Ohio Democratic State Rep. Alicia Reese is calling for a constitutional amendment to protect access to the ballot box in her state. Reese speaks to Chris Matthews about how the voter laws affect African Americans and other minorities.
Peace Corps director Carrie Hessler-Radelet joins Chris Matthews to explain why we need a strong Peace Corps again, and why young people should think about joining.
Sideshow: When former President Richard Nixon decided to record thousands of hours of his White House conversations, he never thought that those tapes would ever get beyond his personal control.
Chris Matthews weighs in on the upcoming battle for control of the Senate this November.
Stephanie Gosk and Kevin Appleby join Hardball to talk about the brutal and terrifying conditions in which children are fleeing from Central America and to the American border.
After two unsuccessful presidential campaigns, is Mitt Romney poised to give it one more try in 2016? Jeanne Cummings and John Feehery discuss.
Chris Matthews talks with Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz and Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings, who are spending time in each other s districts in order to rebuild the bipartisan bridge that s been crumbling in Washington.
Bryan Perlmutter and Denise Leiberman discuss the latest frontier in partisan efforts to limit access to the voting booth. The new target? Young, college-aged voters.
Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz tells Chris Matthews that he believes Mitt Romney will run for president again, and that he will win.
As House Speaker John Boehner doubles down on his intent to sue the president, experts are hitting back at what some are calling a stunt. Howard Fineman and David Corn discuss.
Chris Matthews talks about the strength and legacy of North Carolina, and expresses his disappointment in the attempts in the state to suppress the vote.
Sideshow: Louisiana Rep. Vance McAllister vowed he would not seek re-election this fall after being caught on camera kissing a staffer, but on Monday he changed his mind and said he would run in November.
President Obama announced Monday he ll take executive action to do whatever he can to fix the country s broken immigration system. Alan Gomez and Viviana Hurtado discuss.
Steve Kornacki explains why the Supreme Court will always be this country s branch of government that will keep moving forward even when the rest of the government has shut down.
Will the Republican Party s relationship with immigration reform haunt them in 2016 and continue to cost them votes for years to come? Frank Sharry and Rachel Smolkin discuss.
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