President Obama lauded former President George H.W. Bush at an event honoring the winner of the 5,000 Daily Point of Light Award. NBC s Peter Alexander reports.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has threatened to use the nuclear option to change Senate filibuster rules. Politicos are having d j vu back to Bill Frist s 2005 similar attempt to alter Senate rules. NBC s Mark Murray discusses this ongoing fight on Capitol Hill.
Senate leaders sparred over filibuster reform, the House removed food aid from the farm bill, and immigration reform is still at an impasse. NBC s Mark Murray discusses this week of dysfunction in Washington.
On Thursday Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid engaged in a passionate debate with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell over the delay in confirming some of President Obama s top-level nominees. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
Teresa Heinz Kerry, wife of Secretary of State John Kerry, was taken to a Massachusetts hospital on Sunday where she is in critical but stable condition, NBC s Lester Holt reports.
NBC's Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro preview next week s political news. As the immigration bill moves to the House, GOP leadership will be meeting to determine their plan. Meanwhile, the Texas Senate is expected to continue pushing for its controversial abortion bill.
President Barack Obama spent part of his holiday meeting with members of his national security team. NBC s Peter Alexander reports.
NBC s Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro looks at what President Obama s delay of part of the health-care law means.
The Obama administration announced Tuesday that the employer requirement to provide health coverage for businesses with 50 or more employees will be delayed by one year. The news was met with skepticism by some who questioned the administration s decision to release the news on the eve of a holiday weekend. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
President Obama s three-day visit to South Africa was originally intended to showcase U.S trade and development priorities, but is now almost entirely focused on the health and legacy of Nelson Mandela, who remains hospitalized with a lung infection. NBC s Chuck Todd reports.
Obama said the thoughts and prayers of the American people are with Nelson Mandela, who remains hospitalized with a lung infection. NBC s Lester Holt reports.
After the Senate approved sweeping immigration reform legislation, NBC s Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro discuss whether or not the bill will pass in the House of Representatives.
It's election day in Massachusetts to fill the seat vacated by Secretary John Kerry. NBC s Kelly O Donnell reports.
President Obama called on the EPA to act, saying he refuses to condemn future generations to a planet that s beyond fixing. NBC s Anne Thompson reports.
With the death of Sen. Frank Lautenberg, there were no longer any senators in their 80s something that hadn t happened in 32 years. But that is about to change now that Dianne Feinstein s birthday is this weekend. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
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