North Korea Blusters, Jobs & the Economy, and Political Wrap
North Korea continues its hostile rhetoric and saber-rattling prompting concerns over their nuclear capabilities. Also, do today’s job numbers signify a cooling economy? Plus, momentum for new immigration legislation and this week’s political wrap-up. Joining Gwen: David Sanger, New York Times; David Wessel, Wall Street Journal; Fawn Johnson, National Journal; Amy Walter, Cook Political Report.
Female swing-voters,two senators star in “Rival Survival” &Obama's Strategy to Combat ISIS and Immigration Reform DelayBob McDonnell's fall from grace, ISIL social media and immigNATO Summit & U.S. Strategy to Combat ISIL and Contain UkraiWhy Americans Hate Politics; Immigration PoliticsIslamic State; Russia-Ukraine crisis; Fleeing TaxesISIL Executes Foley; Holder in Ferguson; Perry IndictedRick Perry's Indictment and Government WatchdogsMissouri Teen Shooting, Upheaval in Iraq, Obama-Hillary RelaU.S. Begins Airstrikes in Iraq, Kerry Visits Afghanistan andCongress: Action & Inaction; Israel-Gaza, Ukraine And U.S. DCrises in Ukraine & the Middle East and Immigration ChallengGlobal Flashpoints and U.S. Foreign Policy DilemmaImmigration Crisis, Middle East Tensions, U.S.-Germany SpyinMajor Supreme Court Rulings, GOP Primary SurpriseU.S. considers Iraq options; Benghazi suspect captured; ObamIraq in turmoil again, House Republican shocker, and BergdahBergdahl Backlash and Mississippi & Iowa PoliticsThe Impact of Press Secretary Jay Carney’s DepartureObama at a CrossroadsPressure on Shinseki, Cyber Spying Tensions, Primary Review
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