Theater shooting suspect James Eagan Holmes appeared in court for the first time Monday where a judge explained why he was being held on no bond. NBC's Mike Taibbi reports.
The world gets its first look at the man accused of killing twelve and injuring 58 others in Aurora, Colorado.
The Aurora shooting creeps into presidential politics, the big panel (Keli Goff, author (“The GQ Candidate”), Ari Melber, Correspondent for The Nation, and Ron Christie, Republican Strategist) weighs in on that.
And the fallout from Michele Bachmann’s unhinged attack against Hillary Clinton’s top aide continues. Huma Abedein now requires police protection as Rush Limbaugh decides to pile on.
Democratic strategist Bob Shrum and the Huffington Post's Howard Fineman discuss the growing number of Republicans coming forward to criticize Michele Bachmann for attempting to associate Huma Abedin, deputy chief of staff and aide to Secretary Clinton, with the Muslim Brotherhood.
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