With the race for 2016 on the horizon, potential Republican presidential candidates are changing their tune when it comes to the decriminalization of marijuana.
Bob Dole questions whether extreme right-wing candidates like Ted Cruz and Rand Paul can run for president. Josh Barro and Steve LaTourette join Ari Melber.
Rep. Allyson Schwartz talks with Richard Wolffe about how some Democrats (including her) are leaning in on Obamacare for upcoming elections.
Chelsea Clinton is expecting, and the only question is: how does this affect Hillary Clinton? Ari Melber and Jessica Valenti discuss the attacks.
The Supreme Court heard a case about lies in campaign ads and the decision could have an impact on future ads. Sam Stein and Geoffrey Stone join Ari Melber.
U.S. troops are moving into Eastern Europe as tensions heighten over Russia's incursion in Crimea. Steve Clemons joins The Last Word.
Christie is happy to get a Father of the Year award, but wouldn't say what he'd do if he receives a subpoena to testify before a NJ legislative committee. Ari Melber talks to Hunter Walker.
Now that President Obama has embraced the strong ACA enrollment numbers, can Democrats use that to their advantage in this year's election?
Should Justice Ginsburg retire now so President Obama can choose her replacement? Ari Melber discusses the timing with Dahlia Lithwick and E.J. Dionne.
An investigation by The Miami Herald found that since 2008, nearly 500 children whose families had priors with DCF, died from abuse or neglect. Ari Melber talks to Carol Marbin and James Harn.
In an exclusive, Rep. Allyson Schwartz unveils her new gubernatorial ad touting her role in getting the Affordable Care Act passed. She joins Ari Melber and Richard Wolffe.
Crystal Moore, a former police chief in South Carolina, says she was fired for being gay. She joins The Last Word to share her story.
A writer must choose between love or money when he is offered a movie deal for his private script. If he accepts the deal he will expose his mistress' secret and painful past.
Blake Zeff talks about how the presidential primary process can be good for Democrats, but perilous for the more fringe-controlled Republicans.
Obamacare enrollment beats expectations-- and the president goes on offense, big time. Ari Melber discusses with Ezra Klein and former Rep. Patrick Murphy.
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