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Is Washington any closer to addressing gun violence?

February 16, 2018
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Top Justice Department official steps down, latest developments in the Russia probe

February 9, 2018
The table discussed Rachel Brand's departure, the latest updates in the Russia probe, and the impact of former Republican National Committee finance chair Steve Wynn stepping down from his casino empire.

President Trump signs new budget deal after a wild week on Wall Street

February 9, 2018
Crisis and confrontations hit Washington as the stock market fluctuated in New York this week.

Divisions in Congress remain deep over immigration, list of GOP retirements continues to grow

February 2, 2018
After Tuesday’s State of the Union address, the panelists discuss the divisions that remain between Democrats and Republicans, along with the growing list of GOP retirements.

What did the Nunes memo reveal?

February 2, 2018
After President Trump authorized the release of a previously classified memo alleging the FBI and the Justice Department abused the government’s surveillance powers, the panelists discussed the aftermath and what the consequences of a White House at war with the intelligence community could look like.
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Previewing Tuesday's State of the Union address

January 30, 2018
Will the president strike a bipartisan tone?
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Recapping Vice President Mike Pence's first year in office

January 27, 2018
Panelists discuss Vice President Mike Pence's role in the Trump administration and how he uses his power inside the White House.

President Donald Trump heads to Davos, new revelations in the Russia investigation

January 26, 2018
As the president made his “America First” pitch to global leaders at Davos this week, his handling of the Russia probe became front and center once again.