The race for the governor's mansion in Florida places the two candidates neck-and-neck, causing Gov. Rick Scott to resort to playing the 'O' card against Charlie Crist. Ed Schultz, Ana Rivas Logan and Mike Papantonio discuss.
Republican attack against the United States Postal Service grows, as the do-nothing Congress down make your mail delivery significantly slower. Ed Schultz and Sen. Bernie Sanders discuss.
In Trenders, Marco Rubio hints at another shutdown, while Mitch McConnell get flustered on a sports radio station. Ed Schultz and Rev. William Barber discuss SCOTUS' role in the voter suppression in NC.
Earning the title of Ed Schultz's Pretender, the boys on the Curvy Couch select a radically conservative one-term congressman to fill the role of protecting the President.
Rand Paul shared his expert medical opinion on the current case of Ebola impacting the United States, blaming the CDC their handling of the disease. Ed Schultz and Dr. Corey Hebert discuss.
In Trenders, a pee wee football team gets their big break, while college Republicans create a controversial campaign ad. Ed Schultz and Daryl Parks discuss the latest developments in Ferguson's grand jury investigation.
Student loan debt impacts thousands of Americans, lingering over their financial status for decades after graduation. Ed Schultz and Sen. Bernie Sanders discuss the need to reform loans and fix the middle class.
Wisconsin's extremely restrictive voting ID laws favor Scott Walker as the race tightens for the governor's office. Ed Schultz, Ruth Conniff and Brad Woodhouse discuss.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned following the Sept. 19th security breech at the White House. Ed Schultz and Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., discuss.
October 1st marks the day the Republicans shut down the government, and initial roll out of the now very successful Obamacare sign ups. Ed Schultz, Wendell Potter and Leo Gerard discuss.
In Ask Ed Live, Ed Schultz discusses a plan for a travel restriction to help prevent Ebola from spreading. Plus, Ed explains the influence of 'hateful' rhetoric on the president's safety.
Major victory for environmentalists in California after Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law preventing the use of single-use plastic bags. Ed Schultz, State Sen. Alex Padilla and Dr. Reese Halter discuss.
In Trenders, new details emerge on the secret service security breach, while Paul Ryan challenges the President's ISIS plan. Ed Schultz, Dr. Peter Hotez discuss the first case of Ebola in the U.S.
Brain injuries prove to be common among NFL players, a fact the league acknowledged earlier this year, raising new questions about the relationship between aggressive behavior and head trauma. Ed Schultz and Dr. Julian Bailes discuss.
The British Parliament approves airstrikes against ISIS while Speaker John Boehner punts a Congressional vote to 2015. Ed Schultz, Rep. John Garamendi and former Rep. Patrick Murphy discuss.
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