Leaving Charlotte, N.C., Friday to hit three pivotal swing states with the first lady and the vice-president along, President Obama tried to cast the jobs numbers in a positive light. NBC's Kristen Welker reports.
The Democratic National Convention has already given President Obama a bounce, but Republicans are giddy over weak job numbers
Tonight, Ed looks at the convention fallout and the president's big bounce with Eugene Robinson, MSNBC Analyst and Associate Editor and Pulitzer Prize winning Columnist for the Washington Post, and Richard Wolffe, MSNBC Political Analyst.
Mitt Romney didn't think it was important to mention the troops during his RNC speech. Iraq war veteran Jon Soltz, Chairman of Vote Vets, reacts to Romney's pathetic excuse for ignoring the troops.
Democrats speak out on women's issues, and they have the policies to back it up. Ed will ask Terry O’Neill, President of The National Organization for Women, if the Democrats made a convincing case to women.
Ohio's secretary of state plays chicken with a federal judge over voter suppression. State Sen. Nina Turner (D-OH) will react to today's big news.
Clint Eastwood breaks his silence about his bizarre performance at last week's Republican National Convention took the country by storm .
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