Chuck shows new polling that indicates a third President Bush and second President Clinton is possible.
Former U.N. Ambassador Bill Richardson tells Larry that he doesn't think that Hillary Clinton supporting the strike on Syria, hurts her chances in the 2016 Presidential election.
A viewer asks Candy Crowley when she thinks Hillary Clinton will announce her bid for presidency. The CNN anchor surprisingly replies that she thinks Clinton may not run at all.
Ellen asked President Clinton about the possibility of his wife running for President! See what he said.
LABOR DAY dramatically reveals the largely unknown story of how one union, thousands of activists, and a commitment to change turned Election Day into Labor Day.
LABOR DAY relives the passion and excitement of this moment in American history with vibrant, cross-country footage from the Presidential campaign conventions, concerts, rallies, speeches, door-to-door canvassing, and interviews with union members and prominent politicians about their hopes for a better future. The film features a Who's Who in American politics, journalism and entertainment, including clips from the 2008 campaign with Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Joe Biden, Ted Kennedy, John McCain, and Sarah Palin; interviews with prominent journalists, including Jon Alter (Newsweek), Karen Tumulty (Time), and Ted Koppel, as well as with political figures Gov. Bill Richardson, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, and Rep. George Miller. The film also features appearances and interviews with entertainment figures Mos Def, Tom Morello, Steve Earle, Allison Moorer, and hip hop phenoms Atmosphere and The Pharcyde.
Seth Meyers' monologue from Monday, June 9. Part 1 of 2.
In 1953, the ascent of Everest remained the last of earth’s great challenges. Standing at over 29,000ft, the world’s highest mountain posed a fearsome challenge and had already claimed thirteen lives in previous expeditions.
Faced with treacherous winds, sub-zero temperatures and battling altitude sickness, Edmund Hillary, a modest bee-keeper and keen mountaineer from Auckland, New Zealand, and the very experienced Sherpa, Tenzing Norgay, of Nepal,finally achieved the impossible and became the first men to stand atop Everest. It was an event that stunned the world and defined an era.
Hillary and Tenzing carried the hopes and dreams of the United Kingdom, New Zealand, the people of the Himalayas and the entire British Empire on their shoulders. As the world slowly recovered from the horrors of World War II their efforts allowed people everywhere to believe a new age was dawning.
For the first time, and with the support of the Hillary family, Sir Edmund’s story is brought to life on the big screen, ‘relived’ using both original footage, photographs and newsreels as well as dramatized reconstructions of the ascent in 3D.
Almost Invisible movie trailer - starring Sam Navarro, Jeremy Russell, Hillary Barnett, Sara Cole, Kevin Murphy, Daniel Mustone. Directed by David Allingham. Genre: Horror
Rating: Not Rated
NBC News political director Chuck Todd speaks with TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie about new polls illustrating how the 2016 presidential election is shaping up.
In his White House address, President Clinton won't let Hillary talk.
Sarah and Duncan describe the pressure of battling on the Voice stage, and what it was like to perform a song written by their advisor, Hillary Scott.
Media mogul Arianna Huffington talks to Larry King about the emerging trend of successful women "driving themselves into the ground," and uses herself and Hillary Clinton as examples.
Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist tells Larry King on Politicking that he still admires Jeb Bush but would support Hillary Clinton in a Presidential Race.
Republican Marsha Blackburn tells Larry King that the U.S. is ready for a woman President, but it will likely not be Hillary Clinton because she represents the status quo. And, Blackburn believes people will reject status quo candidates in 2016.
Seth decodes Hillary's memoir.
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