The bodies of four idealistic patriots, all of whom were described as having lived the "American ideal," were mourned Friday by President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports.
The four victims of the assault on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, are home tonight, honored by President Obama and his national security team at Andrews Air Force Base.
We’ll show you extended highlights from today’s moving ceremony.
Meantime, a Romney advisor says that kind of tragedy won’t happen under a President Romney because his administration will have “resolve.”
What does “resolve” mean? Guest host Ezra Klein will ask Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Associate Editor at the Washington Post.
Then, the Tax Policy Center says Romney’s tax plan is "not mathematically possible." Bruce Bartlett, former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic policy under George H.W. Bush, on why the Romney numbers just don't add up.
You may not know what the sequester is, but it's threatening to cut the budgets of programs ranging from the FBI to the EPA. Bob Greenstein of the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities, joins Ezra to explain.
Mitt Romney might be a successful businessman, but his latest ad blitz is making us wonder if he needs a basic economics lesson.
And a judge strikes down Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's law that effectively ended collective bargaining rights for most public workers as unconstitutional.
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