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.
Major Supreme Court Rulings, GOP Primary SurpriseChanges in Iraq, Obama's Frustration, and Hobby LobbyU.S. considers Iraq options; Benghazi suspect captured; ObamHard Choices and Iraq InvolvementIraq in turmoil again, House Republican shocker, and BergdahVA solution, Putin meets Obama, and Hillary’s 'Hard Choices'Bergdahl Backlash and Mississippi & Iowa PoliticsThe Impact of Press Secretary Jay Carney’s DepartureObama at a CrossroadsWebcast Extra: NSA Practices and Same-Sex MarriagePressure on Shinseki, Cyber Spying Tensions, Primary ReviewVa Hospital Probe, Immigration Reform, Midterm PoliticsWebcast Extra: Upcoming Primaries and Transgender TroopsWebcast: Benghazi Investigations and Climate ChangeNigerian Girls, Obama's Climate Change Push, Primaries RecapWebcast Extra: Privacy & Secrecy and 2014 Election RunoffsNew Job Numbers, Ukraine Crisis, Obama's Foreign PolicyObama in Asia, SCOTUS on Affirmative ActionWebcast Extra: Ukraine standoff & Sotomayor's strong dissentObama's Asia Pivot, Rand Paul's GOP RiseUkraine Crisis, Defending Obamacare, Campaign Fundraising
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