The man synonymous with humorous, but sometimes politically edgy television, Norman Lear on his new book, 'Even this I get to Experience.'
NBC s Mark Murray and Carrie Dann discuss what changes if Republicans win control of the Senate in November.
President Clinton on Iraq, in this 1997 Meet the Press appearance.
On "Meet the Press," Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. urges Americans to openly oppose the war in Vietnam.
Texas Governor and presidential hopeful George W. Bush on Meet the Press in 1999.
Johns Hopkins emergency head says that “needle in a haystack” Duncan case something to learn from.
NIAID Director Anthony Fauci tells Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd there is need to expand protocols beyond four biocontainment hospitals.
Johns Hopkins emergency head says that U.S. military involvement will inspire confidence in volunteers serving in Africa.
Ronald Reagan's first appearance on Meet the Press, as a candidate for California Governor in 1966.
Author Laurie Garrett says the development pipeline for producing a Ebola vaccine was slowed by lack of financial incentive.
Are the Republicans misleading voters about an Obamacare repeal?
Former president Hoover, 22 years after leaving office.
NBC News special correspondent responds to politicians and media using fear regarding Ebola.
Reagan challenges Gerald Ford for the GOP nomination.
The NIH's Dr. Anthony Fauci explains to NBC's Chuck Todd how a U.S. health worker could've gotten infected with Ebola.
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