickly battling for frontrunner status. MSNBC's Martin Bashir, Democratic strategist Karen Finney, Politico's Ken Vogel and Prof. Michael Eric Dyson discuss.
The Obama campaign could not be happier about the latest sparring between the GOP candidates. MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell gets analysis from Republican strategist Rich Galen, a former aide to Newt Gingrich and editor of mullings.com.
Paul Rieckoff, founder and executive director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans for America, about banks conducting illegal foreclosures on veterans serving abroad.
GOP hopefuls Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich have begun to engage each other with gentle jabs, suggesting they now see the nomination as a two-man race. Meanwhile, Herman Cain tried to rally enough support to stay in the race. NBC's Lisa Myers has more.