Chris Christie is leading Hillary Clinton in a new Iowa head-to-head match-up, and Tom Coburn releases a new report detailing waste in the government. Sabrina Siddiqui, Corey Dade and Michael Tomasky discuss.
Steve Kornacki explains his personal connection to the NJ traffic story and talks with Nick Acocella of Politifax New Jersey about the case and its players.
Protests in India continue as the diplomatic feud is heating up between the U.S. and India over the arrest and strip-searching of a Deputy Consul General in NYC. Pete Williams reports.
White House official Cecilia Munoz discusses the future of health care; Anna Holmes, Elizabeth Plank and Krystal Ball discuss 2013 s feminist icons.
Jonathan Capehart discusses the significance of President Obama s decision to send gay delegates to the opening ceremonies of the Sochi Olympic Games.
A new report says Chinese hackers attacked the Federal Election Commission s website and it happened when no one was looking. Dave Levinthal discusses.
Reince Priebus explains why the GOP must improve and build better relationships in minority communities.
Chuck Todd talks about the retirements and how they impact the midterm elections.
Former Bill Clinton Chief of Staff John Podesta has been brought in to serve as White House counselor and turn things around for the Obama White House, after a rough year that was capped by the disastrous rollout of the Obamacare website. Strategists Kristen Soltis Anderson and Steve Elmendorf discuss.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., Luke Russert, Krystal Ball and James Peterson talk whether bipartisanship can last and how to reform the NSA.
With budget deal poised to pass the Senate today and head to the president's desk Thomas Roberts talks about the deal, the controversy over a provision that would limit pension increases for future retirees as well as the Senate's agenda ahead. Kasie Hunt and Rep. Dan Kildee discuss.
The NOW panel discusses the Right s white Santa controversy and how race is still a very divisive subject.
Angela Rye, Thomas Frank and Jelani Cobb discuss how bipartisan a budget deal this is and how the Tea Party may strike back.
Chris Hayes talks with Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez.
Chris Hayes talks about Congress' failure to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed with Ezra Klein, Dedrick Muhammad and Alexis Goldstein.