Hardball guest host Joy Reid says the Republican Party is a party in need of more options if they want to have a chance in 2016 at the White House.
Anna Squires Levine, president of Born Free, joins Hardball to talk about the fight for a world where no child is born with HIV, and her organization s effort to create that world.
The Obamacare punching bag is now punching back as new poll numbers show sign-ups and approval ratings for the Affordable Care Act are on the rise. Jonathan Capehart and Joan Walsh join Hardball to discuss.
Sideshow: Jimmy Kimmel made an appearance recently on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford s show Ford Nation, where the conversation turned to alcohol.
Shannon Watts and Colin Goddard join Hardball to talk about the new grassroots effort, supported by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, to stop the gun lobby and fight gun violence in America.
Sideshow: Josh Romney tweeted a photo this week of his father Mitt paying his taxes as a direct jab at Sen. Harry Reid, who repeated an unsubstantiated report in 2012 that suggested Mitt Romney hasn t paid taxes for 10 years.
Hardball guest host Joy Reid talks to Susan Page and Nia-Malika Henderson about the issue of Personhood, and how Democrats will likely attack Republicans over the issue as the midterm election race heats up.
John Feehery and Eugene Robinson discuss the latest developments in the investigation into the George Washington Bridge lane closings.
Chris Matthews talks to Sen. Ed Markey and Mike Barnicle about the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Michael Steele and Michelle Bernard join Hardball to discuss the Republican Party s efforts to gain support among female voters a demographic whose majority supported Democrats in the last election.
Sideshow: Did Hillary Clinton stage an incident last week that resulted in someone throwing a shoe at her? Some conservatives think she did.
A standoff over grazing rights in the public land surrounding a Nevada ranch has made local cattle rancher Cliven Bundy a new hero for the right. Ralston and Wayne Slater discuss.
Chris Matthews shares his thoughts about the current fractured state of the Republican Party as 2016 nears, and asks why conservative leaders are lurching off in so many directions.
Conservative leaders spoke this past weekend at the New Hampshire Freedom Summit, but did anyone emerge as a 2016 leader? Howard Fineman and David Corn discuss.
Chris Matthews and Howard Dean discuss whether or not President Obama can tap the energy of young people again, off the campaign trail, to rally behind his agenda and achieve big things in the last two years of his presidency.
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